Review of “Kill It With Magic” by J.A. Cipriano and Narrated by Rebecca Roberts

Kill It with Magic

Overall 4 Stars

Performance 4 Stars

Story 3 Stars

This book was okay, but it was not my favorite. I am not much for fantasies and that seems to be mostly what this book is.

Lillim is a 16 year old girl who has run away from her abusive mother. She has magic powers that allow her to hunt down and kill just about any creature, be it a demon, a drake or a dragon.

When she gets tricked into kidnapping the prince son of a powerful werewolf all heck breaks lose. Thus begins the adventures of Lillim Callina.

I gave this book story three stars not because it was not good. It was good, but it just was not my cup of tea. I won’t be listening to it again and am not likely to listen to any more books in this series. However, if you are a fan of fantasy novels full of magic and demons and wizards and dragons, etc., this this just might be the book for you.

Kudos to Rebecca Roberts who did a wonderful job with the narrations. I very much enjoyed listening to her. Even her male voices were believable.

I received this book from the author via Goodreads Audiobook Group in exchange for an honest review.


About Jeffrey Owens

Not much to tell. I am married and have a daughter and a grandson. I am an aspiring writer. I am a devout Pentecostal. I love football, NHRA professional drag racing, baseball and sometimes hockey. I sing and play guitar and write songs.
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2 Responses to Review of “Kill It With Magic” by J.A. Cipriano and Narrated by Rebecca Roberts

  1. nrlymrtl says:

    I listened to this one recently and enjoyed it, tho I do love me some urban fantasy. I thought the dynamic between Lillim and her mother was pretty complex with the whole reincarnation stuff thrown in.


    • Yeah! Like I said, it wasn’t so much that the book was bad. It wasn’t. I gave it three stars which for me means that the book was okay but I won’t be reading it again. It just wasn’t my type of book, although I have to admit that the reincarnation thing appealed to me.

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