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Free ↠ Ink & Sigil By Kevin Hearne – Tamekatrine.info Al MacBharrais Is Both Blessed And Cursed He Is Blessed With An Extraordinary White Moustache, An Appreciation For Craft Cocktails And A Most Unique Magical Talent He Can Cast Spells With Magically Enchanted Ink And He Uses His Gifts To Protect Our World From Rogue Minions Of Various Pantheons, Especially The FaeBut He Is Also Cursed Anyone Who Hears His Voice Will Begin To Feel An Inexplicable Hatred For Al, So He Can Only Communicate Through The Written Word Or Speech Apps And His Apprentices Keep Dying In Peculiar Freak Accidents As His Personal Life Crumbles Around Him, He Devotes His Life To His Work, All The While Trying To Crack The Secret Of His CurseBut When His Latest Apprentice, Gordie, Turns Up Dead In His Glasgow Flat, Al Discovers Evidence That Gordie Was Living A Secret Life Of Crime Now Al Is Forced To Play Detective While Avoiding Actual Detectives Who Are Wondering Why Death Seems To Always Follow Al Investigating His Apprentice S Death Will Take Him Through Scotland S Magical Underworld, And He Ll Need The Help Of A Mischievous Hobgoblin If He S To Survive Thank you to the publishers and NetGalley for an eARC in exchange for an honest review.Ink Sigil follows Aloysius MacBharrais, affectionately known as Al to his friends, a sigil agent He and four other people from around the world oversee territories where they help keep supernatural goings on under wraps and policing the human fae peace treaty Al s world is thrown askew when his apprentice is found dead and Al finds that there was a violation of the treaty right under his nose What will Al Thank you to the publishers and NetGalley for an eARC in exchange for an honest review.Ink Sigil follows Aloysius MacBharrais, affectionately known as Al to his friends, a sigil agent He and four other people from around the world oversee territories where they help keep supernatural goings on under wraps and policing the human fae peace treaty Al s world is thrown askew when his apprentice is found dead and Al finds that there was a violation of the treaty right under his nose What will Al do with the help of his friends and colleagues to help set things right And can he keep those around him from being hurt in the process I went into this novel without having read the Iron Druid novels, and as this is set in the same world I was afraid I wouldn t be able to follow, however the author does a phenomenal job of building the world and where the characters fit into it The characters themselves are all top notch and not a single page was wasted by following any of them The reason I give this a three star rating however is that the ending felt incomplete Sure, it s probably the beginning of a series, but I feel like first novels in a series fall into the trap of how can I wrap this up but also leave it open This story is definitely left open, but I feel like there was no climax to the story It just kept building wonderfully, sure but it didn t really lead anywhere This is one of those could this have been an introductory novella rather than a full on book but I struggle with my own feelings on that since the pages were still filled with fun and adventure.Overall, Ink Sigil is a strong beginning to a series, but I wish it would have had better closure when books are usually only published once a year per series I recommend this series for anyone 13 who loves fantasy and fae It s an entertaining, magical, action packed return to the Iron Druid Chronicles universe with brand new Sigil Agent in his sixties with magnificent white moustache, amazing taste of alcoholic beverages and fantastic skill gives him enough power to fight against Faes But unfortunately this blessed man is also cursed with his voice as soon as he starts to talk, anyone hears him starts hating his guts and it ends with dangerous and deadly consequences So he chooses to be better safe than sorry It s an entertaining, magical, action packed return to the Iron Druid Chronicles universe with brand new Sigil Agent in his sixties with magnificent white moustache, amazing taste of alcoholic beverages and fantastic skill gives him enough power to fight against Faes But unfortunately this blessed man is also cursed with his voice as soon as he starts to talk, anyone hears him starts hating his guts and it ends with dangerous and deadly consequences So he chooses to be better safe than sorry and use speech apps to fool the people around and his crafted skill about casting spells with magically enchanted ink gives him enough power he needs But now his seventh apprentice Gordie is killed and he needs to find out the perpetrator which means he needs to take a long trip in Scotland to dig outand convince a truly batshit crazy hobglobin to be his partner in crime to solve the mystery so let the magical ink games begin It s unique, moving and enjoyable reading with so many eccentric characters and I always admire Kevin Hearne s imagination to open us new and dazzling universes doors and enjoy our adventurous ride with him I had some hard time to decipher the dialogues between Scottish men so it slowed down my pace just a little bit to search for true meanings of their words but overall it was remarkably interesting and intriguing brand new series and I m in to readSpecial thanks to NetGalley and Del Rey Books for sharing this intriguing ARC with me I forgot to add how spectacular this cover is in exchange my honest review.bloginstagramfacebooktwitter Ink Sigil features a very appealing cover Ink Sigil features a master wizard who makes sigils paper spells , but is cursed so that he can t speak without being hated It is told in heavy Scottish dialect and even comes with a short glossary of word usage However, I m not a big fan of urban fantasy, a sub genre of fantasy where the modern world through some twist of fate is peopled by elves, wizards, fairies, gnomes, and all sorts of imaginary beings Maybe this would holdappeal to Ink Sigil features a very appealing cover Ink Sigil features a master wizard who makes sigils paper spells , but is cursed so that he can t speak without being hated It is told in heavy Scottish dialect and even comes with a short glossary of word usage However, I m not a big fan of urban fantasy, a sub genre of fantasy where the modern world through some twist of fate is peopled by elves, wizards, fairies, gnomes, and all sorts of imaginary beings Maybe this would holdappeal to fans of the genre It s just not right for me Is there anything better than a book that not only transports you to another reality, but does so while with a fresh and unique flair Al MacBharrais is not your typical magical user He isn t young and dashing, he s been cursed, but his ability to create magic out of ink and paper Kevin Hearnes INK SIGIL is part mystery and mayhem and one hundred percent entertaining as Al attempts to discover why his apprentices are dying and what evil is lurking in the shadows Let go of reality as you kno Is there anything better than a book that not only transports you to another reality, but does so while with a fresh and unique flair Al MacBharrais is not your typical magical user He isn t young and dashing, he s been cursed, but his ability to create magic out of ink and paper Kevin Hearnes INK SIGIL is part mystery and mayhem and one hundred percent entertaining as Al attempts to discover why his apprentices are dying and what evil is lurking in the shadows Let go of reality as you know it, embrace a world filled with magic, hobgoblins and a quirky group of allies as Al becomes his own brand of detective in a world many couldn t imagine even exists, while avoiding the real detectives around every corner.Prepare for some humor, some unusual characters, a lot of darkness and a look into the world of magic, power and plenty of action Entertaining, well developed and set at a pace that will keep readers turning pages.I received a complimentary ARC edition from Del Rey This is my honest and voluntary review.Series Ink Sigil Book 1Publisher Del Rey August 25, 2020 Publication Date August 25, 2020Genre Fantasy FictionPrint Length 336 pagesAvailable fromBarnes NobleFor Reviews, Giveaways, Fabulous Book News, follow

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