Review: Magic Strikes by Ilona Andrews
Magic Strikes

5 Stars

Book Info

Released: March 31st 2009
Series: Kate Daniels #3
Pages: 310
 

Magic Strikes is hands down my favourite book in the whole Kate Daniels series so far. ~ Under the Covers

Kate Daniels has been asked to assess the Reapers, a team of warriors in the Midnight Games, as although they may look human their forms may hide something much deadlier. However, it isn’t just Kate who has been caught up in the Midnight Games and the Reapers, her friends in the Pack have also been pulled in, despite the Pack Law forbidding them to enter the Games, as the Reapers may hold a weapon key to wiping out all shifters.

Magic Strikes is hands down my favourite book in the whole Kate Daniels series so far. The combination of the continually growing tension between Kate and Curran; the awesome action packed idea of the Midnight Games and the shock of having Kate’s past rear its head all combine to explode on the pages of Magic Strikes and I loved it.

It seems at this point in the series I am reading them just as much to see when Kate and Curran will FINALLY stop dancing around one another and get down to business, as much as I am reading to learn more about Kate and her past as well as her latest adventure. They come soooo close in this book, it had me screaming in excitement and banging my head in frustration… and I really enjoyed every second.

As for the action and adventure, like the previous books it is packed full of the usual sword waving, magic casting and sprinkling of dead bodies and myths come to life. The addition of the Midnight Games, a gladiator type contest, was brilliant, it enabled us to learn more about Kate’s past and was a unique setting for the story.

As usual, I adored this book, it is full of humour, romance and action and I can’t get enough of it!

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About Ilona Andrews

Ilona Andrews is the pseudonym for a husband-and-wife writing team. author2sm“Ilona is a native-born Russian and Gordon is a former communications sergeant in the U.S. Army. Contrary to popular belief, Gordon was never an intelligence officer with a license to kill, and Ilona was never the mysterious Russian spy who seduced him. They met in college, in English Composition 101, where Ilona got a better grade. (Gordon is still sore about that.)

Gordon and Ilona currently reside in Oregon with their two children, three dogs and a cat. They have co-authored two series, the bestselling urban fantasy of Kate Daniels and romantic urban fantasy of The Edge.

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I am madly in love with this series! Oh, man! I had read this book in a 24 hour period! Love the bath scene. Hehe! Well, I love many scenes/moments in this book! All are good! Curran is MINE! HAHAHA!

Just wait til you read Magic Bleeds! That book is HILARIOUS! Keep reading! 🙂

Maria D.

I love this series and this was such a good book —-the bath scene was such a tease!

Lori Meehan

Thanks for the review Suz.

Timitra

Thanks for the great review Suz….definitely have me excited to read this series!

wont

You have some great reading ahead. Magic Bleeds and Magic Slays are simply phenomenal. I still have trouble deciding a favorite. And, Magic Rises will be out in July!!!!!!

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