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The Finder of the Lucky Devil

The Finder of the Lucky Devil Rune Leveau a young woman with a magical Talent for Finding things is trying to keep her bar The Lucky Devil from being foreclosed To save her bar Rune decides to do some Finding gigs to earn ext

  • Title: The Finder of the Lucky Devil
  • Author: Megan Mackie
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 382
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Rune Leveau, a young woman with a magical Talent for Finding things, is trying to keep her bar, The Lucky Devil, from being foreclosed To save her bar, Rune decides to do some Finding gigs to earn extra money Then a cyber augmented corporate spy comes to ask her help with finding a wanted runaway criminal named Anna Masterson The problem is Rune is Anna Masterson and heRune Leveau, a young woman with a magical Talent for Finding things, is trying to keep her bar, The Lucky Devil, from being foreclosed To save her bar, Rune decides to do some Finding gigs to earn extra money Then a cyber augmented corporate spy comes to ask her help with finding a wanted runaway criminal named Anna Masterson The problem is Rune is Anna Masterson and he s not taking no for an answer St Benedict, a corporate spy for the Corinthe Corporation, has searched for the last six years for the Masterson Files, a computer program that is rud to have cracked the code to allow computers to do the impossible, cast magic spells Such a program would reshape the world For his own reasons, he s determined to be the first to find it and the mysterious woman connected to it, Anna Masterson Having exhausted his other options, he is left with a new hope that this Finder of the Lucky Devil can lead him to the prize he has sought for so long But the Finder is proving difficult and he isn t going to take no for an answer Set in an alternate Chicago, where technology and magic are in competition with each other, this fast paced Cat and Mouse chase makes The Finder of the Lucky Devil a welcome addition to your urban fantasy cyberpunk library St Benedict, a corporate spy for the Corinthe Corporation, has searched for the last six years for the Masterson Files, a computer program that is rud to have cracked the code to allow computers to do the impossible, cast magic spells Such a program would reshape the world For his own reasons, he s determined to be the first to find it and the mysterious woman connected to it, Anna Masterson Having exhausted his other options, he is left with a new hope that this Finder of the Lucky Devil can lead him to the prize he has sought for so long But the Finder is proving difficult and he isn t going to take no for an answer.

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    1. The finder of the Lucky Devil was sent to me in exchange for an answer to a question. How mysterious, right?The Lucky Devil is a bar that holds a secret. With the correct coin and a little message, your desire may be granted. Rune is the new owner of the Lucky Devil. She has worked there for years and unfortunately, her aunt has passed. The bar was left to Rune in her aunts will. Rune needs to keep on top of the mortgage payments, but without the special services her aunt offered, Rune is strugg [...]

    2. Megan Mackie classifies her novel The Finder of the Lucky Devil as a work of urban fiction/fantasy. If you can imagine marrying a story of a dystopian future of corporate-run government with the noir feel a 50's crime movie, and set it all in a world where magic is real, you would have an idea of what this story encompasses.Her protagonist, Rune Leveau, is a woman who is both on the run and undercover. The story opens with her being 'sprung' from a corporate prison facility by her aunt, one of t [...]

    3. I was given a review copy of this book, and I wasn't told what to expect from it. No summary, no background, just asked to read it and then decide if I might like it or not, and whether or not I thought it could be defined as a Paranormal Romance. I think it could definitely fit in the category of Paranormal, Fantasy, and building up into the Romance category. I liked that it didn't immediately jump into romance, guy sees girl, girl sees guy, they fall head over heels in love. I like that there [...]

    4. This is a world I basically want to live in-right now. Hell, I'll trade and cut off my right arm to become a cybernetic corporate spook any day. Get me a few friends that can also use magic and I'm setlet's run this joint. Which, is what makes this book so great to me. The storyline is a nice mystery / unraveling awesome blossom style plotline that leads people along right up to the sequel. But the escapism offered by an alternate Chicago and seeing how things unfold in Megan's mind has been gre [...]

    5. This book has many different thing I like, supernatural elements, fantasy, a little romance, and more. This book has some good surprises for me. I like when I can be surprised by any part of a book. This is a new author for me as well, so I was not sure what to think but I was glad I gave this book a chance. *This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.*

    6. Dang!I’m not adverse to romance. As part of the unfairer side of man I don’t ‘dither’ in the heartthrob aisle section of name bookstores nor the quaint used ones either. My main proclivities that produce muh e-book endomorphins are sci-fi & action! Throwing in a bit of dystopian at times. Being Awed by this is a Velly Goot Understatement. This mental nourishment will engage all your gears as if you are inna Baja Road Race! Up. Down & Around You Will Go! The Surprise Will Be That [...]

    7. Really enjoyed this world and the writing. The book opened on the weak side, but got much better as I read on. The world was complicated without being too confusing. The main character was strong but human with a nice character arch. Supporting characters were engaging and fun. Definitely looking forward to the next installment.

    8. A fun book. Nothing too heavy, plot moves along at a good pace.But.This book is badly in need of a good editor. Spelling and grammar errors are everywhere. I usually don't notice that sort of thing, but even I spotted frequent errors. It didn't really interfere with my enjoyment of the book, but if you are the sort of person who is irritated by errors, this book is not for you.

    9. I understand that the author wants this to be a series but holy world building. There is so much going on that we never get to enjoy the premise or characters as so much more is constantly being introduced in to the mix.

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