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  • Still liking this series!

    This is the second book I’ve read by this author, and I’m still enjoying every minute. I find the main character to be very interesting, and I want to know more about her, as well as the other minor characters. Throw in an interesting plot, great writing, and some fun action, and you have a book worth reading. I admit to sometimes being thrown off by the explanations of the tech in this book, and I get a little confused about exactly what is being described. However, that doesn’t really stop my enjoyment of the book. The end of this book was really what gave this book a five-star rating leading me to wonder if Cassie is going to have more run-ins with this very interesting character. If you like more tech-driven fantasy, give this one a try! Highly recommend! I was provided the e-book which I voluntarily reviewed.

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  • Fab read

    Another mystery/thriller which kept me enthralled till 3am... I gotta stop the midnight reads... But this book was such a lure. A truly fabulous read, it required my entire concentration to read through the mystery surrounding the 2 cases which were interconnected yet different from each other. As the title says it starts with a fox, a kitsune, asking the private investigator Caz to find his dog. This soon leads her to the Kings of the Underworld of New Hopeland. And the crawl into the unknown world starts along with Bart, her familiar A.I. Ooooh I don't mind a metallic gargoyle who is artificial intelligence for my birthday... Anyone listening?!! The complexity of the mystery had me smiling, as I traversed the landscapes of the pages. The worldbuilding of New Hopeland Underworld was detailed and well carved out, with its tunnels and shady accountants and elite dealers of stimulants, the Tech Shifters. Well, you have to read it to understand this, but start from book 1. Caz was wonderful but in this read, I found her to be more intelligent, this had more investigation than romance as compared to book 1. She was bold and brave walking the two worlds of light and dark which even the Kings didn't dare, or did they? What slowed me in my read were too many descriptions in some pages, some a bit difficult to imagine, and secondly, this book took time to build up its plot. But all that forgotten by that chilling climax which just blew my brains away. At 3am, I had so much adrenaline coursing that it took another hour to calm down. Wowzer!! As Caz says in the book New Hopeland works, I say Matt Doyle works. His brain can plot the story like the pieces of a jigsaw puzzle slowly pulling the reader in with each piece an enticing clue. Absolute explosion of a story with well etched details and an ending which blew my mind!!

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