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This is both a positive and a negative. Sands has a smooth, compelling voice that seems to curl around you as she speaks, or that makes you want to curl up for storytime. For Lily, born in Texas, she has a slight Southern accent that is just enough to notice without being distracting from the story. View all 8 comments. May 08, Jennifer rated it really liked it Recommended to Jennifer by: Secondhand Spirits is the start of a great new mystery series.
Lily Ivory is a real, live, magical-power having witch. I love that her actions aren't encumbered by karmic fears. She has no qualms about using her abilities to secure prime parking sports and other frivolous, yet harmless, perks. She lives by her own moral compass and does not relate her hereditary witchiness to any religious belief system.
She acquires a goblin-like familiar that pretends to be an innocent pet pig allowing him the Secondhand Spirits is the start of a great new mystery series. She acquires a goblin-like familiar that pretends to be an innocent pet pig allowing him the luxury of being being cuddled by women and the freedom to wander unhindered into changing-rooms. Lily owns and operates a vintage clothing shop, which I found much more fascinating than I thought I would. Many aspects of the business were portrayed, from the varying sources she acquires the clothing from to how she uses her abilities to match a person to the perfect retro outfit.
A soon to be bride and her bridesmaids came in to pick out dresses and the atmosphere was so fun, I felt as though I was there as well.
Lily has two potential romantic candidates. Aidan is a male witch who exudes an air of danger.
Max is a skeptic and professional myth-buster who seems to be falling for Lily despite his distaste for the supposed paranormal. Each man seems to have great potential as both heartthrob and heart-breaker.click here
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Many mysterious things happen in Secondhand spirits, from a missing child to a dead client. With ghosts, demons and other witches involved, the possibility for viable suspects is endless. The book ends in a surprise twist which I never saw coming. Secondhand Spirits is a quality cozy full of witchy fun. I can't wait for the next book in this series. Jul 08, Sher bogiewine rated it really liked it. I just discovered these types of cozy, paranormal mysteries, and I have to say I am ready for more.
Secondhand Spirits is light and breezy fun with a bit of darkness for some edge. For me witches can always add to the recipe for a good time; throw in some vintage fashion, a cool San Francisco Haight-Ashbury setting, a haunted house, a gargoyle that can morph into a pot-belly pig, herbs, spells, and demons and And there are NO vampires, a huge plus as far as I'm I just discovered these types of cozy, paranormal mysteries, and I have to say I am ready for more.
And there are NO vampires, a huge plus as far as I'm concerned!
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The characters were all likeable as well, especially the magic-wary Lily who can no longer deny her powers when she discovers children have been going missing in The City. This is certainly not rocket science I know, but it IS terribly fun brain candy, which we all need at least from time to time.
View all 3 comments. If I could pick a supernatural being to be it will always be a witch, And some people in my life might say I'm almost there How could I not like Lilly she is a witch who loves fashion I especially think I'm going to fall in love with Oscar, I want a familiar now The mystery was interesting, and I like how everything tied together including the folklore and the witchcraft This book was definitely a pleasant surprise.
I decided to read it because of the cute cover and ended up finding a great plot and well-developed characters. Oct 13, Anya rated it really liked it Shelves: Fun, interesting magic, less cozy mystery and more non-gritty urban fantasy though. Oct 20, Hallie rated it liked it Shelves: I'm writing this up just after writing up another UF book, A Modern Witch , and the two of them have become rather linked in my mind.
Whether the connection will make sense to anyone else or not is another matter. By all normal standards, I'd have to say Secondhand Spirits is a "better" book, but I liked it much less. I was a bit disappointed with my own lack of love, both because it's always nice agreeing with friends' take on books, and because there was a lot to like in Secondhand Spirits.
Lily was a sympathetic protagonist, making a good life for herself despite a lot of unhappiness in her past. The setting was fun too, and it was nice to see La Llorona making a duly tragic and spooky appearance. For all that I found to like though, two things put me off, and the more serious of these was that I picked up the book expecting it to be urban fantasy. Which it was in most ways, of course, but I was unable to read it in that way because of the author's acknowledgments at the beginning of the help provided by local covens and the note at the end stating that the spells used in the book were real ones and shouldn't be tried at home.
I certainly don't care what the author believes, and I don't have any problem with fiction expressing Wiccan beliefs not that I'm sure I've ever read such , but it just felt very muddled to me.
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The book portrayed covens of people exactly like the covens thanked by the author with real power that was just very much less powerful than the protagonist's - making her a - what? That's what I can't quite answer - she seems to have been on magical steroids, compared to the members of the coven, but nothing explained the difference between them. I am aware that this is an odd, and utterly personal reaction, but it was strong enough to spoil an otherwise enjoyable read, while A Modern Witch 's clear fantasy feeling worked very well for me.
The second, less serious niggle, was that I was a bit put off by the way Lily used her powers to help make her business successful. Nothing was really that different from what Lauren had been unknowingly doing in A Modern Witch , but it somehow tipped over the line for me into dodgy. And the smallest niggle of all was "the male witch". Even after she'd met him, Lily seemed to be biased against him just because he was male, and that was a bit annoying. I had all these problems with Secondhand Spirits , to the same degree, as I was reading it, so reading A Modern Witch didn't change how I felt about it.
It just hit the happy spots I'd been missing before, on each of these niggles. With so many different books crossing multiple genres, most are a bit hard to place in one specific genre, which is one of the things about this book. It's not really that much of a mystery, at least not in the traditional sense. Not that that's a bad thing, mind you. The story follows Lily, a natural born witch who has fled her na With so many different books crossing multiple genres, most are a bit hard to place in one specific genre, which is one of the things about this book. The story follows Lily, a natural born witch who has fled her native Texas for the sunny lands of San Francisco.
When a young child goes missing during a visit to an elderly client wishing to unload some clothes, Lily finds herself getting caught up in her previous life- something that isn't helped when a handsome male witch shows up claiming to have met her mysterious father. This book started off sort of awkwardly. It's just that the first part of the book was a bit clunky.
Why am I emphasizing this?
Because I don't want any potential readers to get turned off by the beginning of the book. That was one part of the book that I really wanted more information on. I guess that's an incentive to read future books in the series. It's not going to win any huge awards, but it will be something that I'll recommend to my friends.
Nov 20, Michelle Randall rated it really liked it Shelves: I discovered author Juliet Blackwell awhile back when I found her Haunted Home Renovation Series, and I loved that first book so much, that I researched the author to see what else she might hve written, and discovered this series, A Witchcraft Mystery. I loved this book. Lily is our lead, a powerful witch, that we know very little about, so we discover just a little about her history, with so many more mysteries in her as a person herself yet to discover.
Bronwyn is actually a wiccan, a normal h I discovered author Juliet Blackwell awhile back when I found her Haunted Home Renovation Series, and I loved that first book so much, that I researched the author to see what else she might hve written, and discovered this series, A Witchcraft Mystery. Bronwyn is actually a wiccan, a normal human who practices witchcraft as a religion, but not a real witch and not powerful. Graphic Novels Comic Strips. My Wishlist. Know about stores. Products of this store will be shipped directly from the US to your country.
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