E–pub The Undying Legion Crown Key #2

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  • The Undying Legion Crown Key #2
  • Clay Griffith
  • English
  • 15 June 2020
  • 9780345540492

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Clay Griffith Æ 9 characters Read ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Æ Clay Griffith Download The Undying Legion Crown Key #2 While there is still time Simon Kate and Malcolm along with gadget geek Penny Carter and Charlotte an adolescent werewolf track down a necromancer who is reanimating the deceased As the team battles an unrelenting army of undead a powerful Egyptian mummy and serpentine demons the necromancer proves an elusive uarry And when the true purpose of the ritual is revealed the gifted allies must confront a destructive force that is positively apocalypt. Random HousePublishing Date June 2015ISBN 9780345540485 Genre FantasyRating 245Publisher Description When monster hunter Malcolm MacFarlane comes across the gruesome aftermath of a ritual murder in a London church he enlists the help of magician scribe Simon Archer and alchemist extraordinaire Kate Anstruther Studying the macabre scene they struggle to understand obscure clues in the ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics carved into the victim s heart as well as bizarre mystical allusions to the romantic poetry of William Blake One thing is clear Some very potent black magic is at workReview This follows uickly in the foot prints of The Shadow Revolution with the same cast of main characters Kate is an even insufferable character what with her prudish and headstrong demeanor coupled to a sandpaper like personality Simon is his usual unflappable self courting a dismal skirt when he could have anyon

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Clay Griffith Æ 9 characters Read ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Æ Clay Griffith Download The Undying Legion Crown Key #2 A thrilling new Victorian era urban fantasy for fans of Kevin Hearne’s Iron Druid Chronicles the Showtime series Penny Dreadful and the Sherlock Holmes movies featuring Robert Downey Jr   With a flood of dark magic about to engulf Victorian London can a handful of heroes vanuish a legion of the undead  When monster hunter Malcolm MacFarlane comes across the gruesome aftermath of a ritual murder in a London church he enlists the help of magici. 4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum as fun and entertaining as the first book Going back to earlier this summer here were some of the words I used in my review of The Shadow Revolution book one of Clay and Susan Griffith s new Crown Key trilogy feisty ass kicking fast paced pulpish and adventurous the perfect beach read Now I m pleased to report its seuel proved just as satisfying especially since we know what we re getting into and are acuainted with our main charactersThe Undying Legion is the second installment of the trilogy but instead of hitting the middle book slump this book really takes off and hits the ground running Simon Archer Kate Anstruther and Malcom MacFarlane are back on the hunt for monsters and other things that go bump in the night and true to form we kick off this story with a grisly discovery While on one of his nighttime patrols Malcolm comes across the mutilated body

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Clay Griffith Æ 9 characters Read ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Æ Clay Griffith Download The Undying Legion Crown Key #2 An scribe Simon Archer and alchemist extraordinaire Kate Anstruther Studying the macabre scene they struggle to understand obscure clues in the ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics carved into the victim’s heart as well as bizarre mystical allusions to the romantic poetry of William Blake One thing is clear Some very potent black magic is at work   But this human sacrifice is only the first in a series of ritualized slayings Desperate to save lives. When you love a first book in a series as much as I loved Shadow Revolution it is with some trepidation that you open up book two Not because you don t want to read it but rather you don t want anything to make book one the book you love to not be as great as you remember it They say the second book in a series sometimes can make or break it You know the dreaded second book or middle book syndrome The ones that sometimes have too much info dump not enough action and drag so very much that you almost regret even starting the series to begin withThose are the reasons why most of us dread opening that second book when the first one was so great Will it live up to its predecessor or am I going to regret this later onThankfully I had no cause to be concerned This was fabulous and reminded me all over again why I loved the first book so very much With the steampunkish era action adventure amazing characters