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    Went to a fight - a hockey game broke out

    I would have liked to see a little more hockey in this book. I enjoyed the story - a simple read with a predictable plot.
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    Brilliant book in a paranormal hockey series

    I am loving this new series from Devon Monk. The series is all about an ice hockey league for non-humans aka the 'Marked'. The first book featured Random Hazard the first wizard to join the West Hell Hockey League. This book features his adoptive brother Duncan Spark, a wolf shifter. In the first book Random got caught in the crossfire between the coach of their hockey team, the Thunderheads, and that of their rivals the Tide. Now, under a special rule enacted years ago, the Tide as the bottom ranked team in the league can choose to transfer in any player they want from another team and the coach has chosen Random - not because he wants to play him but because he wants to spite Random and the coach of the Thunderheads, he also hates Random so much that he might intentionally try to get him injured or killed on the ice. So Duncan steps up and offers himself as Katniss-like tribute instead. Sparks walks into a broken team and a bad atmosphere. Trying to make the best of things all he wants to do is play, but that's the last thing his coach will allow. How does a tactile wolf shifter cope when he is shunned by his teammates and brutalised by his coach? Well if you're Sparks you just suck it up and move along. This is very much a hockey novel, barely a sniff of a romance. I loved watching Sparks grow up from that immature motor-mouth with an over-protective streak into a strong man/shifter who steps up to the puck.
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