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The Secret Files of the Diogenes Club by Kim Newman
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Oct 01, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: steampunk
Read in September, 2011

There is one thing I love about Kim's work, it's that he always adds in little easter eggs into it. Be it references to other works or his own (though in a different timeline, etc), it always is interesting to see the connection. In this series of stories he added a character from the Warhammer series about a vampire, which I thought was too cool.

Anyway, onto the book itself. Much like the book before this, this one collects a rather entertaining series of stories together. I enjoyed them all to be frank, even the ones about the boy detective which normally I wouldn't be all for. Kim's writing style is engaging, his subject matter interesting, and as mentioned, his media tie ins are fun and entertaining.

All in all, I highly recommend this book to my friends. It's a fun and enjoyable read, and you won't be left down by it.

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