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Pride Fall

(Freelance Familiars #5)

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Thomas wanted a vacation, not a civil war.

Shina is pure feline fatale, five hundred pounds of lithe muscle, a queen among lionesses. Not some one easy to say no to.

When she offers Thomas a week of hunting with her he says yes. He knows she's after something more than company but he had no idea it would lead to a bloody civil war within the most powerful House of mages in t
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Kindle Edition, 341 pages
Published November 17th 2020
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Jo Morningstar
Nov 17, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I was given an advanced reader copy (ARC) of this book.

If you have read the other books in this series, then you won't be disappointed with this latest instalment of Freelance Familiars!

This is an action-packed adventure with all of your favourite characters and it does not disappoint.
Follow Thomas and friends as they take a vacation, make lot's of new friends and once again fight to save the world as they know it!

Daniel has once again given us a great read and a fantastic story that is well and
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Tracy
Nov 18, 2020 rated it it was amazing
What would you do if your girlfriend was a 500 pound lioness? Why, anything she wants!! And she wants Thomas to return to Shangri-La for a 'vacation.' Thomas, O'Meara, and friends are back in a new installment of Freelance Familiars. I love the characters and I love the story-line which continues to evolve from the previous books. There is plenty of action and adventure, betrayal and political posturing, and a surprising and totally unexpected hero in the end. I received an ARC of Pride Fall for ...more
Charles Daniel
Dec 18, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Quite Possibly The Best Novel of The Series to Date!

Despite Rudy a fairly minor role in the events of the novel, there is plenty of explosive destruction and mayhem throughout the novel.
Marilyn Geary
Dec 09, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Is this the end? No more tails of Thomas, Rudy and the rest of the freelancers???

I seriously enjoyed this fantasy series, and Pride Fall was just as enjoyable as the rest of the menagerie.
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Daniel Potter has always been inspired by the mysteries of the world. His early interest lead him to become avid researcher as well as gamer and writer. After obtaining his PhD in vascular biology, he began exploring fictional magic and spiritualism using his own particular scientific lense. Daniel published the webcomic Walking the Lethe from 2010-2012
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