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Blood Moon (Wildcat Wizard, #1) (edition 2016)

by Al K. Line

Series: Wildcat Wizard (1)

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Meet Arthur "The Hat" Salzman. Gangster. Wizard. Screwed. When I was killed for the fifth time, and before breakfast, I knew for sure I'd made a terrible mistake. It was meant to be a simple job. Steal item, deliver said item to my posh broker, get paid. Easy peasy wizard squeezy. Blame it on the insomnia, my own greed, or maybe just stupidity, but I swear on my wand I didn't know what was in the bag. If I had, I'd never have got involved. Soon, every gangster, spook, and magic abuser in the city wanted what I had. But they went too far, broke the Code. Backed up by my faery godmother, and a Stepford mom who's main goal in life was to be my sidekick, the body count escalated as the truth was revealed. And they all forgot one important thing. The Hat's a goddamn Wildcat Wizard!… (more)
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Title:Blood Moon (Wildcat Wizard, #1)
Authors:Al K. Line
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...does not make a novel. I was bored with the foolishness very quickly. I started to actively dislike the main character too soon. Pathetic. He's a thief who fell asleep on the job. Then did a terrible job getting away and got caught again. Just stupid. ( )
  wildwily | May 28, 2020 |
Clever repartee...

...does not make a novel. I was bored with the foolishness very quickly. I started to actively dislike the main character too soon. Pathetic. He's a thief who fell asleep on the job. Then did a terrible job getting away and got caught again. Just stupid. ( )
  wildwily | May 28, 2020 |
Weird, bizarre, inventive, funny. A wizard who doesn't stay dead. Shape-shifters, vampires, a fairy godmother, and not a cliche in sight. I especially loved the revelation of the wizard's address - close to one of the top twenty most mispronounced place-names in Britain.
A good read. ( )
  Kindleifier | May 28, 2017 |
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Meet Arthur "The Hat" Salzman. Gangster. Wizard. Screwed. When I was killed for the fifth time, and before breakfast, I knew for sure I'd made a terrible mistake. It was meant to be a simple job. Steal item, deliver said item to my posh broker, get paid. Easy peasy wizard squeezy. Blame it on the insomnia, my own greed, or maybe just stupidity, but I swear on my wand I didn't know what was in the bag. If I had, I'd never have got involved. Soon, every gangster, spook, and magic abuser in the city wanted what I had. But they went too far, broke the Code. Backed up by my faery godmother, and a Stepford mom who's main goal in life was to be my sidekick, the body count escalated as the truth was revealed. And they all forgot one important thing. The Hat's a goddamn Wildcat Wizard!

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