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The Naming of the Beasts by Mike Carey
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Mar 14, 12

bookshelves: urban-fantasy
Read from February 26 to March 14, 2012

After having to abandon my last book out of complete disinterest, it was good to have another adventure of Felix to read. Felix has been on quite a roller coaster since his first book and has established both loyal friends and powerful enemies over these 5 novels. Not the least of which are pulling at him from both ends. Asmodeus is loose on the streets of London and Jenna-Jane brings Castor into the MOU to help him track the demon down. There are some spectacular moments between Jenna-Jane and Castor. Absolutely spectacular. And the final battle... it's brilliantly written, but took so long to reach I honestly thought the book would end on a cliff hanger.

This is the end of the Ditko story arc. I understand Carey is planning a new Castor adventure. I know I'd certainly welcome it.
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