A Pocket Full of Spells

A Pocket Full of Spells

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by Ash Stirling
     
 

When a suburban warlock juices his gang up on a cocktail of drugs and magic there is an explosion out on the streets. Rival gangs can't compete and the police, corrupt and inefficient, have better things to do. The power brokers who control The City pay them little attention, the events out in the 'burbs of little threat to them.

Only crazies of the type of…  See more details below

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When a suburban warlock juices his gang up on a cocktail of drugs and magic there is an explosion out on the streets. Rival gangs can't compete and the police, corrupt and inefficient, have better things to do. The power brokers who control The City pay them little attention, the events out in the 'burbs of little threat to them.

Only crazies of the type of Braeden Wolf are willing to do what needs to be done. With wires in his vein, fire in his blood and a gun in hand, he will need all of his street smarts to survive against fearless killing machines that just won't die.

For once he is not alone. A stranger, crazy even in a city full of crazies, is there to confront the warlock as well. A crazy who brings a sword to a gun fight....

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781612580135
Publisher:
LazyDay Publishing
Publication date:
11/30/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
496 KB

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A Pocket Full of Spells 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Karen_McCormack More than 1 year ago
A Pocket Full of Spells was a great intro to a promising new series. Ash Stirling combines some of my favorite paranormal elements into his Cyber-punk world. Our "hero" Braeden Wolf is just cool. I love that he's confident without being arrogant, yet doesn't take himself too seriously. His snark and quick come-backs were great. The fight scenes were awesome and full of action. Braeden also has a habit of giving nick-names to the people he meets, which I got a kick out of (I have a nick-name addiction). This brings me to some of the secondary characters/ sidekicks. I'm a big fan and to me they can make or break a book. These characters were great. Isaiah, Raven/Blue, Haphazard, Zoe and the hybrid zombies are interesting and fun. I would definitely like to read about them again and see what else they have to offer.