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Host (Rogue Mage Series #3)
     

Host (Rogue Mage Series #3)

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by Faith Hunter
 

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In a post-apocalyptic ice age, neomage Thorn St. Croix was nearly driven insane by her powers. She lived as a fugitive, disguised as a human, channeling her gifts for war into stone-magery. When she was discovered, her friends and neighbors accepted her, but warily. Not so the mage who arrives from the Council of Seraphs, who could be her greatest ally?or her most

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Host (Rogue Mage Series #3) 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 63 reviews.
Anna_B More than 1 year ago
I love this series! Defintley a change from the usual Vampire, Witch, Sidhe subject stories. Has similar plot line of "woman who keeps discovering she is more powerful than she thought". I liked that it kept me focused on little details of the story to be able to follow and understand the plot.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The most recent in the Thorn series but hopefully not the last. I loved every minute of this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good luck!
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With each and every book by Faith Hunter, I become more and more chained to the worlds she creates. I am bound to Thorne and her friends with no desire to free myself.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really good read, well written. I loved it.
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ameliapei More than 1 year ago
The story was fun, and I really liked the characters. I wanted to love this series, but the author wouldn't let me. The repetitive phrases were not only annoying due to repetition, but the sheer cheesiness and crappy cliche's they were comprised of would have annoyed on their own! "Fly by the seat of my pants" was one she seemed overly attached to for this book. "Habiel's pearly toes" and "Ducky"/"just ducky" made it back (much to my dismay) for book three. "Whitless titter" was only relieved occasionally by "Hysterical titter"...always in the back of Thorn's throat. Really? Once, maybe twice, but over and over an over again?...*sigh* "Blooey" was the favorite word. We get it, mages can explode, give it a rest already! I hate it when authors belabor a point. When I start to notice and feel offended, like she much think I'm a complete idiot that she has to beat it into my head THAT many times in order for me to not miss her oh so important detail that mages blow up, or seraphs and mages can't be around each other without going into some weird mindless mating rut. GOT IT! Seriously. I had that after the first book, no need to beat me about the head and ears for another 600 pages! And, the constant self deprecating crap dribbling out of Thorn's mouth (main character) got really old by book three. Had she been a real person I would have given her a good slap and told her to get hold of herself! Plus, the ending sucked and there should have been some kind of epilogue. Oh...and there was NOTHING resolved about Seraphs. So, If you're reading on, like me, to find out...save yourself the trouble. She never tells you and the writing just gets more annoying with every page.
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REBECCA Elkins More than 1 year ago
I enjoy Mercy's strength and tenacity despite her inferiorty... good readl
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