Black Magic Sanction
In "New York Times" bestselling author Kim Harrison's most complex and nuanced adventure yet, bounty hunter and witch Rachel Morgan fights a deadly battle--mind, body, and soul "Black Magic Sanction" Rachel Morgan has fought and hunted vampires, werewolves, banshees, demons, and other supernatural dangers as both witch and bounty hunter--and lived to tell the tale. But she's never faced off against her own kind . . . until now. Denounced and shunned for dealing with demons and black magic, her best hope is life imprisonment--at worst, a forced lobotomy and genetic slavery. Only her enemies are strong enough to help her win her freedom, but trust comes hard when it hinges on the unscrupulous tycoon Trent Kalamack, the demon Algaliarept, and an ex-boyfriend turned thief. It takes a witch to catch a witch, but survival bears a heavy price.
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- Hardback | 487 pages
- 166.9 x 231.9 x 28.2mm | 716.67g
- 23 Feb 2010
- HarperCollins Publishers Inc
- New York, United States
"I wouldn't miss a Kim Harrison book for anything."--Charlaine Harris
"I wouldn't miss a Kim Harrison book for anything." Charlaine Harris
Our customer reviews
This is one of my favourite series for any number of reasons. To be honest there were some plot points in Black Magic Sanction that I am not to sure about, particularly the sterilisation/lobotomy threat, however I was willing to swallow it while I was reading and there was so much going on as Rachel stumbled from one crisis to another. Again for me the main appeal of this series are the characters and Harrisons ability to keep them interesting. I felt sad for Jenks, interested in Ivy's new relationship, dismayed at Trent's betrayal, disgusted by Nick and amused by Al. Mostly I was glad to see Rachel finally reach some sort of acceptance of her ability and stand up for herself. A fast paced, entertaining read - the next can't come fast enough.show moreby Shelley Cusbert