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Ghost City (Lark Case Files Book 3) [Epub] ❤ Ghost City (Lark Case Files Book 3) Author Christian Read – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Lark messed with the Devil and paid the price Exiled from The City he’s wandering the land looking for safe haven Without allies friends his old places of power that seems real unlikely So when he n Lark messed with the Devil and paid the price Exiled from The City he’s wandering the land looking for safe haven Without allies friends his old places of power that seems real unlikely So when he notices someone using his own personal sorcerous symbols he can’t leave it be Is someone looking for him Or luring him into a trap Or just stealing his best moves Any which way it’s nothing he can leave be Now he’s in a small town somewhere he’s never been before But Crosscut is dying Everyone is sick nothing is well Even the ghosts are feverish And Lark is right where someone wants him He’s made enemies his entire life but the one who hates him most of all he never even met Lonely desperate Lark will have to face off with a magician who knows him well A magician who hates him like poison And something else hidden down in the black earth waiting Lark’s never been this vulnerable Which means he’s never been this desperate Alone in a Ghost City.


2 thoughts on “Ghost City (Lark Case Files Book 3)

  1. Kyla Ward Kyla Ward says:

    All of this rural shit is getting to me Thinking like a crazy wizard on the edge of town and that ain't meMagic demands sacrifice The chain smoking Tradition hacking protagonist of the Lark Case Files of which this is Book Three has sacrificed a lot already From being a prisoner in his home city he has become an exile roaming the world in search of a sign Ghost City begins when he finds it The narrative concerns what he has left to give and why he'd even consider doing soHaunted country town? Check Something ghastly lurking in the woods? Oh yes Layer upon layer of traps and misdirection? Read's signature blend of occult ingenuity and extreme violence? In spades and all in Lark's delightfully caustic voice Having said which this is not the tightest of the series Lark is alone for a good part of the proceedings and even once Bettina his undead bodyguard and one of the best continuing characters turns up guilt keeps him going round in circlesNonetheless the story unfolds in a pleasingly inexorable way Secrets are exposed Things get nasty It's not giving anything away especially to readers of the first two books to say that this damaged man will never be the magus this city wants Which is exactly what a book like this needs A paradoxically lively read with twists I did not see coming


  2. Richard Harrison Richard Harrison says:

    Probably my least favourite of the Lark novels to date but still a great read Great broken protagonist and always a strong sense of the looming darkness Never predictable always interesting


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