Invisible Prison

Invisible Prison Magic is the last gift Alex Noziak wants but she must embrace it to gain her freedom Alex Noziak part witch part shaman is dumped into the middle of four hostile non human females and expected to tr

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  • Title: Invisible Prison
  • Author: Mary Buckham
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 468
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Magic is the last gift Alex Noziak wants but she must embrace it to gain her freedom.Alex Noziak, part witch, part shaman is dumped into the middle of four hostile non human females and expected to train as a team to protect humans from preternatural threats Prison never looked so good in comparison.

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    1. Alex rocks. Like seriously rocks. Alex has some incredibly amusing thought processes that really made me laugh. She’s got a hell of an attitude, and comes out with some pretty witty quips. She’s strong, with a multitude of weaknesses – first and foremost? She doesn’t want to use her magic… unfortunately she’s being forced to, as she tried to protect and fight off the threats surrounds her. The characterisation developed in this novella is a hell of a set up for the rest of the Invisi [...]

    2. Invisible Prison isn't my favorite genre--so why did I read it twice?First, the magic was superbly handled. (As a professional psychic, I'm sometimes disappointed by good books that mess up the magic. But everything here worked for me, and I loved her background as the child of a witch and a shaman.) And then there's the pacing. This story kept me reading without giving me "reader's whiplash". There was something of interest page after page, and it left me eager for the next book in the series.

    3. Creative New Author For MeImaginative and fun take on the supernatural by an exquisite writer. Superb character development, exciting action, powerful spells and forces to be reckoned with, had me read this novella in one sitting. The author, Mary Buckham, knows how to get a reader's attention, hold it and leaves the reader satisfied with the conclusion. Clever remarks make you laugh out loud and are used as tension relief, throughout. The highly entertaining storyline makes for a refreshing rea [...]

    4. Absolutely brilliant. A must read for anyone that enjoys a book about witches, faes, Weres. and demons. I purchased this late in the night and woke up in the wee hours of the morning to finish it. Alex Noziak is absolutely one of the strongest lead female characters I've read in a while. I can't wait to crack open another one of Mary Buckhams books!!

    5. Invisible Prison was my first book by Mary Buckham, but it certainly won't be my last. This novella is a great adventure filled with magic, a kick-ass heroine, a sexy and mysterious "Mercenary Guy" type male lead, lots of action/adventure and the formation of a top-secret group of non-humans whose purpose will be revealed in Buckham's acclaimed "Invisible Recruits" series. I like the way this woman writes: Fast, witty, action-packed and laced with magic. I can't wait to read the next book in the [...]

    6. What an action packed thrill ride that Mary Buckham takes us on with Invisible Prison. Alex is a character you instantly like and you most certainly want her on your team in any battle! This novella is so fast-paced that you are turning the pages with your heart in your chest the entire time. When you hit the end, you will demand the next book!

    7. I absolutely loved this book. It kept me wanting more. I wish that Been-There would've survived and gone with Alex though, but that's me, always pulling for the under dog :D Can't wait to read more of Mary's Invisible Series.

    8. I downloaded Invisible Prison as a free book from Wow, I was really impressed with the character development and plot of this novella-- the writer accomplished her goal, I am now interested in anything else she's written. A great read!

    9. Pretty enjoyable. Clearly, this novella is setting up a series, and I'll be reading the series (when I can get my queue down to a manageable level.

    10. This is not a romance story nor is it a scary story. Invisible Prison is a novella that introduces a new series called the Invisible Recruit series. This book has magic, fighting and many different supernatural or non-humans as they are called in this book. There is a lot of action as well as a little mystery added in. After reading this novella I am really looking forward to reading the rest of the series.Alex is given an option to serve life in prison or serve for a year as an Invisible Recrui [...]

    11. One word of advice this is highly addictive. I’ve discovered Mary Buckham with “Invisible Journey”, when I volunteered to be one of the beta readers for the fourth book in her “Invisible Recruits Series”. I’ve had “Invisible Prison” on my Kindle for a while but it was on my TBR (to be read) list and I figured I’d get to it when I’d get to it. But, after being involved in “Invisible Journey”, I told myself I had to start because I was curious to see if I would love it as m [...]

    12. Invisible Prison introduce Alex Noziak, a like-able young woman in a difficult situation. Part witch and part shaman, Alex is faced with a choice: serve a life-sentence in prison or serve a year in the service of a secret agency that claims to want to keep the secret of non-humans (witches, weres, etc.)while keeping enforcing the balance between them and the non-magic humans. Of course, just like Alex, you have to wonder what a year of service involves that makes it worth commuting a life senten [...]

    13. This book have greatly improved my american slang vocaboulary. I learned *several* very colorful way of saying like "dog-and-pony show" "beeswax" "casino-owner" "kudos", and a lot of racist and other *bad* words that might be useful if I ever go to america (just to understand if I'm being insulted or complimented) but I won't repeat those here. So if you're not born in usa keep an open browser on the urbandictionary website so to have a fresh translation. A part from that it's a quite funny stor [...]

    14. Terrific novella. Alex Noziak, American Indian, part-witch, part-shaman kicks butt for a newly formed government agency.I loved this book! Could not put it down, and urban fantasy is not generally my favorite read. Mary Buckham has created fascinating characters who draw you in and don't let go. And once you're hooked, the novella is a lead-in for the upcoming full-length books in her new series.Highly recommended read.

    15. Alex, daughter of a witch and a shaman, sister to 4 shifter brothers, knows she's got power. It's what landed her in jail. And in this prequel to the Invisible Recruits series, she learns that her powers, the same ones that got her in trouble, could actually help the people she's been hired to work for.A fast, well written novella that introduces a new series, Alex is a smart, sassy character that will have me looking to get the rest of the series.

    16. Hello Alex! The heroine is strong, sarcastic and honorable. This action packed novella brings you into the secret recruiting process of the invisible recruits. You get to learn about Alex's past and meet her fellow recruits. Can't wait to learn more about them and their dysfunctional relationships and powers! Oh and give me some more Stone!

    17. I found this book/author by listening to a podcast, done by Hank Garner "Author Stories." Go and listen Then download this story. Invisible Prison is great it is a start to what looks like an awesome series. There is plenty of action while Alex has to bond with her new formed team and discover who is trying to kill her

    18. Who could not love Alex? This book is a quick read and it's one of those books that you hurry to finish but miss it when it's gone. The best part is that there are others. Thanks Mary for another wonderful book.

    19. This was great! You have a little bit of all the supernatural beings mixed together extremely well! Alex is a great lead character! From what I can tell, this is going to be a fascinating series! This novella definitely drew me in, and I can't wait to read more about Alex and her team.

    20. I like action and was looking for something different. I found it. A great action packed story where I was always guessing what was coming next, just like Alex.

    21. Gripping from page to pageI really did enjoy this book kept me on tenterhooks from page to page. I will most certainly be keeping an eye on this author in the future

    22. In this novella we are introduced to Alex Noziak, a half witch/half shaman who is tough, smart and witty. I loved her character - I want more! Even if I did not enjoy the story (which I totally did.nsely!!) I would continue the series just to have more of Alex. Fantastic writing and imagery make this story un-put-downable. I'm saying that's a word, just go with it. If you love urban fantasy and paranormal, this is a story you need to read! I'm looking forward to reading more Invisible Recruits b [...]

    23. Prequel novella for the Invisible Recruit series by Mary Buchan. Witches, were, shifter world. Engaging, interesting, powerful, and entertaining. I really enjoyed this series start and look forward to the reading the next one.I found it compelling that in the Team Building exercise that real problems and solutions were dealt with as well as leadership concepts. This author either did some extensive research or has been through this type of workshop. Very nicely done.

    24. I wanted to love this, but it was just okay. The writing was excellent especially for a book that was self published. That aspect of the this blew me away. The world building was interesting, but since this was a novella, it only introduced the basics. The main reason I gave this 3 stars was because there wasn't depth to the characters. I didn't get attached to any of them either. For me to want to read a series, I've got to care about the people in it.

    25. I don't know quite what I expected from this book but it wasn't what I got. This was a totally new slant on paranormal/preternatural.It drew me in from the very first line. The Invisible Recruits training was gripping and I'm really looking forward to following the story.The book was well written and the characters and their dialogue realistic.A really great start to this series.

    26. 4.5I have been wanting to start this series for a long time, never had the focus to do so until now when it was calling to me! At first I was not sure what I was getting into, but then I couldn't stop! I wanted to know more! Mary captures your attention with her skilled writing and always keeps you wondering. Such a fantastic read!

    27. I read this book for 2 days straight. I just finished it last night and it was just amazing. Mary Buckham did a really good work on getting people sucked in. I was on the edge of my seat the entire time I was reading this wonderful book. Thanks to Mary, I think I may have found my new favorite book.

    28. Free download novella, very standard plot involving a covert group of non-humans/magic users gathered to protect normal humans, but the characters are interesting enough and the storyline promising enough I'm going on with the first book in the series.

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