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Dead Lucky Audiobook

Dead Lucky: Ghosts & Magic, Book 1.5

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When a strange message arrives through an even stranger channel, necromancer Conor Night is driven to discover its meaning, even if it takes a road trip that he might not be healthy enough to survive. Joined by his sexy partner and an undead wise-ass, he's about to rush headlong into a magic and mayhem-filled night in New Orleans that will leave his future riding on a roll of the dice.

Luck, be a lady....

Dead Lucky is a standalone novella set in the contemporary, urban fantasy world of Ghosts & Magic. It precedes Dead of Night in the timeline, and is a great place to sample the series, get a deeper look into Conor's backstory, or simply enjoy the ride.

©2014 Michael R. Forbes (P)2015 Michael R. Forbes

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  • Stardrifter
    Toronto, Canada
    12/04/16
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    "Evil Voodoo Dice Hooray!"

    This was a fun, short prequel to the first novel in the series, Dead of Night.

    I'll be honest, I bought this one more for the narration than the story (but still for the story, as I really liked the first book!). Finding out how he got the dice was pretty awesome.

    Narration was amazing as is usual with Jeff Hays. The special effects helped immerse me in the experience, but I still maintain that like in the first book, the coughing fits and a few of the laughs sound forced and a bit awkward. I can easily get over that though, I guess. It's a personal preference, and some people probably dig it. The spooky evil voodoo ghost voices make up for it, for sure.

    3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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