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Strangehaven: Conspiracies (Strangehaven #3)

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In the isolated, quirky village of Strangehaven - hidden in the depths of the English countryside - the village's police Sergeant starts investigating a mysterious hanging, an apparent suicide, and a disappearance which all took place on the same fateful night. But the village's clandestine society, the Knights of the Golden Light, creates divided loyalties amongst the vil ...more
Paperback, 176 pages
Published October 5th 2005 by Abiogenesis
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D.M.
It's a shame that this is (at least for now, says Millidge) effectively the end of Strangehaven. Millidge had cemented his artistic style, formed an utterly believable world with living breathing characters, and was just winding into a peak of activity when circumstances forced him away from his self-published opus. It would have been wonderful to see where all this was headed, as the events here are perfectly poised to take off. As it is, we're left with a well-balanced set of cliffhangers and ...more
Artur Coelho
Bem vindos à vila de Strangehaven. Sintam-se confortáveis. É melhor. Se a vila gostar de vós nunca mais vos deixará partir. É sobre este fundo misterioso que numa aparentemente pacata vila inglesa se movem personagens aparentemente banais. O encanto de Strangehaven está nesta dicotomia. Um misto de banalidade telenovelística com relações que se quebram e estabelecem, traições, amores e as tropelias simples do dia a dia colidem com uma paranormalidade indefinida de espaços que se dobram sobre si ...more
Mallika Soni
Well. I want to begin by talking about the extraordinary art. The novel actually had a story which most graphic novels avoid concentrating on. It was an amazing experience to read the series as it takes you to a Strange Haven.
Ev
Apr 25, 2010 Ev rated it 5 of 5 stars
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Utterly fantastic. It's very Twin Peaks + LOST-these were written before LOST, so in it's case I am drawing from a show these novels may have had a hand in influencing. I also hear claim that The Prisoner was a high influence, and judging from the little bit I've seen of the show, yes, indeed.
In other words all is not what it appears to be...
Excellent writing/characters/style. Love the authenticity throughout.

I can't recommend these enough.
Stephanie
Mar 25, 2012 Stephanie rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommended to Stephanie by: Sarah Herve
I started this book thinking the series was a trilogy. Come to find out there are more volumes! No loose ends tied, now I have to seek out the rest of the series.
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