By the Cover: Crimes Against Magic

Judging a book by its cover may not be accurate, but it is fun.

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Crimes Against Magic
by Steve McHugh
4-Stars

Man uses sparklers and long camera exposures in an epic battle against London’s magical street gangs.

Disclaimer: My “rating” and comments for By the Cover posts do not reflect the actual content of the book. If I have read and reviewed the featured book, a link will be provided to that review. Otherwise, a link will be provided to the book’s Goodreads page.

 

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By the Cover: Crown of Lies

Judging a book by its cover may not be accurate, but it is fun.

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Crown of Lies
by Pepper Winters
3.5-Stars

Woman with broken arm and neck saved by amorphous man-dress beast.

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By the Cover: Something in the Heir

Judging a book by its cover may not be accurate, but it is fun.

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Something in the Heir
by Jenny Gardiner
2.5-Stars

Man with pretentious neck scarf smugly drops ‘witty’ royalty puns into every conversation.

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Review: Super 40

super-40_lucy-woodhull_cover Super 40 by Lucy Woodhall

My Rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is the second book I’ve read by Lucy Woodhull—the first was her 2016 release, 667 Ways to F*ck Up My Life.

Super 40 is a gem that celebrates womanhood in all forms while hooking us with Woodhull’s amazing sense of humor.

The book introduces us to Shannon, a 40-year-old divorcee living with her parents, working in a yarn shop… and, oh yes, she also obtains a superpower in the most embarrassing way possible. Shannon learns that life isn’t over at 40, and no matter what cards you’re dealt, you need to kick some butt and have fun while doing it.

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