Hands of Flame

Hands of Flame

by C. E. Murphy
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Ruby_Slippers More than 1 year ago
This trilogy (which might end up being more than a trilogy, knowing Murphy and her heavy delving into new and fascinating worlds) ended with a bang with the book "Hands of Flame." I was extrememly impressed and loved it very much. By this book you are so emotionally involved with the characters it just about kills you trying to get to the end. All conflicts come to a head, and we see who the true good guys and bad guys are. (Some might surprise you!) Also, we finally get to find out what the deal with Grace is. (I don't know about you, but that had been bugging all through the first two books!) An excellent book all around, and an excellent end to an amazing trilogy! Highly recommended!
dalnewt More than 1 year ago
This book is a terrific ending to "Heart of Stone and "House of Cards." Hopefully, it won't be the last book written about Margrit, Alban and the Old Races; but, even if it is the series' finale, this trilogy will continue to resonate as a completely engaging and satisfying urban fantasy. The plot of this book is even faster paced and more imaginative than "House of Cards" and "Heart of Stone." There's more emotional investment in and by the characters and several surprising twists occur. There's plenty of action, and the tension mounts throughout the story which resolves in an unexpected and explosive way. Margrit has to deal with a gargoyle trial against Alban, a vengeful dragon divested of his criminal empire, a double-dealing vampire and a war among the selkies, the djinn and human criminals. Further, her friend Cole can't accept Alban, and her friends and family are endangered. I recommend this book, (along with the first two in the trilogy), to anyone who reads supernatural urban fiction. It's a wonderful read.
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