Part-Time Gods


      Part-Time Gods
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 impossible.My name is Opal Yong ae, and I m a Cleaner At least, I used 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 and deadly the monsters behind it, and just as hard to beat.But 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 around. Best Download eBook Part-Time Gods Author Rachel Aaron – tbjewellers.co.uk

Hello, my name is Rachel Aaron, and I write the Heartstriker books, a new Urban Fantasy series about misfit dragons, starting with Nice Dragons Finish Last I also wrote The Legend of Eli Monpress fantasy series for Orbit Books about a wizard thief and the poor bastards who have to try and stop him PLUS I m also the author of the new, rolicking fun Science Fiction romance Fortune s Pawn under the name Rachel Bach Confused yet I know I am I was born in Atlanta, but I currently live a lovely, nerdy, bookish life in Athens, GA with my lightspeed son, perpetually understanding husband, and fat dog Besides my own books, the internet knows me best for writing very fast The best way to get to know me is probably to read my blog or follow me on Twitter or Facebook.

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 324 pages
  • Part-Time Gods
  • Rachel Aaron
  • English
  • 21 October 2018

10 thoughts on “ Part-Time Gods

  1. says:

    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 great to see some cameos of characters I liked from that series cough Bob 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 great to see ...

  2. says:

    I got quite surprised by Rachel s Surprise release day bitches the other day and I legit dropped everything I was doing and bought the book.I LOVED IT TO BITS This series is a delight to read and everything is perfect with it It even gotdragon than last one but still not enough dragons.I do feel slightly robbed because about 24% of the book is bonus content and not actual Part Time Gods content.This picks up about where Minimum Wage Magic ends Opal and Nik doing their Cleaner I got quite surprised by Rachel s Surprise release day bitches the other day and I legit dropped everything I was doing and bought the book.I LOVED IT TO BITS This series is a delight to read and everything is perfect with it It even gotdragon tha...

  3. says:

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

  4. 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 trilogy.I 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 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 trilogy.I 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 nothan 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...

  5. says:

    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 things for reading this series One is the fascinating cover of book 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 re...

  6. says:

    A good sequel 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.

  7. says:

    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 release Opal has literally been cursed with bad luck, and she is working to find a loophole She s working with Nik, her partner in Cleaning, to make enough money to payback the debt to her family Opal is a great character She wants independence and she s not obnoxious about it and has her reasons She s also stubborn and determined This book focuses on Opal and her strained 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 release Opal has literally been cursed with bad luck, and she is working to find a loophole She s working with Nik, her partner in Cleaning, to make enough money to payback the debt to her family Opal is a great character She wants independence and she s not obnoxious about it and has her reasons She s also stubborn and determined This book focuses on Opal and her strained relationship with her father The best parts of the book dealt with him, the rest was good but those parts truly shined The dragons are easily the most entertaining part of the series.My only cons with the book are the characters can get really preachy in explaining their motivations It s a minor complaint for sure, but sometimes it takes me out of the story Note the book ends at 75% on the kindle The rest are backads and previews of the...

  8. says:

    It s not for eating I cried That s my magic potato Opal s crazy frantic humor really gets me in this book RTC

  9. says:

    I nearly rated this 2.5 3 stars for how it ended Why because it just kind of ends and then there s sample chapters from previous books In fact according to my e reader 25% of the epub file is basically advertisement for Ms Aaron s other novels Which means my 4 star rating is a very salty 4 stars because I feel gypped out of a quarter of a book despite it being a...

  10. says:

    4.5 stars Loved it butSigh Almost perfect But the father annoyed me again only it was much, and Opal was REALLY stupid, and there was drama for the sake of drama So I hated those three things, but the rest was so good I don t want to bump it down any.Wish Opal used her brains some...

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