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Booklovers Escape
Booklovers Escape rated it 4 years ago
Abigail Rook is our main character. R.F. Jackaby is her eccentric employer. Charlie Cane is a junior detective in the police force. Marlowe is Charlie's boss and head of the police force. Commissioner Swift is Marlowe's boss. PIC.(Person In Charge) Abigail Rook is a naïve young woman that has lef...
sensitivemuse
sensitivemuse rated it 4 years ago
This book was a little slow to start. However I find that because the characters are so interesting and have their own quirks you find yourself sticking to the story because they’re so fascinating. When I was reading about Jackaby and his character he bears the resemblance of an unorthodox detect...
Kaethe
Kaethe rated it 5 years ago
There's a strong Sherlock influence here, and it reads a bit like Lockwood & co., and also Spiderwick. I enjoyed the plot which moves along briskly. For no very good reason, I decided early on that Jackaby was Matt Smith (his more clownlike moments as the Doctor), and Abigail is scrappy little Jenna...
Reading is my ESCAPE from Reality!
Reading is my ESCAPE from Reality! rated it 5 years ago
One who can see the ordinary is extraordinary indeed, Abigail Rook. - Chapter 8 That little slip of paper had turned out to be my ticket into a more remarkable world than I could have imagined. - Chapter 11 I wondered which was sadder, leaving someone to cry after you when you were gone, or not ...
Tessa's Blog
Tessa's Blog rated it 5 years ago
It is not a secret that I am a huge fan of BBC's cult favorite TV show, Doctor Who. I love the atmosphere of the extraordinary and mysterious that the show perfectly maintains. The Doctor's adventures are the perfect mixture of aliens, time travel, and the impossible. The TV show is honestly one of ...
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