Losing it #2020

Losing it ElizabethArmstrong Losing it Kate Winters is than ready to chalk up the sudden invasion of trolls and knife wielding pixies to an inconveniently timed mental breakdown after all with a serial killer on the loose it s not as if L

  • Title: Losing it
  • Author: ElizabethArmstrong
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 122
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Losing it ElizabethArmstrong Kate Winters is than ready to chalk up the sudden invasion of trolls and knife wielding pixies to an inconveniently timed mental breakdown, after all with a serial killer on the loose it s not as if London is short of real monsters Still reeling from the loss of her husband and a long way from her home in San Francisco, Kate doesn t have any plans beyond just gettinKate Winters is than ready to chalk up the sudden invasion of trolls and knife wielding pixies to an inconveniently timed mental breakdown, after all with a serial killer on the loose it s not as if London is short of real monsters Still reeling from the loss of her husband and a long way from her home in San Francisco, Kate doesn t have any plans beyond just getting by until a misguided attempt to help a young girl with her own apparent mental health issues leaves her standing between a murder suspect and the police Nothing is what it seems as she is forced to learn the difference between murder and sacrifice This isn t like in the fairy tales, the Incubus has emotional issues, the only angel in the picture isn t entirely sure that she counts as one of God s children, the nuns aren t vindictive and nightmares can come to lifezn 1C4AU92
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    1. Losing it is an Urban Fantasy set in London, it opens with a dream scene which is a theme throughout the book Then we meet Doctor Kate Winters as she arrives at her newly rented town house in Notting Hill As the estate agent goes through the contract Kate is fascinated by the pixies she sees.Convinced these are hallucinations caused by post traumatic stress after her husband s car crash, Kate begins a new life Her neighbours in the town house are varied, Alec the sex God, Thomas the stony giant [...]

    2. I found it hard to pigeon hole this book into a genre On the surface it s a paranormal supernatural story, but only a little bit It starts reading a bit chick litty, but it s than that There s a bit of violence with the police involved, but it s of a mystery But, for me, overall it was a satisfying story, with possibly a set up for future stories.Kate has just moved to London, she s lost her beloved husband in a car accident and is seeing pixies and mice in kilts among other things What is rea [...]

    3. Hurray, for an UF book without vampires werewolves Of course there are fairies, angels and demons Still, the supernatural community s originality is slightly above average for the genre.The thing I liked most about this book is its roundabout approach to everything The heroine Kate doesn t just bud in on the murder investigation She sets out to do something completely different which turns out There are also quite a few details scenes where you don t know what s going on, but that fall into plac [...]

    4. This review can also be read at Witch, Wine, Words.I read this book at the request of the author Would I have found the book on my own That s not a question I can honestly answer However, had I come across it on my own, the premise absolutely hooked me.I really wish I could say I was that enthusiastic about it the whole way through Losing It was pleasing in the end, living up to the premise in spades My issues with it boils down to a matter of potential The plot, executed optimally, could have b [...]

    5. I m hoping that this is the start of a new fantasy series as I really enjoyed it.I tend to read a lot of YA fantasy and as well as being a bit grown up this was a lot different It follows character Kate who moves back to the UK from America following a tragedy She thinks that like the rest of her family she s going crazy as, since the accident, she has started hallucinating pixies, faeries and generally a lot of weird stuff Being the practical scientist she is she pretty much tries to pretend i [...]

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