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Sorcery Reborn

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John Wick with magic. Alive and magicless, Nate has hidden away in a small town to await the return of his magic that would take a year at least, to emerge again. Fighting skills never leave you, and Nate uses them all when Avalon groupies descend on the town not knowing Nate is alive and living there. The fights are epic, the magic spectacular, and the deaths of the villains glorious. Great start to the new story arc. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book from Netgalley.
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Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for the opportunity to read this book!

I loved the first part of this series where the story was mainly focused around Layla but now reading about the development of the plot with the story of Nathan I'm jumping of joy. 
Again fascinating magical world with all the mythology embedded in. 
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I was fortunate enough to be able to read this book ahead of release! As a huge fan of the world Steve has created, I didn't think I'd read another Nate book that I enjoyed more than Scorched Shadows,  but this did it. Sorcery Reborn was just fantastic! Answered some questions I've had since book one, left some more questions that I am sure will be answered in the next couple of books and I just cannot wait to read the next installment!

I love where the Rebellion Chronicles is headed, and within the first few chapters it was like I hadn't had to wait any time between installments and it just flowed straight into the story.

If you've read both Hellequinn, and Avalon Chronicles before this, the book contains all your favourite characters, some magnificent swears, and even some feels I was not expecting. All in all this is my new favourite book Steve has written.
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