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Leximandra Reports, and other tales by Charlotte E. English
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Mar 08, 2015

really liked it
bookshelves: fantasy, read-in-2012, strange-charm
Read in April, 2012

This is a collection of four short stories set in the Draykon world. I found them to be charming and often funny vignettes, featuring characters I've already come to love through reading Draykon and Lokant. These stories take place before the events of Draykon, and all the characterisation feels completely consistent. It really is a short collection - I polished it off in one short evening - but well worth a read. I particularly loved the starring roles of the animal characters in the last two stories; very sweet.

If you haven't already delved into the series, I can imagine these tales would give a good taster, and there's a chunky sample of Draykon for good measure. While for those of us who are already fans, it's a nice filler between full-length books.

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