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Mags has lived in hiding most of her life. One of the two last jinn of her kind, she's being hunted by one of the King's of Hades and the menacing Elf King for her power. When one disastrous date sends her on the run, Mags knows her life will never be the same. The only question is, will she survive it? More

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Review by: Bex Johnson on Dec. 25, 2012 : star star star star star
I do love it when I pick up a book with little knowledge and therefore few expectations other than I hope I enjoy it, only to discover that I'm bowled over the characters and plot.

I immediately enjoyed Mags' character, the protagonist. She is somewhat similar to other heroines of urban fantasy; feisty, ballsy, attractive and overall pretty bad-ass. I have no issues with this at all. That's one of the main reasons why I love female leads in this genre. What Olivia Martinez offers however, through the creation of her character, is a new type of supe. And a pretty cool one at that!

I foolishly thought that I had the plot figured out, that everything would pan out in a pretty straight forward way. But boy oh boy was I wrong. Olivia Martinez, the clever and crafty author that she is, seriously knocked me for six with her twists and turns. Be prepared there are several. I laughed out loud on several occasions, and was pretty darn shell-shocked at another pinnacle moment in the story. It's been a while since a book led me to tears; this book did that!

The editing could do with a little tlc. Although this was nothing to do with the plot development, I did notice the need for a fine tune. The story, characters and voice overall were successfully crafted and extremely enjoyable.

If you are looking for an urban fantasy with a bad-ass female lead, several twists and turns and with an ending that left me dazed, then Mistfall is a read for you. This is the start of a super series.

Disclosure: This book was received for free from the author in exchange for an honest review.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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