The Jonathan Shade series continues with books 4-6: The Complete Time Travel Trilogy
Anubis Nights (Book 4)
Hunting a dead sorcerer in ancient Egypt
Sharon shows up with a time god named Chronos, and they send me back to ancient Egypt to stop a dead sorcerer named Henry Winslow from getting the Emerald Tablets of Thoth.
No big deal, right? If I can't stop him, the world I know will only be wiped from the sands of time.
For his murder....
Sunset Specters (Book 5)
Magic and murder in the Barbary Coast
Chasing a sorcerer through time sucks. Kelly and I find ourselves in 1877 hunting Henry Winslow in San Francisco's Barbary Coast.
That place is crazy. It's filled with gangs, crimps, thieves, cutthroats, prostitutes, magic, and a supernatural threat.
One thing is certain, we're not getting out of here alive.
Wizard’s Nocturne (Book 6)
A murder in layered time
I'm not a fan of time travel. Especially when it's of the slow variety.
So I find myself in New York City in the roaring 20s where flappers dance to jazz, you can't get a legal drink, and secret societies kill each other for magical dominance.
One cool thing is that I get to meet Esther as a living, breathing woman, but what's not so cool is that my presence could lead to her death.
I have to stop Henry Winslow, who is now at his most powerful, and I have two obstacles who just stepped out of the sands of time: Kelly Chan and her colleague, Jonathan Shade.
Gary Jonas is a relatively new author to me as is the narrator Joe Hempel. This is a genre that I would not normally read. Having said that I actually enjoyed these books. The narrator certainly did a credible job with the narration of unique and interesting stories.
The characters were interesting and I found myself embroiled in the mystery, the magic and the supernatural elements involved in all the stories.