Bouncy Castle wrote:Ahh.
Doesn't it get a tad heavy, carrying all these books over to the US?
chris.ph wrote:its in a series by an author called ben aabromovitch.magical detective sort of thing and the three of them are v good spidey
Selkie wrote:*I* really enjoyed it. It's certainly better, in my opinion, than the Dresden Files books by Jim Butcher which I just couldn't get in to. It's contemporary, yet has echos of tradition and the past. Would you enjoy it? I have no idea
Quatermass wrote:chris.ph wrote:its in a series by an author called ben aabromovitch.magical detective sort of thing and the three of them are v good spidey
And just to clarify, Ben Aaronovitch is also a noted writer for Doctor Who. He wrote the acclaimed Remembrance of the Daleks, as well as the less-acclaimed but still interesting Battlefield. He also wrote several books for the New Adventures: Transit, The Also People, and So Vile a Sin (the latter with Kate Orman).
Yo, Chris.Ph, I've asked you before, but you've never answered, would I like the Rivers of London series? I mean, having read two of his Doctor Who books, I find his output a little variable, so would I like it?
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