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G.P. Taylor
A motorcyclist and former rock band roadie turned Anglican minister, Graham Peter (G. P.) Taylor has been hailed as "hotter than Potter" and "the new C. S. Lewis" in the United Kingdom. His first novel, "Shadowmancer," reached #1 on the "New York Times" Best Sellers List in 2004 and has been... show more

A motorcyclist and former rock band roadie turned Anglican minister, Graham Peter (G. P.) Taylor has been hailed as "hotter than Potter" and "the new C. S. Lewis" in the United Kingdom. His first novel, "Shadowmancer," reached #1 on the "New York Times" Best Sellers List in 2004 and has been translated into 48 languages. His other novels include "Wormwood" (another "New York Times" best seller which was nominated for a Quill Book Award), "The Shadowmancer Returns: The Curse of Salamander Street," "Tersias the Oracle," and "Mariah Mundi." Taylor currently resides in North Yorkshire with his wife and three children.
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Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it 7 years ago
An interesting fantasy set in London of 1756 and a near earth collision with a comet. Featuring magic and several groups of people with a variety of motives. A better read for me than Shadowmancer.
melsbookshelf
melsbookshelf rated it 7 years ago
I am just going to come out and say that I don't know quite what to make of this book. (And in many ways, I think it is more difficult to review audiobooks because the reading can really sway my opinion of the book.) In this case, I will admit that I am glad I listened to the audio version as oppose...
Kaethe
Kaethe rated it 10 years ago
No thank you. No, really, you shouldn't have.Honestly, I just can't take it. The cognitive dissonance built in to this story is a little mind-blowing. Some things seem supernatural, but they turn out to be fake, and people who believe in them are deluding themselves. But one thing turns out not ...
Miss Clark
Miss Clark rated it 11 years ago
Well, that fell pretty far short of expectations. I like twins, but I have never liked this author and his writing has not improved since I last tried him. And the artwork does very little to enhance this story. Not recommended. Uneven characterization, scattered, illogical plot.
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