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Magic Burns [Format Kindle]

Ilona Andrews
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Chapter One

The phone rang in the middle of the night. The magic wave was in full swing, and the phone shouldn't have worked, but it rang anyway, again and again, outraged over being ignored, until finally I reached over and picked it up.

"Yehmmm?"

"Rise and shine, Kate." The smooth cultured voice on the line suggested a slender, elegant, handsome man, all things that Jim was not. At least not in his human shape.

I clawed my eyes open long enough to glance at the windup clock across the room. "Two in the morning. Some of us sleep during the night."

"I've got a gig," Jim said.

I sat up in the bed, wide awake. A gig was good—I needed the money. "Half."

"Third."

"Half."

"Thirty-five percent." Jim's voice hardened.

"Half."

The phone went silent as my former Guild partner mulled it over. "Okay, forty."

I hung up. The bedroom lay quiet. My curtains were open and moonlight sifted into the room through the metal grate shielding the window. The moonlight acted as a catalyst and the metal bars glowed with a weak bluish patina where the silver in the alloy interacted with the ward spell. Beyond the bars, Atlanta slept like some hulking beast of legend, dark and deceptively peaceful. When the magic wave ended, as it inevitably would, the beast would awaken in an explosion of electric light and possibly gunfire.

My ward wouldn't stop a bullet, but it kept the magic hazmat out of my bedroom, and that was good enough.

The phone rang. I let it ring twice before I picked it up.

"Fine." Jim's voice had a hint of a snarl in it. "Half."

"Where are you?"

"In the parking lot under your window, Kate."

Calling from a pay phone, which shouldn't have worked, either. I reached for my clothes, left by the bed for just such an occasion. "What's the gig?"

"Some arsonist wacko."

***

Forty-five minutes later, I was winding my way through an underground garage and cursing Jim under my breath. With the lights knocked out by magic, I couldn't see my hand in front of my nose.

A fireball blossomed in the pitch-black depth of the garage. Huge, churning with violent red and yellow, it roared toward me. I jumped behind the concrete support, my throwing knife sweaty in my hands. Heat bathed me. For a moment I couldn't breathe, and then the fire hurtled past me to burst in an explosion of sparks against the wall.

A thin gleeful cackle emanated from the garage depths. I peeked out from behind the support in the direction of the sound. Nothing but darkness. Where was the tech shift when you needed one?

Across from me at the next row of supports Jim raised his hand and touched his fingers to his thumb a few times, imitating an opening and closing beak. Negotiate. He wanted me to engage a lunatic who had already turned four people into smoking meat. Okay. I could do that.

"All right, Jeremy!" I yelled into the night. "Give me the salamander and I won't cut your head off!"

Jim put his hand over his face and did some shaking. I thought he was laughing, but I couldn't be sure. Unlike him I didn't have the benefit of enhanced night vision.

Jeremy's cackle reached a hysterical crescendo. "Stupid bitch!"

Jim peeled himself from the support and melted into the darkness, tracking Jeremy's voice. His vision worked better than mine in low light, but even his sight failed in absolute darkness. He had to hunt by sound, which meant I had to keep Jeremy talking. While Jim stalked Jeremy's melodious voice, Jeremy, in turn, stalked me.

Nothing to worry about, just a homicidal pyromaniac armed with a salamander in a sphere of enchanted glass and intent on setting what was left of Atlanta on fire. The main thing was to keep the salamander's sphere safe. If that thing broke, my name would be more famous than Mrs. O'Leary's cow.

"Damn, Jeremy, you need to work on your vocabulary. So many good names to call me and the best you could come up with is bitch? Give me the salamander before you hurt yourself."

"Suck my dick . . . whore!"

A tiny spark flared into existence to the left of me. It hung suspended in the darkness, illuminating both the scaly outline of the salamander's mouth and Jeremy's hands clutching the glass sphere with white-knuckled need. The enchanted glass parted and belched the spark. The air hit the tiny packet of energy and the spark exploded into a fireball.

I ducked behind the support just as the fire smashed against concrete. Flames shot past on both sides of me. The acrid stench of sulfur stung my nostrils.

"That last fireball missed me by a mile. You shoot blanks with your other salamander, too, Jeremy?"

"Eat shit and die!"

Jim had to be close to him by now. I stepped into the open. "Come on, you sniveling shit for brains! Can't you do anything right?"

I saw flames, lunged to the side and hit the floor rolling. Above me the fire howled like an enraged animal. The handle of the knife burned my fingers. The air in my lungs turned to heat, and my eyes watered. I pressed my face into the dusty concrete, praying it didn't get any hotter, and then suddenly it was over.

Screw this. I jumped to my feet and charged in Jeremy's direction. The salamander flared within the sphere. I caught a flash of Jeremy's crooked smile above the glass. It wilted as Jim's dark hands closed around Jeremy's throat. The arsonist slumped, ragdoll limp, the sphere rolling from his weakened fingers. . . .

I dived for it, caught it three inches above the cement, and found myself face-to-face with the salamander. Ruby-red eyes regarded me with mild curiosity, black lips parted, and a long, spiderweb-thin filament of a tongue slithered from the salamander's mouth and kissed the sphere's glass in the reflection of my nose. I love you, too.

Gingerly I got to my knees and then to my feet. The salamander's presence tugged on my mind, as eager to please as an overly enthusiastic kitten arching her back for a stroke. Visions of flames and heat wavered before me. Let's burn something. . . . I slammed my mental shutters closed, locking her out of my mind. Let's not.

Jim relaxed his hold on Jeremy and the arsonist sagged to the ground like a wet blanket. The whites of his eyes stared at the ceiling from his slack face, caught by death in a moment of utter surprise. No pulse check needed for this one. Shit. There goes the capture bonus.

"You said it was a live-preferred bounty," I murmured. The living Jeremy was worth a lot more than his corpse. We'd still get paid, but we had just waved a third of the money good-bye.

"It is." Jim twisted the body on its side, exposing Jeremy's back. A thin metal shaft, tipped with three black feathers, protruded from between Jeremy's shoulders blades. Before my mind had the time to digest its significance, I hit the deck, cradling the salamander. Jim somehow got there before me.

We stared into the gloom. Darkness and silence.

Someone had taken out our mark with a crossbow bolt. Could have taken us out as well. We had stood by the body for at least four seconds. More than enough time to squeeze off two shots. I touched Jim and touched my nose. He shook his head. With all the sulfur in the air he probably couldn't smell a skunk if it sprayed him in the face. I lay very still and tried to breathe quietly. Listening was our best bet.

A minute dragged by, long, viscous, and silent. Very slowly Jim shifted into a crouch and nodded to the left. I had a vague feeling the door lay to the right, but in the darkness with some unknown crossbowman waiting, I would trust Jim's senses over mine.

Jim grasped Jeremy's corpse, slung it over his shoulder, and we took off, bending low, running fast, him ahead and me, half-blind in the gloom, slightly behind. Concrete supports flashed by, one, two, three, four. The tech hit, and before I could put down my raised foot, the magic drained from the world, leaving the battered technology in its wake. The fluorescent lamps in the ceiling blinked and snapped into life with a buzz, bathing the garage in a weak man-made glow. The black rectangle of the exit gaped ten feet before us. Jim dived into it. I lunged to the left, behind the nearest support. The salamander in the globe stopped glowing and went to sleep, looking like a harmless black lizard. My long-range weapon was tuckered out.

I set it down on the floor and slid Slayer from its sheath. Salamanders are overrated anyway.

"He's gone," Jim said from the doorway and pointed behind me.

I turned. Far at the back, the concrete wall had crumbled, revealing a narrow passageway probably leadin...

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  • Editeur : Ace (1 avril 2008)
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Née en Russie, Ilona Andrews a appris l'anglais à l'adolescence grâce à une bourse qui lui a permis d'étudier aux États-Unis. Elle s'est mariée pendant ses études. Ses romans sont écrits en collaboration avec Gordon, son mari.

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Bon divertissement 6 juin 2008
Par tonksie VOIX VINE
Format:Poche|Achat vérifié
Ce deuxième tome reprend quelques semaines après les événements du premier. Kate est une liaison entre la Guilde des mercenaires et l'Ordre et travaille avec Jim, membre de la meute d'Atlanta. Rapidement, cela dégénère lorsqu'elle tombe sur Red et sa petite amie dont il lui confie la garde. A peine restaurées, elles se font attaquées dans l'appartement de Kate et elle ne doit sa survie qu'à sa perséverance et l'arrivée de Curran, le chef de la meute.
C'est un très joli divertissement, cela ne s'arrête pas et l'auto-dérision dont fait preuve le personnage principal est assez attachant. Et pour changer dans ce genre de romans, presque pas de romance.
Le monde alternatif créé par ilona Andrews est assez sympathique, dans un monde où la tachnologie se bat contre la Magie et ce livre montre à quel point la magie peut prendre sa revanche.

Ca se lit d'une traite et le rythme permet de ne pas s'ennuyer une minute.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Un second tome vraiment bon! 8 août 2014
Par Blodeuwedd COMMENTATEUR DU HALL D'HONNEUR TOP 50 COMMENTATEURS
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Maintenant que nous avons bien en tête le monde d'Ilona Andrews, ce second tome s'appréhende beaucoup plus facilement et nous plongeons bien plus vite dans l'intrigue! Les personnages que nous connaissons côtoient des nouveaux tout aussi passionnants, et nous nous confrontons aux sorcières à la mythologie celtique avec la déesse de la Guerre Morrigan!

Kate va devoir collaborer avec la Meute pour laquelle elle doit retrouver des cartes détaillées des zones de pouvoir, mais aussi avec Gastech le puissant nécromant qui semble intéressé par le pilotage de créatures non mortes par un infâme berger. De même elle va se frotter à des sorcières qui ont basculé du mauvais coté, en prenant la petite Julie sous sa protection! Nous en apprenons plus sur les origines de Kate ainsi que sur ses pouvoirs mais elle ne nous livre q'une partie de ses secrets...

Une second tome encore plus haletant que le premier, un récit toujours teinté d'ironie et d'humour limite noir, une bonne dose d'action et des personnages bien étudies, font de cette saga une collection à garder dans sa bibliothèque!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Un second tome plein de surprises 10 mars 2014
Par Poison TOP 100 COMMENTATEURS
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Après avoir retrouvé l'assassin de son mentor, Kate a accepté de servir de liaison. Elle travaille donc en partie pour l'ordre.
Dans cette nouvelle aventure, la magie semble perturbée. Les vagues magiques sont très courtes mais très intenses : cela laisse présager un tsunami magique qui a d'importantes répercussion sur la communauté surnaturelle.
Des dieux qui veulent revenir dans notre monde, des divinités qui règlent leurs compte parmi eux, des enfants qui sont adultes, des mère assassinées, des trahisons et par dessus tout … Curran. Qui ne compte pas laisser Kate tranquille. Et encore moins après avoir réparé son toit.
Cette nouvelle est encore mieux que la première. Parfois un peu dure à suivre car très riche, on suit avec délice les péripéties de Kate que l'auteur nous a choisit. Une plume fluide, une envie d'aller toujours plus loin et d'en savoir toujours plus. Le jeu du chat et de la souris de Curran et Kate est hilarant et délicieux, et Bran est plutôt amusant et touchant. La froideur des divinités est plutôt bien rendu, et il y a une forme de justice. Voir le côté maternel de Kate est sympa aussi, et pas courant en fantasie urbaine.
Bref, une bonne histoire alambiquée. Encore!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Fabulous story 16 septembre 2012
Par LF
Format:Format Kindle
Magic Burns was a fabulous book!
The more I read about Kate and get to know her, the more I love her.
And then there are some other great charachters like Derek, Saiman, Andrea, Julie... and last but not least Curran!

There is so much tension between Kate and Curran that I wanna shout "get a room and get it over with" while reading. But Kate, for reasons of her own, is not willing to give in to Curran (yet?).

In Magic Burns, Kate is trying to look after Julie, a girl who's mom is missing. Julie's mom is a witch, part of a small coven, and it appears that the headwitch of the coven was craving for power and summoned something dark that was best left alone. And that dark something is after Julie...
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A "realistic" Urban Fantasy Novel.....Hurray!!! 17 avril 2008
Par J. Hulet - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Poche|Achat vérifié
Important note: I would not call this a paranormal romance, I would call this a Urban Fantasy book. I have a pet peeve about being mislead and this book fits the former category.

After I finished the first book of this series I was seriously worried that we were headed down the path to another of the too powerful to be believable heroines. The characters were interesting and the author's idea for bringing magic and technology together was good, but I seriously wondered if our Heroine was going to be another Anita Blake who develops new powers every other page.

Book 2. Ilona Andrews gets a big thumb up for letting her heroine get her butt royally kicked several times in the book. She's still a really bratty, smart-mouthed girl who happens to be really, really powerful in magic and other things. Here's the great part. There is a good explanation for a lot of it. She doesn't just magically have powers, she has been to schools and she studies on her own to get better. What? A heroine who works at it?? Thank you, Ms. Andrews, for writing with your brain intact.

The second book starts up pretty much where the first book left off. Kate, our heroine, is still struggling financially, has a hard time keeping a boyfriend and doesn't play nice with others. Her interactions with other paranormal groups continue and she keeps trying to do good while staying as sassy and likable as before.

The storyline follows Kate through the advent of a major surge/spike in magic and the interactions of several different groups who are being affected. The Beastlord who she flirted/fought with during the first book remains a strong supporting character, but Ms. Andrews doesn't just throw them together for the almost mandatory sex that these books too often include without a good reason. Again, nice job Ms. Andrews.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Three things about Kate Daniels 2 avril 2008
Par R. Kyle - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Poche
* Weird sh@t is attracted to her
* She doesn't do 'humble'
* She has cute bows on her panties

Intrigued? You should be. If you're a strong fan of kickbutt urban fantasy heroines, you need to meet Kate.

Kate lives in an alternate Atlanta in a world where magic has returned and it comes in waves with technology. Aside from double coping skills, she's got two jobs--one with the Order and One with the Merc Guild. Add to that, two mortgages and enough trouble on her plate that she needs a clone or two to give her a hand.

Someone's stealing valuable maps from the weres and she's got to get them back. A misguided coven makes an alliance with the wrong Celtic God and Kate's stuck with the coven leader's daughter. And the girl comes with all the troubles teenage girls are prone to--and then some. You see, she's a virgin and her boyfriend wants to try and use her for some powerful mojo.

What I'm most impresed with Ilona Andrews' sophomore effort is that she's taken a great start in "Magic Bites" and made it better. Clearly, she's done her mythological research and synthesized it into her manuscript seamlessly. Strong fantasy and titilating romance blend with enough elements of both to keep both camps happy.

"Magic Bites" was an impressive entry into the urban fantasy genre. "Magic Bites" establishes Ilona Andrews as an author who's going to keep honing her craft until she reaches the top of the charts. I wish her every success in that endeavor and I'll be waiting for the next installment.

Magic Bites (Kate Daniels Series, Book 1)
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Lions and mermaids and shaman, oh my! 1 avril 2008
Par Lauren Hutchison - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Poche
Magic Burns is the second book in the Kate Daniels series by Ilona Andrews. Kate is a mercenary in magic-torn Atlanta, eliminating the magical anomalies that surface each time a wave of magic hits. In Magic Bites, she investigates the murder of her guardian and ruffles a few important furs and feathers in the process. In Magic Burns, we revisit Kate's uncanny ability to attract danger from all sides as she works to investigate the disappearance of a young girl's mother. She must work cooperatively with The People (vampires) and The Pack (shapeshifters), though this alliance is frequently strained.

Fans of the series should not be disappointed by this new installment. This reads like a separate episode - while it does help to have some prior knowledge of the universe, it may not be required for you to enjoy this second book. The romantic fans will be titillated by Magic Burns as Kate's relationship with Curran really starts getting interesting and a rival enters the battle.

Books like this are typically not my "thing," but I have to give the author credit for a work that I finished at a break-neck pace. Magic Burns is full of action, adventure, mystery, humor, and a touch of romance. The emphasis of Magic Burns is the action - the dark qualities aren't quite as strong as they were in Bites, and the mystery is a little rushed. Humor in a book like this is a delicate balance - alternating between comedy and dark adventure is tricky, especially while keeping up the momentum of the plot. Overdoing the one-liners can turn a book into pure schlock or a belly-laugh. In Magic Burns there are some phrases that are a little overused ("In your dreams!"), some reactions that seem unreasonable or cartoonish. But overall, the funny bits are very well done and elevate the series from interesting to endearing. The snark suits Kate well and creates a thoroughly entertaining read.

All of your favorite characters from Magic Bites make a reappearance in Magic Burns, almost without exception. These characters are typically well integrated into the story, but some of them make cameo appearances that are not really part of the story, and a few of the characters undergo a personality shift between Bites and Burns.

The world is intriguing and well researched, integrating Celtic mythologies and new facts about shapeshifters, vampires, and the urban fantasy landscape. Magic Burns takes place during a magic flare, where the abilities of all magical creatures are enhanced: for better and worse. We also get a short, satisfying, and revealing glimpse into Kate's origins. Now that we have answers, here's hoping that the next book will explore the inevitable confrontations.

Magic Burns is a tease and a page-turner. Peppered with furry, sticky violence and rapier wit, the whirlwind tour of Atlanta is far from over.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Magic Burns Simply Rocks 1 avril 2008
Par Reece Notley - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Poche|Achat vérifié
A sophomore book is probably one of the most daunting things for a writer to face. Can they pull it off? Will they be able to transition what happened in the book before in short quick bursts without seeming like they're writing a book report? Can they keep true to the characters that they've established in the first book?

Will the cover art suck? Will the book suck? Will anyone remember the first book and pick up the second?

I'm sure these are questions that Ilona asked herself. No worries, Ilona. You did more than fine.

The Amazon blurb for Magic Burns is like a grain of sand in a sand storm. It describes that little bit of silicon that exists, a hint of colour and maybe a bit of its hardness. You can imagine the sand but not the wind and fury that carries it. That's the kind of book Ilona writes.

I was lucky enough to read this book prior to its release. I took my time reading it because I wanted to revisit the flavour of the world and the characters. Ilona kept them true and in fact, enhanced the spiciness of the relationships she established in Magic Bites. The writing is tight, always keeping the reader on the edge of the thrill and within a few short pages, I care about characters that I've just met.

You can tell that there's research done. Not because it's spooled out into a feed of information but rather, tidbits are woven in expertly until the story comes alive for you. Ilona gives a good treatment of the mythology she's tapped into and opens up legends just enough to be real. It's very imaginable to have a god walking into Kate's world. It's also very imaginable to see the chaos that the god has wrought.

What I like about Kate Daniels? She's a flawed character. Kate's not perfect. She sometimes gambles with her relationships, compromising herself unknowingly and risking herself for seemingly little. Ilona knits this personality into a tight story filled with twists and turns. She doesn't go for rote or cliché. There are people in these words. Tempers that flare as hot as the magic and sometimes even a small break between friends. Personal conflict ride with the plot and to me, that makes a good story. Magic Burns isn't just about the fate of the world that Ilona has created, it's also about the people that inhabit it. All told in with a half-smirk, half-heroic voice of a woman who sometimes is in over her head and probably wouldn't want it any other way.

Kate grows as a character in the books. Her relationships develop and her life goes to crap. She worries about rent as well as worrying about saving the people she cares for. The story is good. The characters are great. The voice of the book is solid. There are no sophomore worries here. A reader can pick up this book and read it without having to go back but honestly, that reader should.

So yeah...Magic Burns... rocks.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 MAGIC BURNS is is so good it's on FIRE (bad pun, true statement) 2 avril 2008
Par Erin Satie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Poche|Achat vérifié
The second book in a series is incredibly important, especially when the first book was a debut novel. You pick it up wondering: was that first great book, MAGIC BITES, a one-off? Can the author sustain that kind of strong character development, dynamic tension, tight plotting, and great writing? Will these books get better and better, or will they fizzle and fall apart?

Well, I am thrilled to say that MAGIC BURNS fulfills all the promise of MAGIC BITES and more. It's fantastic.

The novel opens as Atlanta buckles down for one of the most dangerous phenomena in the post-Shift world - a flare, when the balance between tech and magic goes out of whack and magic surges through the atmosphere with frightening intensity. Past flares have always left a wake of death and destruction, and this one promises to be no different.

Protagonist Kate Daniels is trying to solve several seemingly unrelated cases: someone has been stealing precious maps from under the very sensitive noses of the shapeshifters, a street urchin calls in a favor and asks her to guard a girl with some very special powers, and a coven of poorly-trained witches have vanished into thin air. Eventually, all these subplots converge on one gigantic problem.

Kate, as a character, has only gotten better - fiercer, funnier, smarter, and kinder. Characters we met in the first book pop up again, most notably Curren the Beastmaster, Ghastek the necromancer, and Saiman the guru. Sparks fly between Kate and Curren, and a wise werehyena makes the reader wonder what Curren's intentions really are. Kate makes a new friend in Andrea, a Knight of the Order with a big secret, who I hope we see a lot more of.

The worldbuilding is stellar. Andrews has created a unique, fascinating alternate reality, and in this second book in the series she fleshes it out with mythological creatures, bodily fluids, the power of faith, and a few tantalizing hints about Kate's mysterious origins. All in all, MAGIC BURNS was an incredibly satisfying read, and I'll be waiting impatiently for the next book.
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