The Neon Court
Publish date: March 24th 2011
Pages no: 512
Edition language: English
Series: Matthew Swift (#3)
One of my problems with reading books in a completed series is the tendency to read through the books back-to-back. I did that with the Matthew Swift series by Kate Griffin, and I think my first read of The Neon Court suffered, strictly because of a surfeit of Matthew Swift, along with surprisingly ...
The Neon Court (Matthew Swift, #3) by Kate Griffin Recommended for: you really have to read Madness of Angels and Midnight Mayor first.... Matthew Swift, partially deceased sorcerer, symbiotic host to the electric blue angels of the wires, Midnight Mayor and protector of the city, is not an entity...
Matthew Swift was a sorcerer's apprentice, but he died.Then he came back.Now Matthew Swift is the Midnight Mayor, with responsibility for all of London. So when a mystical war threatens between the Neon Court (the fairy court, transformed by the modern age, who prize beauty over truth and style ove...
For now I am just going to say it was wonderful!
A page turner that manages to keep up a solid emotional core. Scary, sad, witty, graceful. I hope theres another sequel, since most of the issues that followed the three books along weren't really resolved.