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The KC Warlock Weekly: Book One: Accused

4.88  ·  Rating details ·  8 ratings  ·  6 reviews
My name is Levi. I’m a journalist, I’m autistic, I’m bad at magic, and I swear I didn’t kill her.

Research for the paper usually falls into a few basic patterns. Someone in the city says there’s a troll under Buck O'Neil Bridge, or they’ll call just so a friendly ear will listen to them complain about a pixie infestation.

That sort of content carries me through slow news wee
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Published November 3rd 2020
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Lola
Oct 29, 2020 marked it as dnf
Setting this one aside for now at 30%

I like the set-up for the story and the concept with a normal human getting involved into the magical world and the way magic works from what we've seen so far. Sadly I can't get used to the time switches. The story starts with the main character already captured and being interrogated and then goes back and forth to the past as he tells them what happened. Then it keeps going back and forth at times with short scenes in the present and most of the story of t
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TK Vincent
Oct 24, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Full disclosure: M.N. Jolley gave me a free ARC for a review. Below is my honest and spoiler free thoughts.

Why do I love this book? Simple. There is almost NO intersectional main characters in many genres, and almost none in Urban Fantasy. So what did Jolley do instead of whining? He became part of the movement for change.

If a character has a disability, the writer usually write something akin to “disability porn”, or “idiot savant”, or a side character, or that character somehow ends up being
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Emma Ferrier
Oct 27, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Anyone who knows me knows I am not the biggest reader of this genre but as it has an autistic main character and I myself am autistic, I decided to give it a go and I am so glad I did!

KC Warlock Weekly: Book One: Accused is a book with brilliant pacing and incredible characters. We get thrust in right in the midst of the story and the way M.N Jolley uses parallel timelines - one with Levi being interrogated and the one where he is reliving the story he is telling in the interrogation - works so
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Brittany Noriega
Nov 12, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I loved this book.
As a Kansas City resident, I really enjoyed the story playing out all around the city and in/on/near local landmarks. It was exciting to guess where Levi was heading next and to picture these magical events in places I see every day.
I love and appreciate that Levi is autistic, and also that it isn’t a main focus of the book. It’s just part of Levi’s life, as it is for so many of us.
I am a huge fan of mysteries, and fantasy, and magical things in general. This book is a myste
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Aizlynne
Oct 17, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I adore this book! Having a neurodiverse main character is fantastic. I love that Levi's autism or sexual preference is not a big deal, it's just another aspect of the character. The story is fantastic and hilarious. This is one of my favorite reads of the year!
Phyllis
Oct 15, 2020 rated it it was amazing
What a GEM !!
If this becomes a
series, which I hope
it will...HURRAY !!

Phyllis S.
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