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[ Pdf Magic In the Blood (Allie Beckstrom, #2) Í sewing PDF ] by Devon Monk ☆ OK I m in This second book in the Allie Beckstrom series has solidified my investment in these stories, and I know I am definitely going to keep reading If you haven t read book one, you need to start there, and be warned, there are spoilers for that book ahead.
We begin with the premise from that surprising revelation at the end of Magic To the Bone Allie remembers nothing from the events of that book I suppose that could be annoying to some readers, but for me, I feel like that device gives us some real insight This is primarily in how the characters react to information we know that Allie doesn t And it shows us a lot about Allie s instincts and how she reacts when she has a blank slate to people and events we have seen before.
My big draw continues to be the series love interest, Zayvion I think his caref 3.
5 A freaky ending, an interesting magic system, and mysterious societies lurking on the fringe have convinced me to read the third book But, I have my reservations It s hard to pin down how I feel about Ms Beckstrom I don t dislike her, but I m not particularly attached to her either Combine that with paragraph after paragraph of tedious detail and this isn t a series I m excited about I can t tell you how tired I am of reading the same phrasing to describe Allie s magic I got it the first time Though I very much appreciate magic s taxation on the user, I feel there must be some way to make the repercussions clear without wading through a frequent laundry list of symptoms Also, how many times did I have to read about the girl showering I don t need to to soap up with her every darn time The suspense aspect was good, but it s damaged by Allie s stubborn attitude and her tend I complain sometimes about urban fantasy heroines who keep racking upandimprobable powers over the course of a series, eventually becoming such spectacular demigoddesses that it would take a small army to give them so much as a black eye.
That s one problem Allie Beckstrom doesn t have I m beginning to think Allie needspowers to deal with everything Devon Monk is throwing at her Monk is great maybe a little too great at describing the agony of trekking all over Portland in the rain with a blinding migraine, and by the time I d followed Allie through this ordeal a couple of times, I found myself wishing she d start trusting Zayvion again just so he could Ground her Magic in the Blood begins as Allie is recovering from the events that took place in Magic to the Bone The reader remembers everything that happened, but as a result of a magical backlash, Allie doesn t Specifically, she doe OK I m in This second book in the Allie Beckstrom series has solidified my investment in these stories, and I know I am definitely going to keep reading If you haven t read book one, you need to start there, and be warned, there are spoilers for that book ahead.
We begin with the premise from that surprising revelation at the end of Magic To the Bone Allie remembers nothing from the events of that book I suppose that could be annoying to some readers, but for me, I feel like that device gives us some real insight This is primarily in how the characters react to information we know that Allie doesn t And it shows us a lot about Allie s instincts and how she reacts when she has a blank slate to people and events we have seen before.
My big draw continues to be the series love interest, Zayvion I think his caref 3.
5 A freaky ending, an interesting magic system, and mysterious societies lurking on the fringe have convinced me to read the third book But, I have my reservations It s hard to pin down how I feel about Ms Beckstrom I don t dislike her, but I m not particularly attached to her either Combine that with paragraph after paragraph of tedious detail and this isn t a series I m excited about I can t tell you how tired I am of reading the same phrasing to describe Allie s magic I got it the first time Though I very much appreciate magic s taxation on the user, I feel there must be some way to make the repercussions clear without wading through a frequent laundry list of symptoms Also, how many times did I have to read about the girl showering I don t need to to soap up with her every darn time The suspense aspect was good, but it s damaged by Allie s stubborn attitude and her tend I complain sometimes about urban fantasy heroines who keep racking upandimprobable powers over the course of a series, eventually becoming such spectacular demigoddesses that it would take a small army to give them so much as a black eye.
That s one problem Allie Beckstrom doesn t have I m beginning to think Allie needspowers to deal with everything Devon Monk is throwing at her Monk is great maybe a little too great at describing the agony of trekking all over Portland in the rain with a blinding migraine, and by the time I d followed Allie through this ordeal a couple of times, I found myself wishing she d start trusting Zayvion again just so he could Ground her Magic in the Blood begins as Allie is recovering from the events that took place in Magic to the Bone The reader remembers everything that happened, but as a result of a magical backlash, Allie doesn t Specifically, she doe For me, this book was frustrating to review and read, especially the first third of this book Allison, is still suffering the effects of losing 3 weeks of her memories from the events in Magic to the Bone That includes all memories of her so called love entanglement with the mysterious Zavyion Jones, who, like it or not, I don t trust How can we The story is told in the POV of Allison, and not the other characters in the book I don t even trust her fathers newest wife 6 to have her best interests at heart.
Second Allison is supposingly a power magic user and yet, she fails to protect herself when Lon Trager, kinpin of drugs and blood magic stabs a needle in her leg, and draws her blood Then demands that she show up with another hound named Pike I mean, really She also finds herself hounded by shadow people who steal her magic I me Another good one I have to stop myself after this one or I ll devour the whole series in one go and that would be bad.
In the world of this series magic has been discovered and harnessed and is sold like a utility Anyone can use it if they ve got the means to buy it or they only use it for tiny things It also demands a secondary price for itself, giving the user a fever, headache, pain, even blackouts in the aftermath of its use It s an interesting world Set in Portland, Oregon, Devon Monk s Allie Beckstrom series is similar to other kick ass female magic user series and, IMO, just as good Allie is a likable character that I root for and the love interest is swoony and frustrating like the best of UF love interests He s not the typical alpha, which is nice, although no one could ever call him beta Zayvion Jones is unique.
In thi In The Second Book In Devon Monk S Allie Beckstrom Series, When The Police S Magical Enforcement Division Asks Allie To Consult On A Missing Persons Case, She Finds Herself Drawn Into An Underworld Of Criminals, Ghosts, And Blood MagicWorking As A Hound Tracing Illegal Spells Back To Their Casters Has Taken Its Goll On Allison Beckstrom But Even Though Magic Has Given Her Migraines And Stolen Her Recent Memory, Allie Isn T About To Quit Then The Police S Magic Enforcement Division Asks Her To Consult On A Missing Persons Case But What Seems To Be A Straightforward Job Turns Out To Be Anything But, As Allie Finds Herself Drawn Into The Underworld Of Criminals, Ghosts, And Blood Magic 4.
5 Stars In this second installment to the series, the readers are given a deeper look into the world of magic, it s consequences, and the impact on life and death Allie learns to navigate the dangerous waters of dark magic or blood magic while combatting her personal demons, ghostly apparitions, and dangerous criminals Devon Monk creates a unique and fascinating world for these complex characters to navigate and thrive I truly enjoyed this read from start to finish looking forward to continuing with this exhilarating series hmmm, still really like the magic system in this Felt less complete than book 1 Guess with 7books to go you can t let the story develop too far Still will probably continue on to the next book.
This installment is terrific I loved Allie and Zay and enjoyed their many trials and tribulations I will continue reading this series.



Another good one I have to stop myself after this one or I ll devour the whole series in one go and that would be bad.
In the world of this series magic has been discovered and harnessed and is sold like a utility Anyone can use it if they ve got the means to buy it or they only use it for tiny things It also demands a secondary price for itself, giving the user a fever, headache, pain, even blackouts in the aftermath of its use It s an interesting world Set in Portland, Oregon, Devon Monk s Allie Beckstrom series is similar to other kick ass female magic user series and, IMO, just as good Allie is a likable character that I root for and the love interest is swoony and frustrating like the best of UF love interests He s not the typical alpha, which is nice, although no one could ever call him beta Zayvion Jones is unique.
In thi For me, this book was frustrating to review and read, especially the first third of this book Allison, is still suffering the effects of losing 3 weeks of her memories from the events in Magic to the Bone That includes all memories of her so called love entanglement with the mysterious Zavyion Jones, who, like it or not, I don t trust How can we The story is told in the POV of Allison, and not the other characters in the book I don t even trust her fathers newest wife 6 to have her best interests at heart.
Second Allison is supposingly a power magic user and yet, she fails to protect herself when Lon Trager, kinpin of drugs and blood magic stabs a needle in her leg, and draws her blood Then demands that she show up with another hound named Pike I mean, really She also finds herself hounded by shadow people who steal her magic I me 4.
5 Stars In this second installment to the series, the readers are given a deeper look into the world of magic, it s consequences, and the impact on life and death Allie learns to navigate the dangerous waters of dark magic or blood magic while combatting her personal demons, ghostly apparitions, and dangerous criminals Devon Monk creates a unique and fascinating world for these complex characters to navigate and thrive I truly enjoyed this read from start to finish looking forward to continuing with this exhilarating series hmmm, still really like the magic system in this Felt less complete than book 1 Guess with 7books to go you can t let the story develop too far Still will probably continue on to the next book.
This installment is terrific I loved Allie and Zay and enjoyed their many trials and tribulations I will continue reading this series.

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