New York Times best-selling author Simon R. Green’s novels featuring field agent Edwin Drood have won a devoted fan following.
The Drood Matriarch has been murdered, exposing the family to powerful, evil factions and throwing the world into turmoil. A Satanic presence is growing, and although Edwin has always been something of an outsider, he’ll have to rise to the occasion to help thwart the menace and save his people.
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One of my favorite characters along with John Taylor, Harry Dresden, Matthew Swift and Sherlock Holmes.
Currently a local truck driver who has hours to listen to my audio books. I am hooked, some of my fellow drivers enjoy them also
We like this sci-fi stories, it is as good as any of them, The characters make the story and we like the crew in these books Mr Green does a good job with the storyline and cast
We like Edwin who keeps on getting into one adventure after another alot of action and some real personal emotions combined
The library with William and the big bunny mind altering scene
We liked it yes it made us laugh and almost cry tough group of truck drivers here
Guess we only have one more to go, shame Edwin will have to rise again with Molly
Look for the details, that is what life is about.
When molly and all her sisters come together to come quite exciting they can do numerous things and they have more abilities didn't even realize
As they all work together to fight this is a tan at people it becomes quite cumbersome but they all have apartment in it
When they go to the fair and all the different books are there and then say when did people start walking through is this the only place very interesting to see what happens up there
I never wanna listen to a book in its entirety in a 17 I like to bring myself a long until I can get to the end up even if I have to stop in the middle of the chapter I look forward to doing it that way
This entire series is just absolutely awesome thank you
I enjoyed the twist in the end, it was very Simon R. Green. I like how the characters in each series drop the names and locations from other series in conversation with each other. I can't wait to listen to the next one to hear an explanation for what happened at the end of this book.
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