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Mirrorfall by Grace McDermott

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Rated 7.04 out of 10 Statistics

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Genre: Fantasy / Supernatural

Audience: Geeks

Updated: Every Few Days

Content Advisory

Occasional Sexual Content

Occasional Coarse Language

Occasional Violence

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Overall Rating: 7.041

Average Rating: 10 (Guests), 7.92 (Members)

Ranking: #18

Rating Count: 11 (5 Guests, 6 members)

1 indicates a weighted rating.

Synopsis

"Guns. Suits. Cookies. Urban fantasy for geeks."

Twenty years ago, Stef Mimosa died, but that’s OK, she got better. Now, she’s a code monkey for hire, doing a bit of hacking on the side. This is fortunate as Dorian Gray is looking for code monkeys to work on an usual code, one that could reunite a monster with the woman he loves.

After things go awry, Stef comes face to face with the man who brought her back from the dead - a man she’s always thought of an angel, which…technically he is.

He recruits her, and shows her the world of magic around her - one filled with freaks, monsters, talking trees, undead mermaids and an entire department who have alarms that go off when their favourite webcomics update, and shows her that even a crazy, scared, directionless geek who relies on the voice in her head can have a place in the world.

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"Suits. Cookies. Guns. (tagline says it all)"

Rating: 9 / 10

This is the first book in the Mirrorverse, a very original and well-founded ‘verse. In this book our asocial little hacker girl Stef (Spyder) is being introduced with the Agency and Solstice, in a rather harsh way. The ending of this book, though very surprising, is just amazing. What happens in between I can’t really say much without spoiling… but trust me when I say it’s rather exciting.

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