If you've already every good contemporary fantasy novel, such as anything by China Mieville, Susanna Clarke, or Richard K. Morgan, and you have to have something to read, and you hate re-reading, go ahead and read this one. It's a bad book but at least the writing is competent.
I wish more of China Mieville's work was Audibilized. In lieu of that, Martin Amis' new one looks good.
Yes. He's an excellent narrator.
If I were the editor I would have dropped the book entirely and saved all of us some time and grief.
Mark Hodder, if he exists and is not a group of marketing experts, may end up being a good writer one day. He has decent style and some imagination. He needs to learn to tell a story, to really do the research, and not cater to small fan groups.
Yes. It's a blast. I'm sure I missed a lot.
The opening chapter when we are introduced to China's vision of London was extraordinary.
John Lee constantly reminded me of the British-ness of the story. He was excellent.
There's a world out there you haven't yet seen.
Yes, I enjoyed the book but I also didn't expect too much.
The ending was satisfying but not particularly profound.
The challenge with this book is that nothing ever happened.
Listening to this was worth the time.
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