Friday, March 13, 2015

Friday Memes: The Dragon Conspiracy by Lisa Shearin

Happy Friday everybody!
Book Beginnings on Friday is now hosted by Rose City ReaderThe Friday 56 is hosted at Freda's Voice. Check out the links above for the rules and for the posts of the participants each week. Don’t dig for your favorite book, the coolest, the most intellectual. Use the CLOSEST.

This week I am spotlighting The Dragon Conspiracy by Lisa Shearin. This is an urban fantasy story from my TBR mountain. Here is the description:
After solving The Grendel Affair, the agents have another SPI File to investigate...

We’re Supernatural Protection & Investigations, known as SPI. We battle the real monsters of myth and legend, but this Halloween, we’re searching for diamonds…

A gala opening at the Metropolitan Museum of Art has attracted the upper crust of Manhattan—and thieves. A trio of vile harpies attacks the crowd and steals the stars of the exhibition: a colorful cluster of seven cursed diamonds known as the Dragon Eggs.

In the right mage’s hands, each stone can pack a magical wallop. Together they have the power to “cure” the supernaturals of the tristate area—but for many of those vampires and werewolves, that means turning into dust.

I’m Makenna Fraser, a seer for SPI. With the help of my partner, Ian, and the other agents, I have twenty-four hours to prevent total global panic, find the diamonds, and save the supernatural community. No biggie...
I was working, but if this was work, then sign me up for triple overtime.
Friday 56:
Viktor Kain was probably accustomed to getting the same treatment in the form of bowing, scraping, and cringing from his employees. His three men who'd failed to stop those harpies looked like they were ready to start groveling the instant Kain turned his attention from me to them.


  1. Very cool idea for a book. Love the idea of SPI. Click on my name to read mine!

  2. I can see this being very popular with the YA audience. Here's my post:

  3. This sounds like a supernatural James Bond. What fun! I'll definitely have to look for this series.

  4. I like the book's beginning. The story sounds entertaining.
    My Friday post features WHAT WE KEEP.

  5. Easy work is good work though... lol
    Sounds like the 56 has really picked up speed for the story.
    Happy weekend!

  6. This is not my chosen genre, but I enjoyed your snippets.
    Always By Your Side. is my meme this week.


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