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False Value (Rivers Of London book 8) by Ben Aaronovitch (book review).

September 17, 2020 | By | Reply More
False Value (Rivers Of London book 8) by Ben Aaronovitch (book review).

‘False Value’ is the latest Peter Grant story. ‘The Rivers Of London’ series follows the young police officer as he moves from paper shuffling to the magician’s apprentice. From his demonstrably weak beginnings, our Peter has moved on and now has an apprentice of sorts of his own. His pregnant girlfriend is a river goddess […]

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The October Man (A River Of London novella book 2) by Ben Aaronovitch (book review)

August 28, 2020 | By | Reply More
The October Man (A River Of London novella book 2) by Ben Aaronovitch (book review)

‘The October Man’ is a spin-off novella from the ‘Rivers Of London’ series and is set in Germany. Our young cop wizard is called Tobias Winter. You can’t help thinking that name will have some significance further down the line. His background is similar to Peter Grant but, as we learn, there does not seem […]

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False Value (Rivers Of London book 8) by Ben Aaronovitch (book review).

August 24, 2020 | By | Reply More
False Value (Rivers Of London book 8) by Ben Aaronovitch (book review).

‘False Value’ is the latest Peter Grant story. ‘The Rivers Of London’ series follows the young PC as he moves from paper shuffling to the magician’s apprentice. From his demonstrably weak beginnings, our Peter has moved on and now has an apprentice of sorts of his own. His pregnant girlfriend is a river goddess and […]

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The Furthest Station (A PC Grant novella) by Ben Aaronovitch.

September 28, 2017 | By | Reply More
The Furthest Station (A PC Grant novella) by Ben Aaronovitch.

‘The Furthest Station’ is a welcome novella to bridge the gap in the ‘Rivers Of London’ series. Following an apprentice wizard, Peter Grant training in this story is self-contained with some reoccurring characters. As a short book, it might be a point to jump in. If you like the water, go back to the first […]

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Doctor Who: Remembrance Of The Daleks Special Edition by Ben Aaronovitch (DVD review)

March 25, 2016 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who: Remembrance Of The Daleks Special Edition by Ben Aaronovitch   (DVD review)

Of Sylvester McCoy’s run as the Doctor, ‘Remembrance Of The Daleks’ has to be one of my favourites. There are a lot of contributing factors to this. It was nearly the 25th anniversary of ‘Doctor Who’ and it returns to the roots of the first story in 1963, about a week after the first regeneration, […]

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Rivers Of London – Chapter 5: Designated Driver by writers Ben Aaronovitch and Andrew Cartmel with art by Lee Sullivan, Louis Gurrero and Janice Chiang (magazine review).

January 18, 2016 | By | Reply More
Rivers Of London – Chapter 5: Designated Driver by writers Ben Aaronovitch and Andrew Cartmel with art by Lee Sullivan, Louis Gurrero and Janice Chiang (magazine review).

Curiously this is a review of Chapter 5 of ‘Rivers Of London’ in a continuing story within a series of comics based on a series of novels. You get it there’s a series of a series. Right. Slightly disadvantaged by not having read the previous comics, I have read the novels so I’m offering a […]

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