Magic Triumphs (Kate Daniels #10) – Book Review

Published Date: August 28, 2018

Publishing Co.: ACE

Pages: 336

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

The triumphant (see what I did there) conclusion to one of my favorite urban fantasy series of all time.

As if it’s not bad enough that you’re about to go to war with your own father, another heavy hitter with a personal vendetta against your family shows up and demands his very own war on your world. Plus, your thirteen month old son is beginning to express his potential magic. Such is the life of Kate and her soulmate Curran.

These two separate but equally deadly wars will take everything they have in their arsenal to keep their son alive and save the people they love, but the opposing armies are massive and Atlanta is going to have to come together if it wants to survive. Enemies must become allies or face certain annihilation.

It has been a long, exciting journey to this ending and I was so pleased that it finished on a great note. I don’t expect that it will be the very last we’ll see of Kate and Curran as their world is expanding to other series and for that I’m grateful. This has been some of the best world building I’ve seen in any urban fantasy universe. The characters were addicting and the magic system equally enticing. Ilona Andrews are a dynamite writing couple. They have yet to fail me and I suspect I’ll be running off to purchase their latest release that continues Julie’s narrative.

12 thoughts on “Magic Triumphs (Kate Daniels #10) – Book Review

  1. Glad you finished a book series. I always have a bittersweet feeling when I reach the end of a long series. Satisfaction mixed with a sense of “that’s it?”

    1. It’s hard to end a book series and I thought they did a very good job. I’m not sure how else they could have ended it. 🙂 I did go and purchase the new book in the off branch series immediately after I posted this. 😛

    1. They really can! They can take up so much shelf space too. I finally made a rule for myself to purchase them all as ebooks if I can’t get them from the library. I only have two of my favorite series in actual physical form on my shelf now. This isn’t one of them though. I managed to read most of this series by borrowing from the library.

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