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Free Fall (Retrievers Series #5)

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    For Fans of fantasy and romantic fantasy

    In the twenty-first century, magic is not used by reciting spells, but by being able to channel current through their bodies. These adepts are called Talents and the non-human members of the Cosa Nostradamus are named Fatae. The Silence is a top secret private organization that protects the innocent from t abuses, but has become corrupted and believes the Talent and the Fatae must be eradicated.---------- Retriever Wren Valerie obtains objects for clients. She is separated from her lover Sergei the Null who can not channel current, but is addicted to it. If they make love and her current goes out of control, Sergei will die. He forgives her for their separation and hopes they can find a way back together. Meanwhile he uses his contacts inside the Silence to gather information for the upcoming confrontation with the magic users. Wren is in underground place for a meeting but it is really a trap and she is almost raped and killed by vigilante Nulls who label her as ¿it¿. However she kills them instead and is determined to breach the fortress of the Silence in order to retrieve kidnapped children with Talent being brainwashed for use in some Silence operations. Sergei and Wren¿s live-in cuddly demon P.J. plan to keep her safe as the three know something is not right with Wren.--------------- This latest Retriever novel is one of the best tales in an exhilarating series due in part to the separation between Wren and Sergei. Readers see both sides prepare for the upcoming final battle with the current channel practitioners coming together to protect Magical Manhattan. Fans of fantasy and romantic fantasy will appreciate Laura Anne Gilman¿s superb FREE FALL.---------- Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted March 22, 2012

    Good Read

    Interesting and fast moving. A little repetitious if you've read the other books in ghe series. It would be nice to finally com to resolution.

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  • Posted May 26, 2009

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    She keeps doing it!

    Every time I get to the end of one of Wren's stories and think, "Well, that's got to be it. There's no way Laura will come up with any more adventures this good," I am proved completely WRONG! This was a fantastic novel, and it might even be my favorite of the series...of course, I haven't read "Blood From Stone" yet, but that's next! Oh, this book was so good! Wren kicks major magic butt! If you love these and are bummed that "Blood From Stone" will be the last one for awhile, try Kristina Marrick. Her latest book, "The Feminist Avenger," (with a female main charcter named Ven - how about that!?) will be out next month!

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