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Book Review - The Hanging Tree - Ben Aaronovitch

Book Review – The Hanging Tree – Ben Aaronovitch


Book: The Hanging Tree
Author: Ben Aaronovitch
Genre: Urban Fantasy
Year of Release: 2016
Read 294-page paperback edition in April 2017. 369 more words

Book Review

The Furthest Station by Ben Aaronovitch

I just finished Aaronovitch’s latest novella, starring Detective Inspector Peter Grant, and I’m very very satisfied. It’s certainly enough to tide me over until Ben’s next full length Peter Grant book, which I can’t wait to see in hardcover, one day. 947 more words


"Whispers Underground" by Ben Aaronovitch (2012)

“Back in the summer I’d made the mistake of telling my mum what I did for a living.”

Any review of a book that’s in the middle of an on-going series requires a certain amount of preamble, although I’m far too lazy to provide a fresh synopsis of what you’ve missed so far, so either duck out of this review now until you’ve read the series, or if you’re happy to get potential spoilers or would like a brief rundown on what came before this, then click for reviews of the first two books, … 396 more words


Writing Curious/Crazy Experiment

As mentioned in my last blog about CampNaNoWriMo I’ve been listening to The Bestseller Experiment podcast. I first came across them via the author Gavin G Smith… 913 more words


New Additions #59

So I cheated a little bit on my resolution not to buy any media products until the end of March, but since it’s the 31st, and they arrived today (ordered them yesterday) it kinda counts….right?


Rivers of London by Ben Aaronovitch

– You put a spell on the dog, I said as we left the house.
– Just a small one, said Nightingale
– So magic is real, I said. 213 more words


The Hanging Tree

This is the fifth sixth volume of Ben Aaronovitch’s Rivers of London series. Which features PC Peter Grant from the London’s Metropolitan Police specialising in paranormal crime. 110 more words