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But the world outside the city is like nothing they expected. In St. And back in New York, Viola and Jianyu must defeat a traitor in a city on the verge of chaos. As past and future collide, time is running out to rewrite history—even for a time-traveling thief. Get A Copy. Hardcover , pages. More Details Original Title.

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The Last Magician 2. Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Devil's Thief , please sign up. Is there any romance in this series? It is subtle. Do you need to have read the first one to enjoy this one? Gabiota yes you have to by the way its really good at least i like it. See all 6 questions about The Devil's Thief…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews.

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Sort order. Sep 30, Ashley Nuckles rated it it was amazing. Holy crap.


I have no words. View all 4 comments. This was so long and full of twists, I'm still recovering.

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The characters we know from the first book have grown so much and some of them are even more ruthless than before. I also hate some of them more than before.

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There ar 4. There are new developments which also complicate things, as if the original quest wasn't hard enough. Will these characters ever get to breathe? Esta and Harte are the usual angsty but we stan. The commentary on immigration, gender inequality, racism and discrimination gave me so much pleasure, including how well the historical period and the St. Louis World Fair are described. You can see it in every detail that the author cares about portraying everything as close to reality as possible.

I have very few things to say about this second book that made me like it less than the first one. This was as epic as The Last Magician and I am even more in love with this series, it's ridiculous. But still. The book slumped a bit in the middle and it was hard to get into it at first because there are double the number of povs of TLM and they keep changing non-stop. Another one is for the typos: I can understand this is a very big book, but there were a lot of mistakes.

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In particular for Italian words, which is something that happened in the first book too but not as much as in here. I'm bilingual so I know Italian as well as I know English, and it's always great to read from Viola's pov because of that, but I often find that the Italian words sprinkled in her narrative are in the wrong gender, number or not in the right place in the sentence. It's like the author looked for Italian words on Google translate and the editor didn't even bother to check if those few words were correct. Viola sounds Italian most of the time, but when I see those mistakes it's like my brain switches to seeing her as a modern American who just thinks she knows Italian.

Now I'm in denial because Lisa Maxwell is still writing the third book and we probably won't get it before the middle of next year. View 1 comment.

Oct 15, Beatrice in Bookland rated it it was ok. She would rip apart the world. View all 10 comments. Feb 18, Cesar marked it as to-read. We got a title! And that cover! The Last Magician is full of shock plot twists and dramatic character moments and intense action. The Devils Thief is much quieter and drawn out - I can see why people don't like it as much I also didn't love it quite as much but for me, this was really still a strong second book.

Because it took time to actually delve into the world and characters and build a plot that didn't rely on quick plot twists and dramatic reveals.

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If The Last Magician is a train veering wildly off course and making turns you didn't see coming, then The Devils Thief is rattling toward disaster - you can see it coming, but you have to slowly watch the approach, and brace for impact. I think the time taken to raise and stakes and build tension, in anticipation for a third and probably explosive third book, was a good choice.

Also, this book just has a lot of angst and I love angst. Like, literally nothing goes write for these characters for pages and I literally love pain so it worked for me. Harte and Esta are Including some small specific things in books I love - which I won't mention because of spoilers. I don't really want to say too much about this book as I feel anything I get into even related to character would spoil the end of book one. But I will say - and this ties into my original point, I thought the character development was good.

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All the characters arcs and issues weren't resolved But thats what the final book is for but they all progressed a lot. The final book is one of my most highly anticipated releases of Once he had been her enemy.

Always he had been her equal. Now he was her ally, and she had risked every thing to come back for him. After reading and loving The Last Magician this year, I couldn't have been more excited about getting an arc of the second in the series. Book one ends in quite the cliffhanger, so obviously I was eager and excited to continue with Esta and Harte's incredible adventure. Fantasy lovers will find so much to love about this series.

Lisa Maxwell knows how to pack in the action at a nail biting pace, and plenty of suspenseful, pulse pounding moments. The unpredictable twists are sure to keep you hanging on until the very end, because you know that at some point she's going to deliver a jaw dropper. But the biggest draw for me? The time travel trope. Add magic into that scenario, and I am one happy reader.

This series has all the ingredients for my perfect happy place, but it didn't all come together as well as I was hoping this time around. I was still a solid and enjoyable read for the most part, but I did have some frustrations that took away from my enjoyment. We take off right where we left off at the end of The Last Magician. Esta and Harte have succeeded in their heist at Khafre Hall, and now must make it past the Brink and collect the five artifacts that were sent into safekeeping.

Or at least, that was the plan at the time. But we all know that plans don't seem to work out so well for this pair, and it was never more evident than in this installment. The Ars Arcana book holds power and knowledge that would be cataclysmic if it falls back into the wrong Sundren's hands. Unfortunately, Harte has unwillingly transferred the energy or power inside himself, and this causes some monumental challenges for the pair.

The dark choir merged into a single voice, one that was speaking in a language he should not have recognized but understood nonetheless. A single word that held untold meaning. Jianyu and Viola were not in the forefront of the story in the previous book, but they definitely shared the spotlight here, feeling much less like secondary characters.