Stamatios’s review of Rivers of London (Peter Grant, #1) > Likes and Comments

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message 1: by Eric (new)

Eric Great review! I am so annoyed by this book. Gaiman's Neverwhere was indeed way better.


message 2: by Vasso (new)

Vasso Couldn't agree more! Well said!


message 3: by Pia (new)

Pia Roeh. My thoughts exactly!


message 4: by Guillermo (last edited Jan 31, 2019 03:01AM) (new)

Guillermo Hang Couldn't said it better!


message 5: by Haley (new)

Haley Wow you took the thoughts straight from my head. I kept thinking that it was like a bad version of Neil Gaiman books too!


message 6: by Mike (new)

Mike Totally agree. Well meaning but missed the mark.


message 7: by Rob (new)

Rob Webster He uses the spell's name before he learns it because the book is recounted in past tense. i.e. Peter the narrator knows the spell's name, Peter the character doesn't.


message 8: by Missistnbl (new)

Missistnbl Totally agree. I listened to the audiobook - and struggled


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