Uncanny Collateral

Uncanny Collateral

by Brian McClellan

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Alek Fitz is a reaper, a collection agent who works for the supernatural elements of the world, tracking down debtors and solving problems for clients as diverse as the Lords of Hell, vampires, Haitian loa, and goblins. He's even worked for the Tooth Fairy on occasion. Based out of Cleveland, Ohio, Alek is the best in the game. As a literal slave to his job, he doesn't have a choice.

When Death comes looking for someone to track down a thief, Alek is flung into a mess of vengeful undead, supernatural bureaucracy, and a fledgling imp war. As the consequences of failure become dire, he has few leads, and the clock is ticking. Only with the help of his friend Maggie—an ancient djinn with a complex past—can he hope to recover the stolen property, save the world, and just maybe wring a favor out of the Great Constant himself.

It's a hell of a job, but somebody's got to do it . . .

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161256411
Publisher: Brian McClellan
Publication date: 04/02/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 24,897
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Brian McClellan is an avid reader of fantasy and graduate of Orson Scott Card's Literary Bookcamp. When he is not writing, he loves baking, making jam from fruit grown in northeast OH, and playing video games. He currently lives in Cleveland, Ohio with his wife. Find out more about Brian McClellan at brianmcclellan.com.

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Good read! I've read Mr. McClellan's Powder Mage series and really enjoyed every one of those so I thought I would give this urban fantasy book a try. It didn't disappoint. The main character (Alek) was the right mix of bad-ass and vulnerable. The book was shorter than most but still managed to give you a good sense of who the main characters were and gave you just enough information about the world around them to picture those character there. If you are looking for a quick-read urban fantasy with great characters, lots of action that will draw you in quickly and leave you looking forward to the next story with Alek and Maggie, then this is the book for you.