Friday, December 4, 2015

Friday Memes: The Inquisitor's Apprentice by Chris Moriarty

Happy Friday everybody!!
Book Beginnings on Friday is now hosted by Rose City Reader. The Friday 56 is hosted at Freda's Voice. Check out the links above for the rules and for the posts of the participants each week. Don’t dig for your favorite book, the coolest, the most intellectual. Use the CLOSEST.

The day Sacha found out he could see witches was the worst day of his life.
Friday 56:
"Fair?" Wolf asked, still in the same tone of mild amusement. "If you don't mind my saying so, Miss Astral, you appear to be under a serious misapprehension about the nature of the Inquisitors Division. Not to mention life in general. I fear that severe disappointment lurks in your future."
This week I am spotlighting The Inquisitor's Apprentice by Chris Moriarty. This book has been on my TBR mountain since 2011. Here is the description from Amazon:
The day Sacha found out he could see witches was the worst day of his life . . .

Being an Inquisitor is no job for a nice Jewish boy. But when the police learn that Sacha Kessler can see witches, he’s apprenticed to the department’s star Inquisitor, Maximillian Wolf. Their mission is to stop magical crime. And New York at the beginning of the twentieth century is a magical melting pot where each ethnic group has its own brand of homegrown witchcraft, and magical gangs rule the streets from Hell’s Kitchen to Chinatown.

Soon Sacha has teamed up with fellow apprentice Lily Astral, daughter of one of the city’s richest Wall Street Wizards—and a spoiled snob, if you ask Sacha. Their first case is to find out who’s trying to kill Thomas Edison.

Edison has invented a mechanical witch detector that could unleash the worst witch-hunt in American history. Every magician in town has a motive to kill him. But as the investigation unfolds, all the clues lead back to the Lower East Side. And Sacha soon realizes that his own family could be accused of murder!


  1. I have been to Hells Kitchen and China Town but am not familiar with the book. Thanks for sharing!

  2. This sounds interesting.


  3. This definitely sounds like a book my niece would enjoy reading! Thanks for the spotlight and for visiting my Friday Meme post earlier

  4. Had to snicker. This looks really fun.

  5. I haven't heard of this one before, but I like the quotes. Thanks for sharing. :-)

  6. Loving the cover for this on. It's nice to get to books that have been on the TBR forever. Happy Friday!

  7. I love it when older titles are highlighted!


  8. This sounds like an interesting read. Thanks for sharing!

  9. Fun cover and great snippets. Sounds like a great read. Happy Friday!

  10. Sounds magically delicious! :-)
    Happy weekend!

  11. Poor Sasha, sounds like he's had it rough but it sounds fascinating :D

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