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  1. says:

    First of all if you like this book don’t even read this review Second of all if you are thinking of reading it just read it I read this I’m not sad or mad or anything else There’s things that are okay and things that aren’t but sadly I don’t think I’ve found my next new series This remains firmly in Prolemat

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    This review was originally posted on Books of My HeartPart Time Gods is the follow up book to Minimum Wage Magic which was storage wars in a magic city where someone seemed bent on killing the main character  This DFZ series is set in the same world as the Heartstrikers series after the events of the last book You don’t have to have read the Heartstrikers series to enjoy time in the Detroit Free Zone DFZ but it is g

  3. says:

    Rachel Aaron's talent in creating effortlessly enjoyable and engaging character driven stories with fascinating worldbuilding is yet again evident in Part Time Gods the second book in the DFZ trilogyI probably sound like a broken record by now

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    I got uite surprised by Rachel's Surprise release day bitches the other day and I legit dropped everything I was doing and bought the bookI LOVED IT TO BITS This series is a delight to read and everything is perfect with it It even got dragon than last one but still not enough dragonsI do feel slightly robbed because about 24% of the book is bonus content and not actual Part Time Gods contentThis picks up about where Minimum Wage Magic en

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    More adventures in the DFZ This delightful spinoff series is shaping up to be even solid than Heartstrikers I'm loving itI binged Part Time Gods in a single day its one of those fun lighthearted books that function as palate cleansers between heavier fantasy novels The story revolved around MC Opal going to creative extremes trying to shake off a dragon curse laid on her which was my favorite element of the bo

  6. says:

    45 rounded up Such a great read I never really got into the Heart striker books but really love this series

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    Ahoy there me mateys Those who have been aboard for a while know that urban fantasy and I are not usually friends In fact we tend to be enemies I can’t explain why It’s just a truth And yet this here be a combined review of the first two books in this urban fantasy series Keep reading to find out why While I try to post no spoilers ye have been forewarned and continue at yer own peril So basically I can blame two t

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    I am so happy to be back in the world of the DFZ So it was a happy surprise that the author did a surprise relea

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    A good seuel with cool cameos from Heartstrikers Bob Peacemaker mentions of Amelia Why four starts? well Opal's stubbornness irritates me and I'm not partial to romance subplot It changes nothing though I'll buy any DFZ Hea

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    A truly messed up heroine dragons and a city which is a God Darker than its preuel but still fun I was wondering if the DFZ was going to make my ghost work off everything I’d promised her or if she’d let me pass on to the afterlife unmolested

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Part Time Gods

To be Thanks to the supernatural bad luck that turns everything I do against me these days I’m of a walking disaster Getting rid of this curse is the only way to get my life back Unfortunately dragon magic is every bit as sneaky an. More adventures in the DFZ This delightful spinoff series is shaping up to be even solid than Heartstrikers I m loving itI binged Part Time Gods in a single day its one of those fun lighthearted books that function as palate cleansers between heavier fantasy novels The story revolved around MC Opal going to creative extremes trying to shake off a dragon curse laid on her which was my favorite element of the book It added on to the already interesting premise reminiscent of the show Storage Wars and gave a much in depth exploration the DFZ a placeentity that has captured my attention since the first Heartstrikers book And I haven t even mentioned the dragons and how much I love their haughty stubborn personalities the hard headedness between Opal and her father is a really satisfying contest of wills I can t wait to see it played out All the things people This is a killer seriesThe only thing holding me back from full praise is the budding love story I have a few reservations The characters are adorable and a total perfect fit but the romantic tension isn t working well for me The characters are behaving almost unnaturally to avoid that getting together moment and I feel like there s a lot of extremely forced and unnecessary conflict in play to keep them apart plus a dose of uncharacteristic stupidity It s coming across as of a writer s construct to save some of the tension for the next book which I can appreciate but there was so much clear chemistry between the characters in this book also a good thing that dragging it on felt contrived Hopefully this means the next book will be on fireRecommendations If you like dragons fun characters and books that don t fit the mold this is my pick for you Heartstikers was awesome containing some of the best omg moments I ve read in ages but it lacked a little consistency I thought books 4 5 should ve been tightened into a single story This DFZ spin off is so far much even and I m loving every moment Rachel AaronBach is among my shortlist of favorite authors for a reason Give her books a try for some funVia The Obsessive Bookseller at wwwNikiHawkescomOther books you might like

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D deadly the monsters behind it and just as hard to beatBut I’ve never been one to take her doom at face value Cornered doesn’t mean defeated and in an awakened city that rules herself dragons are no longer the biggest powers arou. A good seuel with cool cameos from Heartstrikers Bob Peacemaker mentions of Amelia Why four starts well Opal s stubbornness irritates me and I m not partial to romance subplot It changes nothing though I ll buy any DFZ Heartstrikers related book Aaron writes as soon as it s published

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Life in the magical mess of the Detroit Free Zone is never easy When you’re laboring under the curse of a certain prideful overbearing dragon it can be down right impossibleMy name is Opal Yong ae and I’m a Cleaner At least I used. Rachel Aaron s talent in creating effortlessly enjoyable and engaging character driven stories with fascinating worldbuilding is yet again evident in Part Time Gods the second book in the DFZ trilogyI probably sound like a broken record by now but Rachel Aaron is my go to author whenever I needed a pick me up There is just something inherently comfortable and engaging about her writing and her stories that allow me to immerse myself into an intriguing world with its compelling characters right from the start and it doesn t let go until the end I ve pretty much devoured every single book she s written in no than 2 to 3 sittings and over a couple of days at the most depending on the length As Part Time Gods is not a long book by fantasy standards I finished this in a day And it was a great seuelThe story of Opal continues with her curse plaguing her every move the partnership with Nik notwithstanding The plot in this seuel focussed on Opal doggedly determined to find any possible method of countering and working around the curse to gain freedom from her father I have to say that Opal did get on my nerves uite a bit in this instalment despite understanding her predicament and the reasons behind her persistence Meanwhile I was delighted when a visit to the chaotic Rentfree district sparked some revelations surrounding the deliciously mysterious and badass Nik True to Aaron s promise we did get of Nik but I still want Now the characterisation remains excellent in spite of what I said about being annoyed with Opal She is a compelling character The reason for my annoyance was because she is a likeable person one who I can see myself befriending but her stubbornness rivalled that of her obstinate father It was a tug of war of draconic proportions and conseuences where I feel sympathy for one and empathy for anotherHave you ever read a book where an element of the worldbuilding itself can be considered as a character Then let me tell you that the city of DFZ is in my opinion the best character in this trilogy The Rentfree district that I mentioned above was one of the craziest things I ve ever read Just imagine that you can live in an area for free or however little you can afford to pay hence the name but the buildings are constantly shifting around subject to the whims of the city yes you read that right You ll never know when you will need to evict yourself to the next available place but it will happen for certain The atmosphere just screams seedy chaotic and discordantly vibrant Those who have read the Heartstrikers series will know what the DFZ has become and the development of the city since then had been astounding It pained me not to mention too much about it as I do not want to spoil readers who have not read Heartstrikers As far as worldbuilding is concerned this has one of urban fantasy s finestSpeaking of Heartstrikers we finally had the long awaited cameo appearances of well loved characters from the prior series These characters had been so well established that they felt so true to the ones whom we knew and loved even in the several pages where they appeared I had this feeling of exuberant joy and wistful nostalgia all at onceThe pacing of these books had been remarkable giving readers just the right blend of humour tension action and contemplative moments to make it a fun and absorbing read The narrative maintains a steady forward momentum either with progressing with some development around the characters the worldbuilding or the plot The ending of Part Time Gods seemed rather abrupt and while it was not exactly a cliffhanger it did leave me feeling a bit on edge about the implications of the events that transpired in the final chapter The next book is going to be really intense and exciting and I can t wait to read it You can purchase a copy of the book from US You can also find this and my other reviews at Novel Notions

  • Kindle Edition
  • 336
  • Part Time Gods
  • Rachel Aaron
  • English
  • 17 July 2017
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About the Author: Rachel Aaron

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