Monday, September 12, 2011

Foundation for the Lost by Scott Rhine

No good deed goes unpunished.

A Kabbalah magician, Aaron Walker has devoted the last hundred years of his life to his Foundation, a charity that helps widows, orphans, and the stranger in the land. It doesn't get much stranger than the Lost: male witches who don't have parents to train them in the arts. Now, corporate wizards are trying to kill him, and he has no idea why.

With a handful for former students, he hops from one hidden enclave of cultural magic to another, hoping to survive long enough to contact the witches of New Salem. But the assassins don't scare Aaron as much as the price the witch Rose demands for her aid--to father a child. To keep his magic and save the world, he must remain a virgin. Merodak, the demon, a way out but he's a pathological liar with a twisted sense of humor.

An urban fantasy with humor that starts like a hardboiled detective novel and continues with non-stop action. Readers on authonomy said they could hear each character's unique voice.


WOW!!  An other great book by Scott Rhine !  This is this second book by Scott Rhine i have read and reviewed so far and this one is even better than the other book. I very much loved this urban fantasy. It is very well written ,it has a little bit of romance and some humor and ofcourse some action.This is one book I couldn't put down and didn't want to put down until I was finished reading every pages.    
I highly recommend this book .

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I give this 5 out of 5.

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