The House at Cobb End

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
"The House at Cobb End" is a short story connected to the New York Times bestselling Cassandra Palmer series of urban fantasy novels. It is designed primarily as an "added feature" to the series, and is intended for those already reading the books.
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Price: Free! USD

Words: 8,380
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301776573

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Review by: Kira Delaney on Sep. 15, 2013 :
great side story in the series...
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Review by: Missdevora on June 08, 2013 :
I really liked this short. The inventive, unique writing that I love so much about Karen Chance, was once again displayed, even in such a short story and we got a little expansion on Pritkins history and his origins. And we see singing!
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Review by: Kathy Davie on Jan. 31, 2013 : (no rating)
This particular short story in the Cassandra Palmer urban fantasy series is about John Pritkin and is set in England outside Stratford-on-Avon sometime in the mid- to late 1800s.

Download it for free from Karen Chance's Take a Chance page on her website.

My Take
Ooh, I do like the sound of the estate agent's book of available houses! Although these days, it would be probably be holographic and life-size, LOL.

It's just a little tidy-up with far-reaching repercussions for John. And lets Jonas in on more background information about John than John is comfortable with. It also provides a bit of background on the Fey and death.

There are sections which are just so sweet and will make you want to cry.

The Story
John is about to be married and he needs a house. Only Edwards is decidedly unhelpful.

It's a good thing that Marsden is the man he is.

The Characters
John Pritkin is not human and not wanted in the war mages' barracks.

Brigadier General Jonas Marsden is second-in-command of the War Mage Corps and can't see without his glasses.

War mages
Benedict is a young recruit, and Edwards is in allocation.

The Cover
The cover is

The title is exactly that. The House at Cobb End.
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