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D and it will soon be free Darkness and its minions overtake the town setting off avalanches and cutting off communications At the mercy of Darkness Thorn must rally the townspeople together for only as one can they survive But her loyalty will be tested by someone she once lost to the Dark her twin sister. Host finishes up all the Rogue Mage books to date currently a trilogy There aren t current plans to write to the series and since this one was published around 2010 it doesn t seem like it would happen anytime soon if at allWith that in mind this book does wrap up the main arc of the initial 3 books very well You won t be left on a razor s edge when you close the book and while I m not going to put any spoilers in this review I will say this This book ends DARK This trilogy is not the feel good trilogy winner of the past few years by any means That s not a bad thing at all but it s definitely not everyone s cup of tea The imagery in this book is incredible In the final third it reads like a modern version of Revelations with the amount of seraphs doing battle between our existence and the between time space they can flit around to We get to the source of a lot of the big bad uglies we ve been dealing with and Thorn gets some very big surprises hardly any of them good A new neo mage shows up as well with an unhealthy interest in the goings on of Mineral City Thorn has way too much to worry about without adding a possible backstabber to the ranks As if that isn t enough The Dragon has finally woken up What impressed me most in the span of these three books was how much Thorn utterly changes and grows as a character Her entire life living in hiding is uprooted and by acknowledging and accepting what she is as a neo mage she can never go back to it again There is an incredible sense of loss in that for her and as a reader it helps ground you in the midst of all the strangeness that is this book with the relate able feelings of irreversible change Her friendships and idea of family are pushed to the absolute brink and the town she stands in at the end of the third book is nothing like the one she rides back into at the start of the first For a trilogy that never leaves the confines of a small post Apocalyptic mining town in the Appalachians this is a huge achievement Overall I don t feel this is written as tightly as Faith Hunter s Jane Yellowrock series and I didn t exactly like seeing as much repeated imagery as I did be it in manners of speech certain descriptive vocabulary or location To my knowledge these aren t supposed to take place in the same universe so that definitely pulled me out of the immersion of this new world than I d like That being said the concepts at play here are amazing If you are a fan of anything angel related lore behind the Book of Enoch or Revelations or even some lite sci fi supernatural stuff there s a lot here for you in this trilogy The writing is fantastic as are the descriptions It sneaks up on you how much you care for this cast of characters and I know I was left deep in thought after the last page Definitely check this out It s not terribly long in terms of page count and it s very uniue It s not perfect but still a worthwhile investment The Geography of Witchcraft you close the book and while I m not going to put any spoilers in this review I will say this This book ends DARK This trilogy is not the feel good trilogy winner of the past few Hold On To Me years by any means That s not a bad thing at all but it s definitely not everyone s cup of tea The imagery in this book is incredible In the final third it reads like a modern version of Revelations with the amount of seraphs doing battle between our existence and the between time space they can flit around to We get to the source of a lot of the big bad uglies we ve been dealing with and Thorn gets some very big surprises hardly any of them good A new neo mage shows up as well with an unhealthy interest in the goings on of Mineral City Thorn has way too much to worry about without adding a possible backstabber to the ranks As if that isn t enough The Dragon has finally woken up What impressed me most in the span of these three books was how much Thorn utterly changes and grows as a character Her entire life living in hiding is uprooted and by acknowledging and accepting what she is as a neo mage she can never go back to it again There is an incredible sense of loss in that for her and as a reader it helps ground Copping It Sweet (Murphys Law you in the midst of all the strangeness that is this book with the relate able feelings of irreversible change Her friendships and idea of family are pushed to the absolute brink and the town she stands in at the end of the third book is nothing like the one she rides back into at the start of the first For a trilogy that never leaves the confines of a small post Apocalyptic mining town in the Appalachians this is a huge achievement Overall I don t feel this is written as tightly as Faith Hunter s Jane Yellowrock series and I didn t exactly like seeing as much repeated imagery as I did be it in manners of speech certain descriptive vocabulary or location To my knowledge these aren t supposed to take place in the same universe so that definitely pulled me out of the immersion of this new world than I d like That being said the concepts at play here are amazing If Ill Be Yours for Christmas (Harlequin Blaze, you are a fan of anything angel related lore behind the Book of Enoch or Revelations or even some lite sci fi supernatural stuff there s a lot here for Her Babys Bodyguard (Eagle Squadron you in this trilogy The writing is fantastic as are the descriptions It sneaks up on If Wishes Were...Daddies you how much West of Heaven you care for this cast of characters and I know I was left deep in thought after the last page Definitely check this out It s not terribly long in terms of page count and it s very uniue It s not perfect but still a worthwhile investment

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Host author Faith Hunter

In a post apocalyptic ice age envisioned by Faith Hunter in Bloodring and Seraphs humans continue their fight to survive amid the warlike forces of Light and Darkness and struggle to understand the seraphic and demonic beings who have invaded their worldAfter risking her life to save the residents of Miner. The Rogue Mage series is complicated sometimes to the point of being hard to follow but the story is interesting The last book did leave a lot of unanswered uestions enough to make me wonder why she hasn t written another book to completely wrap up this story Even the things that did get wrapped up were only half answered like what happened to Lo Lo Is Rose evil What s the deal with the lynx What s the deal with amethyst and the wheels and the snake Why don t witches have souls Are they ever going to get souls I personally think Faith s newer series Jane Yellowrock is much better

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Al City from a fallen seraph of the underworld Thorn St Croix finds herself finally accepted albeit warily Not so the mage who arrives from the Council of Seraphs and who could be her greatest ally or her most dangerous foeBut a terrible danger threatens Mineral City The bonds of the Dragon have been loose. Hahahahahahahaha Thorn gets a new buddy in Host This one was sent from her former home the New Orleans Enclave Yes the one that threw her out in the first place Cheran Jones is a prissy and arrogant metal mage whose duty is to instruct Thorn in the arts of diplomacy Apparently she s not polished enough to represent the neo mages in Mineral City even if she s been too busy hiding killing demon spawn and containing the Dragon to worry about media relations Along with the Seraphs the Earth Invasion Heretics her ex husband the town preacher and all the colorful cast members in the series Thorn must now defeat the succubus ueen if they are to live to see another dayI like Thorn She tries to do the right thing she really really does But when the right thing is asinine or completely objectionable she redefines the meaning of right to ensure that her loved ones her friends and even the townspeople who don t care for her much are as safe as she can make them Host is a satisfying conclusion to the Rogue Mage series I m kinda hoping for Thorn though


10 thoughts on “Host author Faith Hunter

  1. says:

    The overall plot arc that began in bloodring is concluded really well in this book Most of the uestions are the dragondarkness type mo

  2. says:

    I'm still feeling like a moron trying to read this series I think it has too much going on and I'm having a hard time keeping track of it all Whether or not they are in Mineral City The Realm of Light or in the here not here

  3. says:

    The Rogue Mage series is complicated sometimes to the point of being hard to follow but the story is interesting The last book did leave a lot of unanswered uestions enough to make me wonder why she hasn't written another book to completely wrap up this story Even the things that did get wrapped up were only half answered like what happened to Lo Lo? Is Rose evil? What's the deal with the lynx? What's the deal with amethyst and the wheels

  4. says:

    As a result of her new Seraphic visa and station her birth Enclave sends a metal mage emissary named Cheran to train Thorn However she immediately realizes there is than meets the eye to the pompous Cheran and she senses

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    Hahahahahahahaha Thorn gets a new buddy in Host This one was sent from her former home the New Orleans Enclave Yes the one that threw her out in the first place Cheran Jones is a prissy and arrogant metal mage whose duty is

  6. says:

    Did you ever go to the movies and buy a too big popcorn then find yourself 30 minutes later giving a ueasy look at the bo

  7. says:

    I struggled through this one and didn't enjoy it nearly like I did the previous two in the series

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    Warning This review contains massive spoilers I reveal the end of the bookIn many ways this book fell into fami

  9. says:

    Host finishes up all the Rogue Mage books to date currently a trilogy There aren't current plans to write to the series and since this one was

  10. says:

    Close On The Heels Of Book 2 BuuuuutHunter's mythology with angels and demons and mages is shaping up pretty excitingly buuuuuuuuuut takes deep breath the protagonist Thorn St Croix is kinda sorta starting to really um annoy me just a tad maybe a little than a tad how about tod is that even a word well let's just go with i