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Bookburners - Jeffrey Veregge, Mur Lafferty, Max Gladstone, Margaret Dunlap, Mark W. Weaver, Brian Francis Slattery
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2.50 10
Format: Hardcover
ISBN: 9781481485579 (1481485571)
ASIN: 1481485571
Publisher: Saga Press
Pages no: 800
Edition language: English
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Ceridwen rated it
0.0 Like a good tv show in print
I'm a little wary of multi-author narratives in print, which is a little goofy, considering that this is basically how all television is scripted. I love me some television, but, of course, it must be said that the strength of the singular vision -- the showrunner or creator -- is a huge factor in w...
Tannat rated it
2.5 Bookburners DNF @ 27%
Review for Bookburners # 1.1-1.4/1.16 I could push myself to read the rest of this but I don't really feel like it. Superficially it's fine, and it sounded interesting but I have no real urge to continue. I guess the serial format just doesn't work for me in this case. Sal (a cop) gets recruited b...
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4.0 Bookburners (Bookburners #1.1-1.16) by Max Gladstone
An original and entertaining urban-fantasy series combined into one volume. The characters each have a unique and well rounded personality with several unusual quirks. The story telling is engaging, fun and nail-biting as required. This novel serialization should be be made into a TV series.
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