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FREE DOWNLOAD ´ Necromancing the Stone ã [PDF / Epub] ☆ Necromancing the Stone Author Lish McBride – Dcmdirect.co.uk With the defeat of the evil Douglas behind him Sam LaCroix is getting used to his new life Okay so he hadn’t exactly planned on being a powerful necromancer with a seat on the local magical council With the defeaWith the defeat of the evil Douglas behind him Sam LaCroix is getting used to his new life Okay so he hadn’t exactly planned on being a powerful necromancer with a seat on the local magical council and a capricious werewolf sort of girlfriend but things are Necromancing the MOBI #181 going fine ri. Win an ARC of Necromancing the Stone over at The Midnight Garden Open internationally through 73045 stars At long last it's here This review contains some spoilers from the first book so proceed at your own riskAfter killing the evil necromancer Douglas Montgomery in last year's hilarious Hold Me Closer Necromancer Sam LaCroix has not only inherited Douglas' seat on their town's supernatural Council but he's inherited his huge house his shapeshifting cat butler James and a small army of angry jam loving gnomes as well Just as he's settling into his new position as head of a very unusual household however his sister gets a nasty threat delivered to her door and a sudden death changes everything One thing a necromancer should always keep in mind after all is that just because someone's dead doesn't mean they stay that wayIt feels like we've been waiting for this seuel forever and I'm so pleased to report that catching up with Sam and his crew is even fun the second time around Necromancing is tautly plotted faster funnier and full of even madcap moments than the last time aroundFun Necromancing MadnessA vengeful undead enemy CheckA werebear best friend CheckA harbinger of death who uses a Blackberry CheckA pointy toothed beef jerky loving pygmy cupacabra CheckStupidly entertaining gnome names like Chauncey the Devourer of Souls or Gnoman Polanski CheckDeceitful companions who just might be enemies CheckAside from the zany one liners and good hud characters there are also surprising moments of gravity that I really appreciated Okay so they happen to involve a sad zombie panda and throat cutting but still I also got the wish I expressed in my review of Necromancer which was that the antagonist would be fully developed and nuanced I loved the way the author explored his back story and the climax and resolution felt properly serious and satisfactory without being too somber for a book like thisIf I were to nitpick I do wish a little had been done with the awesome secondary cast While I really liked the werewolf politics involving Sam's girlfriend Brid and her pack I would love to have seen done with the werebear gnomes etc Right now they're mostly there for comic relief while there was such a great opportunity to utilize them in the action and interpersonal scenes I'm also not sure that James the cat shapeshifter also need to have a second form view spoileras a dragon hide spoiler

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GhtWell not really He’s pretty tired of getting beat up by everyone and their mother for one thing and he can’t help but feel that his new house hates him His best friend is a werebear someone is threatening his sister and while Sam realizes that he himself has a lot of power at his fingertips h. 38972 starsThis one is going to be super short because I just don’t have much to say I never do about this series even though I love it These books are completely enjoyable and fun and they make me smile I love that Sam the “sensitive beta male” isn’t afraid to let his alpha girlfriend be a powerful leader even at the expense of their relationship I love that he’s willing to step aside and respect her decisions and give her time to work out her own life Sam is like that sweet crunchy granola guy who I’m sure we’ve all met a few times in our lives – he’s unassuming and kind easy to talk to and he just wants to get along In this book he has to take a bit decisive action in his life but he finds a way to do it that’s true to his character and I really appreciated that He also becomes somewhat of a badass in a crunchy granola sort of way which is pretty satisfying to witness This book also had me cackling like a mad woman Lish McBride’s humor is easy and effortless and often reminds me of me and my friends just sitting around making random jokes Which is probably why it completely works on meOh and here’s a song for this one tooPeter Bjorn and John May Seem MacabreAlso seen at The Readventurer with four other mini reviews

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Necromancing the StoneE’s not exactly sure how to use it Which he has to admit is a bit disconcerting But when everything starts falling apart he decides it’s time to step up and take control His attempts to do so just bring up uestions though the most important of which is than a little alarming Is Douglas really de. So much fun This time a year ago has it been that long I was gushing over how much I loved this and that in Hold Me Closer Necromancer Sam and his buddies' return rekindled some of that love Sam is not the same screw up he was before but he still does stick his foot in it at times only made funnier with him still having some of the best lines and having friends who are each all endearing one way or another He’s inherited all that had been Douglas’ power riches and plenty other little oddities It is Sam’s attempts at fitting things together that reveal of his go easy kid go with flow attitude; but it’s also the very same that has him ignore at his peril certain things Him figuring out how he fit in Douglas’ place with Douglas’s people had him looking on the bright side even when there was none So it should be no surprise to find Sam screwing up getting up and trying to make things right over and over againSam the vegetarian necromancer on the supernatural council makes it seem like the secondary characters have not much going for them How can a shifter compare to that or a vampire for that matter The thing is all of them were eually uirky funny With them as backdrop he’s lack of know how is emphasized but it’s also against them that kindness shines brighter Because with the pack everything is all about business It’s here we catch a glimpse into their how to’s and who to go to’s; and it’s a glimpse that’s made me curious because Bran Brid and Sean differ so greatly Things are made doubly hard where he stands with them is made less certain with things that unfold An out of nowhere heart ache development moment mind you It’s not an unimportant heart ache y moment either as it is what propels all of them into action But them in action is key here There’s a lot if Sam trying to catch up with others with his friends Ramon a were bear so much win right thereBrooke and her ghostliness Frank being mini James and Brid and her brothers being pack The thing I loved most It wasn’t just Sam It’s him with everyone else; that genuine affection he has for them and even those little guilty moments he feels because of them Simply there’s a genuine and fun connection here that I liked Also the fact that no matter how different he may think he is there is always someone or something odder to consider I mean just take the gnomes Big Foot and a cat obsessed chupacabra I cracked up at how he and his friends tip toed around each other then didn’t Add a little drama that had my heart clutch all of a sudden overall this was fun fast and different A lot of this reminds me I need to pick up Hexed now45