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Book Title: The Asylum Interviews: Bronx|
The author of the book: Jocelynn Drake
Date of issue: July 3rd 2012
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Format files: PDF
The size of the: 857 KB
Edition: Harper Voyager
Read full description of the books The Asylum Interviews: Bronx:5 stars for a novella...from a new-to-me author and series? Crazy, right?
What an interesting start to a new series. Magical tattoos, interesting mix of characters, and even with this being so short, there was nothing missing with any of the characters. Certainly some backstory, but I wouldn't expect everyone's deep, dark secrets to be revealed in a prequel of all things. Save that stuff for the books.
Speaking of the characters, I really like that this was narrated from a man's POV. Gage, the main character, is a former warlock in training who seems to have run into some trouble and is now under the warlock equivalent of house arrest. He is limited with how and when he can use magic, and in the few scuffles he finds himself in, the forbidden spells would have really come in handy.
We do get a short glimpse of some of Gage's friends. Jill is one of his longtime friends, who happens to be dating one of his best friends, Parker the incubus. We didn't get much story pertaining to Jill, but I'm sure more will be revealed about all the characters in the full length series books, which I fully intend to read. I also really liked Gage's new tattoo assistant that he hired - Bronx, the troll. A tattooing troll? Love it. There's also another "interesting" group - the Vestal Virgins. They aren't nearly as innocent as they sound, and I hope to see them in future books.
Read information about the authorA former Cincinnati native, Jocelynn briefly lived in the wintery wonderland of Wisconsin before mounds of snow had her running for the sun-kissed beaches of South Florida. She started writing when she was 12, spending one summer re-writing the story of Robin Hood because it really needed a kick butt female character. Since those early days, she’s written fantasy, romance, horror, science-fiction, and just about everything in between. It’s all about creating a great story.
When not writing, she can been found with her nose buried in a good book, fulfilling the role of evil Dungeon Master for her D&D group, traveling to interesting locations, or relaxing with family and friends.
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