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The Dustpan Cometh

(The Cleaners #3)

4.53  ·  Rating details ·  19 ratings  ·  4 reviews
In the aftermath of an emotion-manipulating virus that nearly wiped out the Cleaners, Dani has immersed herself in company work and training. After all, who has time for self-reflection when there are monsters to be mopped up? However, during one shift, she finds herself face-to-face with Sydney, the entropy wielding Scum able to turn anything to dust with a touch. He’s co ...more
Published April 26th 2017 by WordFire Press
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Sanzaki Kojika
Mar 10, 2017 rated it it was amazing
A fabulous addition to the Cleaner series. I was especially charmed by the intensive amount of character development for not only Dani and Ben, but for Jared, Sydney, and even Francis. Their growth adds that imperfectly realistic element to the story, and you find yourself struggling alongside with them as they grow. Ben particularly is my favorite character, so I enjoyed seeing him in his fight to regain his powers. Dani's elementals always make for interesting story, and I'm curious as to how ...more
Mar 26, 2018 marked it as did-not-finish  ·  review of another edition
I've finally burned out on apostrophes. After reading an excellent example of dialect expression in Best Served Cold, where the character's class and origin are indicated by word choice and extremely judicious punctuation, I have no more patience for Ben. Too bad, as the series has otherwise been pretty enjoyable. ...more
Jan 13, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I enjoyed this book a lot. It was a fun and exciting adventure with some quirky twists to it. Now I'm going to have to read the first two books in The Cleaners Series. And then I'll wish for a fourth in the series! I hope that happens.
Apr 10, 2017 rated it it was amazing
A fun, easy read with an original premise and compelling characters, I thoroughly enjoyed this installment of The Cleaners series.

The world The Cleaners is set in is both delightful and disgusting. While it contains elements of many other urban fantasy series, it comes together in a wholly unique atmosphere which is full of surprises. The action sequences are fantastic, and, although the characters are armed with mops and plungers, they give the story a sense of urgency and danger.

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Author Josh Vogt’s work covers fantasy, science fiction, horror, humor, pulp, and more. His debut fantasy novel is Pathfinder Tales: Forge of Ashes, alongside the launch of his urban fantasy series, The Cleaners, with Enter the Janitor, The Maids of Wrath, and The Dustpan Cometh. He’s a freelance writer and editor, a Scribe Award and Compton Crook Award nominee, and a member of both SFWA and the I ...more

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