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Review: Rivers of London #2.3

With a Russian Night Witch in custody, Peter and Nightingale should be having a lot more luck chasing down a rogue Leshy – a murderous spirit of the forest. 182 more words

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Preview: Rivers of London: Night Witch #3

RIVERS OF LONDON: NIGHT WITCH #3

Writer: Ben Aaronovitch & Andrew Cartmel
Artist: Lee Sullivan
Colours: Luis Guerrero
Cover A: Lee Sullivan
Cover B: Mariano Laclaustra… 92 more words

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"F*** me, I can do magic." // Review of Rivers of London by Ben Aaronovitch

Title: Rivers of London (Peter Grant #1)
Author: Ben Aaronovitch
Genre: crime fiction/urban fantasy
Date Read:
06/05/2016 – 11/05/2016
Rating: ★★

Review:

I remember getting this book from the library not long after it was published in 2011, but the fact that I couldn’t remember many details at all made me think that I had DNFed it. 439 more words

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Feed The World

Big Finish Folly, Part 143 – Earth Aid, by Andrew Cartmel and Ben Aaronovitch

Welcome aboard the space vessel Vancouver. Its mission: to guard a vast shipment of grain from Earth to the planet Safenesthome. 515 more words

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On Rivers of London by Ben Aaronovitch

For years I’ve put off reading Rivers of London by Ben Aaronovitch, even when it was on the Dymocks Top 101 list for awhile. I always thought the premise was a bit silly, and the blurb turned me off a bit – crime and magic and… dead people? 408 more words

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Review: Rivers of London: Night Witch #2

Following a disastrous attempt to ‘recruit’ the witch, Vavara, a Russian oligarch turns his sights on Peter Grant and Thomas Nightingale – two of London’s finest policemen and its only wizards – to help recover his  daughter – apparently kidnapped by dark elemental forces. 157 more words

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London calling: Kate Griffin’s A Madness of Angels

I feel I’ve come rather late to the fair with Kate Griffin’s sorcerers-in-London series, since the first one came out in 2009. I was looking stupidly at… 752 more words

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