George V. Reilly

Review: Blood Engines

Blood Engines
Title: Blood Engines
Author: T.A. Pratt
Rating: ★ ★ ★ ½
Publisher: Spectra
Copyright: 2007
Pages: 368
Keywords: urban fantasy
Reading period: 7–14 September, 2010

Marla Mason is the chief sorcerer of Felport. She’s abrasive, hard-headed, and ruthless enough to stay on the top of the pile. But a challenger has arisen and she’s gone to San Francisco with her sidekick Rondeau to seek the help of an old friend. That friend has been murdered by an Aztec sorcerer who’s trying to bring back an Aztec god.

Fast-paced and en­ter­tain­ing. I found Marla too obnoxious at first, but then she grew on me.

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