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Thirteen: A Women of the Otherworld Novel Hardcover – Jul 24 2012

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  • Hardcover: 480 pages
  • Publisher: Random House Canada (July 24 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0307357619
  • ISBN-13: 978-0307357618
  • Product Dimensions: 16.1 x 3.4 x 23.6 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 726 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #134,150 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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“Prolific and ultra-imaginative Canadian author Kelley Armstrong offers book No. 13 in her Women of the Otherworld series.”
The Globe and Mail
“A spectacular finish to the stellar Otherworld series.”
Bitten by Books (blog)
“The best series finale I’ve ever read.... Non-stop action and adventure.”
Fall Into Books (blog)
“An incredibly satisfying resolution to an amazing and expansive series that is tops among its urban fantasy/paranormal counterparts.”
The Book Swarm (blog)
“Excellent, emotional, action-packed.”
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About the Author

KELLEY ARMSTRONG lives in southwestern Ontario with her husband, kids and far too many pets. She has been telling stories since before she could write. Her earliest written efforts were disastrous. If asked for a story about girls and dolls, hers would invariably feature undead girls and evil dolls, much to her teachers' dismay. Today, she continues to spin tales of ghosts and demons and werewolves, while safely locked away in her basement writing dungeon. She is the bestselling author of the Women of the Otherworld series, as well as the New York Times #1 bestselling young adult trilogy Darkest Powers, and is about to publish the last book in Darkness Rising, her next YA trilogy. She is also hard at work on a new adult trilogy that will break new ground for both her writing and her fans.

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Susie Sharon on April 6 2005
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Again, I was very impressed with this novel by the same author who brought us Bitten, Stolen and Dime Store Magic.
The premise of the books is that it's the story of real life Supernaturals, werewolves, vampires, witches, demons, etc... as they live among us today. Bitten was about a werewolf, Stolen introduced witches and other supernaturals and Dime Store Magic & Industrial Magic are about witches but also has a bunch of others.
I'm surprised this book is not more widely read. The story is interesting, the writing is excellent, the plots are great and I certainly got attached to the characters enough that I want to follow their lives some more.
I think if you enjoyed such TV shows as Buffy and Angel, you'll love these books.
Pick it up, you won't regret it.
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My Review: Many of my blog readers who have been with me for a long time will know that I adore Canadian author Kelley Armstrong's hugely popular 'Women of the Underworld' series. No one writes strong female supernaturals better than Ms Armstrong. Add to that some great suspense, some romance (the non-cheesy variety) and a cast of truly interesting and unique individuals and you've got a recipe for success.

There are not many books that I am eager to re-read or that I will buy for my home library after already reading them but this series is one of them. In fact, this was my third time reading this book and I think I actually enjoyed reading Industrial Magic more this time around. The second time I read it I was still yearning for more Clay and Elena (the werewolf couple) whom I adored from the first two books. This time I let the wolves go a bit and focused on Paige and Lucas and I enjoyed getting their take on things.

Like in her previous books, Armstrong's cast of characters make appearances in other books and I love how seamlessly this is done. Once again Armstrong pulls her readers into her unique world of supernaturals living among us but this time focusing on witches and the evil Cabals (think magical mafia). There's a solid mystery surrounding the murders of Cabal youth at the centre of this book but the reader also gets a deeper look into Lucas' extended family and all the baggage that entails.

Overall, this is a great addition to the Women of the Underworld series. I recently purchased my own copy of Haunted (the fifth book in the series) and can't wait to pick it up soon to remind myself of Eve Levine's role in this unique supernatural world.

If you haven't picked up this series yet I HIGHLY recommend you do.
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By Sandy S. TOP 100 REVIEWER on June 19 2012
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INDUSTRIAL MAGIC (Women of the Otherworld #4) by Kelley Armstrong

INDUSTRIAL MAGIC is the 4th full-length novel in Kelley Armstrong's Women of the Otherworld series, and once again, not one of my favorite storylines. I love Kelley Armstrong's books and series, but there were a few in this particular series that I did not enjoy and for some reason those involving Paige and Lucas did not top my list. Perhaps it was the 'lack' of the wolves (including Clay, Elena, Jeremy etc) or the lack of sexual energy surrounding the couple, but if I think back, it is probably the copious amount of background information and the numerous characters involved with each Paige/Lucas/Cabel storyline. I am still recommending Kelley's Women of the Otherworld series, including Industrial Magic, but a couple of the storylines were difficult.

We first met Paige and Lucas in Dime Store Magic (WOTO #3) when Lucas agreed to represent Paige during her custody struggle for Savannah and her banishment from the Witches Coven. Industrial Magic focuses on the Cabel side of the family including Lucas's family and Savannah's extended biological family from her father's side. Cabels are family run, and controlled and aligned with the most powerful sorcerers and to compare these Cabels to the Mafia or Mob, would not be a far stretch. But someone or something is murdering the young Cabal sons and heirs, and as Lucas is his father's reluctant heir, he and Paige are now deeply involved with the investigations.

Several new characters are introduced, as I had said before, but there are a couple that we will see many times in future novels and storylines. Jaime Vegas is a clairvoyant and necromancer, and Eve Levine is part witch/part demon and, Savannah's deceased mother.
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Another great installment in the Women of the Otherworld series! Industrial Magic, the 4th book in the series is again told by Paige, but rather than focusing on her life and mission to rebuild the coven, Paige is thrown headlong into a Cabal murder case. Although she is wary of working with the Cabals, it gives her an opportunity to work with Lucas and get to know his family while helping out supernatural teens. One small area aside, I found it to be a thrilling adventure, and was stumped by the murder case right up until the killer was revealed.

One of my favourite aspects of Kelley Armstrong's novels is her amazing ability to create a supernatural world that is completely believable within the realm of our everyday lives. And this is the one area where I felt Industrial Magic did not quite live up to Armstrong's usual standards. Without getting too spoilery, there is a portion of the story that involves a portal and I found that it ripped me out of the narrative and interfered with the 'believable world within our own' effect that I have enjoyed so much in the previous novels. But that was only a very small portion of the story, and the rest of it was as great as always.

Something I really loved about Industrial Magic is that we got to spend time with the Stonehaven werewolves as well as Paige and Lucas. I realized while reading these sections of the book that while I've enjoyed Paige's stories, for me the heart of this series are the werewolves. That aside, I really loved the ending to this story and can't wait to find out more about Paige's decision to become a teacher and to discover how she and Lucas will work together.
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