False Value: Book 8 in the #1 bestselling Rivers of London series (A Rivers of London novel)

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False Value: Book 8 in the #1 bestselling Rivers of London series (A Rivers of London novel)

False Value: Book 8 in the #1 bestselling Rivers of London series (A Rivers of London novel)

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Aaronovitch’s magnificent world and magic building is again center stage, Peter Grant is again investigating a crime and doing so amidst an attractive urban fantasy setting. There were three or four lines that really stood out; otherwise I’d say it felt rather humorless, and much more like The October Man, with Tobias of the German police. I would recommend False Value to anyone who enjoyed the earlier books in the series, but would suggest that fans of urban fantasy who have yet to try Rivers of London go back to the beginning, as it is not really a standalone tale. Sometimes when I put my ear against the Bulge [Bev's stomach] and closed my eyes I’d swear I could hear the twins singing.

An ordinary policeman of course when actually he is tracking down a particular magical artefact and the people responsible for it. I begged for them to stop - and for context, here are a couple of shirts that I actually own and proudly wear: - Has Peter always been this. I’m looking to Kobna’s reading to redeem this for me, as my preferred form for this series has been listening.It is accepted by you that Daunt Books has no control over additional charges in relation to customs clearance. That kind of knowledge is world-ending knowledge, and now we have the beginning of another overarching plot. It didn't seem to impair his accent abilities, as I thought Reynold's American had notably improved, and a couple of brief appearances by the Irish were delightful. False Value opens with Peter Grant, wizard policeman, starting a new job in a company that does geeky stuff involving data and algorithms.

I think the timing on this one happened right after he was on stage as Ike Turner, and I wonder if he was suffering from vocal strain. Well buckle up hoopy froods, because more than any other book in the series so far, False Value is an ode to Douglas Adams (with Terry Pratchett's hat on). Once we reach page 200 or so (give or take; I can’t be bothered to review for accuracy), the timeline settles down and the story becomes more linear.Then I would again state that I like them all, and very much enjoy listening to the first album also.



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