Fracture

Fracture Allyn Kaplan s life is anything but magical As a first year associate at a prestigious Portland law firm his professional life is on the rise All that is turned upside down by a mysterious attack on

  • Title: Fracture
  • Author: CraigAndrews
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 436
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Allyn Kaplan s life is anything but magical As a first year associate at a prestigious Portland law firm, his professional life is on the rise All that is turned upside down by a mysterious attack on his life by strange people with stranger abilities Thrust into an underground world of magic where rival Families are on the brink of war, Allyn wants only to return to hisAllyn Kaplan s life is anything but magical As a first year associate at a prestigious Portland law firm, his professional life is on the rise All that is turned upside down by a mysterious attack on his life by strange people with stranger abilities Thrust into an underground world of magic where rival Families are on the brink of war, Allyn wants only to return to his normal life and thriving career But distancing himself from this new reality is nearly impossible Haunted by the attack and questioning why he was targeted to begin with, Allyn s questions only deepen with the sudden disappearance of his sister The only place to turn for answers, and for help, is a Magi Family whose agenda he wants no part of Yet with his sister s life on the line, he may have no choice but to pick a side.

    One thought on “Fracture”

    1. Different mage storyThis mage story was different to most I have read and I really enjoyed it. The characters were so well written and as enjoyable as the story itself

    2. I actually stopped reading this about halfway through when I really couldn't figure out where this guy was going with the story. I understand that authors give you a touch of info, hoping that it will tease you enough to keep reading, but this guy was either too obscure, or I was too obtuse to catch on. I had no clue where he was going with the story and found that I really didn't care, so I just put it down.

    3. Very interesting bookIf I had the option to give this book ten stars I would. This was one of the best books I've ever read for free.

    4. Fantastic read!I really enjoyed this book - the author effortlessly took me on an intriguing and extremely well written journey into the fascinating world of the magi I want to learn more about. I see great potential in the author's work and would love to see this on screen one day. I read the book in a few days as it drew me in so well and I just had to buy the next book in the series! You will not regret reading this book but you'll miss out if you don't.

    5. Reading and reviewing books This was a good book. Very fast paced and lots of excitement. It had a different twist about modern magic. I liked it.

    6. Oy. One of those troublesome books that was entertaining; had enough story innovation to avoid feeling like a retread of every other urban fantasy out there; had a decent protagonist; and yet, lacked some hard-to-quantify spark to make it memorable.The story in a nutshell. Allyn is a lawyer, determined to make a name for himself, working 12 or more hours a day to impress the boss. Once, he was close to his twin sister, but his obsession with work has come between them. It's only when she disappe [...]

    7. I am a sci-fi genre fan. In my experience, there are few books that capture your attention right from the start. FRACTURE is one of those books. From the first chapter right up until the end, Allyn and the story of the Families was interesting and engaging. You *wanted* to know what was going to happen. In my opinion, the best part of reading this book was the imagery. Characters, locations, and the interactions could be imagined with ease; that made the story much more enjoyable - I felt like I [...]

    8. An Amazing BookThis book is of a genre I've not read before, but men, it's such an engaging story! I love this idea of magic in the real, modern world. The characters are engaging and I'm so glad the second book in the series came out; now I can see what happens next.

    9. I am picky about the fantasy/Science fiction books that I read. Craig Andrews you have caught my interest with this book The Machinist #1 and Splinter #2 in the series. Keep up the great writing. Can't wait for #3.

    10. Too SlowAround and around going nowhere. I finally gave up a little over half way through. Not good enough to waste any more time with.

    11. Freaking awesome!I loved this book! Totally new and a nice change from the usual magic in fantasy that is normally seen!

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