the 4th book in the peter grant series ventures south of the river, with our heroes having to face (or faceless) not 1 but 2 enemies.
The story has some nasty suprises waiting and aaronovich manages to keep a lot hidden by leaving some very obvious things out in the open, only at the end you see how the obvious and the hidden combine
as always the style and accents of holdbrook smith adds greatly to the story and even takes in the difference in lesley's voice as she had another operation
The bits of info on london reveal (once again) how much knowlegde and research aaronovich has.
Fun to read even if you will end up cursing at the end
so mr aaronovich go away and write another one
yes, there is a very obvious bit of the plot that makes you think "peter you blind one, connect the dots" only to find out that there is a lot more
the rest of the series, he has a good voice, giving life to a copper of african desent, a classic english gentleman, a seaside girl and many more
this time its personal
it give a back story to how he became the man he is
yes but it should have been idriss elba doing it:)
some of the stuff is really gruesome, really the tv show has some scary stuff, this book is way way way more gruesome, hearing the narrator narrate how the villian butchers his victems is not a calming read, every hit from the disabilitating hit to the knee, the hits to the face, the well you get the gist of it
don't read this in public transport people will see you flinch and if you read at night, well sleep might not come easy
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