The Final Days of Magic

The Final Days of Magic

by J. D. Horn

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The war between witches reaches its terrifying climax in the final book in Wall Street Journal bestselling author J.D. Horn’s spellbinding trilogy.

Once caged in an illusory realm by blood relatives, Alice Marin has been freed into a world where the last remnants of magic are quickly passing away. Dissolving with them is the unity among witches…and their sanity. Grappling with the revelations of her true parentage—and her burgeoning relationship with Nathalie Boudreau, a psychic with her own demons—Alice and her allies, both living and dead, must draw on every skill they possess. It’s the only way to defeat the destructive forces borne of the horrifying history of Alice’s own family. That means unlocking the final secrets of The Book of Unwinding.

Now, on the longest night of the year, the streets of New Orleans will become a battleground as Alice and the few she can trust engage in a war amid the final days of magic. But the revelations that lie ahead may be too dark to escape.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781542040136
Publisher: Amazon Publishing
Publication date: 06/18/2019
Series: Witches of New Orleans Series , #3
Pages: 364
Sales rank: 810,650
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

J.D. Horn is the Wall Street Journal bestselling author of the Witching Savannah series. A world traveler and student of French and Russian literature, Horn also has an MBA in international business and formerly held a career as a financial analyst before turning his talent to crafting chilling stories and unforgettable characters. His novels have received global attention and have been translated into more than half a dozen languages. Originally from Tennessee, he currently lives in California with his spouse, Rich. Visit

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The Final Days of Magic 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Emilio Alaniz 24 days ago
As a thank, you to Netgalley and the publisher for providing me with an advanced readers copy I shall give an honest review of J.D. Horn’s last installment in the Witches of New Orleans series “The Final Days of Magic.” After following J.D Horn’s writing for nearly a year and a half I can honestly say this finale was worth the wait. Following the events that occurred in part two ( The Book of the unwinding) Alice Marin, and her family of Witches had a score to settle and in this series finale do we see what it has been leading to. The novel acted as a companion to its predecessors acknowledging areas of foreshadowing as well as areas filled with potential for more. As you enter this novel are you greeted with a list of characters and their various associations within this world. This was something I appreciated for there were many characters both lead and supporting. This often does not occur and is worth mentioning. The world of Magic and Witchcraft that J.D. Horn has created is something I have immensely enjoyed in these novels and is an aspect I looked forward to learning more about as each novel progressed. It is this type of world-building that captured my imagination and importantly my attention. This trilogy offered inclusiveness and made unlikely characters heroes albeit if redemption was their choice. This novel is one that should be read and re-read for I feel there may be an opportunity to return to these characters but alas is simply a fan wanting more. Perhaps it is best to be left where we are and know we can return to this set featuring a family of Witches in New Orleans once again.. Overall I highly recommend this and cannot limit my praise for this novel and important series. On Goodreads, I gave this novel four out of five stars.
Anonymous 6 months ago
Disclaimer: I received an advance copy of this book via NetGalley. I don't normally dive into a series without reading any of the previous books, but I did with this one. Having read the Witching Savannah series (in full) previously, I was already familiar with the author, and jumped into this book without thinking. Not a good idea. I had no context or background for the Witches of New Orleans, the series that this book is tied to. This being the third book in the series...well at lot probably happened in the first two that explained the mess of confusion in this last book. The overall impression I had was that this book was tying up a lot of loose ends, that a lot of tumultuous events had happened in the first two books that resulted in difficulties for the main characters, and that there was a depth to the "history" built into this book that I was just barely able to experience. However, not having read the previous books, I felt like an outsider looking in. I was barely able to keep up with the characters and events because I just didn't have the background knowledge to do so. The writing, as in the Witching Savannah series, was good and did not detract from the story. The book moved at a pretty good pace. I think at some point I'll just have to read the first two books to fully comprehend everything.
SevenAcreBooks 6 months ago
Beautifully written and full of intrigue and suspense, The Final Days of Magic draws you into a magical world. Absolutely captivating and thrilling, I couldn't wait to see how this amazing book ended. Thank you to Netgalley and the Publisher for the opportunity to read and review this title. All opinions and mistakes are my own.
besu 7 months ago
This is book three of a trilogy. I had not read books one and two so I was totally lost in this third book. It does not work as a stand alone. I liked it but so much happened in the first two books that I couldn’t piece everything together. I think I could have liked this if I’d read the other books. However, there was so much killing of witches and family members, I did not connect with any of the characters in the story. All in all, most of the characters were ruthless and unlikeable so I didn’t really care if they were killed off. Maybe if I’d read the other two, I’d have liked this more but I didn’t. Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for giving me an ARC in exchange for a fair and honest review. All opinions expressed are my own.
lee2staes 7 months ago
I never have been a big fan of books about witches and magic. However this one sounded interesting and the setting is in my home town so I decided to give it a try. I’m sorry to say, I did not enjoy this book. In fact I could not finish it.. it’s just not the type of book I enjoy reading. Thank you Netgalley for the opportunity to try this book in exchange for an honest review.
ShelleyWalton_123 8 months ago
I absolutely loved J.D. Horn's the Witching Savannah Trilogy and was excited to discover the Witches of New Orleans trilogy a month ago. I raced through the first two books, hopped onto Amazon and nearly cried when I saw that the third one had not been published yet. I was beside myself with happiness when I discovered The Final Days of Magic on Netgalley. This novel concludes the story of the Marin, Perrault and the various witches in New Orleans. Magic has been waning and each faction has attempted to retain the remaining magic for themselves. The story weaves a fascinating tale of magic intertwined with voodoo, Egyptian gods , Greek gods, the 7 stars of Orion as well as an in-depth history of New Orleans. These are not your usual fluffy, witchy books , the characters were complicated , the plot unique and the research awe-inspiring. It was a pleasure to read a supernatural trilogy written for adults that did not involve the tiresome love triangle, it is a battle to find trilogies like this that aren't YA and also not Paranormal Romances. Many many thanks to #Netgalley and #47North for the advanced copy of #TheFinalDaysOfMagic in exchange for my honest review.