A secret society of mages and shape-shifters is at war with blood magic-wielding bad-guys. It would be super cool if the world weren't, you know, in danger of being overrun by evil buttheads. When the Paragon Society needs a situation contained, they call in their top battle mage, Lucy, a dual-blade wielding, fireball throwing, kicker of butts. But a traumatic injury has fractured Lucy's psyche, leaving her trapped deep inside her subconscious. The Society and her friends are desperate to save her and are willing to try anything. The devised plan seems simple enough; Orson and the gang will get magicked into Lucy's mind, locate her, and bring her out. Yeah, right. Lucy's mind has gone into protection mode, perceiving any rescue attempt as a threat and the last place anyone wants to be is on the wrong side of a pissed-off battle mage.
I'd never heard of the author, but the story-line was so intriguing I decided to purchase it. So glad I did. I really enjoyed this book! I gave it 4 out of 5 stars. I would have given it 5 stars, except I was disgusted by several PC agendas being shoved down our throats. The story would have been far better without them, they weren't needed and added nothing to the story but disruption. Seemed they were added as an afterthought, as though someone else suggested he incorporate them into the book? Just my opinion. I also didn't appreciate the anti-God / anti-Christian rhetoric, but at least that wasn't a constant issue in this book. Seems everyone is supposed to be tolerant of everyone else except Christians? Not hardly fair to Christians, is it? But otherwise, this book was unique and the story-line riveting.
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