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Bound Mage Alex Verus is caught between a rock and a hard place in the eighth urban fantasy novel from the national bestselling author of Burned Right now I wasn t seeing Richard as the teacher out of my ni

  • Title: Bound
  • Author: Benedict Jacka
  • ISBN: 9781101988534
  • Page: 140
  • Format: ebook
  • Mage Alex Verus is caught between a rock and a hard place in the eighth urban fantasy novel from the national bestselling author of Burned.Right now I wasn t seeing Richard as the teacher out of my nightmares, he was just another Dark mage, and I looked into the future to see what would happen if I turned that knife on him insteadAlex Verus is still haunted by his timeMage Alex Verus is caught between a rock and a hard place in the eighth urban fantasy novel from the national bestselling author of Burned.Right now I wasn t seeing Richard as the teacher out of my nightmares, he was just another Dark mage, and I looked into the future to see what would happen if I turned that knife on him insteadAlex Verus is still haunted by his time apprenticed to Richard Drakh He s been free of him for many years, but now the only way to keep his friends from being harmed is to again work for Richard and his deadly ally Even worse, he s forced to bring the Light mage Anne into this servitude as well.After weeks of being hunted and finally cornered into what he thought was his last stand, Alex never thought his life would be spared and never anticipated at what price This time, the diviner can see no way out

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    1. I was so excited to get this on Netgalley and I'm still excited after having read the latest Alex novel. :)Things have changed quite a bit for him and his friends after the events of Burned, and for any of you who remember the end, things have gotten Dark indeed.Having no spoilers is going to be a huge chore here because all I want to do is talk about the new developments and the strange reveals and the action and the end surprise! *sigh*I tell you, I'm still so excited!However, I can safely tel [...]

    2. Number 8 in the series and still going so well! There was an interesting new approach in this one with the story being spread over a much longer time period than usual. There's a lot of discussion and debate between the main characters and some explanations and philosophising but it never slows the book down. Of course there is also a huge amount of action and Alex gets really tough by the end! Never threaten his Anne!My only problem was that the book was far too short, but what a great and tota [...]

    3. I'd like to apologize to Benedict Jacka. He spent months slaving over this book and I devoured it in a lazy Saturday afternoon like some demented Mr Creosote. It was good, but I am already ready for more. Sorry.

    4. This is the eighth book in the Alex Verus series, and I'm glad to find that Alex is finally realising that he has to do something other than just deal with today's problem then sit back and wait for tomorrow's. He's starting to think ahead, and this gives the potential for more interesting developments in the future.Although the action takes place over several months - rather than the more typical several days - it moves quickly enough that this book felt shorter than the 416 pages says it is; [...]

    5. This long running urban fantasy series still delivers the goods despite this one being a bridging novel between the disasters of the previous books and finding out the true plans of the Dark Mages.Alex and Anne are now bound to serve Richard Drakh under pain of the death of everyone they know and care about. Strangely, what Richard does with their service is largely business as usual for both of them with even worse relations with the Light Mages of the Council. It's hard to believe those relati [...]

    6. Decent enough Alex Verus story. Volume 8 in the saga and he is now working reluctant for his old mentor and the Dark Mages. His loyal team remain as does his giant spider friend Arachne as they face a minefield of politics and violence trying to do the right thing. Felt like a bit of a filler book but liked the discovery of The Hollow and Luna starting to find herself again. And still love the Blink Fox. All in all worth a read but did not grab me like some other Verus stories.

    7. Working as Morden's liaison to the Keepers as well as his personal aide is the only thing that keeps Levistus's death sentence off of Alex Verus' head. So even this situation is not one that Alex wants from himself he needs to learn how to work with it. But Alex realizes that he needs a bargaining position, a win condition, that can help him fighting against both Richard and Levistus so while doing his job at the council, Alex also tries to work on his personal powerI truly forgot how I enjoyed [...]

    8. Oh, poor Alex Verus life just keeps getting worse for him.As the book opens Alex and Anne have been blackmailed into working for Dark Mage Richard Drakh and his right hand, the first Dark Mage representative on the Council, Morden. The gang of four: Alex, Anne, Lunar and Variam are broken and isolated, forced to align with the Dark Mages against their wishes and villified by the Light Mages they walk a deadly line. Even Drakh and Morden's Chosen and other cohorts loath and detest Alex. His home [...]

    9. Wow! I love that the Alex Verus series is always filled with action and dire situations. Bound starts right where the previous book, Burned, left off and I do so enjoy the title that has been chosen for this book. Alex is absolutely bound by circumstances in this book and there is no wiggle room for the choices he must make. Having already lost everything, there is very little that Alex has left to lose, except his friends. It is this threat, the promise of death to everyone he cares for, that m [...]

    10. Oh finally, I needed a book worth staying up all night for and Jacka did not disappoint.I was nervous to begin this book, since the last book left the protagonist about to begin working for the bad guy against his will. I was all braced for making sure no one finding out he was betraying his friends and everything he stood for, while feeling the crushing weight of lying and conspiracy. Instead, to my complete relief, Jacka skips all the build up (seriously, don't start this series anywhere other [...]

    11. Eighth in the Alex Verus urban fantasy series based in London and revolving around a mage who wants to be left alone.My TakeJesus. Talk about a rock and a hard place. Jacka yanks us in from the first page with Alex's inner thoughts hook that combines with an emotional hook…Drakh is such a horrible man. He's so horrible that he could be a Light mage. Yep, that's right. Y'all think the Light is the side of good? Nope, it's merely the side of behind-the-scene machinations, vicious power struggles [...]

    12. 3.5 rounded up.A solid installment in one of my favorite UF series, this book manages to balance action, humor, and serious dilemmas without too much trouble. The pacing is a bit off, though, and I had a little difficulty really getting into it until the halfway mark. The climax is crackerjack, though, and the book ends with a strong, intriguing shake-up that may turn this into a very different series going forward.After finishing the previous book, I had some worries about how this series was d [...]

    13. Well, I can honestly say I am really enjoying the series. The writing in this book, as well as the intricate plot details are really really strong. Poor Alex just gets pulled deeper and deeper into a really unfortunate predicament. The cliffhanger at the end rings of opportunity and a possible resolution to the whole mess. That being said, this book was too short. I tried to ration it out, but at the end, it felt like the plot didn't advance enough for me (which is strange because a lot actually [...]

    14. Oh my a lot happens in this book! This has a lot of non-stop action as Alex weaves his way through Richards manipulations, it's quite the page turner.

    15. For me, this book provides some essential development in both plot and character for the series. Up until now it had seemed that Alex wasn't really going anywhere as a character. Each story featured him with his back to the wall and either under suspicion from both sides or being actively attacked by them. The seemingly endless parade of interchangeable Light and Dark mages was also becoming tedious.Happily, 'Bound' breaks this pattern. Alex is (finally) building a network of allies and actively [...]

    16. It's the 8th book on the series, and it seems things are only getting better! How does Jacka do this?Alex is back in London and now officially working for the bad guys. Who, as it turns out, are really the bad guys but apparently good bosses. Alex still isn't quite happy, but seems to adapt quite well only, of course, until everything goes to hell.I think what I enjoy most about this series is the fact that the bad guys are intelligent and have plans. Morden? Definitely thinking a few steps beyo [...]

    17. Book 8 in the Alex Verus series, and it goes straight into the plot with no recaps. (If it's been a while, you might want to reread Burned to refresh your memory.)Without giving any spoilers, I can tell you that Verus' core group find themselves reevaluating their relationships as they find places on their own, and start acting more like the journeymen they now are. There's also a quest, and a definite theme of insanity - probably not surprising, all things considered - and the balancing act bet [...]

    18. This is the 8th book in the Alex Verus series by Benedict Jacka. These books just keep getting better and better. Alex Verus is a mage in modern London and there exists a group of Light Mages and a group of Dark Mages both of who work against the other. Although Alex was trained by a Dark Mage, named Richard Drakh, he is now neutral and tries to stay out of the business of both sides but to no avail. Both sides hate him and are trying to kill him and his friends. Also Alex is forced to return to [...]

    19. Very very very good addition in the Alex Verus series. Love this world and characters but I just wish Alex gets off his ass finally and tells Anne how he feels, although events in this novel might make this difficult.I'm really looking forward to finding out what happens next, especially with the complex villains such as Richard, Morden and the Council. I'm also hoping the bond between Alex and Dreamstone gets explored more.

    20. Another excellent installment to this series. Stakes keep getting raised and I'm enjoying every minute. Alex and friends find themselves in some precarious positions; I love seeing how they maneuver their way throw them. This series is a must for any urban fantasy fans or there

    21. Start with the beginning of the series, this book is worth the effortBound is a good book. The series has been laying a lot of plot threads down, and rather than getting lost along the way this book builds on the climax of Burned and launches off down an even more complicated road, without losing any of the threads.Excellent character development all around. You’re not actually rooting for the bad guys, but you certainly get to understand some of them much better. Characters are called on thei [...]

    22. A hard place, for reader and protagonists.Yes, most of what Alex feared from the earliest introductions of the series are more-or-less coming to pass. He's drawn back into the Dark Mages, their brand of politics, and specifically his old mentor. None of that involves choices he wanted to make, and for the most part, try as he might, he been doing well while sliding deeper into the mess.But his 'luck' and wits are not quite up to snuff. He's down and sinking. He's bound.This leads to reversion. A [...]

    23. Oh hey, more Alex Verus.If you read the last one, you know he's working for the Dark. If you haven't, seriously, don't start here, that would be ridiculous.You know how in Long Epic Series, sometimes books don't feel like they're satisfying, because they're clearly moving you somewhere? I kind of feel like the last two have been that way. They're not unpleasant to read or anything, but, like, there's clearly supposed to be some pan-novel resolution going on, and they have to get there? Yeah, tha [...]

    24. Given how book 7 ended with a major change in status quo, book 8 leads down an interesting path. Its a messy book in a good sense. There are so many things happening and not happening, that it makes for an intriguing lead.Verus may have discovered a reason why Richard Drakh might want to keep him & Anne around while at the same time, he spends time strategizing on how to escape from his predicament. There is a tension between him & Anne, a very natural progression and an interesting deve [...]

    25. I really liked this one, especially since it had a longer timeline than most of the other books. I like seeing Luna develop into an adult. I really hope Alex realizes sometime how completely emotionally stunted he is.

    26. Wow! That was a really good book. Every new book in this series raises the stakes and they just keep getting better. Can't believe I now have to wait until the next one. It will be so long!

    27. 4.5 stars Alex's oldest enemies keep him and his friend Anne on ice through most of this book, but that does not mean nothing is happening. The last half or so really picks up the pace and the end of the book makes up for a slow beginning.

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