House Immortal (House Immortal Trilogy, Book 1) by Devon Monk

By Devon Monk

One hundred years in the past, 11 strong ruling homes consolidated all the world's assets and authority into their very own greedy palms. just one strength wasn't positioned less than the command of a unmarried residence: the keep watch over over the immortal galvanized....

Matilda Case isn't like most people. in truth, she's distinct on the earth, the crowning success of her father's experiments, a woman pieced jointly from bits. Or so she believes, till Abraham 7th exhibits up at her door, stitched with existence thread similar to her and insisting that enemies are coming to kill them all.

Tilly is one in every of 13 terrific creations referred to as the galvanized, stitched jointly beings immortal and unfathomably robust. For a century, every one condo has fought for keep an eye on over the galvanized. Now the homes also are tangled in a dangerous fight for dominion over death—and Tilly and her sort carry the main to unlocking eternity

The secrets and techniques that Tilly needs to struggle to guard are hidden in the very seams of her being. And to get the secrets and techniques, her enemies are keen to rip her aside piece via piece....

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Had I just agreed to a date? Or an interrogation session? “Probably both,” I muttered. Mac slapped my steak sandwich and fries down in front of me. I put down some money, morosely, and he made change. “She’s going to do nothing but try to trick information out of me that I shouldn’t be giving her, Mac,” I said. “Ungh,” Mac agreed. ” STORM FRONT 55 Mac shrugged. “She’s pretty,” I said. “Smart. ” “Hngh,” Mac snorted. “Well. ” Mac smiled a bit, mollified. “Still. It’s going to make trouble for me. ” I picked up my sandwich, and sighed.

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One of the things that appealed to me about her was that even though she used her charm and femininity relentlessly in pursuit of her stories, she had no concept of just how attractive she really was—I had seen that when I looked within her last year. ” Her eyes narrowed a bit further. ” she accused. I took a sip of my ale and beckoned Mac to pour her one as well. He did. ” “Most men are off-balance by now,” she complained. ” “I am pure of heart and mind,” I told her. ” She stared at me in frustration for a moment.

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