The Apocalypse Codex
Publish date: July 3rd 2012
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction
, Urban Fantasy
, Spy Thriller
, Cthulhu Mythos
Series: Laundry Files (#4)
~~Moved from GR~~ The Apocalypse Codex by Charles Stross After his last job as the tethered goat for a bunch of insane apocalypse-desiring cultists, Bob Howard, computational demonologist, is hoping for a little rest and relaxation so that he can try to shake his recent partial transformation in...
Another of Stross's maths = magic and Cthulhu is just waiting to eat your soul for a light snack before dinner novels in which an out-of-his-depth secret agent tries to save us all from the horrors on the other side of reality. Except that this is book four an playing the whole plucky reluctant hero...
Brainycat's 5 "B"s:boobs: 0blood: 3bombs: 2bondage: 0 blasphemy: 4I'm a big fan of all of Stross's work, but I was just a bit disappointed with this installment of the the Laundry Files. I was really hoping that he'd start mixing up the formula a little bit. It is nice to see Bob developing as a cha...
Have read the odd Stross before, and picked this up before realising it is the fourth in a series.The main character is a member of a very secret Uk government organisation called the Laundry. They deal with threats from the 'otherworld'. He is tasked with following a American evangelist who is taki...
This series still has the voice I love, but is overall becoming more bleak and filled with impending doom.