Thursday, March 21, 2013

Review: A'loc - Chronicles of M #3 by Nicholas Forristal

A'loc (Chronicles of M, Book 3) by Nicholas Forristal 

A serial killer is on the loose. With no clues, no witnesses and the bodies piling up, the local police call for the only people who can help. What the police don't know is just how full Thomas and M's plate already is. Time is running out. It's been ten months since A'loc showed up and challenged M to a duel to the death.

For him to even have a chance against A'loc, M must learn a lifetime's worth of magic, but Thomas's brother Amit is missing. Without him, M can only hope to learn what Thomas is physically able to show him. M also has to learn how to handle himself in a fight from Mai and discover the extent his mutant powers can go, but how can he do that when he can't even beat her? It's been a long hard road for everyone and it's not even close to over yet.

Amit is the third and last book of the first trilogy in the Chronicles of M.

My Thoughts: 
M has been training for his big duel with A'loc. For a break, he gets to track down a serial killer. Quite a bit has changed over the course of the books. the feel is a bit different, and I think this is the funniest. I love M's sarcasm, especially compared to the serious Thomas. Uhler is around quite a bit, spouting random movie quotes. This book has more fighting, more magic, and more laughs. You never know what is going to happen next. With action, magic, humor, and a big dose of crazy, this is a fun read. (If you haven't read the first two, you can check out my reviews for book 1 and book 2.)

My Rating: *****
Steam Factor: !
*Notes: Blood and gore, some profanity.

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