Tricks for Free (InCryptid #7)

Tricks for Free (InCryptid #7)

Penance, noun: 1. Punishment for past actions. 2. An attempt to pay for what can?t be bought. 3. See also ?exile.? Antimony Price is on the run. With the Covenant on her tail and her family still in danger, she needs to get far, far away from anyone who might recognize her?including her own mice. For the first time in a long time, a Price is flying without a safety net. Where Penance, noun: 1. Punishment for past actions. 2. An attempt to pay for what can?t be bought. 3. Se...

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Title:Tricks for Free (InCryptid #7)
Author:Seanan McGuire
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Genres:Fantasy
ISBN:0698183584
Edition Language:English
Format Type:ebook
Number of Pages:368 pages pages

Tricks for Free (InCryptid #7) Reviews

  • Mary
    Mar 19, 2018

    Thanks to Netgalley and Berkley for providing me with an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review. Seanan McGuire is one of my favorite authors. Seriously, she's on my auto-buy list. I love the worlds and characters she creates. Incryptid is one of those worlds, and I strug...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.  The thing I really like about Seanan McGuire is - she is different. ?...

    Temporary rating to help counteract the guy who decided to rate this one star before anybody's read it. I hate it when people do that. Rating to be revised when I *have* read it. ...

    It's cryptozoology time at BB&B. Originally I rated this 4 stars but the more I thought about it the more I realized that it doesn't deserve it. Don't get me wrong, it's a good book but it's mostly a filler. It sets things for what's to come but the only really relevant chapters...

    3.5 stars I love the Incryptid series, the crazy Price family and the huge variety of weird and wonderful creatures (particularly the Aeslin mice!) are just so much fun to read about so of course I was excited to read Tricks for Free even though Antimony is actually my least favouri...

    Antimony, Annie, Price is on the run hiding from her enemies and her family. If she went to her family the Covenant could use her magical signature to find them. Her only chance. Find a massively populated area and hope it masks her magic. What better place then one of the happiest pla...

    I picked up this paperback in the store on the day it was released, but it took me a few days to get around to reading it. I went in knowing that the Aeslin mice really didn?t feature in it (Sam takes them to the airport and they head for home). Would the magic still be there without...

    Still didn't like Antimony, her personality was boring and her martyr like attitude grated on me, she couldn't go a page without being smug or judgmental or a know it all or without looking down on people. Her worst qualities though were her bitterness and the huge chip she had on her ...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy TRICKS FOR FREE, the seventh book in the InCryptid series continues this series' trend of high adventure, exciting storylines, and unique worldbuilding. I am constantly impressed how each book comes off as fresh and full of thrilling plots...

    *Source* Publisher *Genre* Fantasy, Paranormal *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Tricks for Free, by author Seanan McGuire, is the seventh book in the InCryptid urban fantasy series. The series features the Price family, an eccentric group of cryptozoologists who safeguard the world of m...

    I like Annie, but not too much happens in this book. Yes, there's a conflict set up and resolved, and characters introduced (or reintroduced), but it's mostly set up for the next adventure. And that's going to be a doozy. Still, it's a fun set up--at a theme park, with plenty of cry...

    Mon avis en Français My English review I really like this series and I was eager to discover another of the novels. Besides, I was very happy to see that we were once again following Antimony because I loved having her as the main character in the previous volume. And then afte...

    Loving Antimony's voice in this one. ...

    This series has always been hit or miss for me. It's probably because each book takes place in a different setting with new side characters even if the main characters are the same. Each book can have a totally different vibe depending on those things. I loved the last book along with ...

    Not only did I enjoy this book on its own merits, it's a really excellent follow-up from the previous book...and largely for the same reason: the story of a woman who, separated from the only family she's ever known, begins to build one of her own. Though nothing about Antimony's s...

    Much as I love Antimony, Tricks for Free is one of the weaker InCryptid installments. It's stricken with seventh book syndrome, if that were a thing, but it's totally not. Seriously, though, the issues here are reminiscent of "second book syndrome," in that the plot's a bit lacking and...

    Tricks for Free is the seventh entry in the InCryptid series and one of my favorites, in spite of the novel?s lack of Aeslin mice. (Aeslin Mice fans, take heart! Included with this novel is the account of Mindy and Mork?s perilous journey back to the Price compound, following Annie...

    Antimony Price is best Price :D Coming off the heels of her disastrous mission, Antimony is hiding out at Lowry Land. However, where Prices go, trouble always follows, and there are some strange things happening at the park... like death and destruction! I really enjoy seeing Antimony ...

    This is the seventh book in the InCryptid series a was a wonderful continuation of the InCryptid series. This book continues to follow Antimony Price and her adventures. While Antimony isn't my favorite character follow in this series, I did think this was the best book about her ye...

    ?Thanks for the vote of murder-confidence,? I said. She flashed me a bright, toothy smile. ?I always have faith in you when it comes to murder.? So, I'm in Antimony's corner now. All in. I started out being annoyed with her all the time because she's the little sister and, ...

    Sometimes I have a stack of books by authors I've never read, and one book that's sure to be excellent. Save Excellent for last, it hides the taste of all the other disappointments. Annie is on the run from her family, because really she is on the run from Big Evil, AKA the Coven...

    Designing a century-old media empire, so that it can populate a theme park, within which to set a series of murders, is the most Seanan McGuire thing to-date. Also, CROSSROADS? GHOSTS? MURDER? LUCK? I LOVE THIS? ...

    4.5 stars. I Love Seanan McGuire. She is one of my favorite authors. That being said this was not my favorite of all her incryptid books but still an excellent story. Love this series and I enjoyed the short story at the end. I'm glad she included it because I really missed the mice in...

    3.75 stars? I guess that sounds like I am splitting hairs. I can't help it when reading in a series by one of my favorite authors; I inevitably compare the book to how much I enjoyed others in the same series. I anticipated Antimony's book(s) since reading the first InCryptid novel...

    This is my favorite in the series so far. It may be because I joined roller derby recently and any references to it make me gleeful. ...

  • Jasmine
    Apr 08, 2018

    Thanks to Netgalley and Berkley for providing me with an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review. Seanan McGuire is one of my favorite authors. Seriously, she's on my auto-buy list. I love the worlds and characters she creates. Incryptid is one of those worlds, and I strug...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.  The thing I really like about Seanan McGuire is - she is different. ?...

    Temporary rating to help counteract the guy who decided to rate this one star before anybody's read it. I hate it when people do that. Rating to be revised when I *have* read it. ...

    It's cryptozoology time at BB&B. Originally I rated this 4 stars but the more I thought about it the more I realized that it doesn't deserve it. Don't get me wrong, it's a good book but it's mostly a filler. It sets things for what's to come but the only really relevant chapters...

    3.5 stars I love the Incryptid series, the crazy Price family and the huge variety of weird and wonderful creatures (particularly the Aeslin mice!) are just so much fun to read about so of course I was excited to read Tricks for Free even though Antimony is actually my least favouri...

    Antimony, Annie, Price is on the run hiding from her enemies and her family. If she went to her family the Covenant could use her magical signature to find them. Her only chance. Find a massively populated area and hope it masks her magic. What better place then one of the happiest pla...

    I picked up this paperback in the store on the day it was released, but it took me a few days to get around to reading it. I went in knowing that the Aeslin mice really didn?t feature in it (Sam takes them to the airport and they head for home). Would the magic still be there without...

    Still didn't like Antimony, her personality was boring and her martyr like attitude grated on me, she couldn't go a page without being smug or judgmental or a know it all or without looking down on people. Her worst qualities though were her bitterness and the huge chip she had on her ...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy TRICKS FOR FREE, the seventh book in the InCryptid series continues this series' trend of high adventure, exciting storylines, and unique worldbuilding. I am constantly impressed how each book comes off as fresh and full of thrilling plots...

    *Source* Publisher *Genre* Fantasy, Paranormal *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Tricks for Free, by author Seanan McGuire, is the seventh book in the InCryptid urban fantasy series. The series features the Price family, an eccentric group of cryptozoologists who safeguard the world of m...

    I like Annie, but not too much happens in this book. Yes, there's a conflict set up and resolved, and characters introduced (or reintroduced), but it's mostly set up for the next adventure. And that's going to be a doozy. Still, it's a fun set up--at a theme park, with plenty of cry...

    Mon avis en Français My English review I really like this series and I was eager to discover another of the novels. Besides, I was very happy to see that we were once again following Antimony because I loved having her as the main character in the previous volume. And then afte...

    Loving Antimony's voice in this one. ...

    This series has always been hit or miss for me. It's probably because each book takes place in a different setting with new side characters even if the main characters are the same. Each book can have a totally different vibe depending on those things. I loved the last book along with ...

    Not only did I enjoy this book on its own merits, it's a really excellent follow-up from the previous book...and largely for the same reason: the story of a woman who, separated from the only family she's ever known, begins to build one of her own. Though nothing about Antimony's s...

    Much as I love Antimony, Tricks for Free is one of the weaker InCryptid installments. It's stricken with seventh book syndrome, if that were a thing, but it's totally not. Seriously, though, the issues here are reminiscent of "second book syndrome," in that the plot's a bit lacking and...

    Tricks for Free is the seventh entry in the InCryptid series and one of my favorites, in spite of the novel?s lack of Aeslin mice. (Aeslin Mice fans, take heart! Included with this novel is the account of Mindy and Mork?s perilous journey back to the Price compound, following Annie...

    Antimony Price is best Price :D Coming off the heels of her disastrous mission, Antimony is hiding out at Lowry Land. However, where Prices go, trouble always follows, and there are some strange things happening at the park... like death and destruction! I really enjoy seeing Antimony ...

    This is the seventh book in the InCryptid series a was a wonderful continuation of the InCryptid series. This book continues to follow Antimony Price and her adventures. While Antimony isn't my favorite character follow in this series, I did think this was the best book about her ye...

    ?Thanks for the vote of murder-confidence,? I said. She flashed me a bright, toothy smile. ?I always have faith in you when it comes to murder.? So, I'm in Antimony's corner now. All in. I started out being annoyed with her all the time because she's the little sister and, ...

    Sometimes I have a stack of books by authors I've never read, and one book that's sure to be excellent. Save Excellent for last, it hides the taste of all the other disappointments. Annie is on the run from her family, because really she is on the run from Big Evil, AKA the Coven...

    Designing a century-old media empire, so that it can populate a theme park, within which to set a series of murders, is the most Seanan McGuire thing to-date. Also, CROSSROADS? GHOSTS? MURDER? LUCK? I LOVE THIS? ...

  • Erin (PT)
    Mar 26, 2018

    Thanks to Netgalley and Berkley for providing me with an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review. Seanan McGuire is one of my favorite authors. Seriously, she's on my auto-buy list. I love the worlds and characters she creates. Incryptid is one of those worlds, and I strug...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.  The thing I really like about Seanan McGuire is - she is different. ?...

    Temporary rating to help counteract the guy who decided to rate this one star before anybody's read it. I hate it when people do that. Rating to be revised when I *have* read it. ...

    It's cryptozoology time at BB&B. Originally I rated this 4 stars but the more I thought about it the more I realized that it doesn't deserve it. Don't get me wrong, it's a good book but it's mostly a filler. It sets things for what's to come but the only really relevant chapters...

    3.5 stars I love the Incryptid series, the crazy Price family and the huge variety of weird and wonderful creatures (particularly the Aeslin mice!) are just so much fun to read about so of course I was excited to read Tricks for Free even though Antimony is actually my least favouri...

    Antimony, Annie, Price is on the run hiding from her enemies and her family. If she went to her family the Covenant could use her magical signature to find them. Her only chance. Find a massively populated area and hope it masks her magic. What better place then one of the happiest pla...

    I picked up this paperback in the store on the day it was released, but it took me a few days to get around to reading it. I went in knowing that the Aeslin mice really didn?t feature in it (Sam takes them to the airport and they head for home). Would the magic still be there without...

    Still didn't like Antimony, her personality was boring and her martyr like attitude grated on me, she couldn't go a page without being smug or judgmental or a know it all or without looking down on people. Her worst qualities though were her bitterness and the huge chip she had on her ...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy TRICKS FOR FREE, the seventh book in the InCryptid series continues this series' trend of high adventure, exciting storylines, and unique worldbuilding. I am constantly impressed how each book comes off as fresh and full of thrilling plots...

    *Source* Publisher *Genre* Fantasy, Paranormal *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Tricks for Free, by author Seanan McGuire, is the seventh book in the InCryptid urban fantasy series. The series features the Price family, an eccentric group of cryptozoologists who safeguard the world of m...

    I like Annie, but not too much happens in this book. Yes, there's a conflict set up and resolved, and characters introduced (or reintroduced), but it's mostly set up for the next adventure. And that's going to be a doozy. Still, it's a fun set up--at a theme park, with plenty of cry...

    Mon avis en Français My English review I really like this series and I was eager to discover another of the novels. Besides, I was very happy to see that we were once again following Antimony because I loved having her as the main character in the previous volume. And then afte...

    Loving Antimony's voice in this one. ...

    This series has always been hit or miss for me. It's probably because each book takes place in a different setting with new side characters even if the main characters are the same. Each book can have a totally different vibe depending on those things. I loved the last book along with ...

    Not only did I enjoy this book on its own merits, it's a really excellent follow-up from the previous book...and largely for the same reason: the story of a woman who, separated from the only family she's ever known, begins to build one of her own. Though nothing about Antimony's s...

  • Marzie
    Mar 04, 2018

    Thanks to Netgalley and Berkley for providing me with an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review. Seanan McGuire is one of my favorite authors. Seriously, she's on my auto-buy list. I love the worlds and characters she creates. Incryptid is one of those worlds, and I strug...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.  The thing I really like about Seanan McGuire is - she is different. ?...

    Temporary rating to help counteract the guy who decided to rate this one star before anybody's read it. I hate it when people do that. Rating to be revised when I *have* read it. ...

    It's cryptozoology time at BB&B. Originally I rated this 4 stars but the more I thought about it the more I realized that it doesn't deserve it. Don't get me wrong, it's a good book but it's mostly a filler. It sets things for what's to come but the only really relevant chapters...

    3.5 stars I love the Incryptid series, the crazy Price family and the huge variety of weird and wonderful creatures (particularly the Aeslin mice!) are just so much fun to read about so of course I was excited to read Tricks for Free even though Antimony is actually my least favouri...

    Antimony, Annie, Price is on the run hiding from her enemies and her family. If she went to her family the Covenant could use her magical signature to find them. Her only chance. Find a massively populated area and hope it masks her magic. What better place then one of the happiest pla...

    I picked up this paperback in the store on the day it was released, but it took me a few days to get around to reading it. I went in knowing that the Aeslin mice really didn?t feature in it (Sam takes them to the airport and they head for home). Would the magic still be there without...

    Still didn't like Antimony, her personality was boring and her martyr like attitude grated on me, she couldn't go a page without being smug or judgmental or a know it all or without looking down on people. Her worst qualities though were her bitterness and the huge chip she had on her ...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy TRICKS FOR FREE, the seventh book in the InCryptid series continues this series' trend of high adventure, exciting storylines, and unique worldbuilding. I am constantly impressed how each book comes off as fresh and full of thrilling plots...

    *Source* Publisher *Genre* Fantasy, Paranormal *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Tricks for Free, by author Seanan McGuire, is the seventh book in the InCryptid urban fantasy series. The series features the Price family, an eccentric group of cryptozoologists who safeguard the world of m...

    I like Annie, but not too much happens in this book. Yes, there's a conflict set up and resolved, and characters introduced (or reintroduced), but it's mostly set up for the next adventure. And that's going to be a doozy. Still, it's a fun set up--at a theme park, with plenty of cry...

    Mon avis en Français My English review I really like this series and I was eager to discover another of the novels. Besides, I was very happy to see that we were once again following Antimony because I loved having her as the main character in the previous volume. And then afte...

    Loving Antimony's voice in this one. ...

    This series has always been hit or miss for me. It's probably because each book takes place in a different setting with new side characters even if the main characters are the same. Each book can have a totally different vibe depending on those things. I loved the last book along with ...

    Not only did I enjoy this book on its own merits, it's a really excellent follow-up from the previous book...and largely for the same reason: the story of a woman who, separated from the only family she's ever known, begins to build one of her own. Though nothing about Antimony's s...

    Much as I love Antimony, Tricks for Free is one of the weaker InCryptid installments. It's stricken with seventh book syndrome, if that were a thing, but it's totally not. Seriously, though, the issues here are reminiscent of "second book syndrome," in that the plot's a bit lacking and...

    Tricks for Free is the seventh entry in the InCryptid series and one of my favorites, in spite of the novel?s lack of Aeslin mice. (Aeslin Mice fans, take heart! Included with this novel is the account of Mindy and Mork?s perilous journey back to the Price compound, following Annie...

  • Christina (A Reader of Fictions)
    Aug 13, 2018

    Thanks to Netgalley and Berkley for providing me with an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review. Seanan McGuire is one of my favorite authors. Seriously, she's on my auto-buy list. I love the worlds and characters she creates. Incryptid is one of those worlds, and I strug...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.  The thing I really like about Seanan McGuire is - she is different. ?...

    Temporary rating to help counteract the guy who decided to rate this one star before anybody's read it. I hate it when people do that. Rating to be revised when I *have* read it. ...

    It's cryptozoology time at BB&B. Originally I rated this 4 stars but the more I thought about it the more I realized that it doesn't deserve it. Don't get me wrong, it's a good book but it's mostly a filler. It sets things for what's to come but the only really relevant chapters...

    3.5 stars I love the Incryptid series, the crazy Price family and the huge variety of weird and wonderful creatures (particularly the Aeslin mice!) are just so much fun to read about so of course I was excited to read Tricks for Free even though Antimony is actually my least favouri...

    Antimony, Annie, Price is on the run hiding from her enemies and her family. If she went to her family the Covenant could use her magical signature to find them. Her only chance. Find a massively populated area and hope it masks her magic. What better place then one of the happiest pla...

    I picked up this paperback in the store on the day it was released, but it took me a few days to get around to reading it. I went in knowing that the Aeslin mice really didn?t feature in it (Sam takes them to the airport and they head for home). Would the magic still be there without...

    Still didn't like Antimony, her personality was boring and her martyr like attitude grated on me, she couldn't go a page without being smug or judgmental or a know it all or without looking down on people. Her worst qualities though were her bitterness and the huge chip she had on her ...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy TRICKS FOR FREE, the seventh book in the InCryptid series continues this series' trend of high adventure, exciting storylines, and unique worldbuilding. I am constantly impressed how each book comes off as fresh and full of thrilling plots...

    *Source* Publisher *Genre* Fantasy, Paranormal *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Tricks for Free, by author Seanan McGuire, is the seventh book in the InCryptid urban fantasy series. The series features the Price family, an eccentric group of cryptozoologists who safeguard the world of m...

    I like Annie, but not too much happens in this book. Yes, there's a conflict set up and resolved, and characters introduced (or reintroduced), but it's mostly set up for the next adventure. And that's going to be a doozy. Still, it's a fun set up--at a theme park, with plenty of cry...

    Mon avis en Français My English review I really like this series and I was eager to discover another of the novels. Besides, I was very happy to see that we were once again following Antimony because I loved having her as the main character in the previous volume. And then afte...

    Loving Antimony's voice in this one. ...

    This series has always been hit or miss for me. It's probably because each book takes place in a different setting with new side characters even if the main characters are the same. Each book can have a totally different vibe depending on those things. I loved the last book along with ...

    Not only did I enjoy this book on its own merits, it's a really excellent follow-up from the previous book...and largely for the same reason: the story of a woman who, separated from the only family she's ever known, begins to build one of her own. Though nothing about Antimony's s...

    Much as I love Antimony, Tricks for Free is one of the weaker InCryptid installments. It's stricken with seventh book syndrome, if that were a thing, but it's totally not. Seriously, though, the issues here are reminiscent of "second book syndrome," in that the plot's a bit lacking and...

  • All Things Urban Fantasy
    Mar 12, 2018

    Thanks to Netgalley and Berkley for providing me with an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review. Seanan McGuire is one of my favorite authors. Seriously, she's on my auto-buy list. I love the worlds and characters she creates. Incryptid is one of those worlds, and I strug...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.  The thing I really like about Seanan McGuire is - she is different. ?...

    Temporary rating to help counteract the guy who decided to rate this one star before anybody's read it. I hate it when people do that. Rating to be revised when I *have* read it. ...

    It's cryptozoology time at BB&B. Originally I rated this 4 stars but the more I thought about it the more I realized that it doesn't deserve it. Don't get me wrong, it's a good book but it's mostly a filler. It sets things for what's to come but the only really relevant chapters...

    3.5 stars I love the Incryptid series, the crazy Price family and the huge variety of weird and wonderful creatures (particularly the Aeslin mice!) are just so much fun to read about so of course I was excited to read Tricks for Free even though Antimony is actually my least favouri...

    Antimony, Annie, Price is on the run hiding from her enemies and her family. If she went to her family the Covenant could use her magical signature to find them. Her only chance. Find a massively populated area and hope it masks her magic. What better place then one of the happiest pla...

    I picked up this paperback in the store on the day it was released, but it took me a few days to get around to reading it. I went in knowing that the Aeslin mice really didn?t feature in it (Sam takes them to the airport and they head for home). Would the magic still be there without...

    Still didn't like Antimony, her personality was boring and her martyr like attitude grated on me, she couldn't go a page without being smug or judgmental or a know it all or without looking down on people. Her worst qualities though were her bitterness and the huge chip she had on her ...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy TRICKS FOR FREE, the seventh book in the InCryptid series continues this series' trend of high adventure, exciting storylines, and unique worldbuilding. I am constantly impressed how each book comes off as fresh and full of thrilling plots...

  • Alexis
    Sep 11, 2016

    Thanks to Netgalley and Berkley for providing me with an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review. Seanan McGuire is one of my favorite authors. Seriously, she's on my auto-buy list. I love the worlds and characters she creates. Incryptid is one of those worlds, and I strug...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.  The thing I really like about Seanan McGuire is - she is different. ?...

    Temporary rating to help counteract the guy who decided to rate this one star before anybody's read it. I hate it when people do that. Rating to be revised when I *have* read it. ...

    It's cryptozoology time at BB&B. Originally I rated this 4 stars but the more I thought about it the more I realized that it doesn't deserve it. Don't get me wrong, it's a good book but it's mostly a filler. It sets things for what's to come but the only really relevant chapters...

    3.5 stars I love the Incryptid series, the crazy Price family and the huge variety of weird and wonderful creatures (particularly the Aeslin mice!) are just so much fun to read about so of course I was excited to read Tricks for Free even though Antimony is actually my least favouri...

    Antimony, Annie, Price is on the run hiding from her enemies and her family. If she went to her family the Covenant could use her magical signature to find them. Her only chance. Find a massively populated area and hope it masks her magic. What better place then one of the happiest pla...

    I picked up this paperback in the store on the day it was released, but it took me a few days to get around to reading it. I went in knowing that the Aeslin mice really didn?t feature in it (Sam takes them to the airport and they head for home). Would the magic still be there without...

    Still didn't like Antimony, her personality was boring and her martyr like attitude grated on me, she couldn't go a page without being smug or judgmental or a know it all or without looking down on people. Her worst qualities though were her bitterness and the huge chip she had on her ...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy TRICKS FOR FREE, the seventh book in the InCryptid series continues this series' trend of high adventure, exciting storylines, and unique worldbuilding. I am constantly impressed how each book comes off as fresh and full of thrilling plots...

    *Source* Publisher *Genre* Fantasy, Paranormal *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Tricks for Free, by author Seanan McGuire, is the seventh book in the InCryptid urban fantasy series. The series features the Price family, an eccentric group of cryptozoologists who safeguard the world of m...

    I like Annie, but not too much happens in this book. Yes, there's a conflict set up and resolved, and characters introduced (or reintroduced), but it's mostly set up for the next adventure. And that's going to be a doozy. Still, it's a fun set up--at a theme park, with plenty of cry...

    Mon avis en Français My English review I really like this series and I was eager to discover another of the novels. Besides, I was very happy to see that we were once again following Antimony because I loved having her as the main character in the previous volume. And then afte...

    Loving Antimony's voice in this one. ...

  • Shelley
    Feb 25, 2018

    Thanks to Netgalley and Berkley for providing me with an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review. Seanan McGuire is one of my favorite authors. Seriously, she's on my auto-buy list. I love the worlds and characters she creates. Incryptid is one of those worlds, and I strug...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.  The thing I really like about Seanan McGuire is - she is different. ?...

    Temporary rating to help counteract the guy who decided to rate this one star before anybody's read it. I hate it when people do that. Rating to be revised when I *have* read it. ...

    It's cryptozoology time at BB&B. Originally I rated this 4 stars but the more I thought about it the more I realized that it doesn't deserve it. Don't get me wrong, it's a good book but it's mostly a filler. It sets things for what's to come but the only really relevant chapters...

    3.5 stars I love the Incryptid series, the crazy Price family and the huge variety of weird and wonderful creatures (particularly the Aeslin mice!) are just so much fun to read about so of course I was excited to read Tricks for Free even though Antimony is actually my least favouri...

    Antimony, Annie, Price is on the run hiding from her enemies and her family. If she went to her family the Covenant could use her magical signature to find them. Her only chance. Find a massively populated area and hope it masks her magic. What better place then one of the happiest pla...

    I picked up this paperback in the store on the day it was released, but it took me a few days to get around to reading it. I went in knowing that the Aeslin mice really didn?t feature in it (Sam takes them to the airport and they head for home). Would the magic still be there without...

    Still didn't like Antimony, her personality was boring and her martyr like attitude grated on me, she couldn't go a page without being smug or judgmental or a know it all or without looking down on people. Her worst qualities though were her bitterness and the huge chip she had on her ...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy TRICKS FOR FREE, the seventh book in the InCryptid series continues this series' trend of high adventure, exciting storylines, and unique worldbuilding. I am constantly impressed how each book comes off as fresh and full of thrilling plots...

    *Source* Publisher *Genre* Fantasy, Paranormal *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Tricks for Free, by author Seanan McGuire, is the seventh book in the InCryptid urban fantasy series. The series features the Price family, an eccentric group of cryptozoologists who safeguard the world of m...

  • Melliane
    Jan 23, 2018

    Thanks to Netgalley and Berkley for providing me with an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review. Seanan McGuire is one of my favorite authors. Seriously, she's on my auto-buy list. I love the worlds and characters she creates. Incryptid is one of those worlds, and I strug...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.  The thing I really like about Seanan McGuire is - she is different. ?...

    Temporary rating to help counteract the guy who decided to rate this one star before anybody's read it. I hate it when people do that. Rating to be revised when I *have* read it. ...

    It's cryptozoology time at BB&B. Originally I rated this 4 stars but the more I thought about it the more I realized that it doesn't deserve it. Don't get me wrong, it's a good book but it's mostly a filler. It sets things for what's to come but the only really relevant chapters...

    3.5 stars I love the Incryptid series, the crazy Price family and the huge variety of weird and wonderful creatures (particularly the Aeslin mice!) are just so much fun to read about so of course I was excited to read Tricks for Free even though Antimony is actually my least favouri...

    Antimony, Annie, Price is on the run hiding from her enemies and her family. If she went to her family the Covenant could use her magical signature to find them. Her only chance. Find a massively populated area and hope it masks her magic. What better place then one of the happiest pla...

    I picked up this paperback in the store on the day it was released, but it took me a few days to get around to reading it. I went in knowing that the Aeslin mice really didn?t feature in it (Sam takes them to the airport and they head for home). Would the magic still be there without...

    Still didn't like Antimony, her personality was boring and her martyr like attitude grated on me, she couldn't go a page without being smug or judgmental or a know it all or without looking down on people. Her worst qualities though were her bitterness and the huge chip she had on her ...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy TRICKS FOR FREE, the seventh book in the InCryptid series continues this series' trend of high adventure, exciting storylines, and unique worldbuilding. I am constantly impressed how each book comes off as fresh and full of thrilling plots...

    *Source* Publisher *Genre* Fantasy, Paranormal *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Tricks for Free, by author Seanan McGuire, is the seventh book in the InCryptid urban fantasy series. The series features the Price family, an eccentric group of cryptozoologists who safeguard the world of m...

    I like Annie, but not too much happens in this book. Yes, there's a conflict set up and resolved, and characters introduced (or reintroduced), but it's mostly set up for the next adventure. And that's going to be a doozy. Still, it's a fun set up--at a theme park, with plenty of cry...

    Mon avis en Français My English review I really like this series and I was eager to discover another of the novels. Besides, I was very happy to see that we were once again following Antimony because I loved having her as the main character in the previous volume. And then afte...

  • Sarah
    Mar 12, 2018

    Thanks to Netgalley and Berkley for providing me with an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review. Seanan McGuire is one of my favorite authors. Seriously, she's on my auto-buy list. I love the worlds and characters she creates. Incryptid is one of those worlds, and I strug...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.  The thing I really like about Seanan McGuire is - she is different. ?...

    Temporary rating to help counteract the guy who decided to rate this one star before anybody's read it. I hate it when people do that. Rating to be revised when I *have* read it. ...

    It's cryptozoology time at BB&B. Originally I rated this 4 stars but the more I thought about it the more I realized that it doesn't deserve it. Don't get me wrong, it's a good book but it's mostly a filler. It sets things for what's to come but the only really relevant chapters...

    3.5 stars I love the Incryptid series, the crazy Price family and the huge variety of weird and wonderful creatures (particularly the Aeslin mice!) are just so much fun to read about so of course I was excited to read Tricks for Free even though Antimony is actually my least favouri...

  • Karissa
    Feb 18, 2018

    Thanks to Netgalley and Berkley for providing me with an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review. Seanan McGuire is one of my favorite authors. Seriously, she's on my auto-buy list. I love the worlds and characters she creates. Incryptid is one of those worlds, and I strug...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.  The thing I really like about Seanan McGuire is - she is different. ?...

    Temporary rating to help counteract the guy who decided to rate this one star before anybody's read it. I hate it when people do that. Rating to be revised when I *have* read it. ...

    It's cryptozoology time at BB&B. Originally I rated this 4 stars but the more I thought about it the more I realized that it doesn't deserve it. Don't get me wrong, it's a good book but it's mostly a filler. It sets things for what's to come but the only really relevant chapters...

    3.5 stars I love the Incryptid series, the crazy Price family and the huge variety of weird and wonderful creatures (particularly the Aeslin mice!) are just so much fun to read about so of course I was excited to read Tricks for Free even though Antimony is actually my least favouri...

    Antimony, Annie, Price is on the run hiding from her enemies and her family. If she went to her family the Covenant could use her magical signature to find them. Her only chance. Find a massively populated area and hope it masks her magic. What better place then one of the happiest pla...

    I picked up this paperback in the store on the day it was released, but it took me a few days to get around to reading it. I went in knowing that the Aeslin mice really didn?t feature in it (Sam takes them to the airport and they head for home). Would the magic still be there without...

    Still didn't like Antimony, her personality was boring and her martyr like attitude grated on me, she couldn't go a page without being smug or judgmental or a know it all or without looking down on people. Her worst qualities though were her bitterness and the huge chip she had on her ...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy TRICKS FOR FREE, the seventh book in the InCryptid series continues this series' trend of high adventure, exciting storylines, and unique worldbuilding. I am constantly impressed how each book comes off as fresh and full of thrilling plots...

    *Source* Publisher *Genre* Fantasy, Paranormal *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Tricks for Free, by author Seanan McGuire, is the seventh book in the InCryptid urban fantasy series. The series features the Price family, an eccentric group of cryptozoologists who safeguard the world of m...

    I like Annie, but not too much happens in this book. Yes, there's a conflict set up and resolved, and characters introduced (or reintroduced), but it's mostly set up for the next adventure. And that's going to be a doozy. Still, it's a fun set up--at a theme park, with plenty of cry...

    Mon avis en Français My English review I really like this series and I was eager to discover another of the novels. Besides, I was very happy to see that we were once again following Antimony because I loved having her as the main character in the previous volume. And then afte...

    Loving Antimony's voice in this one. ...

    This series has always been hit or miss for me. It's probably because each book takes place in a different setting with new side characters even if the main characters are the same. Each book can have a totally different vibe depending on those things. I loved the last book along with ...

    Not only did I enjoy this book on its own merits, it's a really excellent follow-up from the previous book...and largely for the same reason: the story of a woman who, separated from the only family she's ever known, begins to build one of her own. Though nothing about Antimony's s...

    Much as I love Antimony, Tricks for Free is one of the weaker InCryptid installments. It's stricken with seventh book syndrome, if that were a thing, but it's totally not. Seriously, though, the issues here are reminiscent of "second book syndrome," in that the plot's a bit lacking and...

    Tricks for Free is the seventh entry in the InCryptid series and one of my favorites, in spite of the novel?s lack of Aeslin mice. (Aeslin Mice fans, take heart! Included with this novel is the account of Mindy and Mork?s perilous journey back to the Price compound, following Annie...

    Antimony Price is best Price :D Coming off the heels of her disastrous mission, Antimony is hiding out at Lowry Land. However, where Prices go, trouble always follows, and there are some strange things happening at the park... like death and destruction! I really enjoy seeing Antimony ...

    This is the seventh book in the InCryptid series a was a wonderful continuation of the InCryptid series. This book continues to follow Antimony Price and her adventures. While Antimony isn't my favorite character follow in this series, I did think this was the best book about her ye...

  • Ferdy
    Mar 23, 2018

    Thanks to Netgalley and Berkley for providing me with an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review. Seanan McGuire is one of my favorite authors. Seriously, she's on my auto-buy list. I love the worlds and characters she creates. Incryptid is one of those worlds, and I strug...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.  The thing I really like about Seanan McGuire is - she is different. ?...

    Temporary rating to help counteract the guy who decided to rate this one star before anybody's read it. I hate it when people do that. Rating to be revised when I *have* read it. ...

    It's cryptozoology time at BB&B. Originally I rated this 4 stars but the more I thought about it the more I realized that it doesn't deserve it. Don't get me wrong, it's a good book but it's mostly a filler. It sets things for what's to come but the only really relevant chapters...

    3.5 stars I love the Incryptid series, the crazy Price family and the huge variety of weird and wonderful creatures (particularly the Aeslin mice!) are just so much fun to read about so of course I was excited to read Tricks for Free even though Antimony is actually my least favouri...

    Antimony, Annie, Price is on the run hiding from her enemies and her family. If she went to her family the Covenant could use her magical signature to find them. Her only chance. Find a massively populated area and hope it masks her magic. What better place then one of the happiest pla...

    I picked up this paperback in the store on the day it was released, but it took me a few days to get around to reading it. I went in knowing that the Aeslin mice really didn?t feature in it (Sam takes them to the airport and they head for home). Would the magic still be there without...

    Still didn't like Antimony, her personality was boring and her martyr like attitude grated on me, she couldn't go a page without being smug or judgmental or a know it all or without looking down on people. Her worst qualities though were her bitterness and the huge chip she had on her ...

  • ☕ Kimberly
    Apr 08, 2018

    Thanks to Netgalley and Berkley for providing me with an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review. Seanan McGuire is one of my favorite authors. Seriously, she's on my auto-buy list. I love the worlds and characters she creates. Incryptid is one of those worlds, and I strug...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.  The thing I really like about Seanan McGuire is - she is different. ?...

    Temporary rating to help counteract the guy who decided to rate this one star before anybody's read it. I hate it when people do that. Rating to be revised when I *have* read it. ...

    It's cryptozoology time at BB&B. Originally I rated this 4 stars but the more I thought about it the more I realized that it doesn't deserve it. Don't get me wrong, it's a good book but it's mostly a filler. It sets things for what's to come but the only really relevant chapters...

    3.5 stars I love the Incryptid series, the crazy Price family and the huge variety of weird and wonderful creatures (particularly the Aeslin mice!) are just so much fun to read about so of course I was excited to read Tricks for Free even though Antimony is actually my least favouri...

    Antimony, Annie, Price is on the run hiding from her enemies and her family. If she went to her family the Covenant could use her magical signature to find them. Her only chance. Find a massively populated area and hope it masks her magic. What better place then one of the happiest pla...

    I picked up this paperback in the store on the day it was released, but it took me a few days to get around to reading it. I went in knowing that the Aeslin mice really didn?t feature in it (Sam takes them to the airport and they head for home). Would the magic still be there without...

    Still didn't like Antimony, her personality was boring and her martyr like attitude grated on me, she couldn't go a page without being smug or judgmental or a know it all or without looking down on people. Her worst qualities though were her bitterness and the huge chip she had on her ...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy TRICKS FOR FREE, the seventh book in the InCryptid series continues this series' trend of high adventure, exciting storylines, and unique worldbuilding. I am constantly impressed how each book comes off as fresh and full of thrilling plots...

    *Source* Publisher *Genre* Fantasy, Paranormal *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Tricks for Free, by author Seanan McGuire, is the seventh book in the InCryptid urban fantasy series. The series features the Price family, an eccentric group of cryptozoologists who safeguard the world of m...

    I like Annie, but not too much happens in this book. Yes, there's a conflict set up and resolved, and characters introduced (or reintroduced), but it's mostly set up for the next adventure. And that's going to be a doozy. Still, it's a fun set up--at a theme park, with plenty of cry...

    Mon avis en Français My English review I really like this series and I was eager to discover another of the novels. Besides, I was very happy to see that we were once again following Antimony because I loved having her as the main character in the previous volume. And then afte...

    Loving Antimony's voice in this one. ...

    This series has always been hit or miss for me. It's probably because each book takes place in a different setting with new side characters even if the main characters are the same. Each book can have a totally different vibe depending on those things. I loved the last book along with ...

    Not only did I enjoy this book on its own merits, it's a really excellent follow-up from the previous book...and largely for the same reason: the story of a woman who, separated from the only family she's ever known, begins to build one of her own. Though nothing about Antimony's s...

    Much as I love Antimony, Tricks for Free is one of the weaker InCryptid installments. It's stricken with seventh book syndrome, if that were a thing, but it's totally not. Seriously, though, the issues here are reminiscent of "second book syndrome," in that the plot's a bit lacking and...

    Tricks for Free is the seventh entry in the InCryptid series and one of my favorites, in spite of the novel?s lack of Aeslin mice. (Aeslin Mice fans, take heart! Included with this novel is the account of Mindy and Mork?s perilous journey back to the Price compound, following Annie...

    Antimony Price is best Price :D Coming off the heels of her disastrous mission, Antimony is hiding out at Lowry Land. However, where Prices go, trouble always follows, and there are some strange things happening at the park... like death and destruction! I really enjoy seeing Antimony ...

    This is the seventh book in the InCryptid series a was a wonderful continuation of the InCryptid series. This book continues to follow Antimony Price and her adventures. While Antimony isn't my favorite character follow in this series, I did think this was the best book about her ye...

    ?Thanks for the vote of murder-confidence,? I said. She flashed me a bright, toothy smile. ?I always have faith in you when it comes to murder.? So, I'm in Antimony's corner now. All in. I started out being annoyed with her all the time because she's the little sister and, ...

    Sometimes I have a stack of books by authors I've never read, and one book that's sure to be excellent. Save Excellent for last, it hides the taste of all the other disappointments. Annie is on the run from her family, because really she is on the run from Big Evil, AKA the Coven...

    Designing a century-old media empire, so that it can populate a theme park, within which to set a series of murders, is the most Seanan McGuire thing to-date. Also, CROSSROADS? GHOSTS? MURDER? LUCK? I LOVE THIS? ...

    4.5 stars. I Love Seanan McGuire. She is one of my favorite authors. That being said this was not my favorite of all her incryptid books but still an excellent story. Love this series and I enjoyed the short story at the end. I'm glad she included it because I really missed the mice in...

    3.75 stars? I guess that sounds like I am splitting hairs. I can't help it when reading in a series by one of my favorite authors; I inevitably compare the book to how much I enjoyed others in the same series. I anticipated Antimony's book(s) since reading the first InCryptid novel...

    This is my favorite in the series so far. It may be because I joined roller derby recently and any references to it make me gleeful. ...

    4,5/5 ...

    Fun series! Amusement parks, cryptids, crossroad ghosts, magic and a little romance too. These books are always a pleasure to read. Note: The Aeslin mice novella at the back actually comes first chronologically. It was also awesome. ...

    This review first appeared on my blog. Tricks for Free is quite possibly the best installment in the InCryptid series so far, which I am sort of surprised I?m saying. I love Verity and loved the Hollywood aspects of her books, while Antimony, the main character in Tricks for Free...

    Not wanting the Covenant to follow her and find her family,  Annie (Antimony) works her way to Florida where she secures a job at Lowryland Amusement Park. Lowryland is one of the largest amusement parks and second only to Disneyland. Luck seems to fall her way as she lands a job tha...

  • Tria
    Feb 27, 2015

    Thanks to Netgalley and Berkley for providing me with an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review. Seanan McGuire is one of my favorite authors. Seriously, she's on my auto-buy list. I love the worlds and characters she creates. Incryptid is one of those worlds, and I strug...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.  The thing I really like about Seanan McGuire is - she is different. ?...

    Temporary rating to help counteract the guy who decided to rate this one star before anybody's read it. I hate it when people do that. Rating to be revised when I *have* read it. ...

  • Beth
    Jan 10, 2018

    Thanks to Netgalley and Berkley for providing me with an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review. Seanan McGuire is one of my favorite authors. Seriously, she's on my auto-buy list. I love the worlds and characters she creates. Incryptid is one of those worlds, and I strug...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.  The thing I really like about Seanan McGuire is - she is different. ?...

    Temporary rating to help counteract the guy who decided to rate this one star before anybody's read it. I hate it when people do that. Rating to be revised when I *have* read it. ...

    It's cryptozoology time at BB&B. Originally I rated this 4 stars but the more I thought about it the more I realized that it doesn't deserve it. Don't get me wrong, it's a good book but it's mostly a filler. It sets things for what's to come but the only really relevant chapters...

    3.5 stars I love the Incryptid series, the crazy Price family and the huge variety of weird and wonderful creatures (particularly the Aeslin mice!) are just so much fun to read about so of course I was excited to read Tricks for Free even though Antimony is actually my least favouri...

    Antimony, Annie, Price is on the run hiding from her enemies and her family. If she went to her family the Covenant could use her magical signature to find them. Her only chance. Find a massively populated area and hope it masks her magic. What better place then one of the happiest pla...

  • Caitlin
    Jun 11, 2018

    Thanks to Netgalley and Berkley for providing me with an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review. Seanan McGuire is one of my favorite authors. Seriously, she's on my auto-buy list. I love the worlds and characters she creates. Incryptid is one of those worlds, and I strug...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.  The thing I really like about Seanan McGuire is - she is different. ?...

    Temporary rating to help counteract the guy who decided to rate this one star before anybody's read it. I hate it when people do that. Rating to be revised when I *have* read it. ...

    It's cryptozoology time at BB&B. Originally I rated this 4 stars but the more I thought about it the more I realized that it doesn't deserve it. Don't get me wrong, it's a good book but it's mostly a filler. It sets things for what's to come but the only really relevant chapters...

    3.5 stars I love the Incryptid series, the crazy Price family and the huge variety of weird and wonderful creatures (particularly the Aeslin mice!) are just so much fun to read about so of course I was excited to read Tricks for Free even though Antimony is actually my least favouri...

    Antimony, Annie, Price is on the run hiding from her enemies and her family. If she went to her family the Covenant could use her magical signature to find them. Her only chance. Find a massively populated area and hope it masks her magic. What better place then one of the happiest pla...

    I picked up this paperback in the store on the day it was released, but it took me a few days to get around to reading it. I went in knowing that the Aeslin mice really didn?t feature in it (Sam takes them to the airport and they head for home). Would the magic still be there without...

    Still didn't like Antimony, her personality was boring and her martyr like attitude grated on me, she couldn't go a page without being smug or judgmental or a know it all or without looking down on people. Her worst qualities though were her bitterness and the huge chip she had on her ...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy TRICKS FOR FREE, the seventh book in the InCryptid series continues this series' trend of high adventure, exciting storylines, and unique worldbuilding. I am constantly impressed how each book comes off as fresh and full of thrilling plots...

    *Source* Publisher *Genre* Fantasy, Paranormal *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Tricks for Free, by author Seanan McGuire, is the seventh book in the InCryptid urban fantasy series. The series features the Price family, an eccentric group of cryptozoologists who safeguard the world of m...

    I like Annie, but not too much happens in this book. Yes, there's a conflict set up and resolved, and characters introduced (or reintroduced), but it's mostly set up for the next adventure. And that's going to be a doozy. Still, it's a fun set up--at a theme park, with plenty of cry...

  • Nicole Luiken
    Mar 24, 2018

    Thanks to Netgalley and Berkley for providing me with an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review. Seanan McGuire is one of my favorite authors. Seriously, she's on my auto-buy list. I love the worlds and characters she creates. Incryptid is one of those worlds, and I strug...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.  The thing I really like about Seanan McGuire is - she is different. ?...

    Temporary rating to help counteract the guy who decided to rate this one star before anybody's read it. I hate it when people do that. Rating to be revised when I *have* read it. ...

    It's cryptozoology time at BB&B. Originally I rated this 4 stars but the more I thought about it the more I realized that it doesn't deserve it. Don't get me wrong, it's a good book but it's mostly a filler. It sets things for what's to come but the only really relevant chapters...

    3.5 stars I love the Incryptid series, the crazy Price family and the huge variety of weird and wonderful creatures (particularly the Aeslin mice!) are just so much fun to read about so of course I was excited to read Tricks for Free even though Antimony is actually my least favouri...

    Antimony, Annie, Price is on the run hiding from her enemies and her family. If she went to her family the Covenant could use her magical signature to find them. Her only chance. Find a massively populated area and hope it masks her magic. What better place then one of the happiest pla...

    I picked up this paperback in the store on the day it was released, but it took me a few days to get around to reading it. I went in knowing that the Aeslin mice really didn?t feature in it (Sam takes them to the airport and they head for home). Would the magic still be there without...

    Still didn't like Antimony, her personality was boring and her martyr like attitude grated on me, she couldn't go a page without being smug or judgmental or a know it all or without looking down on people. Her worst qualities though were her bitterness and the huge chip she had on her ...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy TRICKS FOR FREE, the seventh book in the InCryptid series continues this series' trend of high adventure, exciting storylines, and unique worldbuilding. I am constantly impressed how each book comes off as fresh and full of thrilling plots...

    *Source* Publisher *Genre* Fantasy, Paranormal *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Tricks for Free, by author Seanan McGuire, is the seventh book in the InCryptid urban fantasy series. The series features the Price family, an eccentric group of cryptozoologists who safeguard the world of m...

    I like Annie, but not too much happens in this book. Yes, there's a conflict set up and resolved, and characters introduced (or reintroduced), but it's mostly set up for the next adventure. And that's going to be a doozy. Still, it's a fun set up--at a theme park, with plenty of cry...

    Mon avis en Français My English review I really like this series and I was eager to discover another of the novels. Besides, I was very happy to see that we were once again following Antimony because I loved having her as the main character in the previous volume. And then afte...

    Loving Antimony's voice in this one. ...

    This series has always been hit or miss for me. It's probably because each book takes place in a different setting with new side characters even if the main characters are the same. Each book can have a totally different vibe depending on those things. I loved the last book along with ...

    Not only did I enjoy this book on its own merits, it's a really excellent follow-up from the previous book...and largely for the same reason: the story of a woman who, separated from the only family she's ever known, begins to build one of her own. Though nothing about Antimony's s...

    Much as I love Antimony, Tricks for Free is one of the weaker InCryptid installments. It's stricken with seventh book syndrome, if that were a thing, but it's totally not. Seriously, though, the issues here are reminiscent of "second book syndrome," in that the plot's a bit lacking and...

    Tricks for Free is the seventh entry in the InCryptid series and one of my favorites, in spite of the novel?s lack of Aeslin mice. (Aeslin Mice fans, take heart! Included with this novel is the account of Mindy and Mork?s perilous journey back to the Price compound, following Annie...

    Antimony Price is best Price :D Coming off the heels of her disastrous mission, Antimony is hiding out at Lowry Land. However, where Prices go, trouble always follows, and there are some strange things happening at the park... like death and destruction! I really enjoy seeing Antimony ...

    This is the seventh book in the InCryptid series a was a wonderful continuation of the InCryptid series. This book continues to follow Antimony Price and her adventures. While Antimony isn't my favorite character follow in this series, I did think this was the best book about her ye...

    ?Thanks for the vote of murder-confidence,? I said. She flashed me a bright, toothy smile. ?I always have faith in you when it comes to murder.? So, I'm in Antimony's corner now. All in. I started out being annoyed with her all the time because she's the little sister and, ...

    Sometimes I have a stack of books by authors I've never read, and one book that's sure to be excellent. Save Excellent for last, it hides the taste of all the other disappointments. Annie is on the run from her family, because really she is on the run from Big Evil, AKA the Coven...

    Designing a century-old media empire, so that it can populate a theme park, within which to set a series of murders, is the most Seanan McGuire thing to-date. Also, CROSSROADS? GHOSTS? MURDER? LUCK? I LOVE THIS? ...

    4.5 stars. I Love Seanan McGuire. She is one of my favorite authors. That being said this was not my favorite of all her incryptid books but still an excellent story. Love this series and I enjoyed the short story at the end. I'm glad she included it because I really missed the mice in...

    3.75 stars? I guess that sounds like I am splitting hairs. I can't help it when reading in a series by one of my favorite authors; I inevitably compare the book to how much I enjoyed others in the same series. I anticipated Antimony's book(s) since reading the first InCryptid novel...

    This is my favorite in the series so far. It may be because I joined roller derby recently and any references to it make me gleeful. ...

    4,5/5 ...

    Fun series! Amusement parks, cryptids, crossroad ghosts, magic and a little romance too. These books are always a pleasure to read. Note: The Aeslin mice novella at the back actually comes first chronologically. It was also awesome. ...

  • Amyiw
    Mar 13, 2018

    Thanks to Netgalley and Berkley for providing me with an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review. Seanan McGuire is one of my favorite authors. Seriously, she's on my auto-buy list. I love the worlds and characters she creates. Incryptid is one of those worlds, and I strug...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.  The thing I really like about Seanan McGuire is - she is different. ?...

    Temporary rating to help counteract the guy who decided to rate this one star before anybody's read it. I hate it when people do that. Rating to be revised when I *have* read it. ...

    It's cryptozoology time at BB&B. Originally I rated this 4 stars but the more I thought about it the more I realized that it doesn't deserve it. Don't get me wrong, it's a good book but it's mostly a filler. It sets things for what's to come but the only really relevant chapters...

    3.5 stars I love the Incryptid series, the crazy Price family and the huge variety of weird and wonderful creatures (particularly the Aeslin mice!) are just so much fun to read about so of course I was excited to read Tricks for Free even though Antimony is actually my least favouri...

    Antimony, Annie, Price is on the run hiding from her enemies and her family. If she went to her family the Covenant could use her magical signature to find them. Her only chance. Find a massively populated area and hope it masks her magic. What better place then one of the happiest pla...

    I picked up this paperback in the store on the day it was released, but it took me a few days to get around to reading it. I went in knowing that the Aeslin mice really didn?t feature in it (Sam takes them to the airport and they head for home). Would the magic still be there without...

    Still didn't like Antimony, her personality was boring and her martyr like attitude grated on me, she couldn't go a page without being smug or judgmental or a know it all or without looking down on people. Her worst qualities though were her bitterness and the huge chip she had on her ...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy TRICKS FOR FREE, the seventh book in the InCryptid series continues this series' trend of high adventure, exciting storylines, and unique worldbuilding. I am constantly impressed how each book comes off as fresh and full of thrilling plots...

    *Source* Publisher *Genre* Fantasy, Paranormal *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Tricks for Free, by author Seanan McGuire, is the seventh book in the InCryptid urban fantasy series. The series features the Price family, an eccentric group of cryptozoologists who safeguard the world of m...

    I like Annie, but not too much happens in this book. Yes, there's a conflict set up and resolved, and characters introduced (or reintroduced), but it's mostly set up for the next adventure. And that's going to be a doozy. Still, it's a fun set up--at a theme park, with plenty of cry...

    Mon avis en Français My English review I really like this series and I was eager to discover another of the novels. Besides, I was very happy to see that we were once again following Antimony because I loved having her as the main character in the previous volume. And then afte...

    Loving Antimony's voice in this one. ...

    This series has always been hit or miss for me. It's probably because each book takes place in a different setting with new side characters even if the main characters are the same. Each book can have a totally different vibe depending on those things. I loved the last book along with ...

    Not only did I enjoy this book on its own merits, it's a really excellent follow-up from the previous book...and largely for the same reason: the story of a woman who, separated from the only family she's ever known, begins to build one of her own. Though nothing about Antimony's s...

    Much as I love Antimony, Tricks for Free is one of the weaker InCryptid installments. It's stricken with seventh book syndrome, if that were a thing, but it's totally not. Seriously, though, the issues here are reminiscent of "second book syndrome," in that the plot's a bit lacking and...

    Tricks for Free is the seventh entry in the InCryptid series and one of my favorites, in spite of the novel?s lack of Aeslin mice. (Aeslin Mice fans, take heart! Included with this novel is the account of Mindy and Mork?s perilous journey back to the Price compound, following Annie...

    Antimony Price is best Price :D Coming off the heels of her disastrous mission, Antimony is hiding out at Lowry Land. However, where Prices go, trouble always follows, and there are some strange things happening at the park... like death and destruction! I really enjoy seeing Antimony ...

    This is the seventh book in the InCryptid series a was a wonderful continuation of the InCryptid series. This book continues to follow Antimony Price and her adventures. While Antimony isn't my favorite character follow in this series, I did think this was the best book about her ye...

    ?Thanks for the vote of murder-confidence,? I said. She flashed me a bright, toothy smile. ?I always have faith in you when it comes to murder.? So, I'm in Antimony's corner now. All in. I started out being annoyed with her all the time because she's the little sister and, ...

    Sometimes I have a stack of books by authors I've never read, and one book that's sure to be excellent. Save Excellent for last, it hides the taste of all the other disappointments. Annie is on the run from her family, because really she is on the run from Big Evil, AKA the Coven...

    Designing a century-old media empire, so that it can populate a theme park, within which to set a series of murders, is the most Seanan McGuire thing to-date. Also, CROSSROADS? GHOSTS? MURDER? LUCK? I LOVE THIS? ...

    4.5 stars. I Love Seanan McGuire. She is one of my favorite authors. That being said this was not my favorite of all her incryptid books but still an excellent story. Love this series and I enjoyed the short story at the end. I'm glad she included it because I really missed the mice in...

    3.75 stars? I guess that sounds like I am splitting hairs. I can't help it when reading in a series by one of my favorite authors; I inevitably compare the book to how much I enjoyed others in the same series. I anticipated Antimony's book(s) since reading the first InCryptid novel...

    This is my favorite in the series so far. It may be because I joined roller derby recently and any references to it make me gleeful. ...

    4,5/5 ...

    Fun series! Amusement parks, cryptids, crossroad ghosts, magic and a little romance too. These books are always a pleasure to read. Note: The Aeslin mice novella at the back actually comes first chronologically. It was also awesome. ...

    This review first appeared on my blog. Tricks for Free is quite possibly the best installment in the InCryptid series so far, which I am sort of surprised I?m saying. I love Verity and loved the Hollywood aspects of her books, while Antimony, the main character in Tricks for Free...

    Not wanting the Covenant to follow her and find her family,  Annie (Antimony) works her way to Florida where she secures a job at Lowryland Amusement Park. Lowryland is one of the largest amusement parks and second only to Disneyland. Luck seems to fall her way as she lands a job tha...

    3.5 stars maybe on the high side. Much better than the last with Antimony as the lead. Wow this is like a whole new world at first, and not in a good way, lots of new characters and world building. She is at a theme park as an employee trying to fit in. Really coincidentally she mee...

  • Alex Can Read
    Jan 25, 2018

    Thanks to Netgalley and Berkley for providing me with an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review. Seanan McGuire is one of my favorite authors. Seriously, she's on my auto-buy list. I love the worlds and characters she creates. Incryptid is one of those worlds, and I strug...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.  The thing I really like about Seanan McGuire is - she is different. ?...

    Temporary rating to help counteract the guy who decided to rate this one star before anybody's read it. I hate it when people do that. Rating to be revised when I *have* read it. ...

    It's cryptozoology time at BB&B. Originally I rated this 4 stars but the more I thought about it the more I realized that it doesn't deserve it. Don't get me wrong, it's a good book but it's mostly a filler. It sets things for what's to come but the only really relevant chapters...

    3.5 stars I love the Incryptid series, the crazy Price family and the huge variety of weird and wonderful creatures (particularly the Aeslin mice!) are just so much fun to read about so of course I was excited to read Tricks for Free even though Antimony is actually my least favouri...

    Antimony, Annie, Price is on the run hiding from her enemies and her family. If she went to her family the Covenant could use her magical signature to find them. Her only chance. Find a massively populated area and hope it masks her magic. What better place then one of the happiest pla...

    I picked up this paperback in the store on the day it was released, but it took me a few days to get around to reading it. I went in knowing that the Aeslin mice really didn?t feature in it (Sam takes them to the airport and they head for home). Would the magic still be there without...

    Still didn't like Antimony, her personality was boring and her martyr like attitude grated on me, she couldn't go a page without being smug or judgmental or a know it all or without looking down on people. Her worst qualities though were her bitterness and the huge chip she had on her ...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy TRICKS FOR FREE, the seventh book in the InCryptid series continues this series' trend of high adventure, exciting storylines, and unique worldbuilding. I am constantly impressed how each book comes off as fresh and full of thrilling plots...

    *Source* Publisher *Genre* Fantasy, Paranormal *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Tricks for Free, by author Seanan McGuire, is the seventh book in the InCryptid urban fantasy series. The series features the Price family, an eccentric group of cryptozoologists who safeguard the world of m...

    I like Annie, but not too much happens in this book. Yes, there's a conflict set up and resolved, and characters introduced (or reintroduced), but it's mostly set up for the next adventure. And that's going to be a doozy. Still, it's a fun set up--at a theme park, with plenty of cry...

    Mon avis en Français My English review I really like this series and I was eager to discover another of the novels. Besides, I was very happy to see that we were once again following Antimony because I loved having her as the main character in the previous volume. And then afte...

    Loving Antimony's voice in this one. ...

    This series has always been hit or miss for me. It's probably because each book takes place in a different setting with new side characters even if the main characters are the same. Each book can have a totally different vibe depending on those things. I loved the last book along with ...

    Not only did I enjoy this book on its own merits, it's a really excellent follow-up from the previous book...and largely for the same reason: the story of a woman who, separated from the only family she's ever known, begins to build one of her own. Though nothing about Antimony's s...

    Much as I love Antimony, Tricks for Free is one of the weaker InCryptid installments. It's stricken with seventh book syndrome, if that were a thing, but it's totally not. Seriously, though, the issues here are reminiscent of "second book syndrome," in that the plot's a bit lacking and...

    Tricks for Free is the seventh entry in the InCryptid series and one of my favorites, in spite of the novel?s lack of Aeslin mice. (Aeslin Mice fans, take heart! Included with this novel is the account of Mindy and Mork?s perilous journey back to the Price compound, following Annie...

    Antimony Price is best Price :D Coming off the heels of her disastrous mission, Antimony is hiding out at Lowry Land. However, where Prices go, trouble always follows, and there are some strange things happening at the park... like death and destruction! I really enjoy seeing Antimony ...

    This is the seventh book in the InCryptid series a was a wonderful continuation of the InCryptid series. This book continues to follow Antimony Price and her adventures. While Antimony isn't my favorite character follow in this series, I did think this was the best book about her ye...

    ?Thanks for the vote of murder-confidence,? I said. She flashed me a bright, toothy smile. ?I always have faith in you when it comes to murder.? So, I'm in Antimony's corner now. All in. I started out being annoyed with her all the time because she's the little sister and, ...

    Sometimes I have a stack of books by authors I've never read, and one book that's sure to be excellent. Save Excellent for last, it hides the taste of all the other disappointments. Annie is on the run from her family, because really she is on the run from Big Evil, AKA the Coven...

    Designing a century-old media empire, so that it can populate a theme park, within which to set a series of murders, is the most Seanan McGuire thing to-date. Also, CROSSROADS? GHOSTS? MURDER? LUCK? I LOVE THIS? ...

    4.5 stars. I Love Seanan McGuire. She is one of my favorite authors. That being said this was not my favorite of all her incryptid books but still an excellent story. Love this series and I enjoyed the short story at the end. I'm glad she included it because I really missed the mice in...

    3.75 stars? I guess that sounds like I am splitting hairs. I can't help it when reading in a series by one of my favorite authors; I inevitably compare the book to how much I enjoyed others in the same series. I anticipated Antimony's book(s) since reading the first InCryptid novel...

    This is my favorite in the series so far. It may be because I joined roller derby recently and any references to it make me gleeful. ...

    4,5/5 ...

    Fun series! Amusement parks, cryptids, crossroad ghosts, magic and a little romance too. These books are always a pleasure to read. Note: The Aeslin mice novella at the back actually comes first chronologically. It was also awesome. ...

    This review first appeared on my blog. Tricks for Free is quite possibly the best installment in the InCryptid series so far, which I am sort of surprised I?m saying. I love Verity and loved the Hollywood aspects of her books, while Antimony, the main character in Tricks for Free...

  • Kira
    Mar 29, 2018

    Thanks to Netgalley and Berkley for providing me with an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review. Seanan McGuire is one of my favorite authors. Seriously, she's on my auto-buy list. I love the worlds and characters she creates. Incryptid is one of those worlds, and I strug...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.  The thing I really like about Seanan McGuire is - she is different. ?...

    Temporary rating to help counteract the guy who decided to rate this one star before anybody's read it. I hate it when people do that. Rating to be revised when I *have* read it. ...

    It's cryptozoology time at BB&B. Originally I rated this 4 stars but the more I thought about it the more I realized that it doesn't deserve it. Don't get me wrong, it's a good book but it's mostly a filler. It sets things for what's to come but the only really relevant chapters...

    3.5 stars I love the Incryptid series, the crazy Price family and the huge variety of weird and wonderful creatures (particularly the Aeslin mice!) are just so much fun to read about so of course I was excited to read Tricks for Free even though Antimony is actually my least favouri...

    Antimony, Annie, Price is on the run hiding from her enemies and her family. If she went to her family the Covenant could use her magical signature to find them. Her only chance. Find a massively populated area and hope it masks her magic. What better place then one of the happiest pla...

    I picked up this paperback in the store on the day it was released, but it took me a few days to get around to reading it. I went in knowing that the Aeslin mice really didn?t feature in it (Sam takes them to the airport and they head for home). Would the magic still be there without...

    Still didn't like Antimony, her personality was boring and her martyr like attitude grated on me, she couldn't go a page without being smug or judgmental or a know it all or without looking down on people. Her worst qualities though were her bitterness and the huge chip she had on her ...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy TRICKS FOR FREE, the seventh book in the InCryptid series continues this series' trend of high adventure, exciting storylines, and unique worldbuilding. I am constantly impressed how each book comes off as fresh and full of thrilling plots...

    *Source* Publisher *Genre* Fantasy, Paranormal *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Tricks for Free, by author Seanan McGuire, is the seventh book in the InCryptid urban fantasy series. The series features the Price family, an eccentric group of cryptozoologists who safeguard the world of m...

    I like Annie, but not too much happens in this book. Yes, there's a conflict set up and resolved, and characters introduced (or reintroduced), but it's mostly set up for the next adventure. And that's going to be a doozy. Still, it's a fun set up--at a theme park, with plenty of cry...

    Mon avis en Français My English review I really like this series and I was eager to discover another of the novels. Besides, I was very happy to see that we were once again following Antimony because I loved having her as the main character in the previous volume. And then afte...

    Loving Antimony's voice in this one. ...

    This series has always been hit or miss for me. It's probably because each book takes place in a different setting with new side characters even if the main characters are the same. Each book can have a totally different vibe depending on those things. I loved the last book along with ...

  • Holly Hand Grenade
    Mar 11, 2018

    Thanks to Netgalley and Berkley for providing me with an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review. Seanan McGuire is one of my favorite authors. Seriously, she's on my auto-buy list. I love the worlds and characters she creates. Incryptid is one of those worlds, and I strug...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.  The thing I really like about Seanan McGuire is - she is different. ?...

    Temporary rating to help counteract the guy who decided to rate this one star before anybody's read it. I hate it when people do that. Rating to be revised when I *have* read it. ...

    It's cryptozoology time at BB&B. Originally I rated this 4 stars but the more I thought about it the more I realized that it doesn't deserve it. Don't get me wrong, it's a good book but it's mostly a filler. It sets things for what's to come but the only really relevant chapters...

    3.5 stars I love the Incryptid series, the crazy Price family and the huge variety of weird and wonderful creatures (particularly the Aeslin mice!) are just so much fun to read about so of course I was excited to read Tricks for Free even though Antimony is actually my least favouri...

    Antimony, Annie, Price is on the run hiding from her enemies and her family. If she went to her family the Covenant could use her magical signature to find them. Her only chance. Find a massively populated area and hope it masks her magic. What better place then one of the happiest pla...

    I picked up this paperback in the store on the day it was released, but it took me a few days to get around to reading it. I went in knowing that the Aeslin mice really didn?t feature in it (Sam takes them to the airport and they head for home). Would the magic still be there without...

    Still didn't like Antimony, her personality was boring and her martyr like attitude grated on me, she couldn't go a page without being smug or judgmental or a know it all or without looking down on people. Her worst qualities though were her bitterness and the huge chip she had on her ...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy TRICKS FOR FREE, the seventh book in the InCryptid series continues this series' trend of high adventure, exciting storylines, and unique worldbuilding. I am constantly impressed how each book comes off as fresh and full of thrilling plots...

    *Source* Publisher *Genre* Fantasy, Paranormal *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Tricks for Free, by author Seanan McGuire, is the seventh book in the InCryptid urban fantasy series. The series features the Price family, an eccentric group of cryptozoologists who safeguard the world of m...

    I like Annie, but not too much happens in this book. Yes, there's a conflict set up and resolved, and characters introduced (or reintroduced), but it's mostly set up for the next adventure. And that's going to be a doozy. Still, it's a fun set up--at a theme park, with plenty of cry...

    Mon avis en Français My English review I really like this series and I was eager to discover another of the novels. Besides, I was very happy to see that we were once again following Antimony because I loved having her as the main character in the previous volume. And then afte...

    Loving Antimony's voice in this one. ...

    This series has always been hit or miss for me. It's probably because each book takes place in a different setting with new side characters even if the main characters are the same. Each book can have a totally different vibe depending on those things. I loved the last book along with ...

    Not only did I enjoy this book on its own merits, it's a really excellent follow-up from the previous book...and largely for the same reason: the story of a woman who, separated from the only family she's ever known, begins to build one of her own. Though nothing about Antimony's s...

    Much as I love Antimony, Tricks for Free is one of the weaker InCryptid installments. It's stricken with seventh book syndrome, if that were a thing, but it's totally not. Seriously, though, the issues here are reminiscent of "second book syndrome," in that the plot's a bit lacking and...

    Tricks for Free is the seventh entry in the InCryptid series and one of my favorites, in spite of the novel?s lack of Aeslin mice. (Aeslin Mice fans, take heart! Included with this novel is the account of Mindy and Mork?s perilous journey back to the Price compound, following Annie...

    Antimony Price is best Price :D Coming off the heels of her disastrous mission, Antimony is hiding out at Lowry Land. However, where Prices go, trouble always follows, and there are some strange things happening at the park... like death and destruction! I really enjoy seeing Antimony ...

    This is the seventh book in the InCryptid series a was a wonderful continuation of the InCryptid series. This book continues to follow Antimony Price and her adventures. While Antimony isn't my favorite character follow in this series, I did think this was the best book about her ye...

    ?Thanks for the vote of murder-confidence,? I said. She flashed me a bright, toothy smile. ?I always have faith in you when it comes to murder.? So, I'm in Antimony's corner now. All in. I started out being annoyed with her all the time because she's the little sister and, ...

  • Wanda
    Mar 13, 2018

    Thanks to Netgalley and Berkley for providing me with an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review. Seanan McGuire is one of my favorite authors. Seriously, she's on my auto-buy list. I love the worlds and characters she creates. Incryptid is one of those worlds, and I strug...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.  The thing I really like about Seanan McGuire is - she is different. ?...

    Temporary rating to help counteract the guy who decided to rate this one star before anybody's read it. I hate it when people do that. Rating to be revised when I *have* read it. ...

    It's cryptozoology time at BB&B. Originally I rated this 4 stars but the more I thought about it the more I realized that it doesn't deserve it. Don't get me wrong, it's a good book but it's mostly a filler. It sets things for what's to come but the only really relevant chapters...

    3.5 stars I love the Incryptid series, the crazy Price family and the huge variety of weird and wonderful creatures (particularly the Aeslin mice!) are just so much fun to read about so of course I was excited to read Tricks for Free even though Antimony is actually my least favouri...

    Antimony, Annie, Price is on the run hiding from her enemies and her family. If she went to her family the Covenant could use her magical signature to find them. Her only chance. Find a massively populated area and hope it masks her magic. What better place then one of the happiest pla...

    I picked up this paperback in the store on the day it was released, but it took me a few days to get around to reading it. I went in knowing that the Aeslin mice really didn?t feature in it (Sam takes them to the airport and they head for home). Would the magic still be there without...

  • Monica
    Apr 22, 2018

    Thanks to Netgalley and Berkley for providing me with an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review. Seanan McGuire is one of my favorite authors. Seriously, she's on my auto-buy list. I love the worlds and characters she creates. Incryptid is one of those worlds, and I strug...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.  The thing I really like about Seanan McGuire is - she is different. ?...

    Temporary rating to help counteract the guy who decided to rate this one star before anybody's read it. I hate it when people do that. Rating to be revised when I *have* read it. ...

    It's cryptozoology time at BB&B. Originally I rated this 4 stars but the more I thought about it the more I realized that it doesn't deserve it. Don't get me wrong, it's a good book but it's mostly a filler. It sets things for what's to come but the only really relevant chapters...

    3.5 stars I love the Incryptid series, the crazy Price family and the huge variety of weird and wonderful creatures (particularly the Aeslin mice!) are just so much fun to read about so of course I was excited to read Tricks for Free even though Antimony is actually my least favouri...

    Antimony, Annie, Price is on the run hiding from her enemies and her family. If she went to her family the Covenant could use her magical signature to find them. Her only chance. Find a massively populated area and hope it masks her magic. What better place then one of the happiest pla...

    I picked up this paperback in the store on the day it was released, but it took me a few days to get around to reading it. I went in knowing that the Aeslin mice really didn?t feature in it (Sam takes them to the airport and they head for home). Would the magic still be there without...

    Still didn't like Antimony, her personality was boring and her martyr like attitude grated on me, she couldn't go a page without being smug or judgmental or a know it all or without looking down on people. Her worst qualities though were her bitterness and the huge chip she had on her ...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy TRICKS FOR FREE, the seventh book in the InCryptid series continues this series' trend of high adventure, exciting storylines, and unique worldbuilding. I am constantly impressed how each book comes off as fresh and full of thrilling plots...

    *Source* Publisher *Genre* Fantasy, Paranormal *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Tricks for Free, by author Seanan McGuire, is the seventh book in the InCryptid urban fantasy series. The series features the Price family, an eccentric group of cryptozoologists who safeguard the world of m...

    I like Annie, but not too much happens in this book. Yes, there's a conflict set up and resolved, and characters introduced (or reintroduced), but it's mostly set up for the next adventure. And that's going to be a doozy. Still, it's a fun set up--at a theme park, with plenty of cry...

    Mon avis en Français My English review I really like this series and I was eager to discover another of the novels. Besides, I was very happy to see that we were once again following Antimony because I loved having her as the main character in the previous volume. And then afte...

    Loving Antimony's voice in this one. ...

    This series has always been hit or miss for me. It's probably because each book takes place in a different setting with new side characters even if the main characters are the same. Each book can have a totally different vibe depending on those things. I loved the last book along with ...

    Not only did I enjoy this book on its own merits, it's a really excellent follow-up from the previous book...and largely for the same reason: the story of a woman who, separated from the only family she's ever known, begins to build one of her own. Though nothing about Antimony's s...

    Much as I love Antimony, Tricks for Free is one of the weaker InCryptid installments. It's stricken with seventh book syndrome, if that were a thing, but it's totally not. Seriously, though, the issues here are reminiscent of "second book syndrome," in that the plot's a bit lacking and...

    Tricks for Free is the seventh entry in the InCryptid series and one of my favorites, in spite of the novel?s lack of Aeslin mice. (Aeslin Mice fans, take heart! Included with this novel is the account of Mindy and Mork?s perilous journey back to the Price compound, following Annie...

    Antimony Price is best Price :D Coming off the heels of her disastrous mission, Antimony is hiding out at Lowry Land. However, where Prices go, trouble always follows, and there are some strange things happening at the park... like death and destruction! I really enjoy seeing Antimony ...

    This is the seventh book in the InCryptid series a was a wonderful continuation of the InCryptid series. This book continues to follow Antimony Price and her adventures. While Antimony isn't my favorite character follow in this series, I did think this was the best book about her ye...

    ?Thanks for the vote of murder-confidence,? I said. She flashed me a bright, toothy smile. ?I always have faith in you when it comes to murder.? So, I'm in Antimony's corner now. All in. I started out being annoyed with her all the time because she's the little sister and, ...

    Sometimes I have a stack of books by authors I've never read, and one book that's sure to be excellent. Save Excellent for last, it hides the taste of all the other disappointments. Annie is on the run from her family, because really she is on the run from Big Evil, AKA the Coven...

    Designing a century-old media empire, so that it can populate a theme park, within which to set a series of murders, is the most Seanan McGuire thing to-date. Also, CROSSROADS? GHOSTS? MURDER? LUCK? I LOVE THIS? ...

    4.5 stars. I Love Seanan McGuire. She is one of my favorite authors. That being said this was not my favorite of all her incryptid books but still an excellent story. Love this series and I enjoyed the short story at the end. I'm glad she included it because I really missed the mice in...

  • Steven
    Jan 17, 2018

    Thanks to Netgalley and Berkley for providing me with an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review. Seanan McGuire is one of my favorite authors. Seriously, she's on my auto-buy list. I love the worlds and characters she creates. Incryptid is one of those worlds, and I strug...

  • Robin (Bridge Four)
    Mar 05, 2018

    Thanks to Netgalley and Berkley for providing me with an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review. Seanan McGuire is one of my favorite authors. Seriously, she's on my auto-buy list. I love the worlds and characters she creates. Incryptid is one of those worlds, and I strug...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.  The thing I really like about Seanan McGuire is - she is different. ?...

  • Maria Dimitrova
    Mar 09, 2018

    Thanks to Netgalley and Berkley for providing me with an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review. Seanan McGuire is one of my favorite authors. Seriously, she's on my auto-buy list. I love the worlds and characters she creates. Incryptid is one of those worlds, and I strug...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.  The thing I really like about Seanan McGuire is - she is different. ?...

    Temporary rating to help counteract the guy who decided to rate this one star before anybody's read it. I hate it when people do that. Rating to be revised when I *have* read it. ...

    It's cryptozoology time at BB&B. Originally I rated this 4 stars but the more I thought about it the more I realized that it doesn't deserve it. Don't get me wrong, it's a good book but it's mostly a filler. It sets things for what's to come but the only really relevant chapters...

  • Sylvia McIvers
    Jul 03, 2018

    Thanks to Netgalley and Berkley for providing me with an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review. Seanan McGuire is one of my favorite authors. Seriously, she's on my auto-buy list. I love the worlds and characters she creates. Incryptid is one of those worlds, and I strug...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.  The thing I really like about Seanan McGuire is - she is different. ?...

    Temporary rating to help counteract the guy who decided to rate this one star before anybody's read it. I hate it when people do that. Rating to be revised when I *have* read it. ...

    It's cryptozoology time at BB&B. Originally I rated this 4 stars but the more I thought about it the more I realized that it doesn't deserve it. Don't get me wrong, it's a good book but it's mostly a filler. It sets things for what's to come but the only really relevant chapters...

    3.5 stars I love the Incryptid series, the crazy Price family and the huge variety of weird and wonderful creatures (particularly the Aeslin mice!) are just so much fun to read about so of course I was excited to read Tricks for Free even though Antimony is actually my least favouri...

    Antimony, Annie, Price is on the run hiding from her enemies and her family. If she went to her family the Covenant could use her magical signature to find them. Her only chance. Find a massively populated area and hope it masks her magic. What better place then one of the happiest pla...

    I picked up this paperback in the store on the day it was released, but it took me a few days to get around to reading it. I went in knowing that the Aeslin mice really didn?t feature in it (Sam takes them to the airport and they head for home). Would the magic still be there without...

    Still didn't like Antimony, her personality was boring and her martyr like attitude grated on me, she couldn't go a page without being smug or judgmental or a know it all or without looking down on people. Her worst qualities though were her bitterness and the huge chip she had on her ...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy TRICKS FOR FREE, the seventh book in the InCryptid series continues this series' trend of high adventure, exciting storylines, and unique worldbuilding. I am constantly impressed how each book comes off as fresh and full of thrilling plots...

    *Source* Publisher *Genre* Fantasy, Paranormal *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Tricks for Free, by author Seanan McGuire, is the seventh book in the InCryptid urban fantasy series. The series features the Price family, an eccentric group of cryptozoologists who safeguard the world of m...

    I like Annie, but not too much happens in this book. Yes, there's a conflict set up and resolved, and characters introduced (or reintroduced), but it's mostly set up for the next adventure. And that's going to be a doozy. Still, it's a fun set up--at a theme park, with plenty of cry...

    Mon avis en Français My English review I really like this series and I was eager to discover another of the novels. Besides, I was very happy to see that we were once again following Antimony because I loved having her as the main character in the previous volume. And then afte...

    Loving Antimony's voice in this one. ...

    This series has always been hit or miss for me. It's probably because each book takes place in a different setting with new side characters even if the main characters are the same. Each book can have a totally different vibe depending on those things. I loved the last book along with ...

    Not only did I enjoy this book on its own merits, it's a really excellent follow-up from the previous book...and largely for the same reason: the story of a woman who, separated from the only family she's ever known, begins to build one of her own. Though nothing about Antimony's s...

    Much as I love Antimony, Tricks for Free is one of the weaker InCryptid installments. It's stricken with seventh book syndrome, if that were a thing, but it's totally not. Seriously, though, the issues here are reminiscent of "second book syndrome," in that the plot's a bit lacking and...

    Tricks for Free is the seventh entry in the InCryptid series and one of my favorites, in spite of the novel?s lack of Aeslin mice. (Aeslin Mice fans, take heart! Included with this novel is the account of Mindy and Mork?s perilous journey back to the Price compound, following Annie...

    Antimony Price is best Price :D Coming off the heels of her disastrous mission, Antimony is hiding out at Lowry Land. However, where Prices go, trouble always follows, and there are some strange things happening at the park... like death and destruction! I really enjoy seeing Antimony ...

    This is the seventh book in the InCryptid series a was a wonderful continuation of the InCryptid series. This book continues to follow Antimony Price and her adventures. While Antimony isn't my favorite character follow in this series, I did think this was the best book about her ye...

    ?Thanks for the vote of murder-confidence,? I said. She flashed me a bright, toothy smile. ?I always have faith in you when it comes to murder.? So, I'm in Antimony's corner now. All in. I started out being annoyed with her all the time because she's the little sister and, ...

    Sometimes I have a stack of books by authors I've never read, and one book that's sure to be excellent. Save Excellent for last, it hides the taste of all the other disappointments. Annie is on the run from her family, because really she is on the run from Big Evil, AKA the Coven...

  • Maggie Gordon
    May 14, 2018

    Thanks to Netgalley and Berkley for providing me with an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review. Seanan McGuire is one of my favorite authors. Seriously, she's on my auto-buy list. I love the worlds and characters she creates. Incryptid is one of those worlds, and I strug...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.  The thing I really like about Seanan McGuire is - she is different. ?...

    Temporary rating to help counteract the guy who decided to rate this one star before anybody's read it. I hate it when people do that. Rating to be revised when I *have* read it. ...

    It's cryptozoology time at BB&B. Originally I rated this 4 stars but the more I thought about it the more I realized that it doesn't deserve it. Don't get me wrong, it's a good book but it's mostly a filler. It sets things for what's to come but the only really relevant chapters...

    3.5 stars I love the Incryptid series, the crazy Price family and the huge variety of weird and wonderful creatures (particularly the Aeslin mice!) are just so much fun to read about so of course I was excited to read Tricks for Free even though Antimony is actually my least favouri...

    Antimony, Annie, Price is on the run hiding from her enemies and her family. If she went to her family the Covenant could use her magical signature to find them. Her only chance. Find a massively populated area and hope it masks her magic. What better place then one of the happiest pla...

    I picked up this paperback in the store on the day it was released, but it took me a few days to get around to reading it. I went in knowing that the Aeslin mice really didn?t feature in it (Sam takes them to the airport and they head for home). Would the magic still be there without...

    Still didn't like Antimony, her personality was boring and her martyr like attitude grated on me, she couldn't go a page without being smug or judgmental or a know it all or without looking down on people. Her worst qualities though were her bitterness and the huge chip she had on her ...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy TRICKS FOR FREE, the seventh book in the InCryptid series continues this series' trend of high adventure, exciting storylines, and unique worldbuilding. I am constantly impressed how each book comes off as fresh and full of thrilling plots...

    *Source* Publisher *Genre* Fantasy, Paranormal *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Tricks for Free, by author Seanan McGuire, is the seventh book in the InCryptid urban fantasy series. The series features the Price family, an eccentric group of cryptozoologists who safeguard the world of m...

    I like Annie, but not too much happens in this book. Yes, there's a conflict set up and resolved, and characters introduced (or reintroduced), but it's mostly set up for the next adventure. And that's going to be a doozy. Still, it's a fun set up--at a theme park, with plenty of cry...

    Mon avis en Français My English review I really like this series and I was eager to discover another of the novels. Besides, I was very happy to see that we were once again following Antimony because I loved having her as the main character in the previous volume. And then afte...

    Loving Antimony's voice in this one. ...

    This series has always been hit or miss for me. It's probably because each book takes place in a different setting with new side characters even if the main characters are the same. Each book can have a totally different vibe depending on those things. I loved the last book along with ...

    Not only did I enjoy this book on its own merits, it's a really excellent follow-up from the previous book...and largely for the same reason: the story of a woman who, separated from the only family she's ever known, begins to build one of her own. Though nothing about Antimony's s...

    Much as I love Antimony, Tricks for Free is one of the weaker InCryptid installments. It's stricken with seventh book syndrome, if that were a thing, but it's totally not. Seriously, though, the issues here are reminiscent of "second book syndrome," in that the plot's a bit lacking and...

    Tricks for Free is the seventh entry in the InCryptid series and one of my favorites, in spite of the novel?s lack of Aeslin mice. (Aeslin Mice fans, take heart! Included with this novel is the account of Mindy and Mork?s perilous journey back to the Price compound, following Annie...

    Antimony Price is best Price :D Coming off the heels of her disastrous mission, Antimony is hiding out at Lowry Land. However, where Prices go, trouble always follows, and there are some strange things happening at the park... like death and destruction! I really enjoy seeing Antimony ...

  • Cass
    Mar 21, 2018

    Thanks to Netgalley and Berkley for providing me with an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review. Seanan McGuire is one of my favorite authors. Seriously, she's on my auto-buy list. I love the worlds and characters she creates. Incryptid is one of those worlds, and I strug...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.  The thing I really like about Seanan McGuire is - she is different. ?...

    Temporary rating to help counteract the guy who decided to rate this one star before anybody's read it. I hate it when people do that. Rating to be revised when I *have* read it. ...

    It's cryptozoology time at BB&B. Originally I rated this 4 stars but the more I thought about it the more I realized that it doesn't deserve it. Don't get me wrong, it's a good book but it's mostly a filler. It sets things for what's to come but the only really relevant chapters...

    3.5 stars I love the Incryptid series, the crazy Price family and the huge variety of weird and wonderful creatures (particularly the Aeslin mice!) are just so much fun to read about so of course I was excited to read Tricks for Free even though Antimony is actually my least favouri...

    Antimony, Annie, Price is on the run hiding from her enemies and her family. If she went to her family the Covenant could use her magical signature to find them. Her only chance. Find a massively populated area and hope it masks her magic. What better place then one of the happiest pla...

    I picked up this paperback in the store on the day it was released, but it took me a few days to get around to reading it. I went in knowing that the Aeslin mice really didn?t feature in it (Sam takes them to the airport and they head for home). Would the magic still be there without...

    Still didn't like Antimony, her personality was boring and her martyr like attitude grated on me, she couldn't go a page without being smug or judgmental or a know it all or without looking down on people. Her worst qualities though were her bitterness and the huge chip she had on her ...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy TRICKS FOR FREE, the seventh book in the InCryptid series continues this series' trend of high adventure, exciting storylines, and unique worldbuilding. I am constantly impressed how each book comes off as fresh and full of thrilling plots...

    *Source* Publisher *Genre* Fantasy, Paranormal *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Tricks for Free, by author Seanan McGuire, is the seventh book in the InCryptid urban fantasy series. The series features the Price family, an eccentric group of cryptozoologists who safeguard the world of m...

    I like Annie, but not too much happens in this book. Yes, there's a conflict set up and resolved, and characters introduced (or reintroduced), but it's mostly set up for the next adventure. And that's going to be a doozy. Still, it's a fun set up--at a theme park, with plenty of cry...

    Mon avis en Français My English review I really like this series and I was eager to discover another of the novels. Besides, I was very happy to see that we were once again following Antimony because I loved having her as the main character in the previous volume. And then afte...

    Loving Antimony's voice in this one. ...

    This series has always been hit or miss for me. It's probably because each book takes place in a different setting with new side characters even if the main characters are the same. Each book can have a totally different vibe depending on those things. I loved the last book along with ...

    Not only did I enjoy this book on its own merits, it's a really excellent follow-up from the previous book...and largely for the same reason: the story of a woman who, separated from the only family she's ever known, begins to build one of her own. Though nothing about Antimony's s...

    Much as I love Antimony, Tricks for Free is one of the weaker InCryptid installments. It's stricken with seventh book syndrome, if that were a thing, but it's totally not. Seriously, though, the issues here are reminiscent of "second book syndrome," in that the plot's a bit lacking and...

    Tricks for Free is the seventh entry in the InCryptid series and one of my favorites, in spite of the novel?s lack of Aeslin mice. (Aeslin Mice fans, take heart! Included with this novel is the account of Mindy and Mork?s perilous journey back to the Price compound, following Annie...

    Antimony Price is best Price :D Coming off the heels of her disastrous mission, Antimony is hiding out at Lowry Land. However, where Prices go, trouble always follows, and there are some strange things happening at the park... like death and destruction! I really enjoy seeing Antimony ...

    This is the seventh book in the InCryptid series a was a wonderful continuation of the InCryptid series. This book continues to follow Antimony Price and her adventures. While Antimony isn't my favorite character follow in this series, I did think this was the best book about her ye...

    ?Thanks for the vote of murder-confidence,? I said. She flashed me a bright, toothy smile. ?I always have faith in you when it comes to murder.? So, I'm in Antimony's corner now. All in. I started out being annoyed with her all the time because she's the little sister and, ...

    Sometimes I have a stack of books by authors I've never read, and one book that's sure to be excellent. Save Excellent for last, it hides the taste of all the other disappointments. Annie is on the run from her family, because really she is on the run from Big Evil, AKA the Coven...

    Designing a century-old media empire, so that it can populate a theme park, within which to set a series of murders, is the most Seanan McGuire thing to-date. Also, CROSSROADS? GHOSTS? MURDER? LUCK? I LOVE THIS? ...

    4.5 stars. I Love Seanan McGuire. She is one of my favorite authors. That being said this was not my favorite of all her incryptid books but still an excellent story. Love this series and I enjoyed the short story at the end. I'm glad she included it because I really missed the mice in...

    3.75 stars? I guess that sounds like I am splitting hairs. I can't help it when reading in a series by one of my favorite authors; I inevitably compare the book to how much I enjoyed others in the same series. I anticipated Antimony's book(s) since reading the first InCryptid novel...

    This is my favorite in the series so far. It may be because I joined roller derby recently and any references to it make me gleeful. ...

    4,5/5 ...

  • Carysa Locke
    Apr 03, 2018

    Thanks to Netgalley and Berkley for providing me with an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review. Seanan McGuire is one of my favorite authors. Seriously, she's on my auto-buy list. I love the worlds and characters she creates. Incryptid is one of those worlds, and I strug...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.  The thing I really like about Seanan McGuire is - she is different. ?...

    Temporary rating to help counteract the guy who decided to rate this one star before anybody's read it. I hate it when people do that. Rating to be revised when I *have* read it. ...

    It's cryptozoology time at BB&B. Originally I rated this 4 stars but the more I thought about it the more I realized that it doesn't deserve it. Don't get me wrong, it's a good book but it's mostly a filler. It sets things for what's to come but the only really relevant chapters...

    3.5 stars I love the Incryptid series, the crazy Price family and the huge variety of weird and wonderful creatures (particularly the Aeslin mice!) are just so much fun to read about so of course I was excited to read Tricks for Free even though Antimony is actually my least favouri...

    Antimony, Annie, Price is on the run hiding from her enemies and her family. If she went to her family the Covenant could use her magical signature to find them. Her only chance. Find a massively populated area and hope it masks her magic. What better place then one of the happiest pla...

    I picked up this paperback in the store on the day it was released, but it took me a few days to get around to reading it. I went in knowing that the Aeslin mice really didn?t feature in it (Sam takes them to the airport and they head for home). Would the magic still be there without...

    Still didn't like Antimony, her personality was boring and her martyr like attitude grated on me, she couldn't go a page without being smug or judgmental or a know it all or without looking down on people. Her worst qualities though were her bitterness and the huge chip she had on her ...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy TRICKS FOR FREE, the seventh book in the InCryptid series continues this series' trend of high adventure, exciting storylines, and unique worldbuilding. I am constantly impressed how each book comes off as fresh and full of thrilling plots...

    *Source* Publisher *Genre* Fantasy, Paranormal *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Tricks for Free, by author Seanan McGuire, is the seventh book in the InCryptid urban fantasy series. The series features the Price family, an eccentric group of cryptozoologists who safeguard the world of m...

    I like Annie, but not too much happens in this book. Yes, there's a conflict set up and resolved, and characters introduced (or reintroduced), but it's mostly set up for the next adventure. And that's going to be a doozy. Still, it's a fun set up--at a theme park, with plenty of cry...

    Mon avis en Français My English review I really like this series and I was eager to discover another of the novels. Besides, I was very happy to see that we were once again following Antimony because I loved having her as the main character in the previous volume. And then afte...

    Loving Antimony's voice in this one. ...

    This series has always been hit or miss for me. It's probably because each book takes place in a different setting with new side characters even if the main characters are the same. Each book can have a totally different vibe depending on those things. I loved the last book along with ...

    Not only did I enjoy this book on its own merits, it's a really excellent follow-up from the previous book...and largely for the same reason: the story of a woman who, separated from the only family she's ever known, begins to build one of her own. Though nothing about Antimony's s...

    Much as I love Antimony, Tricks for Free is one of the weaker InCryptid installments. It's stricken with seventh book syndrome, if that were a thing, but it's totally not. Seriously, though, the issues here are reminiscent of "second book syndrome," in that the plot's a bit lacking and...

    Tricks for Free is the seventh entry in the InCryptid series and one of my favorites, in spite of the novel?s lack of Aeslin mice. (Aeslin Mice fans, take heart! Included with this novel is the account of Mindy and Mork?s perilous journey back to the Price compound, following Annie...

    Antimony Price is best Price :D Coming off the heels of her disastrous mission, Antimony is hiding out at Lowry Land. However, where Prices go, trouble always follows, and there are some strange things happening at the park... like death and destruction! I really enjoy seeing Antimony ...

    This is the seventh book in the InCryptid series a was a wonderful continuation of the InCryptid series. This book continues to follow Antimony Price and her adventures. While Antimony isn't my favorite character follow in this series, I did think this was the best book about her ye...

    ?Thanks for the vote of murder-confidence,? I said. She flashed me a bright, toothy smile. ?I always have faith in you when it comes to murder.? So, I'm in Antimony's corner now. All in. I started out being annoyed with her all the time because she's the little sister and, ...

    Sometimes I have a stack of books by authors I've never read, and one book that's sure to be excellent. Save Excellent for last, it hides the taste of all the other disappointments. Annie is on the run from her family, because really she is on the run from Big Evil, AKA the Coven...

    Designing a century-old media empire, so that it can populate a theme park, within which to set a series of murders, is the most Seanan McGuire thing to-date. Also, CROSSROADS? GHOSTS? MURDER? LUCK? I LOVE THIS? ...

    4.5 stars. I Love Seanan McGuire. She is one of my favorite authors. That being said this was not my favorite of all her incryptid books but still an excellent story. Love this series and I enjoyed the short story at the end. I'm glad she included it because I really missed the mice in...

    3.75 stars? I guess that sounds like I am splitting hairs. I can't help it when reading in a series by one of my favorite authors; I inevitably compare the book to how much I enjoyed others in the same series. I anticipated Antimony's book(s) since reading the first InCryptid novel...