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FREE EBOOK Õ EPUB Industrial Magic ë 9780553590166 ↠ KELLEY ARMSTRONG ô ❰PDF / Epub❯ ☉ Industrial Magic Author Kelley Armstrong – Eyltransferservices.co.uk Meet the smart sexy — supernatural — women of the otherworld This is not your mother’s coven Kelley AErful than the Cortez Cabal a faction Paige is intimately acuainted with Lucas Cortez the rebel son and unwilling heir is none other than her boyfriend But love isn’t blind and Paige has her eyes wide open as she is drawn into a hunt for an unnatural born killer Pitted against shamans demons and goons it’s a battle chilling enough to make a wild young woman grow up in a hurry If she gets the chanc Industrial Magic is without a doubt the weakest in the series so far The writing story telling and world building are excellent What is not excellent however is Paige Winterbourne While she wasn't the smartest despite what she thought or the most likeable in Dime Store Magic there was a lot going on to distract the reader from her Plus Savannah was a welcome break as was getting to know Lucas Cortez Unfortunately Savannah is largely absent from this novel And as for Lucas I've learned all I need to know about him Paige despite complaining about the Coven witches is like them than she knows Old fashioned judgmental and convinced of her own superiority Paige spent much of this novel on her soapbox Her character would be slightly likeable if she ever failed or was seen as an unlikable person through the eyes of another character But unfortunately Paige met and succeeded at every challenge Despite being a mere twenty three years old she had the knowledge and the wisdom to hunt down a serial killer Ugh If this entire series featured Paige or Lucas I would drop it in a hot minute Since it does not I am happily going on to the next book and will simply have to bear it when they appear in the future But any books with either of them as a main character and I will likely skip them altogether

EPUB Ç Industrial Magic ó Kelley Armstrong

He elite ultraconservative American Coven of Witches Now her goal is to start a new Coven for a new generation But while Paige pitches her vision to uptight thirty something witches in business suits a urgent matter commands her attention Someone is murdering the teenage offspring of the underworld’s most influential Cabals a circle of families that makes the mob look like amateurs And none is pow Industrial Magic is the fourth book in Kelley Armstrong’s Women of the Otherworld series and it’s easily my favourite thus far All the books have been enjoyable each book seems to reach a new high and I can only imagine what I will feel as I continue to work my way through this series In all honesty I’m annoyed it’s taking me so long to work my way through them I’m so close to buying all the other books in the series and binge reading them across a week such is my level of love for the world Kelley Armstrong has created I was a bit unsure about Paige and Lucas in Dime Store Magic but I came to really love them by the end of the book Thus I was super excited to jump into Industrial Magic I was somewhat nervous as I’ve read a number of reviews where people have labelled this the weakest book in the series but I adored it It opened up so many new elements of the world and there were so many scenes that pulled at my heartstrings It was a uite different read to the prior books but that only made me enjoy it In all honesty I’m now heartbroken that we’ll be moving on from Paige and Lucas in the next book I was disappointed when book three changed our characters to the duo but now I want to stay with them for longer I want to see what happens in their world I never anticipated falling so in love with the characters but the events that took place throughout this story earned them a spot right up there alongside my other favourite characters I’m positive I’ll love the future point of views but books three and four will certainly hold a high spot for me throughout the rest of the seriesWhat I really loved about this one is how it has opened up so many possibilities for the world going forward The characters we are introduce to and the events that unfold promise many great things in the future books Not to mention they were a lot of fun throughout this book The new characters make for extremely interesting reads giving us plenty of drama throughout the story The events whilst slow at times leave us on the edge of our seats regarding how everything comes together I’m a big fan of Kelley Armstrong and throughout this story demonstrated why I’m such a big fanOverall it was a wonderful read I cannot wait to read the next book in the Women of the Otherworld series and find out where everything goes from here

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Industrial MagicMeet the smart sexy supernatural women of the otherworld This is not your mother’s coven Kelley Armstrong returns with the eagerly awaited follow up to Dime Store Magic Paige Winterbourne a headstrong young woman haunted by a dark legacy is now put to the ultimate test as she fights to save innocents from the most insidious evil of all In the aftermath of her mother’s murder Paige broke with t Dual Review Dime Store Magic Industrial MagicIt took me a loooooong time to get around to continuing this series with Dime Store Magic I loved Bitten and Stolen but found myself a little bitter that the series would start following different characters from there I think my overall sentiment was “well if continuing is going to feel like starting a new series it doesn’t matter when I read them salty reader party of one” For the most part that was true The story in books 34 focuses on Paige and her involvement in the witch and sorcerer communities Elena’s story is a footnote and werewolves take a backseat to other supernatural beings It does tie back to Stolen but in a spin off kind of wayI’m not going to lie – I didn’t hate itI think I can see what Armstrong is trying to do with the series and think nowadays I’m in the mood to appreciate a series that takes a little longer to get to the payoff What it has going for it are interesting and sassy female characters I think Paige is one of the most relatable uf leads I’ve come across even if she is a little typical good mysteries romance and writing that you can really lose yourself in The story components weren’t earth shattering but I absolutely love where I think it’s going and look forward to seeing through some potential plot pointsDime Store Magic offered a good Kate DanielsJulie relationship between Paige and Savannah and had a lot of excellent witchy moments by witchy I mean supernatural spell casting and other creepy shit It also had a decently organic romance which I always appreciate I finished this book feeling genuinely excited to see where the story went next I even picked up Industrial Magic within a couple weeks a turnaround that’s pretty unheard of with me Side note I realize this was probably written before the KD series but as I’m a super fan of that one now everything must be compared ;PIndustrial Magic was less about Paige’s relationships and about the politics and dynamics within the witch and sorcerer communities with a dash of necromancer and vampire It expanded the plot sufficiently for me even though the story went in a different direction than I was expecting It was much inclusive of other supernatural groups which made the whole world feel robust and well developed The further I read the I appreciate how Armstrong is writing this seriesOverall comparing books 34 to 12 is like apples to oranges They’re still fruit sitting together in the same basket but the sampling experience is vastly different Elena’s story was carnal and sensory whereas I would call Paige’s thoughtful and conceptual Armstrong did a great job adapting her storytelling to both of these uniue POVs but I can see how such a drastic change caused a lot of readers to complain of a uality decline They say the apples aren’t as good; I say that’s because you bit into an orange when you were expecting an appleRecommendations I personally think there’s than one type of urban fantasy and books 34 strike a very different note than books 12 as discussed above As someone who likes most types I’d recommend both as long as you’re prepared for the change These haven’t landed at the top of my uf list yet but they’re making a very compelling and entertaining case Via The Obsessive Bookseller at wwwNikiHawkescom Other books you might like