Shadows Blade Justis Fearsson #3 By David B. Coe

I read this book in 4 hours It is as good as #1 and #2 if not better I hope happen Coe change his stories a little bit for the next book because soon this become formula Still really good urban fantasy Terrorism Sad to see this series end for the most part I wasn't as fond of it but David B Coe's ability to tell an amazing story is why it has a 4 He has a way with words that could make any story worth reading even it isn't something that one is fond of Terrorism Strong beginning with a mother and children in jeopardy Sucked me right in I really enjoy the magic and gripping action scenes often magical duels in this series The new character Gracie was very well done prickly and believable to the point where Billie started to look a bit bland I also really like Justis's relationship with his troubled weremyste fatheruibble I had a bit of trouble investing in the mystery element magic weapon blah blah blah Seen this so many times before Terrorism Very good story well done the descriptions are uite good the plot follows itself to the end the characters stay in character A very worthy read A very inventive world that I love The idea of were mystics doing magic but going insane for three days a month is clever The idea of a special weapon is a bit cliche ish but Coe takes it on as his own There is suspense twists and action in this story uite well done as I said alreadyI recommend it but read the first two books before this one Terrorism Another great story in the series Justis is still battling necromancers and this time he's trying to save a mum and her two kids from them I liked how David Coe has set up the magic for his world and that he's managed to show how the character has progressed in his spells and magic use Terrorism

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Book #3 in The Case Files of Justis Fearsson the critically acclaimed contemporary fantasy series from fantasy all star David B Coe A hardboiled magic using private detective fights dark sorcerers in Phoenix ArizonaJustis Fearsson is a weremyste and a private detective He wields potent magic but every month on the full moon he loses his mind His battles with insanity have already cost him his job as a cop; he can’t afford to let them interfere with his latest case Phoenix has become ground zero in a magical war and an army of werecreatures blood sorcerers and necromancers has made Jay its number one target When he is hired to track down a woman who has gone missing with her two young children he has a hunch that the dark ones are to blame But then he’s also brought in by the police to help with a murder investigation and all the evidence implicates this same woman Soon he is caught up in a deadly race to find not only the young family but also an ancient weapon that could prove decisive in the looming conflict Can he keep himself alive long enough to reach the woman and her kids before his enemies do? And can he claim the weapon before the people he loves and the world he knows are lost in a storm of flame blood and darkest sorcery?The Case Files of Justis Fearsson Spell Blind His Father's Eyes Shadow's BladeAbout  Shadow's Blade Coe balances wit and drama gives his female characters plenty of agency and even throws in a bit of  The Maltese Falcon via a powerful object everyone desires This noir tinged urban fantasy with real feeling magic and multiple moral uandaries is highly recommended— Publishers WeeklyAbout  Spell Blind Book One in the Case Files of Justis Fearsson Justis is on the streets and has never been so cool; I can't wait for his next adventure—Patricia Briggs #1  New York TimesBest Seller Coe brings deep knowledge of both fantasy and mystery to his well structured first urban fantasy novel He tells an entertaining story with a good mystery at its core— Publishers WeeklyAbout David B Coe's  Rules of Ascension War and politics love and magic all drawn in detail against a vividly imagined feudal background A complex and excellent book —David Drake author of  Lord of the Isles epic a world of rival nobles sinister mages and a few men and women of courage and conviction Well developed characters and an intriguing political background — Library Journal Shadows Blade Justis Fearsson #3

I have to admit that this is my least favourite of the three Justis Fearsson books I don't know why but I just found it hard to connect with Jay Justis enough to care about what happened in this book maybe because I never really doubted that he'd win through in the end The other thing was that the McGuffin the magic doohickey that everyone was after could have been a Tiffany lamp for all the difference it made We'd never encountered it before that I remember and we had no evidence of its power so there was no sense of danger when contemplating what might happen if the bad guys got the doohickey instead of the good guys On the good side however I liked Billie Jay's girlfriend in this one even though she didn't have a major role I would have liked to have seen of her as she didn't have much page time in which to let the reader get to know herAll in all I'd say that this is solid urban fantasy but it just didn't do it for me personally Terrorism I liked it It was a satisfying ending of the initial arc while still leaving room for books if the series continues Terrorism Another fun UF adventure that finally brought the threads from the last book to a conclusion but I hope the author stops here He leveled up Fearson toward the end of the last book an awful lot almost jumped the shark Any books following this will probably be too far out for meI was absolutely floored by one minor incident In the midst of all the chaos Fearson takes a small boy outside to pee freaks out about not having any way to wash his hands afterward Seriously? Boys have been pissing outside not washing their hands afterwards forever Have we as a society gotten so ridiculously sueamish? If so don't use any keyboard never breath in a bathroom where you flush the toilet never ever use the inside door handle on a public bathroom again Just beat your head against the door until someone lets you out proceed to the nearest vat of Lysol drown yourself Terrorism Another good addition to this series Except now I have concerns because Justis has leveled up way too much by the end which often means things are going to be pretty ho hum going forward Here's hoping that isn't the case for this series Terrorism I've read books from each of David Coe's fantasy series and the Justis Fearsson series is my least favorite It's not that Coe has not constructed a well plotted series He has He has created a world where certain individuals have magical abilities as weremystes and runemasters Some want to use their abilities for evil and Fearsson as an ex cop now PI finds himself up against the worst My personal beef is that there's something about the main character that doesn't work for me Part of it is his relationship with his non magically endowed girl friend It seems Coe recognizes the incongruity of that relationship by what he does to overcome their differences at the end of this story The other aspect of the character that doesn't win me over is knowing that it's through the use of magic that he'll carry the day Yes he's brave and all that but I'm never convinced he's in real danger By now in the third book of this series I know some variation of the rules of magic that I as a reader am not aware of will play a role in Fearsson's coming through in the endThat said Coe fans ought to give this series a try There is a progressive logic to the books in this seriesso I recommend reading them in order Terrorism