Book number two in The Case Files of Justis Fearsson, a new contemporary fantasy series from fantasy all-star David B. Coe. A hardboiled, magic-using private detective battles dark sorcerers in Phoenix, Arizona. Justis Fearsson is a weremyste. He wields potent magic, but every month, on the full moon, he loses his mind. He's also a private detective who can't afford to take time off from his latest investigation while his sanity goes AWOL. A legion of dark sorcerers has descended on Phoenix, wreaking havoc in the blistering desert heat. With the next moon phasing approaching, Jay has to figure out what connects a billionaire financier and a vicious drug kingpin to an attempted terrorist attack, a spate of ritual killings, and the murder of a powerful runemyste. And he has to do it fast. Because these same dark sorcerers have nearly killed the woman he loves and have used their spells to torment Jay's father. Now they have Jay in their crosshairs, and, with his death, they intend to extend their power over the entire magicking world. But Jay has other plans and no intention of turning his city, or those he loves, over to the enemy.
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Still going strong. I enjoyed the performance of Bronson Pinchot so much. He brings the characters to life. Justis Fearsson is awesome. He is brave, determined to safe guard his loved ones, friends. The two important women in his life - his girlfriend and ex-cop partner were marvellous. I also like his teacher, the rune master who bend a lot of rules for him. All in all an exciting adventure. I hope book three will be published soon.
David B. Coe has delivered a deeply emotional story that is expertly woven into wonderfully crafted action sequences, suspense, and surprises for the readers and fans of Justis Fearsson. It's difficult to detail what I liked most, there's so much, without giving away elements of the story. Being primarily an audiobook person who listens during my commute to and from work, and in my travels, I found myself leaving a little earlier in the morning, taking the long way to work and home, for extra listening time. That's not just a testament to the writing, but the performance as well.Bronson Pinchot's voicing of the characters enhances how well the relationships between the them have been penned by the author. A wonderful novel. I look forward to the next installment.
The narrator is one of my favorites and he did not disappoint. Thought the story line and writing were much better, more polished and the characters had more depth. Really good 2nd installment.
I was struggling through another book and found this series. Wish the book for longer but love them
I started listening to this series because of a sale and have been very pleasantly surprised. the narration is excellent and the stories are engaging. are they masterpieces? no, but they're just as good as the early Dresden books with enough of a difference to make them interesting
As I said in my first review, once I started listening to this I couldn't put it down. Great narration by Pinchot, you've moved up to my top 5 favorite narrators.
I loved this book. It is a great urban fantasy which is preferred by me. I read it previously and listening to it is as much fun as the initial read.
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