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The Jennifer Morgue - Charles Stross
The Jennifer Morgue
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The Jennifer Morgue The alternately chilling and hilarious sequel to The Atrocity Archives. Full description
The Jennifer Morgue The alternately chilling and hilarious sequel to The Atrocity Archives. Full description
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9781841495705 (1841495700)
Publisher: Orbit
Pages no: 414
Edition language: English
Series: Laundry Files (#2)
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Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it
3.0
It did keep me engaged but I wasn't really into it. The James Bond subtext was fun, particularly as we saw the Lazenby Bond over the weekend. When Bob Howard goes to a conference in Germany (and I laughed my way through his experiences with the Smart Car on the Autobahn) he's on the beginning of an ...
bookaneer
bookaneer rated it
4.0 Shaken and Stirred
~~Moved from GR~~ The Jennifer Morgue by Charles Stross What would you get if you substituted a computer nerd for James Bond, then sent him off to fight Lovecraftian Deep Ones? Well, in fact, you'd get this book.There's this fun (well, depending on how humorous you find Lovecraft) little story (...
Brad Horner's Books
Brad Horner's Books rated it
4.0
This book is my personal favorite of the series, so far. Maybe I happen to enjoy Ian Flemming's style, and maybe I just happen to love the freaky humor that turns the whole novel into a very prolonged visual joke. Best reason for loving the novel is the same as the previous stories: the beautiful ...
SF Fan Man
SF Fan Man rated it
Bond. James ... or maybe it's Bob. In the grand tradition of science fiction satire (new genre?), here he is ... password '007'. Well, ok, maybe there's no such genre, and if there were, there are limited entries. But however others may want to classify this book (Locus nominated it for best fantas...
everydayjam
everydayjam rated it
The Jennifer Morgue has some really good lines -- like the one about information not just wanting to be free, but to stand around on street corners, wearing gang colors and terrorizing the neighbors -- but, ultimately, struck me as not as funny as it wanted to be. More of a "Heh." than a "Hahahahah!...
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