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  • Posted November 21, 2009

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    Unique...

    I love that the Marla Mason books are so origional, as Pratt does a really good job at melding the urban and fantasy genres. I really loved the first two books, but I admit that I am not so sure about this one. I think the characters may be stagnating in their sarcasm a bit, and I would like to see a bit more complexity in the next book (which, incidentally, I am definitely still going to read because the story in this one was great)!

    If you like the characters and the writing style, I think you will enjoy the Anita Blake series by Laurell K. Hamilton!

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  • Posted November 23, 2008

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    Truly Unique Story

    I loved this book. In this installment Marla dances w/ Walking Death literally. Death is looking for an artifact that Marla is in possession of. Instead of killing her he banishes her from her own city until she is ready to hand it over. Instead of crawling back and giving up the goods Marla sets out to give Walking Death a taste of his own medicine by taking over the underworld. Things don't go quite as planned and Marla's past demons get in her way literally. This book had it all. Necromancers, beings from the underworld, mummies, seers, ghosts and a whole lot of magic. I highly recommend this book and the rest of the series.<BR/><BR/>My favorite authors and books are Kim Harrison-Rachel Morgan series, Jenna Black-Morgan Kingsley series what an innovative concept, Ilona Andrews- Kate Daniels series this character is tough tough tough, Caitlin Kittredge- love her Noctune City series, Rachel Caine- Weather Warden series, Larissa Ione- Demonica series, Richelle Mead- Georgina Kinkaid series and Dark Swan Series, Audra and Stella Price- Eververse series, Yasmine Galenorn- Sisters of the Moon series, Vicki Pettersson- Zodiac series; Jackie Keller- Hell on Earth series, Mark Henry- Happy Hour of the Damned; Patricia Briggs- Mercy Thompson series and Alpha and Omega series; Jocelyn Drake- Dark Days series; Angie Fox- Accidental Demon Slayer

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 21, 2008

    a madcap maniacal fantasy

    The chief guardian sorceress of the large East Coast city Felport Marla Mason is looking forward to the upcoming Founders¿ Ball after barely surviving the attempts on her life by a mercenary psychic assassin (see POISON SLEEP). However, a hunk arrives in town with two dangerous followers reanimated John Wilkes Booth and a psycho necromancer. The newcomer, with sexy looks to die for, insists he is Walking Death, chief of the underworld. He orders Marla to give him the magical dagger that signifies her position as the chief guardian. She tells him to go to Hell. Fuming with fiery brimstone, Walking Death sends Marla to the underground. --------------- As he enjoys dispatching people to his home, Walking Death fails again to understand the inner strength of Marla. She finds a few unreliable maniacs and brings war to Hell.-------------- The third Marla Mason wild sorcery thriller (see BLOOD ENGINES) is a madcap maniacal fantasy that from the opening visit by the deadly sex machine Walking Death until the final macabre dance never slows down. The support cast is over the top of Felport or under the ooze of Hell as nothing not even death is sacred. Fantasy fans who appreciate something well written but different will want to read the marvelous Marla Mason tales as they are insanely humorous fun.------------- Harriet Klausner

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