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eBook Revenge of the Spellmans: A Novel (Isabel Izzy Spellman) ePub

by Lisa Lutz

  • ISBN: 1416593381
  • Category: United States
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Lisa Lutz
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster; First Edition edition (March 10, 2009)
  • Pages: 384
  • ePub book: 1385 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1145 kb
  • Other: mbr lrf mobi docx
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 249

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ALSO BY LISA LUTZ Curse of the Spellmans The Spellman Files SIMON & SCHUSTER 1230 Avenue of the Americas New York, NY 10020 This book is a work of fiction. Revenge of the spellmans

ALSO BY LISA LUTZ Curse of the Spellmans The Spellman Files SIMON & SCHUSTER 1230 Avenue of the Americas New York, NY 10020 This book is a work of fiction. Revenge of the spellmans. Therapy session DR. RUSH: 1 Two weeks ago you mentioned that you were being blackmailed. ISABEL: Did I? DR. RUSH: Yes. ISABEL: Must have slipped my mind.

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Lisa Lutz Revenge of the Spellmans: A Novel (Isabel "Izzy" Spellman). ISBN 13: 9781416593386. Revenge of the Spellmans: A Novel (Isabel "Izzy" Spellman).

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Revenge of the Spellmans. ISABEL: Hi, Dr. Rush, I have to cancel my session today. Something came up with work. Sorry about the late notice. DR. RUSH: Do you want to make up the session this week or next? ISABEL: You wouldn’t consider letting me slide for just this week? 1 DR. RUSH: No. I wouldn’t. ISABEL: I see. RUSH: I have a twelve noon opening on Friday. ISABEL: I guess I’ll see you Friday, Dr. Rush.

Revenge of the Spellmans is the third book in the Spellman series and Lisa Lutz shows no signs of slowing down

Revenge of the Spellmans is the third book in the Spellman series and Lisa Lutz shows no signs of slowing down. Not only that, she's not afraid to shake things up. Izzy Spellman is looking to get back into the detective game when a man hires her to see what his wife is up to. Meanwhile, what is with her brother David? Who is blackmailing Izzy?

Isabel Spellman may have a checkered past littered with romantic mistakes, excessive drinking . Narrated by: Ari Graynor.

Isabel Spellman may have a checkered past littered with romantic mistakes, excessive drinking, and creative vandalism - but she's good at her job as a licensed . with her family's firm, Spellman Investigations. Invading people's privacy comes naturally to Izzy and all the Spellmans. If only they could leave their work at the office. Izzy walks an indistinguishable line between Spellman family member and Spellman employee. Length: 5 hrs and 41 mins.

A third installment in a series that began with The Spellman Files and Curse of the Spellmans finds Isabel pursuing therapy while trailing her newest client's errant wife, Rae facing skyrocketing expectations in light of her high SAT score, and Henry disrupting the family with a new love interest.

Comments

Samutilar Samutilar
It has been some time since I read this, but the rating was done immediately after I finished it.
If you have read the first two, there is nothing for me to say. Read and enjoy!
If you haven't read the first two, don't worry, there is enough background material so you won't get /too/ lost. And you will still enjoy the first two when you read /them/.
As to footnotes: I have two Kindles. One is the older mechanical type, and the other the newer touch screen.
Generally, I prefer the older one, simply because it doesn't force me to memorize and endless series of secret moves to use it. In particular, it does /not/ move to a link from a full table-of-contents when I am trying to move to the next page. The two actions are completely distinct.
But the touch-screen /does/ have advantages, and for /this/ book it is the better of the two. The reason is quite simple: footnotes. It is /much/ easier to activate a footnote by finger than it is by moving the cursor. And getting back is just as easy.
Of course, I /did/ have to increase the font size and spacing between lines to get to the point where, when I touched a footnote number, /that/ is what lit up and not a bunch of text. This made the book look like a Scholastic book, but it worked.
Quendant Quendant
The third book in the Spellmans series follows closely after the second, with Izzy in court appointed therapy. After failing the first round of 12 sessions, she is referred to a different therapist for a second round. She is taking a break from the agency, and is tending bar at her favorite watering-hole. Her parents are pressuring her to return to work and make a decision about eventually taking over the agency, her brother is acting strangely, and her sister Rae is under suspicion for acing the PSATs. Izzy begins secretly squatting in her brother's basement apartment, and begins to wonder if she is losing her mind when she can't sleep and keeps forgetting where she parked her car. Rae is driving Detective Harry Stone crazy by first trying to break up his relationship with his new girlfriend and then by befriending her. Izzy herself is unwilling to confront her own feelings about this. Pushed into taking on a private case after her bar hours are cut, Izzy finds that what seems to be a simple investigative case on possible infidelity to be far more complex. Other complications include her favorite lawyer being bullied by his wife to move to Florida, and the introduction of a new Irish bartender who seems to have taken a fancy to her. Izzy has to decide what she really wants in life and if she is going to take the steps necessary to get there. The booked is filled with the family's quirky and wild antics, and many humorous situations, and we get to see some interesting growth and development in several of the characters.
Cemav Cemav
Revenge of the Spellmans is the third installment in the series, and although you do not have to read the other two books first, it is recommended that you do for the greatest enjoyment!

Revenge focuses on Izzy Spellman as she struggles with defining herself as adult while her family and friends grow and change around her. After her "stalking" escapades in Curse of the Spellmans, Izzy has a part-time job in a bar owned by her friend Milo, court ordered therapy, a beautiful new apartment where she is a secret tenant, and a car that keeps disappearing.
Izzy's sense of unrest in heightened by the different things going on in the lives of her friends, changing her relationships with Petra, Milo, Morty, and Henry.

Izzy agrees to investigate a case for her friend Milo, and decides that her success or failure to solve the mystery will also decide her future career--she will re-join the family PI firm only if she can solve the case. While following a suspect, Izzy realizes that she herself is being followed, and begins to spy on a competitive PI firm.

The real fun with the Spellman books is beyond the mystery story, and with Izzy's family and friends. Her brother David is having a mid-life crisis, her sister Rae is immersed in teen-age angst, her parents worry about (and investigate) all three Spellman children. The antics are what Spellman readers would expect, and more--visits to the police station, impounded cars, parent / teacher conferences, wilderness experiences, Buddhist temples, lots of candy, meditation centers, and investigating family, friends, and friends-of-friends.

Revenge of the Spellmans is a wonderful addition to the series. The story is varied, with unexpected twists, and the characters develop in ways that are surprising yet
Manazar Manazar
This is the third time I've visited the world of the Spellmans and I'll definitely be back. I'm not sure I'll be back via the Kindle since the footnotes (and there's a lot of them) are a pain to use on the Kindle. You have to place the cursor on the note, hit the okay button, get taken to the note, read it, and then hit the back button to be taken to the story. That's okay if there's only one note per screen, but on one screen, there were 3 notes and it's just too much of a hassle to switch back and forth (navigation of the the Kindle's cursor is not the easiest task). It's even more annoying when the footnote reads, "See Appendix." This is one time when the paper format is superior to the digital format.

As for the story, it's the same funny sleuthing that made the previous two such a joy to read (the kind of book where the reader laughs out loud several times - to the great annoyance of anyone around who is not in on the joke). I'll be back for more. And, if Amazon figures out a better way to do footnotes, I'll be using my Kindle.
Lightbinder Lightbinder
Not the best book I've ever read but it is entertaining. It kinda just ended after a long story which is why I didn't buy the next book in the series. I read it on a kindle right after the first two books and got real tired of her footnotes and appendix references, having to click on the little tab and then go back again, when it was just a promotion to her previous books. Sometimes you can even figure out what those footnotes are going to say! Sorry but it turned me off of buying more :(