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Saint Code: Lost: Book Four of the Lucky Devil Series by Megan Mackie – Review by Bobbi Wagner

Saint Code: Lost: Book Four of the Lucky Devil SeriesSaint Code: Lost: Book Four of the Lucky Devil Series by Megan Mackie
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is book four in the Lucky Devil series but can be read as a standalone. You will not regret picking up this book as well as the previous three books in this series. It is a well written story that kept me turning pages. St. Augustine is back in action in this book with strange things happening in her latest mission. She is a great character that is strong and brings the story to life. Her past, present and future are challenged as she takes on a battle. I highly recommend this book.

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Saint Code: Lost: Book Four of the Lucky Devil Series by Megan Mackie

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Genre – Cyberpunk / Urban Fantasy

Page Count – 267 pages

Publishing Company – Crossroads Press

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The cybernetic revolution was inevitable. Nothing else changed.

For St. Augustina, a cyber-spy for hire by anyone with the credits to pay, her life has been a series of endless nights in the heart of the Data Bowl, the cybernetic city of corporate markets and sub markets. Why would one typical job from the mysterious Orange Lady be any different?

Because it was a trap.

From fighting Neo-ninjas to singing in a lounge act, the job turns out to be anything but typical. But as she comes closer and closer to her goals, the attacks become more and more personal and deadly, forcing her to ask the question: who is out to get her?

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Megan is an actor, writer, podcaster and playwright in Chicago. Besides author, Megan is currently running a satirical podcast called the Princess Peach Conspiracy, about how all of the Super Mario Bros games are really a conspiracy by Princess Peach to keep the war economy going. You can hear it on iTunes, Stitcher, or GooglePlay. She also likes to knit, play games involving dice, and getting into feverish discussions about why the live action Beauty and the Beast is better than the animated version. She lives in Chicago with husband, children, dogs and extraneous relatives.

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Death and the Crone: Book Three of the Lucky Devil Series by Megan Mackie – Review by Cindy Mayberry

Death and the Crone: Book Three of the Lucky Devil SeriesDeath and the Crone: Book Three of the Lucky Devil Series by Megan Mackie
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Death and the Crone
The Lucky Devil Series
Book 3
By Megan Mackie
☆☆☆☆☆

Margaret is a 60 year old homeless lady. One lucky night a handsome young man invites her to his home. She has no reason to live and figures she gone anyway. She has no fight left, and feels this guy is going to kill her. But don’t think she gives in easily, she fights him all the way. But you won’t find spoilers here. So read Margaret’s story, and see where she goes.

Megan Mackie is a new to me author. I love looking for new authors. She did not disappoint. I enjoyed reading her story, and loved her characters. Elias is not who I had expected. In fact her story really surprised me. Great story Margaret Mackie. Now I will head out to read the other books in this series.

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Death and the Crone: Book Three of the Lucky Devil Series by Megan Mackie – Review by Michelle Austin

Death and the Crone: Book Three of the Lucky Devil SeriesDeath and the Crone: Book Three of the Lucky Devil Series by Megan Mackie
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Death and the Crone: Book Three of the Lucky Devil Series
by Megan Mackie was a good 4 star read. This book pulled me right in.

Margaret is a homeless woman in Chicago who meets Elias, a very good looking young man. He invites her to come home with him, of course Margaret had her suspicions, but she went.
She isn’t a happy woman and has her doubts about how her life will be.

The more time she spends with Elias she starts to see and feel things. His home is also very mysterious and magical.

Will Elias be able to help Margaret?

Overall I really enjoyed this read, there are twists and turns that add great elements to the story. The secondary characters were great. I really liked both Margaret and Elias. My emotions were all over the place with Margaret and her story. I suggest reading the series in order, however this can be read as a stand alone. I was pulled right in by Megan’s writing, I can’t wait to read more.

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Death and the Crone: Book Three of the Lucky Devil Series by Megan Mackie – Review by Maura Harper

Death and the Crone: Book Three of the Lucky Devil SeriesDeath and the Crone: Book Three of the Lucky Devil Series by Megan Mackie
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Ok, so I was hesitant to read this book because I wasn’t sure if it was satire or fan fiction or just a snub at the genre all together. I’m so glad I pushed my worry aside and cracked the binding.

The story line is one that we are familiar with but it has so many different angles that it is fresh and new (even though the characters are not).

I can’t go into much without giving away spoilers – I do want to say this though… It is listed as book 3 of a series and gives a vague reference to the series it is a part of. You know how there are those series or anthologies written by a bunch of different authors that have a slight common thread but don’t seem to really connect to the “theme”? This book is kind of like that. I really don’t think you have to read anything else in the series to have a firm grasp of the setting or plot points.

I say give it go; I don’t think you will be disappointed.

Review by @mauraharper

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Death and the Crone: Book Three of the Lucky Devil Series by Megan Mackie – Review by Anastasia Dodson

Death and the Crone: Book Three of the Lucky Devil SeriesDeath and the Crone: Book Three of the Lucky Devil Series by Megan Mackie
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is the third book in the Lucky Devil Series and i highly recommend reading the two previous books because some of the same characters carry over into this book and it just makes the reading experience better. This story was well written as all of her others are and it was refreshing to read something that was a little out of the norm for the books that are currently out. Margaret is our main character who is honestly just sick of life and believes that her life isn’t worth anything anymore. When a mysteriously handsome man picks her up on the street and takes her back to his luxurious apartment, Margaret has finally come to terms that this might be the end for her. But the stranger isn’t what he seems and he has a secret that will changer her life forever. We will just have to see if the change for the better or are things headed down an even more crazy path than before?
I cannot wait to read more by this author and i would recommend this book to a friend.

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Death and the Crone: Book Three of the Lucky Devil Series by Megan Mackie – Review by Erica Fish

Death and the Crone: Book Three of the Lucky Devil SeriesDeath and the Crone: Book Three of the Lucky Devil Series by Megan Mackie
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Death and the Crone is the third book in the Three of the Lucky Devil series by Megan Mackie. I would highly recommend reading the first two books in the series so you can meet some of the characters from the other two stories. I have to admit I did not know who Megan Mackie was before I was referred to her books, but now I love her writing. I would highly recommend her to anyone who is looking for a fresh author to start reading. This story is set in Chicago, which is where I grew up. It was fun looking at Chicago from a different point of view. Margaret is the main female character who is older and really has given up. She just does not see a positive end to her life. She has been asked by this stranger to come back to his apartment and that is where the story picks up. She learns that there is a silver lining in her cloud and not she needs to ride the wave. Will Margaret’s savior be all that he cracks up to be? Will Margaret feel like life is a journey she wants to continue?

Death and the Crone: Book Three of the Lucky Devil Series by Megan Mackie – Review by Candida Hopper

Death and the Crone: Book Three of the Lucky Devil SeriesDeath and the Crone: Book Three of the Lucky Devil Series by Megan Mackie
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Death and the Crone: Book Three of the Lucky Devil Series
by Megan Mackie

I was intrigued by this book. I am so glad I decided to read it, I love that Margaret was an older character even if she was hard to like in the beginning because she was so grumpy, but life had not been good to her. This story had mystery a little bit of magic and I found it very well written. I was pulled into the story from the beginning and had a hard time putting it down. I found this story to be original and definitely worth reading. I recommend this book.

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Death and the Crone: Book Three of The Lucky Devil Series by Megan Mackie – Review by Emily Walsh

Death and the Crone: Book Three of the Lucky Devil SeriesDeath and the Crone (The Lucky Devil Series book3)
By: Megan Mackie
My Rating: 5 of 5 stars

Death and the Crone (The Lucky Devil Series Book 3) by Megan Mackie was a hooking, unique, outstanding read, that had me flipping the pages late into the night. Why does work have to ruin good books?

Not my first read by this author or in this series, I was super excited to get my hands on it. I will say that this book isn’t actually book three of the Lucky Devil Series, it’s a story set in that world, with different MC’s and plot. So it can be read as a standalone, and as a side story to the main one. But I do suggest reading the other books, because they are, amazing.

This book was so fun, unique and just, wow. It took the over used concept of the 100 year old supernatural something or other, that falls in love with the 16 year old minor, and flips it on its head. This book was all about taking those over use tropes and clichés and destroying them, while making new ones. The plot itself is original, and grabs your attention right away. Like the other books, this book has that spark of adventure and danger, keeping you engaged. The detail was movie like, and helped round out the story and characters.

Overall this book is a super high recommendation from me. So please take my stamp of approval that, this book will hook you right from that opening scene, until the last pages of that wicket closing ending.

Happy Reading

-Review by @eawalsh

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Death and the Crone: Book Three of the Lucky Devil Series by Megan Mackie – Review by Erin Wolf

Death and the Crone: Book Three of the Lucky Devil SeriesDeath and the Crone: Book Three of the Lucky Devil Series by Megan Mackie
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I give Death and the Crone: Book Three of the Lucky Devil Series by Megan Mackie, 5 stars.

Margaret has had a rough life. She’s now in her late 60s, has lived on the streets for many years, and has given up on life. She has outlived many of those she’s known and cannot wait for this hell to be over — she’s tired of her demons following her. When a beautiful young man takes her off the streets and offers for her to stay with him, she’s sure he’s taking her home to have his fun then kill her. But the promise of food and a warm place is just too tempting. And as time goes by, he doesn’t try anything but to make her comfortable and happy. Turns out this man is more than she ever imagined. Can she find a happiness that she lost a long, long time ago? If so, at what cost?

This series had me hooked from the beginning and this book is no different in that aspect. This book is considered a spin-off, we don’t see too much of most of the characters from the previous books, but the setting is the same. The main characters in this book though are just as interesting. This combination is not something I have read before. I read this genre quite frequently and I love that the author threw something different at me. The story itself is good too, Margaret struggles with the way she has been living vs what she has now. There is mystery in this man too — she knows there’s more to him and her curiosity gets the better of her. She takes us on the road of discovery with her. The story grabs you and pulls you in, not to mention some surprises along the way. This book can be read as a standalone, but I highly recommend the whole series.

If you are a fan of urban fantasy and/or paranormal romance, this book is for you.

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Review by @erinwolf79