Gunmetal Magic - Ilona Andrews Reviews
Description:ISBN 0425256138 / Paperback: 433 pages / Publisher: Ace Books / Published: 31 July 2012
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by - written on 14/12/12 (Very useful, 94 readings)
The Kate Daniels books belong to one of my favourite urban fantasy series. The stories are set in an alternative Atlanta where something of a magic apocalypse has taken place after mankind pushed technology to its limits. The magic comes and goes in waves, arriving without warning and leaving again just as abruptly causing such chaotic happenings as planes to fall out of the sky and cars that no longer run. It also means that some humans have rediscovered their paranormal proclivities turning the world into an even more diverse place than before. The writers, a husband and wife team known collectively as Ilona Andrews, have expanded the original series ... Read the complete review
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