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There are so many of them that an acronym page was necessary. It made me nuts. So why didn't I toss it when I realized that I was going to have to work at understanding the story? Because it was urban fantasy at its finest. And that fact more than made up for my ignorance of the backstory. What I know is this: The main character is an operative for a top secret government agency whose purpose is to hold Chaos at bay and keep the worlds of which there are many safe. Her bodyguard is her boyfriend.
He wants to get married but she balks at the very mention of the idea. Her family is rather colorful. Her father, a world walker, is in an alternate-Earth prison. When her brothers, one a world walker like Dad and the other a finder no idea what that means , are kidnapped during a world hopping attempt to find and rescue their father, Nola and her boyfriend, Ari, are called to find and rescue the rescuers.
They join forces with Spare14, a clone of an agent with another agency much larger and more powerful than either Nola's or Ari's respective employers. The plot is clever and Kerr's dialogue made me laugh out loud. The characters are strange and wonderful. There's a psychic squid and a pride of bad-ass were-leopards. There's a world hopping creature that delivers messages and eats leftovers. There are archangels and long suffering landlords. Her nod to Douglas Adams was choice. When I got past the 'huh? I think I may have found out a subplot point or two that are drawn out in the first two books.
But that's OK. I don't mind spoilers. And I am definitely planning to pick up the first two books in this series so that I will be up to date when the fourth is released on down the road. Definitely worth the read. Feb 16, Katharine Kimbriel rated it really liked it Recommends it for: contemporary fantasy lovers, fans of Nola O'Grady books, Katharinr Kerr fans,. Shelves: contemporary-fantasy.
Born into a large Irish-American Catholic family of eccentrics, Nola came into her power in her mid-teens, and discovered that nothing would ever be the same again. Now she works for the preservation of Harmony — balance in the Universe. Nola has managed to keep her distance from her crazy, enthusiastic family for years, but her agency has now based her in San Francisco, her hometown.
Chaos sightings have increased on the Pacific coast, doors into another world have been confirmed, and people are starting to cross in from multiple dimensions with distressing frequency. In fact, Nola helped her brother bring back one young woman from a horrendous alternate San Francisco. Now the friendships her brother made over on the other side have led to his disappearance. Kerr has chosen two galloping individuals as her protagonists. Nola is a deep introvert, both entangled and feuding with her family, anorexic in her desire to control her relationship with food, while Ari is hyper focused on his calling, has serious control issues, and has managed to alienate the majority of his working associates with his blunt micro-managing.
They weave their way through a San Francisco that is both familiar and strange even to folk who know the city. But let me stress a few things. This is not a romance. This is not a paranormal romance. This is fantasy noir with humor and touches of romance. Looking forward to the next one! Jan 31, Jaime Twisting the Lens rated it it was ok Shelves: first-reads , did-not-finish. I won this book through GoodReads FirstReads. Did Not Finish.
This is tough to review, because I did not realize this is the third book in a series. Because of this, there really is a lot of background story and details that I feel a bit lost without knowing. I am one of those people who like to approach series in order, and am not good coming in in the middle of things. That being said, the story does seem to have a few things to offer that seem a bit different than your standard paranormal ficti I won this book through GoodReads FirstReads.
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However, the writing does tend to be somewhat paint by the numbers. There is a conflict between good and evil, there is a romance that is stronger than everything, and the details in the middle are what flush out the story. I think if you have read the series from the beginning, you will enjoy this book as well. I usually give books that I do not finish one star by default. But, I am giving this 2 stars, instead of 1, only because I do not feel right judging the story itself based on the previous books I have not read.
If I had read them, I would most likely feel more connected to the story and the characters. Jan 22, Megan rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites , fantastic-fantasy. Nola O'Grady gets deeper into the deviant world levels in the third installment of this exciting series. Greeted by a projection of a leopard-woman one morning, followed by a vision of the destruction of the level known as Interchange, Nola grabs her partner in every sense of the word and heads off on an exciting and fast-paced mission.
But it leads her somewhere I don't think she ever anticipated. Family s Nola O'Grady gets deeper into the deviant world levels in the third installment of this exciting series. Family secrets come to the surface as Nola finds out who her father really is, and where he has been for so long. The climax of the book comes upon the reader with anticipation and a big bang. And Nola makes a huge change for the better - but you'll have to read to find that one out. This is a fantastic addition to the series and sets up a great continuation into the next book, not yet published.
Check it out - you will enjoy this, and you'll be surprised at how the action carries you through. I finished in about two days, and enjoyed every minute! Feb 06, Kari Sperring rated it it was amazing. I've been a fan of Katherine Kerr right since her very first book Daggerspell and she just gets better and better.
This third volume in her Nola O'Grady urban fantasy series has it all -- pace, strong characters, cool stuff and an intricate, satisfying plot. Many urban fantasy series start of strongly but fade or become formulaic very fast. There's no sign of that here, though. Each book in the series has been stronger than the last, and the detail and complexity of the world-building is immac I've been a fan of Katherine Kerr right since her very first book Daggerspell and she just gets better and better.
Each book in the series has been stronger than the last, and the detail and complexity of the world-building is immaculate. Terrific stuff: I await the next one impatiently. Nov 04, Magnolia rated it liked it Shelves: paranormal-fantasy , m-f , three-petals. From Magnolia Reviews: Three Petals The world building of the deviant levels in this book was really well written, but it was so good that at times it eclipsed the characters and the plot.
I still have to recommend this book because overall I did enjoy it. Dec 11, Marty rated it really liked it. Number three in the series. Best so far. Oct 23, Jenni Ebba rated it it was amazing. If you haven't read the previous Nola O'Grady novels there is going to be much confusion on your part and some definite spoilage I fell in love with Kerr's Nola O'Grady novels from the first one and I have never been disappointed. In this novel Nola and her lover, Ariel Nathan, have to go to a deviant world where her brothers Sean and Michael have been kidnapped by an old gangster out for a profit.
I really thought there was major character development in this one and that Nola and Ari are definitely growing as a couple. Not to mention, I liked the little romance scenes when Nola was pulling classified information from Ari ;. I thought this novel was by bounds better than the last and the Spotties, who are actually from a deviant world where they evolved from leopards instead of primates, are a creepy touch that I cannot wait to see explored.
Ari also finally gets his wish, though it's at the end. They're not actual brother-sister because they were born in different worlds, but the deviant worlds are mirrors to one another! I guess Nola's mom looked enough like his sister that he fell for her! Let me just say that there has to be a next novel and I want the Spottie chick to come after Nola on her own turf.
I just thought that Nola was a little bit too timid in the deviant world, but taking in the fact that she was coming to terms with seeing her father again, accepting that she has an eating disorder, and having to find her wayward brothers-it's more than understandable.
I also want to see Ari have to choose his job or Nola because I thought there was too much imbalance between his work and Nola Apr 25, E. Nola and her brothers Michael and Sean are reluctantly anxious to get their father back from his exile but there are plenty of ramifications that may help or hinder their efforts. A frantic race to rescue her brothers from their imprisonment on an alternate world is complicated by mysterious interactions with leopard-people who have their own agenda as well as access to tools that facilitate their trips to Interworld and other locations.
Allies are needed in order to overcome the many obstacles encountered An inventive but bewilderingly busy tale of parallel worlds, fantastical mental powers, clones, secret agents, aliens, forgotten languages, and acronyms. A familiarity with the previous books in the series might help disentangle some of the complexity presented but then again, it might not. A brief description of the acronyms is available at the end of the tale.
Aug 09, Lyn Nicholas rated it really liked it Shelves: reviewed , paperback-mass-market , reviews. A humorous take on Urban Fantasy! This book is an intriguing mix of urban fantasy and political thriller. Alternate universes, secret organizations, aliens, rival gangs and were-leopards! There are so many refreshing new ideas in this series. I mean where else can you find were-leopards? The character development is excellent and I loved getting some insight into the lives A humorous take on Urban Fantasy! The character development is excellent and I loved getting some insight into the lives of Nola's two brothers.
I also really enjoyed the progression of Nola and her boyfriend Ari's relationship. They are just about the cutest couple in UF right now. These characters are a never-ending barrel of fun and I can't wait for you to get to know them too! It's unbelievable how deep the history of Nola's family goes and I love how much we've learned about them. I'm sure there's still much more to come, and I will definitely be there to find out in the next book. The subplots are just as vast and interesting as the main storyline and the dialogue has constant laugh-out-loud moments.
With stellar world-building, Katharine Kerr has really outdone herself in this installment. I strongly recommend this series. You can easily start here or just go out and get the whole series. Either way, I really think you'll enjoy this series as much as I have!
Review from FreshFiction. Feb 26, Ratkin rated it really liked it. I started reading the series almost by accident - - I impulse-bought the first book in the series "License to Ensorcell" based on the cover and the title. I almost gave up on the book itself quickly, since it's relatively far away from what I would normally read. I'm glad that I kept going.
The plots are good, the characters are fun, and the dry humor constantly sticking pins in bureacracy is a riot once you let it cree I'm not quite sure why I like Katharine Kerr's Nola O'Grady books, but I do. The plots are good, the characters are fun, and the dry humor constantly sticking pins in bureacracy is a riot once you let it creep up on you. You don't even want you know the official title for a feeling that you're in danger!
The twists and turns of the plot are a treat. Even in places where you can clearly tell what will happen next, Kerr's smooth writing style makes it fun getting there anyway. One warning: Start at the first book in the series and work your way through. While each could probably stand alone I can't say for sure, having read them in sequence , there's a lot of detail that builds from book to book. It's well worth the effort. Feb 23, Robert Stubbs rated it liked it. I received this book via the Goodreads First Reads for free. I admit I like series because If I like the first book then it follows that there's a very good chance I will like the other books that follow.
The first book is the origin story so to speak or the Introduction book to someone new that you might be interested in continuing to meet. Sometimes you break up though with that character because either you have changed or they appear to. Certainly the efforts to do the world s building, relationships, future conflicts and so are done in this story which is necessary to continue a series but I didn't feel the same zing that I got from the first book.
Honestly I haven't read the second book so I am not sure if this could be a factor in what feels off to me. Did the book interest me when I was reading it?
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Did the book entertain me when I was reading it? Would I tell people to get the book? A Conditional no. I would tell them to get the first book License to Ensorcell and make their decision from there. Oct 15, Cami rated it really liked it Shelves: aliens , werewolves , urban-fantasy , angels , paranormal , gods , read-in , library-book , series , ghosts. This book is definitely not a stand-alone story. It's important to read the preceding books before this one to understand what is going on.
I discovered this when I picked up this book first and read a few pages before I backtracked and read the first and second in the series before moving on. I really enjoy this series and the characters within. I could see the series continuing for quite awhile. The acronyms that I hated so much in the first book have simply become a minor annoyance in this one This book is definitely not a stand-alone story.
The acronyms that I hated so much in the first book have simply become a minor annoyance in this one. I still don't like them, but I've pretty much learned to ignore them. Nola's eating disorder is finally explained in this book, but I still feel it was an unnecessary addition to the story. I had suspicions about the reason for it, but waiting til the third book to explain it was way too long. I'm also unhappy about the final scene between Nola and her mother. Since I myself come from a totally different background, I guess it's hard for me to understand their point of view and resolution to the problem.
I'd elaborate, but I don't really want to get into it since it's a spoiler. I'll be looking forward to the next book, but I suspect it will be awhile before it's out. Nov 25, Sandra rated it really liked it. Not a fan of Nola's beloved baby brother whose cockiness and ego continually lead him into trouble that Nola has to get him out of plus her is a cheater which I hate. He cheated on Lisa with Sophie then Sophie with Ash but have to give props to Katherine as his behaviour is pretty true to what a 17 yr old boy would do in these situations.
And Nola's mother - what an absolutely disgusting excuse for a human being. She is a horrible person and a dreadful mother. Note that she also threw baby of the family Michael out as well as Nola. And view spoiler [ her sick jealousy of her husband natural affection for his daughter, deliberately giving her daughter an eating disorder, throwing her out for having a teen abortion when she is in a somewhat incestuous relationship with her genetic brother made we want terrible things to happen to her, not for her to get her beloved husband back.
Jan 26, Laura rated it it was ok Shelves: paranormal-thriller , urban-fantasy , fantasy. I've had this book sitting in my to-be-read pile for a while. I finally worked my way down to it. I like Katherine Kerr 's writing.
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She draws you into her world I like that Nola is finally figuring out she has an eating disorder. I don't like that it's getting worse. Where will she get therapy for it? I like that Ari wants to marry her. I don't like Nola's views of marriage or the Catholic church. I don't care much for Michael. Sophie is too broken for such a wild child. I'm not too sure what to make of Nola's dad. He's had a huge impact on Nola. Is his influence going to be good for her? There's bunches of issues here. I don't like Nola's bribes to Ari. All in all, it's a creepy world Katherine Kerr has created, filled with broken people.
It was a bit too dark for my taste. Jan 30, Claire rated it really liked it. Nola and Ari are barely given any breathing space before Nola's brothers go missing in alternate San Francisco and they have to track them down and rescue them. Along the way Ari is recruited to an interworld Interpol and Nola is aided by a psychic squid. I love these books. The urban refers to the lovely San Francisco setting which is a character in its own right and has its own incarnations in the multiverse and the fantasy is magical realism. Nola and Ari are rounded people who have their own Nola and Ari are barely given any breathing space before Nola's brothers go missing in alternate San Francisco and they have to track them down and rescue them.
Nola and Ari are rounded people who have their own issues and who are working through them in order to develop as both individuals and as a couple. The humour is gentle but pervasive. The secondary characters are all begging to get series of their own I want to know more about Kathleen's pet powers, I want more romance with numbers girl, I want Sophie to go on to college. Definitely a series to follow.
Feb 02, Georgiann Hennelly rated it it was amazing.
Nola O,Grady is a secret agent who has enough on her hands when a were Leopard accuses her of accepting stolen property. But things get worse. A mysterious trans-world law enforcement group wants to recruit her body guard and partner Ari Nathan an Israeli interpol officer. His new loyalties might hurt their relationship. Than Michael her younger brother goes searching for their missing father and gets himself and Sean in a world of trouble- in a dangerous deviant world version of San Francisco Nola O,Grady is a secret agent who has enough on her hands when a were Leopard accuses her of accepting stolen property.
Than Michael her younger brother goes searching for their missing father and gets himself and Sean in a world of trouble- in a dangerous deviant world version of San Francisco. Can Nola and Ari find them in time. Before their kidnappers murder them?