Meanwhile Blackstone’s lawyers, Sandman, Vincent Traum and, Fire-Nymph, Fury have their own problems as a seemingly innocuous insurance case involving a magic mirror turns deadly as a murderous and thieving band of seven Dwarf-Giants are released for lack of evidence.
Could these two cases be linked? And what is the real identity of Hansel, murder victim and robbery witness? All the lawyers do know is that somebody wants the magic mirror and will kill to get it. Elliot Blackstone just might be facing the last case of his talented but young life.
The Mirror and the Meretrix combines legal drama and your classic fairy tale charecters come to life in a way you have never seen them before.
I have to say I was intrigued when I picked up this book out of my TBR pile, and wasn’t sure what to think. It took me a bit to get past some of the lingo but I have to say I really enjoyed it I think this guy has a great imagination. I sometimes think that when you add too many characters you can sometimes loose your tread a little but every time that happen to me I quickly pulled out of it and carried on. I would not recommend this book for under 14, its in the YA genre but I think 14 and up would be appropriate due to some of the more violent/racier scenes.
I would rate this a 3.5 out of 5 stars
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I was gifted a reviewers copy of this book inexchange for a unbiased review,