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Manual Princess of Wands (Special Circumstances Book 1)
Barbara Everette, homemaker living in a small town in Mississippi, had the perfect life - perfect husband, perfect children, perfect house, and perfect Christian Faith. She cooked and cleaned perfectly and managed all of the chores of the modern suburbanite, toting the kids, running the PTA, teaching kung-fu in the local dojo perfectly. Special: distinguished by some unusual quality. Circumstances: a piece of evidence that indicates the probability or improbability of an event.
Princess of Wands
Barbara Everette, homemaker living in a small town in Mississippi, had the perfect life. Perfect husband, perfect children, perfect house, perfect Christian Faith.
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She cooked and cleaned perfectly and managed all of the chores of the modern suburbanite, toting the kids, running the PTA, teaching kung-fu in the local dojo. But perfection has a price and the day came when Barbara snapped. She simply had to have "one weekend off. Jan 22, Dan rated it it was amazing Shelves: ladies-who-kick-butt , first-book-in-series , christian-characters. I have truly enjoyed both books in this series.
The characters are delightful. What a great concept for a series. One thing, if you and Barbara are going somewhere, its best that you do the driving! Jul 23, Elliott Baez rated it really liked it. A wonderful read, and this is at least my 5th one. A different take on the supernatural, and one that deeply intrigues me.
Plenty of action to enjoy, and enough surprises to make this enjoyable, and revel in with another reading. All that said, it is a string of 2 Novellas and a short story, but I can work with that when there is character continuity. And I certainly enjoy the combination of the arcane and ecumenical belief more than most people. Recommended highly. Felt good to have read. Very entertaining addition to the urban fantasy genre. Though I'm not really Christian, I have a resentment towards the over used trope of the close minded, naive Christian fool. Barbara Everette is a character more in line with what I have experienced them to be.
Believable characters in exciting situations. Loved it. Nov 17, Isaac rated it really liked it Shelves: listen-as-audiobook , love-it-or-hate-it-aka-hit-or-miss , urban-fantasy , strong-female-lead , annoying-religious-stuff , why-is-there-a-call-girl , fast-paced-not-superficial-writing.
Queen of Wands (Special Circumstances Book 2)
Despite my annoyance at all the religious talk, it worked out much better. The protagonist is strong, not in her physical abilities aspect but in her mentality and personality. She is a housewife and believes that her husband is the man of the house yet she still holds and retains her own self. She is not your smartest know everything type of protagonist.
But she is also not your dimwit that pushes the plot forward through "fucking up" pardon my language and being stupid. She's definitely brigh Despite my annoyance at all the religious talk, it worked out much better. She's definitely bright and smart enough to see things and think in a way most general mundane people, like myself, wouldn't. Plot wise, it's alright. I enjoyed how the book is broken up. Three stories equals three parts. Distinct and definite with an epilogue too.
Part 1 is the coming of age. Part 2 is training up.
Part 3 is an ending and showing how she copes with life. I can't remember the last time, which wasn't that many anyways, I read a "fantasy" or "urban fantasy" with any mystery involved. Well, at least, not in English. Well, there might be some out there shining itself to me but shadowed by a thick wall of "romance".
I do hate the modern "romance".
John Ringo wrote this in a rather fast paced way. Things come and go without too much pause or thinking. The whole plot happens and finishes within days. He also didn't do much descriptive writing, which I call superficial writing because that's what descriptive writing is, masking everything over a layer of I don't know what. I like to do Pros and Cons but those are subjective and not facts, so just a warning.