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The arrival of an unusual bag of jewellery heralds an alarming increase in frightening events, dragging Inayat and her friends into the magical web spun by her adversary. He wants something Inayat has and he's prepared to take her spirit if she resists.
Inayat has only dabbled in magic before, but now she must learn fast or lose for all eternity. She's got plenty of fight in her, but is it enough, or will she succumb to the hatred of a man who just can't lose?
Loads of fun, really creepy in parts and full of magic and danger.
Set in Leeds, it includes references to actual magical practices and Yorkshire's thriving magic sub-culture.
A great, fast-paced read. Can't wait for the sequel.
An exciting, fast moving adventure to introduce a reluctant heroine and her associates. An enjoyable read and I look forward to seeing how this character develops in future novels.
A thoroughly enjoyable, fast paced urban fantasy with a likeable main character and an intriguing villain. An interesting mix of demons and magic set in modern day Northern England. I am intrigued to see where the series goes from here.
An edge of the seat gripping, occult mystery, a real page turner!!! I couldn't put my kindle down until I reached the earth shattering conclusion!!
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Xiao Xiao dreams an ominous dream of a terrible creature, the Nian. She realises that if dragons exist, much more frightening creatures of folklore must also.
Enter a world of fantasy and magic and recipes set in Qing China. What happens when Xiao Xiao, a daughter of an Imperial Courtesan, finds a magical green pearl in the hands of her adoptive little sister?
Kate knows what she saw on the satellite footage: the burnt out remains of a town. But she was drunk, the evidence is gone and nobody believes it was ever there.
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