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Devourer: A Minister Knight Novel (The Minister Knights Series Book 2)

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Reputed murderer and magick weaver, Akub, known as The Devourer, arrives on the ice planet, with one goal--steal the queen’s soul. Armed with the magick soul stealing orb, she’s ready to fulfill her destiny. There’s only one person standing in her way.

Minister Knight of Souls, Zykeiah, will do anything to stop Akub. She knows the savagery of The Devourer first hand.
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Published July 14th 2017 by Mocha Memoirs Press, LLC
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Darrell Grizzle
Jul 14, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I’ve long been a fan of Nicole Givens Kurtz’s Weird Western short stories and her Cybil Lewis sci-fi private eye novels, but this is the first fantasy novel by her that I’ve read. I found it to be fast-paced and exhilarating, set in a richly-developed world of magic, goddesses, soul-stealing orbs, exciting swordfights, undead villains, and complex romance. I’m looking forward to going back and reading the first novel in this series, The Soul Cages, and I hope the author will grace us with a thir ...more
L. S.
Dec 29, 2017 rated it really liked it
Oh, man. The past few books I’ve read, Harkworth Hall and Anarchy, have made good on delivering some aspects of diversity. I’m very happy to announce that Devourer does so as well, and the author makes sure there’s no misinterpreting that fact.

A great evil is coming back to Veloris. Skin, once called a Devourer, seeks to protect a former lover from the evil, and as such, save the world. Of course she fails, and is not set on a dangerous path that could potentially end the life of everything she
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Samantha
Jan 12, 2018 rated it really liked it
This novel (the second in a series) hits the ground running. I was definitely glad I had read the first book and recommend that others start with the first installment to understand the world more fully.

The first novel centered around two sisters: Sarah and Amana. Both women are back in this novel, but Devourer is not their story. This narrative belongs to Akub, a woman with a history that leaves the Minister Knights on guard, not knowing if she can be believed or trusted when she claims to hav
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C.L.
Dec 27, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Kurtz weaves a fantastical tale with complex characters set on an intriguing, forbidden planet. Akub is a bad dudette. That’s why they call her The Devourer. She comes to the ice planet to steal the queen’s soul, which is kind of a jerk move. But it’s her destiny, so, you know. Go fig.

Zykeiah is like Nope, though. She’s not having it and intends to stop Akub. But Akub’s situation seems to be a little more complex than it appears.

This is a fun, fast-paced read with magic, prophecies, and all th
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Nicole Givens Kurtz is the published author of the futuristic thriller series, Cybil Lewis. Her novels have been named as finalists in the Fresh Voices in Science Fiction, EPPIE in Science Fiction, and Dream Realm Awards in science fiction.

Nicole's short stories have earned an Honorable Mention in L. Ron Hubbard's Writers of the Future contest, and have appeared in such numerous anthologies and o
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