A Symphony of Echoes
Publish date: October 22nd 2013
Publisher: Accent Press
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
Series: The Chronicles of St Mary's (#2)
Series: Chronicles of St Mary's #2 I'm still not a big fan of this series. Once again this was just ok. Once again the events were a series of péripéties although they formed a more cohesive plot this time around. I honestly thought this one might be better than the previous one despite the weird ...
I'm not a serial reader. I'm quite the opposite, even when I like books, I'm usually glad I can dive into another world next. However, having finished the first book in the St. Mary's series, Just One Damned Thing After The Other, I couldn't resist and immediately started the second book (and after ...
The first book in The Chronicles of St Mary's, "Just One Damn Thing After Another" was a triumph of originality, introducing us to the world of intrepid, if chaotic, British historians risking their lives to witness past events first hand. Chronologically, "A Symphony of Echoes" carries straight o...
This is the second book in the series and in my opinion is just as good as the first! They "are not time-travelers! they are historians. They investigate major historical events in contemporary time". and what a job they do. In this book we cross paths with Jack the Ripper, travel to the future, fin...
Enjoyed this. Trips to Victorian London, the future St Mary's and Scotland in the time of Mary Queen of Scots.
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