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  1. says:

    First of all if you like this book don’t even read this review Second of all if you are thinking of reading it

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    This review was originally posted on Books of My HeartPart Time Gods is the follow up book to Minimum Wage Magic which was storage wars in a magic city where someone seemed bent on killing the main character  This DFZ series is set in the same world as the Heartstrikers series after the events of the last boo

  3. says:

    Rachel Aaron's talent in creating effortlessly enjoyable and engaging character driven stories with fascinating worldbuilding is yet a

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    I got uite surprised by Rachel's Surprise release day bitches the other day and I legit dropped everything I wa

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    More adventures in the DFZ This delightful spinoff series is shaping up to be even solid than Heartstrikers I'm loving itI binged Part Time Gods in a single day its one of those fun lighthearted books that function as palate cleansers between heavier fantasy novels The story revolved around MC Opal going to creative extremes trying to shake off a dragon curse laid on her which was my favorite element of the book It adde

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    45 rounded up Such a great read I never really got into the Heart striker books but really love this series

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    Ahoy there me mateys Those who have been aboard for a while know that urban fantasy and I are not usually friends In fact we tend to be enemies I can’t explain why It’s just a truth And yet this here be a combined review of the first two books in this urban fantasy series Keep reading to find out why While I try to post no spoilers ye have been forewarned and continue at yer own peril So basically I can b

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    I am so happy to be back in the world of the DFZ So it was a happy surprise that the author did a surprise release Opal has literally been cursed with bad luck and she is working to find a loophole She’s working with Nik her partner in Cleaning to make enough money to payback the debt to her family Opal is a great character She wants independence and she’s not obnoxious about it and has her reasons She’s also stubborn and

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    A good seuel with cool cameos from Heartstrikers Bob Peacemaker mentions of Amelia Why four starts? well Opal's stubbornness irritates me and I'm not partial to romance subplot It changes nothing though I'll buy any DFZ Heartstrikers related book Aaron writes as soon as it's published

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    A truly messed up heroine dragons and a city which is a God Darker than its preuel but still fun I was wondering if the DFZ was going to make my ghost work off everything I’d promised her or if she’d let me pass on to the afterlif

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Download ¸ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Rachel Aaron

To be Thanks to the supernatural bad luck that turns everything I do against me these days I’m of a walking disaster Getting rid of this curse is the only way to get my life back Unfortunately dragon magic is every bit as sneaky an. 45 rounded up Such a great read I never really got into the Heart striker books but really love this series

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D deadly the monsters behind it and just as hard to beatBut I’ve never been one to take her doom at face value Cornered doesn’t mean defeated and in an awakened city that rules herself dragons are no longer the biggest powers arou. A good seuel with cool cameos from Heartstrikers Bob Peacemaker mentions of Amelia Why four starts well Opal s stubbornness irritates me and I m not partial to romance subplot It changes nothing though I ll buy any DFZ Heartstrikers related book Aaron writes as soon as it s published

Download ¸ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Rachel Aaron

Life in the magical mess of the Detroit Free Zone is never easy When you’re laboring under the curse of a certain prideful overbearing dragon it can be down right impossibleMy name is Opal Yong ae and I’m a Cleaner At least I used. This review was originally posted on Books of My HeartPart Time Gods is the follow up book to Minimum Wage Magic which was storage wars in a magic city where someone seemed bent on killing the main character This DFZ series is set in the same world as the Heartstrikers series after the events of the last book You don t have to have read the Heartstrikers series to enjoy time in the Detroit Free Zone DFZ but it is great to see some cameos of characters I liked from that series cough Bob cough and see what the mortal spirits are up to You you mean you weren t sent to save me Sorry to bruise your ego but I m not actually entirely sure who you are the dragon said cheerfully I was just cutting through because the vending machine in the employee lounge next door is the only one in the building that sells the right brand of sunflower seeds I keep telling my brother to stock but he s all Bob you are the greatest most powerful most handsome dragon in the world Go buy your own sunflower seeds Can you believe it One of the coolest things about this series is the setting The DFZ is a city run by a magical God it has buildings that move and change If you default on your rent then your place goes on the auction block for someone like Opal and her newly acuired partner Nick bid on it against others for the opportunity to make money on anything left inside and clean it up for the city to rent out againOpal has a few problems in her life right now She tried to outwit a dragon who just happened to be her father long story and ended up with a huge loan to pay off to him She was doing really good at it too until said Dragon put a curse on her to make it even harder for her to make the money to pay him back Dragons Now with the help of Nick a cybernetically enhanced human with a uestionable past Opal is trying to find a way to not default on her load so she can be free from under anyone s control What was I supposed to tell him That I d gone on a journey of self discovery through a never ending forest and received a magical potato from a dead Shaman who was also a satellite body for the god of the DFZ Even I thought that story sounded fishy and I d been there I do like Opal for the most part She has a lot of magical power potential and has tried her entire life to do anything with it but unfortunately most of the time it just ends up blowing up in her face Girl also has some HUGE daddy issues probably to be expected when you know you were named Opal because you are seen by your father as a pretty stone of little worth Opal has a huge chip on her shoulder and she is going to prove to everyone that she can do it all on her own What in the world did you do to make Yong so mad The Dragon of Korea normally loves mortals Seriously last I heard he had two hundred of you death bound critters scampering around his lair That s the dragon euivalent of being a crazy cat lady you know Opal has a lot of things to overcome in this book and her own stubbornness might be one of them Growing up with a Dragon as a father I can see howwhy Opal has such a huge stubborn streak but it definitely isn t helping her in a few instances in this book Seriously she paints herself in some huge corners and it got a little frustratingGood news is there is a smidgen of a romance happening between Opal and Nick It has a few kinks in it but I liked the start up of a possible relationship between them We also get some time talking with the Spirit of the City and we get to see some of the motivations of a god walking among the people The downfall is this story doesn t wrap up at the end we are left with a bit of a cliffhanger and will have to wait until the next book to see how all of the events play out I enjoyed Minimum Wage Magic just a little than Part Time Gods just because of the situation Opal was in how laser focused she was on the tree she missed the forest Still a lot of things happened and I have some big hopes for the next installment Narration Emily Woo Zeller did a great job with Opal and the rest of the cast I really liked her portrayal of the story and she lent some authenticity to Opal s Korean heritage I liked her enough to look up her catalog of work to see what else she has done I look forward to listening to her narration of The Bride Test and The Poppy War as I ve already got those in my libraryListen to a clip HERE