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Live and Let Fly

Live and Let Fly

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by Karina L. Fabian

When a dragon and a nun play secret agent, all Hel breaks loose!


When a dragon and a nun play secret agent, all Hel breaks loose!

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Live and Let Fly 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Stephanie Dagg for Readers Favorite "Live and Let Fly" is another fabulously funny paranormal story from Karina L. Fabian in the 'Vern and Sister Grace' series. Thanks to a magical mistake in the faerie realm and a nuclear accident in the human, or Mundane one, a portal has been created between the two worlds. Vern, a dragon by the way, and Sister Grace, a Faerie Catholic nun, regularly travel inter-dimensionally to save the universe when commanded to do so by their boss, the Bishop. They do so here. This particular lively tale in the popular series has a mixture of mythology and spy movies. Every chapter has some sort of reference to a spy film, so you need to stay sharp to pick up these extra touches of wit. There are thefts and kidnappings that need dealing with, and undercover Vern and Grace are helped by Charles and the interestingly named BILE (Bureau for Interdimensional Law Enforcement) to stop an evil engineer going too far. Plenty of action and entertainment. Vern is a down to earth character, cynical but very likeable, and Sister Grace is the perfect foil to him. The pair of them tackle things head on, not always very skilfully perhaps, but always bravely and acting for the best. Amidst all the wantonness are some very worthy characteristics to admire - loyalty, trust, courage and commitment. Legends are cleverly used to add an extra element to the story and the whole novel is ingenious and imaginative. Fabian’s sense of fun shines through everywhere, as does her obvious talent as an author. The book is well-constructed and presented, the characters are sharply portrayed, their interactions are always interesting, and everything together guarantees an exciting, escapist read. Thoroughly enjoyable.