Der böse Ort
Publish date: May 1st 2014
Publisher: Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag
Pages no: 384
Edition language: Deutsch
Series: Peter Grant (#4)
I don't even know what to say! I am so gobsmacked right now. Look, everyone that I talked to said the same thing. This is slow as anything. I was bored while reading and maybe fell asleep around the 60 percent mark. Things didn't make a lot of sense to me and I was tired of Peter feeling torn betwee...
Series: Rivers of London/Peter Grant #4 A reread, of course, but one spent trying to figure out if clues to the twist at the end could be picked out. Some things can be read differently if you take into account the ending but I couldn't find anything blatant. No wonder the ending was so much of a ...
This installment meanders a bit, as it juggles multiple story lines, plus lessons in architecture. Thomas "Oh was that your Tiger tank?" Nightingale gets to show why he's the teacher and Peter & Lesley are the apprentices. I particularly enjoyed Toby's increased role in this book, being Peter's magi...
Cliffhanger! NOOOOOOOooooooo! Man! Just when it was finally getting good too! I've been lukewarm on this series at best. The first book was great, and the others since have been good, but where I was expecting something akin to Harry Dresden, what I actually got was more along the lines of Angel...
by Ben Aaronovitch This 4th book in the series started out differently in that there was no immediate connection to magic. As with most murder stories, a body is involved, but why Peter Grant would be involved isn't immediately apparent. I don't know if it's the story itself or too many people y...
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