Thursday, July 21, 2011

Review: Magic Bleeds by Ilona Andrews

Magic Bleeds
Kate Daniels #4
by: Ilona Andrews
$7.99 mass market paperback
Ace Books
Paranormal Fantasy
Released: June 2010

Kate's main job is liason between the Order and the Guild, but in truth she's the one always sent to do the dirty work or clean up messes the Order and the Guild left behind. 

This time she's called to a bar sitting on the border of the People and the Pack, and of course it can't be anything easy.  Turns out a renegade magic user is running around the city, leaving plagues and diseases wherever he goes. 

Kate must find the source before all hell breaks loose, but a little bit of digging unearths a chilling discovery, one that could shatter the secrecy of Kate's past she's been trying so hard to avoid.

This book was a lot of fun to read.  Kate and Curran's relationship has evolved from them trying to kill each other every time they meet, to grudging respect, to possible feelings.  In this book, the two play practical jokes on each other, which are borderline dangerous but hilarious.  They also get more into Kate's background, and give us a better insight into who she is, and why she does the things she does.  The battles are spectacular, and I'd have to say this is the best book of the series so far.  Now on to book #5.

Carla gives this book a


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