The Last Mage

The Last Mage Your next urban fantasy series for adults Get ready to devour these suspenseful supernatural chronicles I do hope it won t be the last time we speak dear readers for this could be a mage s greatest

  • Title: The Last Mage
  • Author: Ilana Waters
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 485
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Your next urban fantasy series for adults Get ready to devour these suspenseful supernatural chronicles I do hope it won t be the last time we speak, dear readers, for this could be a mage s greatest battle yet Even if I do survive it in some form, the Joshua you know may be gone forever When a demon takes over your body, there s nowhere you can run The good news isYour next urban fantasy series for adults Get ready to devour these suspenseful supernatural chronicles I do hope it won t be the last time we speak, dear readers, for this could be a mage s greatest battle yet Even if I do survive it in some form, the Joshua you know may be gone forever When a demon takes over your body, there s nowhere you can run The good news is that Joshua and company defeated a 2,000 year old vampire who sought to rule the human race The bad news The demon the vampire wanted to call up is already here and it s inside Joshua If he and his allies don t rid the world of this scourge, it will cause horror and suffering than their previous foes combined Unfortunately, the only apparent solution is as brutal as it is simple Kill Joshua, of course Sink your teeth into a new vampire series for adults one with a dash of horror and demon possession Pick up a copy of THE LAST MAGE today

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    1. Even though this third book in the series was as well written as the first two, I didn't care for it as much. I liked the characters and most of the plot line but this one was darker and I could have done without the stuff about the kids.For Those Who Want To Know: This one has language and some fairly graphic violence (including SA).

    2. Amazing finish to a great story. Ready for the next part. Love the characters and hope there's more of them in the future

    3. After reading the other books in the series, I was looking forward to seeing where the fun hero would land next, and it ended up with him in more trouble than before.One thing I enjoy about this series is the character development. Joshua comes a long way in many aspects, bringing him far past the whiny young man with huge parental issues. And it's not just him. The other characters have also adjusted, willingly or unwillingly, as he takes on a stronger role. It's nice to grow with a character a [...]

    4. Not a fan at all. The series was flat, predictable, and somewhat boring. The "final" confrontation in this book had absolutely no sense of danger or terror, which I have to imagine was what the author wanted to parlay. The "solution" was staring the reader in the face from about 20% of the way into the book. Even for YA fantasy this was a weak effort, and the complete lack of effort devoted to characterization or continuity of character (looking at you dad) was laughable. Instead of a build to t [...]

    5. Gets better and better!I read through all 3 books in one weekend and I must say the writing gets better with each one. It shows growth in main character, and touched on some self esteem/family expectation issues. Overall a good YA series.

    6. The Last MageWhat a really good ending for this tale. I found it refreshing and enthralling , how one can overcome extreme odds and end up with a comfortable ending.

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