Freefall (Spellkeeper Flight, #2)

Freefall (Spellkeeper Flight, #2)

by Ken Hughes

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Overview

A trapped soul dwindling away. A battle for the magic of flight. A killer who can hide within anyone's mind.

Mark will do anything to bring back the woman he loves. The puppetmaster has stalked their lives searching for the secrets of magic her family has hidden. Now every night Mark leaps over the city streets, hunting the hunter's own keys to the power of possession—the only hope of freeing his love from the body she's trapped in. But how can Mark's flying magic track down an enemy who never needs to show his face?

Even stopping the gang leader Rafe is tainted by the killer's shadow. Mark and his allies could risk their lives to stop the crew of levitating criminals from taking control of the skies… but only Rafe has glimpsed the enemy's plans and survived. Mark may have no choice but to try to save him, at any cost.

Through it all, the one he fights to save is still his greatest ally, closer than his vengeful partners or the "innocent" targets of the puppetmaster's latest schemes. But as the killer's powers tighten and hope grows fainter, can he even trust her?

Can he trust himself?

FREEFALL continues the Spellkeeper Flight series on its heart-stopping journey above the streets of urban fantasy. Step into the sky today.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940156287826
Publisher: Windward Road Press
Publication date: 02/05/2019
Series: Spellkeeper Flight
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 565 KB

About the Author

Ken Hughes has been living for storytelling since his father first read him The Wind in the Willows, and everything from Stephen King’s edge to Hayao Miyazaki’s sense of wonder has only fed that fire. He has worked as a technical writer in Los Angeles at positions from medical research to online gaming to mission proposals for a flight to Mars. For more about his stories, his songs, and his Unified Writing Field Theory:

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