Myth Adventures

Myth Adventures Something evil is going down in Atlanta Mojo Mysteries Book Adrian Broussard and Greg Woodhall are attending OutlantaCon Atlanta s annual gay geek conference and are looking forward to a weekend o

  • Title: Myth Adventures
  • Author: Ally Blue
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 229
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Something evil is going down in Atlanta Mojo Mysteries, Book 3Adrian Broussard and Greg Woodhall are attending OutlantaCon, Atlanta s annual gay geek conference, and are looking forward to a weekend of cosplay and general nerdy fun As they mingle with other conference goers, though, Adrian feels a strange, cold energy emanating from a man dressed as a satyr.EncountersSomething evil is going down in AtlantaMojo Mysteries, Book 3Adrian Broussard and Greg Woodhall are attending OutlantaCon, Atlanta s annual gay geek conference, and are looking forward to a weekend of cosplay and general nerdy fun As they mingle with other conference goers, though, Adrian feels a strange, cold energy emanating from a man dressed as a satyr.Encounters with storybook creatures roaming the streets only increase the chilly tendrils teasing Adrian s sixth sense strong enough to cause disturbing visions of Greg s existence being erased.When a girl at the conference goes missing, then turns up dead, clues literally drop in their laps as Adrian begins to fear the cold, alien energy is engulfing the whole city And in danger of swallowing up his lover.To Adrian s horror, his worst nightmare is realized Now both he and Greg must call on reserves of strength and resourcefulness they never knew they possessed to save Atlanta, and each other.Warning This book contains weird critters, Hell Lanta, regular Atlanta, a creepy escalator, awesome cosplay geeks, temples that aren t but totally are , and liberal use of mojo mind powers.

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    1. This was a very different installment of the series, in my opinion. Adrian didn't call in his family, but he did receive help from some interesting characters. Greg and Adrian both seem to be changing the course of the lives, still together, just individually different people. The book as a whole wasn't as light and fun as I recall this series being. Usually there's darkness layered with a lot of funny, instead it was darkness layered with a lot of heavy. Not bad, just not what I was expecting. [...]

    2. I am a fan of Ms Blue's Bay City Paranormal Investigations so when I saw that she started another paranormal investigation series, I hopped on it. Adrian and Greg aren't as mature as the Bay City group but they work well together. The writing is tight and the story just sucked me in. There were a couple of disappointments but to reveal them would be a spoiler. It's well worth reading the book just for the wild ride. The ending left just enough of a window for the series to be continued.

    3. 5 Heart Review from Robertaow, this book had me up early and I didn’t stop reading until I had finished this book. I picked this book because I remember reading some of Ally’s other books and I knew Adrian’s last name. When I started reading and FINALLY figured out why…I was like…Damn…I knew that last name.I liked that this book is part of a series. I liked that even though this is the 3rd book in the series, I totally could follow everything without feeling lost and confused. I woul [...]

    4. The mojo series is horror/paranormal on training wheels. The evening new is frightening enough. Why add monsters, demon possession etc to the mix? This lighter version of the genre is perfect. I also really like that gay, lesbian, interracial couples are the norm. Acceptance that is a refreshing change.Adrian and Greg are a cute couple in their mid-twenties. Unlike most books with twenty somethings, these two are responsible and well grounded. They have jobs, share an apartment, and a life. Greg [...]

    5. Scary! It's not really like the previous books. This time, the enemy is not ghosts, but human cult with a deranged leader who wants to open a portal between worlds to let their gods into this world. The world Greg fell into is so scary, but also makes one wonders. What is that world? where do the satyrs and fairies live? I feel like the next book in Mojo Mysteries will further explore this new world Adrian and Greg accidentally fell into, but I also still want more ghost stories from them.

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