Sky Ghosts: The Night Before (Urban Fantasy series for adults)

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Sky Ghosts: The Night Before is a short story that serves as a free preview to the Sky Ghosts series. A crossover between Urban Fantasy and Black Comedy, it features a strong female protagonist and her best friend, on a mission to destroy an enemy gang. More
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About Alexandra Engellmann

Alexandra Engellmann is a full-time Fantasy and Action writer. She spends her free time nerding out on movies, fangirling, tweeting way too much, and occasionally riding her mountain bike. Visit her website at
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Review by: Kelly St Clare on Aug. 30, 2016 :
Fans of the Sky Ghost series will love this adrenaline-fuelled addition. To those thinking of delving into Engellmann’s urban fantasy world, this short prequel showcases the best traits of her writing; Action, fighting, humour, ruthlessness and heart.
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Review by: Sue Davis on Aug. 06, 2016 :
This is the third Sky Ghosts story I have read and even though it is a shorter story it is really good. It lets you discover more about Pain and her partner Marco . Only 21 years old, Pain is certainly a Sky Ghost to look out for if you are a Sky Beast. Eugene's group of Beast are high on her list to stop and Chuck squad has a job that night that she wants to stop. Is she going to a trap? will she and Marco survive? And if they do what will their boss Peter and her guardian do about her choosing her own jobs?
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Review by: Angel Chadwick on Aug. 05, 2016 :
I've read and reviewed the first two Sky Ghosts books and reading Sky Ghosts: The Night Before, I feel privileged to have another glimpse into this world Engellmann has created and into the character Pain. The character Pain is very multi-dimensional and more and more aspects of her personality are emerging. The first few lines of dialogue you might think Pain is talking to someone seated across from her, but you quickly realize what kind of scenario you're in and who Pain is. This shows how clever Alexandra Engellmann is in this descriptive approach of the character and the setting. I'm proud to see how this author is maturing in her craft.
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