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So what happens in this shorty? What's so important about a bit of rock? Not telling you. I will tell you that there are some serious revelations about what Julie is capable of magically , who she's been hanging out with, and what she knows about her blood bond with Kate.
You're gonna need want this information, I tell you! You also get a peek into how hard Derek's life is, and how close he comes to crossing the line every day.
In fact, his control is tested to the limit in this one, and it's interesting to see how Bottom line: Derek is a Badass wolf. What else happens?
They meet some mermaids! Down Ariel! Bad mermaid! That's it. That's all the hints I'm giving about Magic Stars , so you'll just have to read it if you want to know more.
But make no mistake, just because this one is a novella, it doesn't make it unimportant. This one is definitely a must-read to any Kate Daniels fan!
You can never go wrong giving the gift of Andrews Thank you so much to Steven , for sending this to me as an early Christmas present! Answer: Very View all 80 comments.
Nov 10, Robin Bridge Four rated it it was amazing Shelves: adorable-alphas , witches-warlocks-and-magic , chick-i-want-to-hang-out-with , chocolate-pms-day-reads , buddy-read , kick-ass-heroines , stars , fantastic-fantasy , book-boyfriend-material , uf-pnr.
I have enjoyed all of the Novellas in the KD world, but besides a few little insights into how Kate is seen by others I didnt take much out of them to go into main story line.
Then there is Magic Stars and all that changed Boom, pow, KA-Bam in under pages two characters from the KD world are fleshed out and the foundations are beautifully laid and I feel like I understand so much more in the underlying arcs of the KD books and what is going on between the lines with a few of the side characters.
The entire book was awesome from start to finish. He was the Grey Wolf in the city; the one who came and found you if you fucked up and hurt the wrong people.
He helped those who needed it. He stood between those who were hurt and those who did the hurting. Derek is the main PoV of this which is only one of many reasons to read it.
He is darker than the other IA main characters. Be still my shippy heart because I have shipped them from the moment that Derek made that metal rose for Julie in Magic Burns.
Julie is a bad-ass. It split like a water skin, and a half-decomposed human head rolled out. The sour stench drenched him and he nearly gagged.
There were some hints of her awesomeness that in the last little bit of the story lines. She is playing a very dangerous game and she could very well be the lynch pin in the final upcoming battles.
I totally loved every second I got to spend with Julie and Derek. The way they interact and work together, they made a fantastic team.
Julie accepts Derek for exactly who he is and she seems to get him better than anyone else and vice versa. Watching them play off each other was so much fun.
There were some revelations made that have been hinted towards in the main series but this novella totally clarified a few things and I was the most interested in some of the things I learned about Roland, Hugh and especially Julie.
The main plot had some of the elements I always expect from the Andrews. They seem to find a way to incorporate unusual lore into their stories and this is no exception with the addition of The Hunter, Evil Mermaids and others.
This is my favorite Ilona Andrews Novella…. The other novellas are fun, I enjoyed them all. View all 38 comments. Does anyone know what has happened with this Grey Wolf spin-off series from Ilona Andrews?
Was Hugh just that much more exciting than Derek? Just wondering Magic Stars begins the Grey Wolf series, a spin-off of Ilona Andrews Kate Daniels series, in which Derek, a 20 year old shapeshifter who can turn into a wolf, takes center stage, although fans of Kate and Curran will be pleased to know that they make a brief appearance.
Review first posted on Fantasy Literature. This 3. This novella gets off to a quick jump start, with Derek on the job, tracking down a group of men who murdered an entire family.
Dang, this is one popular rock. The excitement level in Magic Stars is high, with one magical peril quickly succeeding another, although the climactic scene felt just a little flat to me.
Their world-building is excellent, becoming more intriguing and complex with each succeeding book, and with characters who are tough both mentally and physically and sympathetic but have human — or inhuman — flaws.
Not that that stopped me or anything Content advisory: Pretty much non-stop violence and a few F-bombs. View all 7 comments. May re-read. I love Derek and Julie.
August Re-read - I need more Grey Wolf. I went into this novella knowing very little, except that it had potentially world-changing events within its pages.
Now that I'm done - I tore through this on my extended lunch break today - I can definitely say that's the dead-honest truth.
I've long wanted a Derek book, and I've been 'shipping Derek and Julie, hard , for a very long time since the metal May re-read. I've long wanted a Derek book, and I've been 'shipping Derek and Julie, hard , for a very long time since the metal rose.
To say I was excited when I realized exactly who this would center around is a massive understatement. I could not wait to dive into the world.
I thought, initially, that it would be told in Julie's point-of-view, but it's actually in Derek's, and I think I like that better. I think Julie might have begun to sound a bit too much like Kate, not that that would be unrealistic, but it would make it harder to fall into the story.
Derek has a very different voice. And I love that. He's himself. If you've read the rest of the series you know who Derek is if you haven't, stop here and go start!
I like that when we get to step into other characters' heads in this series we learn a bit more about Kate and Curran as well.
Kate tends to minimize things that others would see as faults or disfigurements in her friends and loved ones, and even though I suspected that, seeing how true it is in regards to Derek's scars was a bit of a revelation.
I think an even bigger revelation, though, was the scars he carries on the inside. He hides them well, until we're in his head.
Julie kicks ass. I'm not usually a fan of kids in stories, because they're generally written so unrealistically.
That was never a problem with Julie, she's always been exactly who she is, and it never felt forced or fake like some kids do. She's grown so much, and seeing those changes in her is amazing.
She's strong, and powerful, and smart, and absolutely, awesomely, self-assured and confident. I love her. A lot. I won't say a lot about the plot because it is a novella and I don't want to risk spoiling anything, but I will say that a lot of new, interesting, world-building things appear.
I think I'd known some of the revelations from previous books, but the extent of the implications and knowledge of that was nothing compared to what I learned here.
I can't wait to see how this affects everything going forward. Considering we're in the home-stretch of the main story-arc of the series, this story just amps up my excitement - and worry - for everyone I love in this series.
This book was amazing - I always enjoy the Kate Daniels' World novellas, but this one is something else altogether. I loved every moment and read it in one sitting.
Now I just want more. And I still 'ship Derek and Julie. Harder now than ever before. Roland cast Hugh out?!
Comment from blog Ilona says December 6, at pm We will probably go down to one book with New York. People have requested it at libraries.
We are writing it. And she doesn't have the problems that Kate used to have because she incants beforehand! Please, please, please tell me that Kate will learn this, too.
Derek already belongs to someone. View all 19 comments. Dec 10, carol. Shelves: urban-fantasy , my-library-kindle , shifter , novella.
Kate Daniels is the most consistently satisfying urban fantasy series I've read. Magic Stars, while enjoyable, just doesn't live up to it's big sister full novels.
Derek the wolf is hunting down killers when he runs into Julie at the crime scene. Together, they adventure.
It's all very magical with interesting creatures and lots of action, tempered by Derek's internal dialogue.
However, the pacing feels off, going from fight to fight without Kate Daniels is the most consistently satisfying urban fantasy series I've read.
However, the pacing feels off, going from fight to fight without much consideration. Julie's been powered up, and feels a great deal like Kate Junior, with teenage attitude.
Tough talk, wealth of knowledge, magic in a pinch beyond her inherent, rare magic , fighting skills and ingrained emotional distance.
I'm starting to see what the critics do in my fantasy--everyone's spechul and a serious plot conflict occurs from them needing to face opponents tough enough to present a threat.
The other trouble is that with plot and emotion focused on the fight scenes, it lacks the underlying depth the Andrews normally bring to their stories.
It's very much a 'betweener" type of tale for series fans, one you read to know the canon and character development while you are waiting for the next book's release.
Thrrrree and a half stars. View all 11 comments. This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life. When I saw that there was a new novella being released in the Kate Daniels Series, it was an absolute given that I would have to read it.
I am always ready for more Kate and more Curran. Then I took another look at this book and found out that this one isn't focused on Kate or Curran and instead features Derek and Julie and I got even more excited.
As soon as I saw some of my friends on Goodreads posting that it was available to purchase on This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life.
As soon as I saw some of my friends on Goodreads posting that it was available to purchase on Amazon, I couldn't click the Buy Now button fast enough.
I put everything else aside to read this just as soon as I got the chance and I absolutely loved it.
This novella is a part of the Kate Daniels series and you really do need to read this series in order. I have always liked Derek in this series. He is just an awesome character that has been through a lot but always seems to bounce back better than before.
I really like just about everything there is to like about Derek and the growth of his character during the series. I have to admit that I am not as big a fan of Julie.
I don't actively dislike her but I wouldn't miss her if she were suddenly absent from the series.
That is until this novella. This Julie is pretty kick ass and I kind of love her a little now. I would also say that this is a novella that you will not want to skip if you are a fan of the series.
There is a lot of stuff going on in the short piece that will have a huge impact in the overall story. We seriously learn a lot in this one. I am really excited about the things that happen in this novella.
Getting to see this world from another perspective was very eye opening as well. Some of the things that I thought that Julie was clueless about were just wrong.
Julie is a whole lot smarter than I have ever given her credit for. Another thing about this novella that is really exciting for me is the fact that it is a part of the Grey Wolf series as well.
I can only assume that this means that there will be more stories that feature Derek and I can barely wait. I would highly recommend this one to all fans of the Kate Daniels series.
If you have yet to read this series, what is holding you back? Stop what you are doing and find a copy of Magic Bites right now and start reading.
It is so worth it. I will continue to read anything written by Ilona Andrews that I can get my hands on. Initial Thoughts I just had to put everything else aside for this tonight.
I loved it! Jan 22, Sophia Triad rated it really liked it Shelves: letavitsa , 4fantasy-lovestories , witches-wizards , shifters , wolves-lycans , mermaids , 1paranormal-lovestories.
A short adventure with Curran and Kates loyal wolf and with their adopted daughter. This is the first book where wolf Derek Gaunt is the main character and he is an excellent one!
Once he had the face of an angel and girls used to throw themselves at his feet. Now he is scarred and scary, but he is still sentimental and loyal to his friends.
Julie Lennart-Olsen used to live in the streets, filthy and skinny. Kate decided to protect her. She took her home; she gave her blood and finally she adopted her.
Julie is the mini version of Kate. Her only daughter so far. View all 20 comments. Dec 08, Shelly Strange rated it it was amazing Shelves: read , fantasy-urban , gurrrl-power , hot-guys-alphas-rawr , fantasy-werewolves-and-shifters , favorite-authors , 5-stars.
Simply put, Ilona Andrews is writing the best urban fantasy available right now, period. The Kate Daniels series is the only one in recent times I've come across that is still original and captivating.
I don't usually read short stories because they usually just seem to be for the fans and not much of anything important happens. They tide the fans over until the next book comes out.
This one, however, is one of the most compact, well-written shorts I've ever read. We see character development Simply put, Ilona Andrews is writing the best urban fantasy available right now, period.
We see character development and tons of action. They make a great team and Derek really respects Julie.
There is a hint of possible romance in the future after a few years goes by and Julie grows up a little bit more. She is really becoming quite the bad-ass.
If you're a fan of the series, you won't want to miss this one. Important stuff happens. I've seen a lot of rave reviews for this from my friends in the past 24 hours, and I have to say, it lives up to the hype!
View all 4 comments. I think I would have read Kate Daniels earlier if the first covers were this pretty! Does that make me a shallow person? I haven't realized how much I loved Derek until one traumatic event early on in the series.
And even if he got darker and more withdrawn throughout the story, there was still something very endearing about him, may be because of his I think I would have read Kate Daniels earlier if the first covers were this pretty!
And even if he got darker and more withdrawn throughout the story, there was still something very endearing about him, may be because of his infallible loyalty or because all the horrors he witnessed and endured during his 20 years.
And this short novella did him justice in my opinion. Clever, efficient, ruthless, uncompromising, earnest and loyal to a fault.
But also dark and fighting an almost hopeless internal war against the monster to whom he refuses to succumb. Julie on the other hand was so annoying and puerile in the first part of the book and I just wanted to punch her.
But, she has so much potential and I'm eager and terrified to see which direction she would go.
Conclusion This novella was an amazing addition to Kate's world and opens for a lot of possibilities. I'm amazed at the amount of information and character development the Andrews put in these short novellas.
I usually don't read short stories but these ones are a must-read as they expand and give more depth to the main characters.
View all 17 comments. Dec 06, Jen Davis rated it it was amazing. I know a lot of people skip novellas. That's ok. Most of them are just fun pieces of fluff that help us curb our appetites for our favorite series.
They rarely impart anything vital. But trust me when I tell you that you don't want to skip this one. Not just because it's Derek, though, obviously you want more Derek.
But as much as I love digging around in his head, it's Julie's thread in this story that you don't want to miss. This story centers around Derek's investigation into the murder of a I know a lot of people skip novellas.
This story centers around Derek's investigation into the murder of a human family with ties to Kate and Curran.
He takes it personally when someone murders children. Julie gets pulled into the investigation when the case she is working ends up tied to his.
The hunt for the man responsible ends up fraught with danger and full of action. That's cool, of course, but that's not what makes the story so awesome.
This is all about the characters, who we are seeing without the filter of Kate's perspective. We learn things about them Kate doesn't know.
We even see things that, perhaps, they don't even realize about themselves. Like Derek's steadfast determination to see Julie as a child.
Like the fine line he walks between control and loup. Or the big honking secret Julie is keeping from everybody.
Yes, I'll admit that I am one of those people who hope for a Derek - Julie pairing one day. But we aren't close to that yet.
But we are close to Julie's secret exploding with some major repercussions. And I can't wait to see it. I've got one word for you. View all 6 comments.
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