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Bride of Death (Marla Mason Series #7)
     

Bride of Death (Marla Mason Series #7)

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by T. A. Pratt
 

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Marla Mason has been a mercenary, chief sorcerer and protector of a city, and an occult detective, and now she's a goddess of Death... but only part-time. She gets to spend six months a year walking the Earth as a mortal, and she's chosen to spend that time fighting monsters for fun and personal redemption. Armed with axe and dagger, with the living severed head of

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Marla Mason has been a mercenary, chief sorcerer and protector of a city, and an occult detective, and now she's a goddess of Death... but only part-time. She gets to spend six months a year walking the Earth as a mortal, and she's chosen to spend that time fighting monsters for fun and personal redemption. Armed with axe and dagger, with the living severed head of her worst enemy in a birdcage for a traveling companion, she sets out on a motorcycle on a journey of self-improvement and other-destruction.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940149108282
Publisher:
Tropism Press
Publication date:
11/06/2013
Series:
Marla Mason Series , #7
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
219,749
File size:
1 MB

Meet the Author

Hugo Award winning author Tim Pratt's books include story collections Little Gods, Hart & Boot & Other Stories, and Antiquities & Tangibles, and the novels The Strange Adventures of Rangergirl and Briarpatch.

As T.A. Pratt, he created a series of urban fantasy novels about a sorceress named Marla Mason that begins with Blood Engines and continues with Poison Sleep, Dead Reign, Spell Games, Broken Mirrors, Grim Tides, and Bride of Death. He also wrote a short prequel novel for the series called Bone Shop. You can read more about them at MarlaMason.net.

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Bride of Death 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Though i wonder how anything could be a challenge for marla now she has god powers, it was a fun book. The end sets up continuation like a boss. I hope marla leans some new stuff its always fun to see how her world is put together
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great continuation to a fun series