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Fairy Tales are very literal survival guides. Ignore them at your peril…
Nate Temple has gotten away with a lot in recent years: cow-tipping the Minotaur, decimating a gang of weredragons, sucker punching angels, and eating pancakes with the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. He’s kidnapped one of the most powerful wizards on the planet and slaughtered the Brothers Grimm. Lady Luck has been very good to Nate Temple…
Nate's good fortune has turned, catching the attention of a recruiter - the kind of person who offers jobs that can’t be refused.
The kind of job that comes with perks like selling your soul to your new employer. That’s when a wizard tastes real fear - when he learns that all the biggest, baddest monsters actually work for the same guy - and they do so against their will.
Silver Tongue…The nightmare everyone both knows, and doesn't know…
Lady Luck better have one more good toss of the dice for Nate, or this will be the last game he ever plays. Unless he can find a way to cheat the house.
If you like Jim Butcher, Kevin Hearne, Steve McHugh, Michael Anderle, Ilona Andrews, Patricia Briggs, Shannon Mayer, or K.F. Breene, you won't be able to put down the highly addictive Nate Temple Series.
“Shayne Silvers, Jim Butcher, and Kevin Hearne are easily my favorite Urban Fantasy Authors. In that order.” (Michael Anderle, Amazon Top 25 Best-selling Author)
More than 1 million copies downloaded and thousands of five-star reviews. Available in digital, print, and audiobook formats.
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ITS A CHAPTER SKIPPING MISERY OF A READ
The first book was good, 2nd book ok, 3rd book kind of ridiculous, and the 4th book is extremely arduous and painful to listen too. I had to skip 8 entire chapters because the author wastes so much time on stupidity. There is an over abundance of ridiculous happenings and scenes and plots that take the story nowhere. They are fill in words to make the price of the book more expensive without having to add decent content to the story. In other words, the author is screwing everyone that buys his books.
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