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10 thoughts on “Mayhem and Magic

  1. Jess Jess says:

    This was fine I love Sarah Fine so much but she didn't come through in this stylegraphic novel The artwork style was an interesting choice I felt like if you hadn't read the Reliuary series this would have made very little sense to you nor would you have gotten much of a story But I also felt like as a fan of the series that there wasn't much content or connection I think it got confused about whether it was trying to be a new piece for people who were already entrenched in the series or as an introductionconnection for fans of graphic novels to pick up the NA originals


  2. Dawn Dawn says:

    OkayThe artwork was very good but I just didn't uite get the story I needed info about the main character


  3. Debbie Ballard Debbie Ballard says:

    Thrilling and suspenseful wonderfully illustrated by Andrew Dalhouse and wonderfully written by the fabulously talented Sarah FineAsa Ward is sent on an unbelievable spellbinding errand using magic and fighting off his enemies to acuire the relicRead the highly recommended graphic novel about Asa Ward's Mayhem and Magic


  4. Phil Phil says:

    Disclaimer I received a free ecopy via Goodreads Giveaways in exchange for an honest reviewMayhem Magic is part of the Reliuary series by Sarah Fine It seems to be a trend with Jet City books that they are connected to a series of novels I found this one to be developed a bit better than some of the others As a result I enjoyed it a bit tooThis is set in an alternate version of our world where magic exists Not a new concept by any means but it does distinguish itself in a couple ways There are four types of magic and each one allows the user to affect the world in a different way It is also possible to imbue some of that magic into items or people There are also some interesting roles based around magic Some people can use one of the four types of magic while others are able to see the connections that people and objects have to magicAsa Ward is one of the latter type of people and he uses his ability to track down items imbued with magic which he then sells He tries to live below the radar to protect himself and those around him After crossing a gangster he is pulled into a battle between different crime factionsThe exciting thing about this book is how Ward interacts with the world around him His position lets the reader get a glimpse of all four types of magic in action We see his capabilities something he cares about and something he fears Taken as a whole these elements give life to the characterI didn't care much for the art though Like some of the other Jet City books there is too much shading used The characters don't stand out very much However this is contrasted nicely by the colors used for the magic Each type has a different color and it becomes easy to identify which one is being employed by color aloneI like the setting that Fine created Ward is a great character to introduce the reader to that world


  5. Cynthia Fry Cynthia Fry says:

    I love the artwork and the world It gives a noir feel and a futuristic feel at the same time The types of magic and the general idea are well placed but I feel I should learn about this world and the main character specifically This is a good visual introduction to the fictional works by the same author


  6. Sydney (sydneysshelves) West Sydney (sydneysshelves) West says:

    I was provided a free copy of this by goodreads There are four types of magic Senilio is sensing magic Knedas is persuasion magic Strikon is pain magic and Ekstazo is pleasure magic The plot of this new Urban Fantasy graphic novel The art was alright I like cleaner pictures usually But I can see where having the unclean edges lent itself to this particular story since we are dealing with multiple mob bosses and a magical thief I thought the plot was semi interesting though I don't know of anyone who would put themselves in that much danger for their dog Also some of the conversations were awkwardunrealistic to be spoken between a serial criminal and a magical policeman or mob boss It felt like reading a middle schooler talk minus the humor But the main character's inner voice was engaging and interesting I don't even know if we're told his name He's just small time But overall I would recommend this to people who enjoy a good Urban Fantasy


  7. Kristine Hansen Kristine Hansen says:

    Interesting story about magic in our world used for unsavory things The idea of the how magic works is fascinating and the main character out to save his DOG is interesting and a lot of fun Artwork is decent though I'm dinging this a point because the beginning felt a little confusing even after re reading it as I got into the storyI'd be intrigued to see other books set in this world Overall this was a fun read and one I'd actually keep my eyes open for Sarah Fine does a great job telling a story and keeping the reader wanting to see what happens next Definitely recommended I won a copy of this book in a Goodreads Giveaway This in no way affected my review


  8. Aaron Aaron says:

    This graphic novel left too much unsaid and forced me to fill in way too many blanks The underlying magic was explained but left me feeling the characters were unrealistic I couldn't empathize with the villainous heroI admit my familiarity with the genre is limited but I have read much better material with a flowing storyline and characters whose motivations and actions make sense The underlying premise has merit and could be developed into something much meaningful and relevantThis seems to be the norm for graphic novels now but this is not a comic book Lewd language and situations make this an adult read I received a free copy from Goodreads giveaways


  9. Melissa Melissa says:

    Received this book for free in a giveawayThis ended up feeling far to convoluted and confusing The world isn't well developed And it spends time than needed explaining the powers Like one issue talked about it then the next issue did as well It's like I just read that and I know What I want to know is new information about the world you are trying to build here I didn't develop a strong feel for any of the characters and didn't particuarly like any of them either The art was nice though


  10. Melissa Melissa says:

    Well considering how obsessed I am with Reliuary and Splinter it's only natural that I would read the comics about my main sueeze Asa I'll admit it wasn't uite what I was expecting a little too short a little not about Asa and Mattie what I know what I like but it was still good I liked having the visual while I was reading Now if only we could get Asa's POV during the Reliuary series I think I might die and go to book heaven then


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Mayhem and Magic ❰KINDLE❯ ❆ Mayhem and Magic Author Sarah Fine – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Collecting comic book issues #1 4 this GRAPHIC NOVEL tells a brand new story in Sarah Fine’s RELIUARY universeBestselling author Sarah Fine Marked Sanctum gives hard boiled noir a magical edge in th Collecting comic book issues this GRAPHIC NOVEL tells a brand new story in Sarah Fine’s RELIUARY universeBestselling author Sarah Fine Marked Sanctum gives hard boiled noir a magical edge in this stand alone four issue comic book adventure—where crime collides with conjuring in the spellbinding world of her Reliuary series Featuring an action packed script by Alex De Campi No Mercy Grindhouse and stunning art from Dennis Calero Mayhem and Kindle - X Men NoirFreelance thief for hire Asa Ward’s latest job is heisting a powerful magic relic from a gangster’s lair But what should be an easy payday uickly becomes larceny the hard way—when he’s dragged into a three way crime war where mind bending body racking magic is the most lethal weapon of all And just when Asa thinks he’s scored the ruthless kingpin he’s ripping off strikes backthreatening the only life Asa values than his own.

10 thoughts on “Mayhem and Magic

  1. Jess Jess says:

    This was fine I love Sarah Fine so much but she didn't come through in this stylegraphic novel The artwork style was an interesting choice I felt like if you hadn't read the Reliuary series this would have made very little sense to you nor would you have gotten much of a story But I also felt like as a fan of the series that there wasn't much content or connection I think it got confused about whether it was trying to be a new piece for people who were already entrenched in the series or as an introductionconnection for fans of graphic novels to pick up the NA originals

  2. Dawn Dawn says:

    OkayThe artwork was very good but I just didn't uite get the story I needed info about the main character

  3. Debbie Ballard Debbie Ballard says:

    Thrilling and suspenseful wonderfully illustrated by Andrew Dalhouse and wonderfully written by the fabulously talented Sarah FineAsa Ward is sent on an unbelievable spellbinding errand using magic and fighting off his enemies to acuire the relicRead the highly recommended graphic novel about Asa Ward's Mayhem and Magic

  4. Phil Phil says:

    Disclaimer I received a free ecopy via Goodreads Giveaways in exchange for an honest reviewMayhem Magic is part of the Reliuary series by Sarah Fine It seems to be a trend with Jet City books that they are connected to a series of novels I found this one to be developed a bit better than some of the others As a result I enjoyed it a bit tooThis is set in an alternate version of our world where magic exists Not a new concept by any means but it does distinguish itself in a couple ways There are four types of magic and each one allows the user to affect the world in a different way It is also possible to imbue some of that magic into items or people There are also some interesting roles based around magic Some people can use one of the four types of magic while others are able to see the connections that people and objects have to magicAsa Ward is one of the latter type of people and he uses his ability to track down items imbued with magic which he then sells He tries to live below the radar to protect himself and those around him After crossing a gangster he is pulled into a battle between different crime factionsThe exciting thing about this book is how Ward interacts with the world around him His position lets the reader get a glimpse of all four types of magic in action We see his capabilities something he cares about and something he fears Taken as a whole these elements give life to the characterI didn't care much for the art though Like some of the other Jet City books there is too much shading used The characters don't stand out very much However this is contrasted nicely by the colors used for the magic Each type has a different color and it becomes easy to identify which one is being employed by color aloneI like the setting that Fine created Ward is a great character to introduce the reader to that world

  5. Cynthia Fry Cynthia Fry says:

    I love the artwork and the world It gives a noir feel and a futuristic feel at the same time The types of magic and the general idea are well placed but I feel I should learn about this world and the main character specifically This is a good visual introduction to the fictional works by the same author

  6. Sydney (sydneysshelves) West Sydney (sydneysshelves) West says:

    I was provided a free copy of this by goodreads There are four types of magic Senilio is sensing magic Knedas is persuasion magic Strikon is pain magic and Ekstazo is pleasure magic The plot of this new Urban Fantasy graphic novel The art was alright I like cleaner pictures usually But I can see where having the unclean edges lent itself to this particular story since we are dealing with multiple mob bosses and a magical thief I thought the plot was semi interesting though I don't know of anyone who would put themselves in that much danger for their dog Also some of the conversations were awkwardunrealistic to be spoken between a serial criminal and a magical policeman or mob boss It felt like reading a middle schooler talk minus the humor But the main character's inner voice was engaging and interesting I don't even know if we're told his name He's just small time But overall I would recommend this to people who enjoy a good Urban Fantasy

  7. Kristine Hansen Kristine Hansen says:

    Interesting story about magic in our world used for unsavory things The idea of the how magic works is fascinating and the main character out to save his DOG is interesting and a lot of fun Artwork is decent though I'm dinging this a point because the beginning felt a little confusing even after re reading it as I got into the storyI'd be intrigued to see other books set in this world Overall this was a fun read and one I'd actually keep my eyes open for Sarah Fine does a great job telling a story and keeping the reader wanting to see what happens next Definitely recommended I won a copy of this book in a Goodreads Giveaway This in no way affected my review

  8. Aaron Aaron says:

    This graphic novel left too much unsaid and forced me to fill in way too many blanks The underlying magic was explained but left me feeling the characters were unrealistic I couldn't empathize with the villainous heroI admit my familiarity with the genre is limited but I have read much better material with a flowing storyline and characters whose motivations and actions make sense The underlying premise has merit and could be developed into something much meaningful and relevantThis seems to be the norm for graphic novels now but this is not a comic book Lewd language and situations make this an adult read I received a free copy from Goodreads giveaways

  9. Melissa Melissa says:

    Received this book for free in a giveawayThis ended up feeling far to convoluted and confusing The world isn't well developed And it spends time than needed explaining the powers Like one issue talked about it then the next issue did as well It's like I just read that and I know What I want to know is new information about the world you are trying to build here I didn't develop a strong feel for any of the characters and didn't particuarly like any of them either The art was nice though

  10. Melissa Melissa says:

    Well considering how obsessed I am with Reliuary and Splinter it's only natural that I would read the comics about my main sueeze Asa I'll admit it wasn't uite what I was expecting a little too short a little not about Asa and Mattie what I know what I like but it was still good I liked having the visual while I was reading Now if only we could get Asa's POV during the Reliuary series I think I might die and go to book heaven then

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