In a town where magic festers beneath the surface and monsters stalk the shadows, someone has to fight for the innocent. That someone is me.
They call me sorcerer, fixer, finder, but mostly they call me Creed. Been hexed by a witch? Being stalked by a werewolf? Haunted by a crazy ghost? I’m the one you call to get my hands dirty, so you don’t have to.
So when I got a call from a grieving parent to find their missing daughter, I was happy to help. Trouble is, what started out as another garden variety missing person case just ended up with me being hexed by an occult serial killer.
They made a mistake, though, whoever they are, when they cursed me.
They should have killed me instead.
Uncaged Review: The first book in any series is always going to be full of information to trudge through, and I think this is a good start to a new series, and even though some parts were over explained, the author does a good job with the world building with developing characters. Creed is a practicing Mage, whose latest case ends up with him getting a curse that erases him (or his memory) from existence with everyone he knows – and the only way to get the curse lifted, is to summon a demon – and he’s under the gun, with only 3 days before he loses his soul forever.
This book is pretty fast paced, it does tend to slow when the author goes into a description mode, and the action sequences are well done. The Supernatural world that is built in this first book is exciting and I’m looking forward to see how the series progresses. Reviewed by Cyrene