The Domino Men
Publish date: February 21st 2008
Pages no: 288
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, Urban Fantasy
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Historical Fiction
Series: Domino Men (#2)
Den Autor Jonathan Barnes habe ich vor Jahren kennengelernt, als mir sein Roman „Das Albtraumreich des Edward Moon“ in die Hände fiel. „Das Königshaus der Monster“ ist eine lockere Fortsetzung dieses Romans. Barnes selbst verdient unter anderem genau damit sein Geld, was ich mir für meine eigene Zuk...
Hm. Hm. I just don't know. The whole thing just has a general air of eau de litfic writer dabbling in genre and being slightly smug about it, which is an entirely unfair assessment. I think. Based on my multiple picking-up-reading-the-back-then-not-buying incidents with The Somnambulist, it looks li...
I picked this book up from the local library, giving this author a second try. His last book was not my cup of tea.This novel takes us on a ride to the end of London, with a strange turn at the end. That I did not care for. I expected something totally different. Def. a good book I give it 4 stars.....
hmm - not for me at this timeUnabridged read by Gerard Doyle ..Better Than "The Somnambulist"! It's not often that a sequel surpasses the original work from which it derives, but in the case of "The Domino Men" that's definitely the case.blurb - Henry Lamb, an amiable and anonymous file clerk, pushe...
Henry Lamb works as a file clerk in a London office and secretly has a crush on his land lady. Shortly after his Grandfather has a stroke, Henry is "promoted" and goes to work for a secret government agency called The Directorate. It seems that for well over a century, the Directorate has been at ...