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Maggie Get Your Gun (Maggie MacKay Magical Tracker Book 2) (English Edition) par [Danley, Kate]
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Now that Maggie saved the world, life is returning to normal at MacKay & MacKay Magical Tracking. That is until a stranger shows up looking for some ancient jewelry to die for. In fact, lots of folks are dying for it.

Maggie, Killian, and your favorite cast of characters are back for a rootin’ tootin’ urban fantasy adventure through the wilds of the Old West.

The bad guys don’t stand a ghost of a chance.

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Just pure fun with an Old West twist 19 mars 2013
Par Leiah - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
First, if you are looking for "serious" UF, before you pick up either of these volumes, let me warn you. Ilona Andrews or Mark Henwick, this is not. What this series is, though, is lighthearted fun with an interesting twist that keeps you reading. Sometimes, that is all you really need from a book, and Kate Danley delivers in spades.

One of the best things about this book is why Danley wrote it. Proceeds from the write-a-thon where this book was mostly written benefited the Young Writers Program, which funds free creative writing programs in hundred of schools and communities around the world. With the state of public education and the lack of support for the arts, I give Ms. Danley full kudos for her work.

The story itself picks up after the action in Maggie for Hire (Maggie MacKay - Magical Tracker). Maggie has her dad back and he and her mom have gone off for a nice weekend away to celebrate his return from two years stuck in limbo. Now, a new client walks in her door, with what seems a ridiculously simple job. To retrieve a simple ladies hair comb, 'dropped in the desert' outside of Calico Ghost Town on the far outskirts of Las Vegas. What happens next is a rather slap-stick (read 'vintage Danley') chase through deserts and down mine shafts to an old fashioned "Standoff At The OK Corral" ghost and monster style, in the streets of a real "Ghost Town" on the Other Side. As always, the good guys win, but only by a 'ghost' of a chance and with enough snark and 'F' bombs to float the Marie Celeste. (I will admit that I would appreciate some different and more creative expletives - the bomb is getting rather old . . .)

All in all, this series is funny and charming and is quite a pleasant way to wile away an afternoon. It doesn't put a strain on the brain, the characters are to my mind quite likeable and you learn a bit more about Maggie's mom in this one. I like her more even than I did before. I am really looking forward to the next one. I haven't read The Woodcutter yet, that is on my list of must reads. Thanks, Ms. Danley, for a fun read and I look forward to more soon.

Funny throughout, good world building, likeable characters, lots of "F"bombs if you are offended by that sort of thing. Kate still needs a good editor, a few too many errors are creeping through that could set off the "Grammar Nazis". Nothing five stars, but still well worth the $3.99.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Cartoon Maggie 15 avril 2015
Par Amy Slager - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I gave the first book 4 stars because it held my attention but my review was pretty critical. Having bought the entire series ahead of time, I decided to give the second one a chance. I liked it less. At first it was confusing. I couldn't figure out why Maggie was important enough to save the world yet she makes the stupidest decisions of any character I've read in my adult life. She lost my respect in the first chapter, for that, and because who starts out a story by swearing?
Yet there has to be a reason why this series is getting so many high reviews.... It wasn't until I was halfway through the book that I finally caught on. Aha! This is not supposed to be urban fantasy like Briggs, Mayer, and Bishop. I'm not supposed to take this book seriously. From there on I pictured the characters as cartoons and enjoyed the story for what it was.
With that being said, I am no longer in a hurry to read the rest of the series, though I'm sure I will, eventually. I enjoy the occasional cartoon but prefer a story with a lot more substance.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Another witty and sarcastic installment 26 octobre 2015
Par Carrie Williams - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I freely admit it – I am binge reading these books. I can’t stop myself from purchasing one book after another and quickly devouring them. Sadly, work has been interrupting my reading time, but I will endeavor to push through!

We join Maggie after her victorious last case, where she rescued her father (who everyone thought was dead) and managed to defeat her evil uncle. Worried that Killian stayed away after that? Have no fear! Killian is just as present in this book as the last, so I happily got a good dose of awesome elf. Maggie is still her cursing, brawling, tracker self, complete with a case that turns her world upside-down. What starts as a simple enough case to recover an evil object spirals out of control in typical Maggie fashion. There’s a genie, some werewolves, some vampires, a devious con-man, a wise Chinese man, a meddling mom, and an awesome brownie in this book. Oh, and ghosts. Always with the ghosts.

I have learned to expect a story that goes this way and that before finding its final and happy conclusion. While we never really end up with 100% of the answers, we end up happy enough and it pushes me even further into Maggie’s wonderfully chaotic world. It’s like Mulder and Scully, if they were always stabbing things and cursing. I’m still rooting for a little romance action (just like Maggie’s mom), but I am oddly satisfied even if there isn’t any.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 more please and faster 28 août 2012
Par kitty kat - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
The book is great fun. The characters are wonderful...each and every single one of them. I'm confused about the cover art, however, since Maggie doesn't seem to be the type of person who would ever wear that kind of clothing. The book is far better than the cover for a change. Vamps, weres, ghosts, magical artifacts, it's all there, along with a Brownie and a fancy dinner invitation. The family that slays together, stays together, as they always say, and for Maggie's family that is certainly the truth. Love the stone lions and all the weird things that pop up along the way. The relationship between Maggie and Killian is moving along nicely. It not only promises to heat up a bit but it seems that they will be working together as business partners from now on. Lots of fun. And again, Maggie is just a regular kind of woman. She takes her punches and just keeps on going. She doesn't act like a superhero, or a magical superstar, she just does what she has to do in order to get the job done so that she can survive long enough to go home and kick back with her pillow or her TV. Solid writing...can't wait for the next book.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Maggie get your gun, your stakes, your neck sheild, your partners, you're going to need them all! 27 mai 2012
Par intinst - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Ever since reading MAGGIE FOR HIRE, I have been awaiting a sequel. Well it is now here and was well worth the wait. Maggie, her dad, her mom, sister and Killian are all here, along with Vampires, Werewolves, ghosts, brownies and other kinds of creatures from the Other Side. Enjoyed finding out more about Maggie's family and the things that made her become a Magical Tracker. Couple of plot twists added to the fun. Things get a little tight for the good guys, but when it comes to the rough & tumble, Maggie kicks butt with the best, The 2nd best world walker (Her dad's #1) doesn't disappoint. Bout my only complaint is that I have finished it and have to wait for the next one.
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