I'm Cisco Suarez, and a week ago I was dead.
Cursed into serving a clandestine shadow group, I have a lot of blood on my hands. Good thing I also have a juvenile problem with authority. I'm not taking orders anymore, and the first thing on my bucket list is bringing them down.
If I'm good at anything, it's looking in dark places. But I've got shadows of my own. Horrific deeds coming back to haunt me, and not the metaphorical kind of haunting, either. I'm talking ghosts, mages, and that thing with the glowing red eyes.
Just goes to show you, it really is true what they say: What goes around comes around. I only hope to give more than I get.
Is resurrection overrated or what?
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Gives new meaning to playing with shadows
Shadow Play, and the Black Magic Outlaw series, is one of the best stories that I've listened to. It is within my top 10 audio series.
The ending. I can't say I was surprised but I didn't pick who the person was. In fact I thought it was the other family member.
I found it really funny how the poltergist kept playing country music songs and how Melina kept saying the situation was like a sad country song.
This is another great book in the series. It had great character development and a well thought out storyline. I did not see the ending coming, though I can't say I was completely surprised. This story really blurred the line of who you thought was good and who you thought was bad. I continue to like all the characters, even the 'Spanaird', who I think isn't quite as wicked as what Cisco seems to think. I'm really looking forward to the next book in the series.
- Fiona Maxwell