Beneath Lausanne Cathedral, in Switzerland, there is a secret buried before time began, something unknown to angels and men, until now... Marc Rochat watches over the city at night from the belfry of the cathedral. He lives in a world of shadows and "beforetimes" and imaginary beings. Katherine... show more
Beneath Lausanne Cathedral, in Switzerland, there is a secret buried before time began, something unknown to angels and men, until now... Marc Rochat watches over the city at night from the belfry of the cathedral. He lives in a world of shadows and "beforetimes" and imaginary beings. Katherine Taylor, call girl and daydreamer, is about to discover that her real-life fairy tale is too good to be true. Jay Harper, private detective, wakes up in a crummy hotel room with no memory. When the telephone rings and he's offered a job, he knows he has no choice but to accept. Three lives, one purpose: save what's left of paradise before all hell breaks loose.
Publish date: 2012-05-29
Publisher: Blue Rider Press
Pages no: 592
Edition language: English
This was a difficult one to review.The opening scene was superb.The first half was disjointed and confusing at times. Switching from one character to the next with no apparent connection to any of their stories. Wandering from the present day Rochat to the past and back again.Based on the opening sc...
According to those bloggers who found the way to finish the book, this book is wonderful. Well, it might be, but if I have to get a headache to discover its greatness.... it's not going to happen. I was on page 250 and nothing to hold my interest was going on.The Steele must be a marvelous writer ab...
I was a little hesitant to read the book as I have never been a big murder mystery fan, however, within the first couple of chapters I was hooked! I really enjoyed the characters, and I have seen a couple of reviews where some readers have not enjoyed the female lead, however, I liked her! I would h...
A bell ringer, an amnesiac detective, and a high-priced call girl walk into a bar…Oh, wait. That’s not how it goes; the bell ringer wouldn’t walk into a bar… Let’s start over, shall we?The Watchers tells the story of fallen angels, both good and bad, fighting a war on earth. Or, in this case, in Lau...
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