Purge City : Prof Croft

  • by Brad Magnarella
  • Narrated by James Patrick Cronin
  • Series: Prof Croft
  • 7 hrs and 58 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

If you can't stand the heat...
When New York City unveils a program to roast supernaturals, I wonder if I should be sweating.
The bloodthirsty Arnaud thinks so, and he's insisting that our survival depends on a wizard-vampire alliance. Never mind his history of wanting me dead. Or undead.
Meanwhile, the mayor wants me on his team - an offer that's only slightly less unnerving given our recent clash. So who's really behind the purge? City Hall? The werewolves? Or is it the brainchild of the fae, whose newest advisor to the mayor slipped from my bed and life four months ago?
I'm getting the cold feeling someone's trying to manipulate the program, and me, to set off a larger war, one that could explode through the city.
One thing's for sure. If I don't get my head straight and my magic on, it's going to be a hell of a summer.


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Rocking Wizard

If you could sum up Purge City in three words, what would they be?

Cat and Mouse Conspiracy

What other book might you compare Purge City to and why?

Melissa Olson's Boundary Magic - it's about a witch that is trying her best to do good

Which scene was your favorite?

The ending. The job offer was my favorite.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Absolutely. The narrator is that good and the writing flowed so the narrator could really bring the story to life.

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- Nell Justice

I rarely give 5 stars but Mr. Magnarella surprised

The early third part of this book seems to be roughly pieced together to the middle of the what seemed to be mediocre story but Mr. Magnarella really brought this very enjoyable and partially new story to an old tale. Having some experience with these types of tales and am very rarely shocked by a writer in this genre and the latest to do this is definitely this writer along with James Patrick Cronin which reads this type of stories with great skill and wonderful timing. I have high hopes but not sure just yet if I am ready to bring Mr. Brad Magnarella into the Fold of my Favorite writers in the genre which most would agree that Jim Butcher sits at or near the top (if there is such a thing) a while in his great works which we all wait patiently for Peace Talks. I also truly enjoy Benedict Jacka with his British Time twisting Mage which is pumping out really cleanly written stories very timely.
I truly enjoy the origins of Prof Croft and hopes he continues to write and surprise me with every new tome.
I have high hopes for the new fellow on the block. There seem to be new stories in the genre on a bit of a rise by quantity and I like the way Brad Magnarella weaved his Webb on this ride. Very good so far.
keep'em coming Mr. Magnarella.
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- G. Horn

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-06-2017
  • Publisher: Brad Magnarella