Today I’m returning to familiar territory for my review: fantasy. However, I’m traveling down an avenue with which I haven’t had much experience, i.e. urban fantasy. I’m no stranger to fantasy which incorporates technology and other modern elements, namely Eoin Colfer’s Artemis Fowl and Rick Riordan’s Percy Jackson and the Olympians, but Summer of Magic is arguably for more mature audiences.
Logan Keys’ new book is out, and it has an awesome cover.
Logan is a writer who uses her fiction to entertain and to bring up issues that confront us all. Not your average genre dystopian; instead, she’s a writer who wants to reach out to you, me and generations to come about not letting things get that bad.
When she’s not writing zombies, vampires, superheroes, and robots, she’s fighting against government over-reach and oligarchy using military tactics mixed with a little bit of poetry. (That right there! Whoo Hoo, you go woman! Oligarchies are bad for all living things. With the exception of oligarchs, and they don’t like you.)
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Of Cats and Sea Monster is the second issue in the Cat Daddy series that features Jericho and his vet and cat daddy DVM All Medley.
We got more mayhem, more murders and more ghosts waiting for you in this newest novella. We even have ships taking off from Hell’s own ports. Come and get it!
In the idilyc coastal town of Urchin Cove, Jericho, the official clinic cat for the town’s only vet had hoped to spend the summer relaxing after helping break up a dog fighting ring in the spring.
He had been longing to let the summer sun soak into his jet-black fur, but it was not meant to be. He is dragged into a missing persons case that leads to one murder, and then another, Jericho’s summer goes off with a bang.
Worse, the seas monsters are returning to Urchin Cove, the mono-clawed kitten is missing, and a haunted ship has set sail from the furthest reaches of hell with cargo and passengers keen to wipe the Cove of the map.