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Margaret Dunlap
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JLS' Books
JLS' Books rated it 3 years ago
Bookburners continues to be an enjoyable read. The characters twist and turn and grow and reveal new secrets, Grace's change of reading matter had me braced for something having gone occultishly haywire with her, and the nod to Paul Cornell's Shadow Police series in the last episode made me laugh (t...
Elentarri's Book Blog
Elentarri's Book Blog rated it 4 years ago
An entertaining, serialised, urban fantasy adventure. Not as good as "Season 1", but something light to read.
Ceridwen
Ceridwen rated it 4 years ago
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...
Evaine's Books, Books and More Books
This is a serial book - that is, 16 episodes strung together like a season of TV shows, each episode written by one of the 4 authors. One of the reasons I picked it up was because I had read one of Max Gladstone's Craft Sequence novels and enjoyed it. Anyway, it appears that I'm not really a huge f...
Tannat
Tannat rated it 4 years ago
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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