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Sometimes a little magic can go a long way… Young heroes and heroines step up to the plate, track down clues and take on challenges, magical or mundane, in this action-packed urban fantasy anthology. Featuring eleven brand new, never before seen urban fantasy stories from bestselling, award-winning authors, Urban Magic will take you on a series of exciting adventures in Sometimes a little magic can go a long way… Young heroes and heroines step up to the plate, track down clues and take on challenges, magical or mundane, in this action-packed urban fantasy anthology. Featuring eleven brand new, never before seen urban fantasy stories from bestselling, award-winning authors, Urban Magic will take you on a series of exciting adventures in worlds full of magic. All proceeds from sales of this anthology will go to the American Library Association Disaster Relief Fund, which helps libraries recover after natural disasters.


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Sometimes a little magic can go a long way… Young heroes and heroines step up to the plate, track down clues and take on challenges, magical or mundane, in this action-packed urban fantasy anthology. Featuring eleven brand new, never before seen urban fantasy stories from bestselling, award-winning authors, Urban Magic will take you on a series of exciting adventures in Sometimes a little magic can go a long way… Young heroes and heroines step up to the plate, track down clues and take on challenges, magical or mundane, in this action-packed urban fantasy anthology. Featuring eleven brand new, never before seen urban fantasy stories from bestselling, award-winning authors, Urban Magic will take you on a series of exciting adventures in worlds full of magic. All proceeds from sales of this anthology will go to the American Library Association Disaster Relief Fund, which helps libraries recover after natural disasters.

30 review for Urban Magic: Hungry, Young & Clever: An Urban Fantasy Anthology

  1. 5 out of 5

    Bonnie Dale Keck

    kindle unlimited, 5 star for orlando and Noah, the rest are unreadable junk liked orlando's and noah's but considering I have been reading since 3, speed reading since 4, every genre 50+ years now, and reviews are my personal experience/opinion, my knowledgeable opinion of the rest is they should not give up their day jobs, and when I said just that on facebook group was told the writers of the collection were friends of a certain {other/unnamed} writer, to which that person said I was being rude kindle unlimited, 5 star for orlando and Noah, the rest are unreadable junk liked orlando's and noah's but considering I have been reading since 3, speed reading since 4, every genre 50+ years now, and reviews are my personal experience/opinion, my knowledgeable opinion of the rest is they should not give up their day jobs, and when I said just that on facebook group was told the writers of the collection were friends of a certain {other/unnamed} writer, to which that person said I was being rude, my response back a question as to how so, readers and especially reviewers are entitled to their own opinions or what were reviews FOR, so therefor his opinion of the friends' writing skills re this collection are irrelanant, totally. I used to read Carr & Anderle, but quit on Carr with her & Anderle's back and forth mixing of Brownstone, which went downhill as did the ones to do with Shay and Alison, then of course mixing those in with Leira ones, but taking away what used to make them actually interesting/readable. Plus the constant typo/other issues, where both seem to have forgotten that fast sequel is nice BUT readibility is MOST important, and although they claim to have ARC/JIT readers, it is woefully obvious that they do not do the task, as *I* as legally blind, yet catch error after error when get them on ku, which means, one PRESUMES, a PROOFED/CHECKED FINISHED e-book...which is NOT the actual case with them.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Veronica

    Over sea, over land It’s been a long wait for this since the last book was published, but it was worth it. So many fights and an evil new enemy, but also new friends and allies are found along the way. Arryn goes through a trial of her own, however not on her own. I greatly enjoy the solid friendships, loyalty, and inherent goodness of the main characters. Another great novel, and I’m looking forward to the next. Hopefully not so a long a wait.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Katinka

    This collection of urban fantasy stories has been put together with the intent to support the American Library Disaster Relief Fund. All sales of this book will help to support libraries to recover after natural disasters. In my opinion, that fact alone makes this book a must have for anyone who loves reading and appreciates all that a local library may have offered them over the years. I do not know if this book is a limited release only or one that will be permanently available for purchase on This collection of urban fantasy stories has been put together with the intent to support the American Library Disaster Relief Fund. All sales of this book will help to support libraries to recover after natural disasters. In my opinion, that fact alone makes this book a must have for anyone who loves reading and appreciates all that a local library may have offered them over the years. I do not know if this book is a limited release only or one that will be permanently available for purchase on Amazon, but I would recommend not waiting to find out. I found the 11 stories within this book to all be very well written and fun to read. Some of the stories I might have enjoyed more than others, but each one was very entertaining. Each story was an original and complete story, as well as being an introduction into a series written by one of the authors involved in this project. I enjoyed seeing these new works from a variety of authors, many of whom I had not previously had a chance to read before. They were fun and exciting, and I am glad I had the opportunity to read each of them. I will be very interested in seeing more of these authors in the future, and will enjoy looking up some of the other books in the various series that were selected for this anthology. I do recommend this book, and not solely because the purchase of this book will support a very good cause. I believe that those who enjoy fantasy and urban fantasy stories will enjoy reading these stories as well.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Myriam

    This review only relates to Crystal Brawl (Darkling Mage Short Story) by Nazri Noor There are more stories by wonderful authors and I will come back and read more of them in future. Crystal Brawl This was an amazing short story to remind all the readers how Dustin used to be in the beginning. I think on the timeline of the series, this story is somewhere between book one and two. And I loved it so much.  Dusting gets himself in trouble as usual, makes new friends, and gets out of trouble as usual. T This review only relates to Crystal Brawl (Darkling Mage Short Story) by Nazri Noor There are more stories by wonderful authors and I will come back and read more of them in future. Crystal Brawl This was an amazing short story to remind all the readers how Dustin used to be in the beginning. I think on the timeline of the series, this story is somewhere between book one and two. And I loved it so much.  Dusting gets himself in trouble as usual, makes new friends, and gets out of trouble as usual. This predicament was nowhere near as serious as the other troubles he got himself into but it was so wonderful to see the old Dustin.  There is another character in this story who Dustin names Spellsa, a witch, who couldn't give him her name, and who could have a been a great friend under different circumstances.  The whole story reminded me how far has the series progressed, how much have characters evolved, and how much I love this author.  Dark Mage is a fantastic series with each book being its own story but they are better read on order to follow the development of the main theme and the evolution of the characters. Reading order is: Penumbra (Darkling Mage Book 0), Shadow Magic (Darkling Mage Book 1), Dark Harvest (Darkling Mage Book 2), Grave Intentions (Darkling Mage Book 3), Oblivion Heart (Darkling Mage Book 4), Midnight's Son (Darkling Mage Book 5), Last Rites (Darkling Mage Book 6), and Blood Pact (Darkling Mage Book 7), and Soul Fire (Darkling Mage Book 8) coming soon.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Cripe

    What a great way to read authors you may not know of.. I enjoyed this short story anthology very much. I'm already a fan of most of the authors featured and got introduced to a couple I had not heard of. There are vampires, mages, wolves and many other magical beings, even a hellhound. Grab a copy and I'm sure you'll become a fan of several, if not all, of these authors.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Julie

    All good authors I enjoyed this anthology. I bought it because it had a couple stories by authors I read and to help the libraries. I was pleasantly surprised and liked all the stories and have found a few new authors. The stories all had action, humor and adventure with well written characters and story lines. If you like fantasy I am sure you will like all of these stories.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Donna

    A fun addictive read With dragons, vampires, werewolves, elves, dwarfs, gnomes, orcs, zombies, mages, and witches this collection has something for everyone that loves fantasy! Each author brought their own unique tales to the table and didn't disappoint at all. And now I must find more from them all.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Diane Smith

    Interesting mix I purchased this primarily to support the library disaster relief fund as I’m not particularly fond of short stories. Some are more engaging than others as you’d expect and I did find a new author or two that I’ll investigate further. All in all, worth the time and money.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Ed

    Very good. All were good introductions to authors I have not read and two or three authors I have. I have only read Michael Anderle in another anthology. This is a great way to introduce authors to new readers.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    Excellent anthology I really enjoyed every single one of the stories in this anthology. Some of the authors I had read before and some I had not. Every single story was fresh and original, not a tired retelling of the same old themes.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Avidreader

    Varied offerings With all the choices, well written stories and remarkable characters, I can't imagine anyone not latching into a new author or series.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Enid Rodriguez

    Nice book of short stories Great way to expose yourself to authors you might be unfamiliar with. Great short stories that leave you wanting more.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Audrey Cienki

    Try this new anthology. The proceeds go to a good cause and you have a selection of very good authors to get to know better.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Connie

    Enjoyable I enjoyed the majority of these short stories or chapters, in fact, I downloaded a kindle book from one of the stories.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Carolyn Fielding

    An excellent introduction to the genre. I've found several authors new to me that I'm now going to follow as well as new works from authors I already enjoy.

  16. 5 out of 5

    George Lawson

    On whole a good book Not all of the short stories are engaging but the bulk are. Enjoyed several quite a bit such as Anderle's story at the end.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jasmine Breeden

    Great mix of stories Went in to read the story by the author I enjoy, Kimbra Swain and found some others to look into. Good stories

  18. 4 out of 5

    Carolyn Evans

    Delightful This is one of the best anthologies I have read on a very long tome. Enjoy it To the fullest.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Scott

    Some good Stories An interesting introduction to various authors series , particularly liked Rance and Noahs worlds but all have some interesting aspects so good mix of 4 to 5 stars

  20. 4 out of 5

    Teresa

  21. 5 out of 5

    Lisamarie Crawford

  22. 4 out of 5

    Barry G Freeman

  23. 5 out of 5

    Sharon Bass MD

  24. 4 out of 5

    Mark Dow

  25. 5 out of 5

    Maureen Mccallan

  26. 5 out of 5

    Vikki

  27. 4 out of 5

    Scott Drummond

  28. 5 out of 5

    Barbs Sowerby

  29. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie

  30. 4 out of 5

    Donna Carlucci

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