Magic Strikes

Magic Strikes hours minutes SummaryDrafted into working for the Order of Merciful Aid mercenary Kate Daniels has paranormal problems than she knows what to do with And in Atlanta where magic comes and goes

  • Title: Magic Strikes
  • Author: Ilona Andrews
  • ISBN: 9781400182893
  • Page: 248
  • Format: MP3 Book
  • 10 hours, 51 minutes SummaryDrafted into working for the Order of Merciful Aid, mercenary Kate Daniels has paranormal problems than she knows what to do with And in Atlanta, where magic comes and goes like the tide, that s saying a lot.But when Kate s werewolf friend Derek is discovered nearly dead, she must confront her greatest challenge yet As her investigation l10 hours, 51 minutes SummaryDrafted into working for the Order of Merciful Aid, mercenary Kate Daniels has paranormal problems than she knows what to do with And in Atlanta, where magic comes and goes like the tide, that s saying a lot.But when Kate s werewolf friend Derek is discovered nearly dead, she must confront her greatest challenge yet As her investigation leads her to the Midnight Games an invitation only, no holds barred, ultimate preternatural fighting tournament she and Curran, the Beast Lord, uncover a dark plot that may forever alter the face of Atlanta s shapeshifting community.

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    1. The Top 8 Reasons why you should drop everything you're doing and grab the Kate Daniels series ASAP(focusing on Magic Strikes)1. The huge variety of mythology: celtic, greek, and now norse and hindu. Honestly, every supernatural creature you've ever heard will make an appearance, preferably soaked in blood and other substances I dare not name, and will deliver you extraordinary threats, unique bloodbath and eventually it will be killed in the most badass way.2. The Midnight Games. An underground [...]

    2. ⚔ The Grand IAA™ KD Buddy Rerererereread Extravaganza (GIAAKDBRE™), aka the yellow brick road to Magic Triumphs ⚔Presenting Episode 3, or How Kate Daniels Learned not all Cats Hate Water Hot Tubs.» And the moral of this particular rererereread is: TWT-IHFB is the best bloody shrimping acronym in the history of bloody shrimping acronyms. Trust me on that one, I practically invented the concept. Of bloody shrimping acronyms, I mean. Not of TWT-IHFBs. I wish I had, though. Because it's, yo [...]

    3. Did you guys watch American Gladiators when you were kids? I just looked it up on , and the show's first run was from 1989-1997.<-----eight years is a LONG time. Long enough for most of you to have watched it at some point during your childhood. B/c really? What's better than ridiculously muscled men (and women) in red, white, and blue spandex with names like Nitro and Laser . . . and MALIBU (Oh yeaaah):GAWD, I love the 80's. And Malibu could totally be Curran in the middle of the magic flare [...]

    4. I enjoyed the first two books in this Kate Daniels series, but Magic Strikes reached new levels of fun and games (of the gladiator death match variety) and just sheer awesomeness.Kate Daniels and her werewolf, were-hyena, and other shapeshifter friends get mixed up with some shady goings-on in connection with an underground organization that puts on cage fights of the magical variety. Meanwhile, Julie, Kate's teenage friend/mentee/adoptive daughter, is having trouble adjusting in school, so Kate [...]

    5. Alright, alright. I am now fully entrenched in the "I Love the Kate Daniels Series" camp. Magic Bites was ok, Magic Burns was better, and Magic Strikes had me grinning from ear to ear at the last page. I'm desperate now to read the next one to see what happens with Kate and Curran. The tension they've built up is absolutely delicious. THIS is how you create a relationship in a series. I hate authors that think throwing the two characters into bed with each other right away is either realistic, p [...]

    6. I, the undersigned, duly authorized representative of my frowning self, hereby state that all my pressuring friends were right when they declared, and I quote them, "it gets better". This present declaration allows them for expressing their satisfaction at the ruin of my stubbornness, including by using disheartening gloating sayings as, "I told you so". In addition, to ensure fair and full disclosure, please see the attached terms and conditions of my surrender : Clause # 1 : I hereby certify t [...]

    7. Yes I'm reading the Kate Daniels Series AGAIN and guess what I love it a little more every time. 3rd read and this is still my favorite of the series. So many great moments. This book gets ALL THE STARSKate Daniels Buddy Read/Reread May 25 with the gang at Ilona Andrews Addicts (IAA)Revised Fangirl Review upon the Re-read of the series before Magic Breaks is Released.Magic Strikes has Gladiator style fighting with MAGIC so it is even better, sexual tension so thick you can cut it with a knife, f [...]

    8. First reread January 2015Original rating: 5New rating: 10☆☆☆ Post-Shift Productions proudly present ☆☆☆Just Another Day in the Life of Kate Daniels►8.00 a.m.: roll out of bed after getting 2 hours of sleep. Realize you're hungry. Open the fridge to get some of that leftover apple pie. The plate is empty. Strange.► 8.30 a.m.: rescue your teenage werewolf sidekick from Saiman. Watch Saiman change form and throw up in your mouth a little. ► 9.00 a.m.: find out His Furriness became [...]

    9. I promised myself that I would review this book after finishing it the second time around. I took expansive notes, I copied my favorite quotes down in preparation and I even went so far as to try to start writing a review while still reading. I made several attempts actually. The first was a gushing letter to the author. The second was a serious breakdown of the story and characters that just felt all wrong and the third was a half drunken, rambling poem modeled after “There once was a man fro [...]

    10. I can't believe no one mentioned this series to me, recommended this series to me, or spammed my profile with comments and PMs proclaiming this series' awesomeness. They should have. To everyone that didn't, you're on my shit list.Luckily for me, I finally made the decision on my own, like a big girl, and decided to give this series a try.Once I did, it wasn't exactly love at first page, but I've quickly moved into the honeymoon stage. Here's to the honeymoon never ending.Very rarely do I come a [...]

    11. If you haven't read this series yet, you need to at least read the first three. The first two books were good, but this one is magic! :)Originally read in February of 2015. Rereading with the Ilona Andrews Addicts group.Here's my original review:Best one yet in the series! Have I mentioned how much I love Kate Daniels? Oh yeah, I guess I have, just in every other review of these books. She is so funny and sarcastic. I find myself chuckling while reading."What kind of shapeshifter has orange fur [...]

    12. First Read: October 2014 ★★★★★Second Read: May 2015 ★★★★★Still just as amazing as the first time! New thoughts: I love how loyal Kate is and how much she cares for her friends. It's fun to see her drawn more and more to Curran. Curran is one of the sexiest shifters in UF. I don't usually care for shifters as much as other paranormal creatures, but IA writes them well. I LOVE Saiman in this. We get to meet Hugh (another personal favorite). The mythology is absolutely amazing i [...]

    13. Holy mother of cliffhangers, I hate it when they do that!!Okay, you got me. I totally adore Ilona Andrews and wouldn’t fault them for a thing. Part of a Kate Daniels full BR with the IAA, Magic Strikes is the best KD novel yet. Seriously, better than book 2 and WAY better than book 1. There is so much Curran in this book and it is a feast for the mind and soul. There’s enough humor to fill the pages just based on Kate’s reaction to his name. ”So, how are things with you and Curran?”The [...]

    14. Kate Daniels is making a strong case to claim the spot as my favorite urban fantasy (to even be in contention is saying something – this genre is filled with authors that I absolutely love). I can’t believe how much better the second and third books have been. If it hadn’t been for my amazing friends urging me to continue, it might have been years before I picked them up again.Why do I now love it so much, you ask? Well, for one thing, the love story turned into a slowly developing segmen [...]

    15. 3.75Well thank God everyone was right! While the first two were intriguing, this one blew them out of the water. Where they sluggishly built up to a semblance of a plot, this one made it clear from the start.Where they were slow with more descriptions than action, this one was a non-stop Rambo movie-with better CGI.Where they had characters and, at times, scenes that just didn't make sense, this one read with perfect clarity leading us down a very dangerous rabbit hole. Again I say cause you mig [...]

    16. First read July 2014 -4 starsSecond read May 2016 - 5 ***** (what the hell was I thinking when I gave only 4 stars to this book) starsTHIS WAS AWESOME!! But Really, I must have been out of my mind when I first rated this. This book had everything. Everything. Chemistry between Kate and Curran was:"You're scared there might be something there, between you and me."And the humor is exceptional:"To answer your question, yes, you may kiss my ass.My only question is, would your kissing my ass be obeis [...]

    17. "I gave him a smile. I was aiming for sweet, but he turned a shade paler and scooted a bit farther from me. Note to self: work more on sweet and less on psycho-killer."This is the first book in this series that actually, truly, really struck me. The previus two were undeniably, deliciously funny, enjoyable, quick (I read each of them in one sitting) and frustratingly cute when it came to Kate and Curran, because, let's face it, this couple here is the ultimate level of everyhing definable as fru [...]

    18. Love this series - I finished this last night and am trying not to buy the next one right now! You're not going to get a detailed review from me on this one - if you're not loving these by now, then there's nothing I could say to convince you! :)

    19. 5 Stars AGAIN!!!!You're so PURRRRRRR-fect, bookI need you in my life.n.---------------------------------------------------------------------WOW!!! Kate Daniels, you're my new girl crush!!! I can't explain how refreshing and complete I feel after reading these books, and I can say that I'm a fan after reading this one. First, I wasn't a knight; I just worked for the Order of Knights of Merciful Aid. Second, negotiation wasn't my forte. I killed things. Quickly and with much bloodshed. Getting eld [...]

    20. She should have seen this coming!Kate has a number of things which occupy her mind and her life:1. The wellbeing of her new friends: -Jim betrays the pack, -Derek almost gets himself killed,-Raphael is crazy about Andrea and -Saiman has new scary enemies. They talk like human, smell like human, behave like human but what are they really? I am just happy that Kate has true friends finally.2. The dangers that her real family brings: We learn who her biological father is and what the consequences o [...]

    21. June 2016 Re-read.July 2015 re-read: I love this book so much. August 2014 Re-read:Apparently, I've never written a review of this book - though I've read it at least a couple dozen times. In fact, I distinctly remember the last re-read I did I had plans to review ALL the books in the series. Then I hit this book, with its humor that keeps me laughing all the damn time, and the suspense that keeps me on the edge of my seat, biting my nails. And that ending! Good lord. *fans self* How could I be [...]

    22. Fourth re-read: 27.04.17I'm on roll here, as you can see. I've been reading #1-3 really fast just because I needed some Curran. I love the Games part, and I still want to kill everyone for what happened to Derek. I think I'll re-read next one and stop. Third re-read: 17.09.16 I adore the ending. I want Curran to court me, too! I love the Games. Kate fighting are a turn on. Seriously. I'm completely straight, I lust for Curran damn hard, yet Kate in the Games? Daaaamn. She knows her moves, I'm ju [...]

    23. First reread January 2015 - See review here.*********Original review (June 2014):How much better can this series get!? I’m seriously being blown away by every new instalment here. KD = pure awesomeness. Fabulous, exciting, memorable, astounding, staggering, wonderful, impressive, breathtaking, and nothing short of downright amazing. Ever went on a roller coaster ride? Take that feeling, multiply it by 10 and you might get an idea of what this book is like. There is so much to take here that my [...]

    24. This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life.There is a strong likelihood that this review is really going to sound more like gushing than anything else. I am okay with that and hope you are as well. I am a HUGE fan of this series and have been for since I found the series in early 2012. I read the first 5 books within a couple of weeks and can't wait for the next book to be released every year. This is a series that I will most likely re-read often because it is just so good and a lot [...]

    25. Buddy read with Armina, Eilonwy, and Asya. Kate Daniels, a former member of Mercenary Guild which deals with supernatural troublemakers now works in Order of Merciful Aid - these guys basically do the same job, but only charge what you can afford and the final result might not be pretty because of their beliefs (kind of like modern Crusaders). Somebody started killing shape-shifters of Atlanta and at the same time her friend who also happened to be a werewolf got into a trouble; obviously Kate c [...]

    26. So I had a hard time figuring out what kind of book this was.I mean, romantic comedies always have a feisty kick-ass woman complaining to all her friends just how seriously she'll insist that she'll Never, Never, Never sleep with *that* guy, only she's drawn, irresistibly, to the bad boy, or in this case, cat, and the whole book becomes not a "What-If" science fiction or well developed fantasy, but a "When-Will" of all glorious romances.But then, we've got Jaguar gladiators, decapitations, Hindu [...]

    27. I love love this series. I'm getting tired of a lot of this paranormal stuff, so many iterations, but this is a GREAT world, GREAT characters, good plotting. The writing is really good, I feel like the hardest thing to do is be SIMPLE, and this author's style is so concise and honest and believable. I really really love this series and would recommend it to anyone, men or women!

    28. 10 out of 5 StarsThis book was one giant ball of awesomeness and of course once again it's morning and I have yet to sleep.Kate, Derek, Jim and his crew get involved in an illegal gladiator tournament against the orders of Curran who has banned the shifters from taking part in it. Of course all hell breaks lose pretty soon.So the juicy stuff: If you haven't read the book please don't open the spoiler. It's major.(view spoiler)[ 1)Derek gets beaten into a pulp and he waves his pretty face goodbye [...]

    29. Remember when I said I loved Magic Burns? I might just love this book a little more. Just how good is it? Enough that it was my go-to when I was recently recovering from a headache--I wanted a dependable, awesome read and didn't want to start anything new that I'd end up hating.Magic Strikes is the third book in one of the best urban fantasy series out there. It maintains a very fast-moving plot with nicely developed characterization, has an unusual magic-technology premise, and stars a woman wh [...]

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