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Agents of Light and Darkness by Simon R. Green
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Sep 11, 2007

really liked it
bookshelves: dark-fantasy, paranormal, psi-powers, horror, magic, modern-fantasy
Read in September, 2007

John Taylor continues to use his talent for finding things, this time the Unholy Grail, the cup that Judas Iscariot drank from at the Last Supper. Various forces are tearing the Nightside apart to find it, so John joins forces with Suzie Shooter to chase leads that frequently turn up dead (literally) before they get there. While there wasn't a lot of revelation about John's character or his search for who/what his mother really is, there is a huge revelation of Suzie's background that explains quite a bit about her character and makes her much more interesting than just John's gun-happy sidekick. A good read, but far too short as the Nightside series books all seem to be.

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