Agamemnon Frost and the Crown of Towers
Publish date: October 14th 2013
Publisher: Carina Press
Pages no: 104
Edition language: English
Series: Agamemnon Frost (#3)
This is the third instalment in the “Agamemnon Frost” series, and I realise that I didn’t say anything about the writing, which is unforgivable since it is a strong asset of this series : I thought I’d give you a glimpse: “The familiar smells of the library hit his sharpened senses. Dried paper ...
3 1/2 - 4 Hearts Review written for MM Good Book Reviews This story is part of a series and must be read in order. Edgar Mason can see plainly that he is losing Agamemnon to Theodora now that she is improving; gifts, kisses and dinners are what Agamemnon gives to Theodora and Mason stands at the s...
4.5 StarsThe world Kim Knox has created in an England that was, yet never-was, has been a briskly paced historical sci-fi adventure, one maybe H.G. Wells could’ve dreamt of in his philosophies, and I want more. The Agamemnon Frost series is a love-against-the-odds romance and an action/suspense fill...
A very satisfying wrap-up to a surprisingly good trilogy. I keep saying 'surprisingly' because I'm still surprised I like a set of books about the subject of aliens.Of course, they're about more than just aliens, but aliens are just not my thing. I think the fact that there was so much humanity, is ...
4.5Loved it, my favorite in the series. Full review coming soon