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Ink Black Magic Mocklore Chronicles #3 Read & download Þ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ó ❰Read❯ ➳ Ink Black Magic Mocklore Chronicles #3 Author Tansy Rayner Roberts – Feedmarkformulate.co.uk Because sometimes it takes cleavage and big skirts to saR grip on reality Even the flying sheepKassa and Egg are not sure who are the heroes and who are the villains any but someone has to step up to save Mocklore one last time True love isn't all it's cracked up to beHappy endings don't come cheapAll that magic is probably going to kill youYou really can have too much black velvetAll this and in the third and final adventure of The Mocklore Chronicle. Great book new characters and some of the familiar ones It would stand alone well but being familiar with the previous two books adds to it

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Warrior who would rather stay in his Black Magic Mocklore PDFEPUB #236 room and draw comics all day than hang out with his friends If only comics had been inventedAragon Silversword is missing presumed deadAll the adventures are over It's time to get on with being a grownup But when Egg's drawings come to life including an evil dark city full of villains and monsters everyone starts to lose thei. Katharine is a judge for the Aurealis Awards This review is the personal opinion of Katharine herself and does not necessarily reflect the opinion of any judging panel the judging coordinator or the Aurealis Awards management team

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Ink Black Magic Mocklore Chronicles #3Because sometimes it takes Magic Mocklore Epub #222 cleavage and big skirts to save the world from those crazy teenagersKassa Daggersharp has been a pirate a witch a menace to public safety a villain a hero and Ink Black PDF or a legend These days she lectures first year students on the dangers of magic at the Polyhedrotechnical in CluftEgg Friefriedsson is Kassa's teenage cousin a lapsed Axgaard. Ink Black Magic by Tansy Rayner Roberts is the third book in her Mocklore Chronicles but is written to be accessible to readers who have not read the first two books I personally read book one Splashdance Silver about a decade ago and have only dim recollections of it I don't think I ever got the chance to read the second book Liuid Gold back then either So rather than rereading the first two books before starting the third I thought I'd approach it by itself to see how well it stands aloneIt's easy to compare every comic fantasy book to Terry Pratchett When I read Splashdance Silver I think I remember comparing it to the earliest two Discworld books The Colour of Magic and The Light Fantastic In the case of Ink Black Magic I can honestly say that only the start — the set up for the rest of the story — put me in mind of Pratchett And not early Pratchett either like middle Pratchett with Moving Pictures springing to mind as an obvious comparison with bonus thematic parallels But once the story in Ink Black Magic really gets going it becomes very much Tansy ish and not at all PratchettesueThe initial premise is that Egg starts drawing the first comics in Mocklore and then his dark city that needs hero saving comes to life and tries to take over the world See what I mean I found the introduction of Egg and Clio to be a compelling hook so than when we first meet Kassa Daggersharp the heroine of the previous books I have to emphasise that this was a personal reaction because I couldn't remember why I should like Kassa — due to not remembering the earlier book sufficiently well — but that uickly evaporated once Kassa started being awesome ie pretty much straight awayOne of the interesting aspects of Ink Black Magic was the structure of the narrative Instead of the story building up to one obvious climax from the very start the nature of what the world needed saving from changed several times throughout The problem was never uite what it seemed taking the story from oh no doom to well that doom's gone away to oh dear a different doom a cometh This is one of the main things along with the characters and humour which sets it apart from other books I ultimately enjoyed the form although it was a little disconcerting at times not to be able to accurately guess what was going to happen next That feeling might come from having read a little too much YA of lateAnyway Ink Black Magic was a fun read and I definitely intend to go back and reread the first two books Although that will be interesting since Rayner Roberts' style has definitely changed between Splashdance Silver and the Creature Court trilogy I was about to say that Ink Black Magic lies somewhere in between — which it does — but it occurs to me that it's not actually that far from A Trifle Dead except in location And of course I'm overlooking a lot of short stories in this comparison as I've only read someSo I would recommend Ink Black Magic to all fans of comic fantasy and anyone who has enjoyed the author's work in the past As should surprise no one I'll definitely be keeping an eye on her future works45 5 starsYou can read of my reviews on my blog