Review of ‘New Spark’

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Faz Pound, aka Black Spark, is a dark magic enforcer. He and his girlfriend, Kate, a vampire who wants to be more or less normal, have moved to a peaceful house in the countryside. Things are idyllic, except for a few unruly chickens, until his boss, Mage Rikka, assigns him a new job. Trolls are exhibiting intelligence—and belligerence—zombies have left their protected enclave, and there are hints that the blood-thirsty vampires are up to something.

There is no rest for the weary when such doings are afoot, and Faz is off again, protecting the Hidden from itself.

New Spark by Al K. Line is book number three in the Dark Magic Enforcer series, and like all the books in this series, it is a madcap romp through the world of the imagination. Only an author with Line’s warped sense of reality could create a cast of non-human characters with such humanity. You’ll laugh, cry, and shiver as Faz wreaks havoc with those who would disturb his tranquility and threaten his world.

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my unbiased review. I loved it, and I give it an unbiased five stars!

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