There’s no way to do this without spoilers for the previous book, so… 323 more words
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My rating: 3 of 5 stars
(Review of the entire five part series)
I keep meaning to get into comics, after all, they often cover genres similar to what I like in books, TV and film and as I love Rivers of London, this comic series seemed to be the perfect place to start. 92 more words
I like to think of Ben Aaronovitch’s Peter Grant books are what would happen if Neil Gaiman started writing for a CBS procedural drama. You’d get smart, funny writing; a bunch of weird-ass, sometimes creepy fantasy creatures; a layered, complex mythology; some truly gruesome murders; and (for me at least) perhaps just a bit too many details about the art and craft of policing. 462 more words
Candy Jar Books are very pleased to announce their next free pdf-only incentive short story.
Ever since the release of the novel of Downtime in 1995, it’s been established that Lethbridge-Stewart met with Air Vice-Marshal Gilmore in the lead-up to the formation of UNIT. 153 more words