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The book was also very well edited making it very easy to read.
It's rare to find plots this good, in fact.
'The Aldbury Devil' is particularly good.
My only criticism (hence 4, rather than 5, stars) is that Augustus Fuller himself, the central character, is a bit dull. Actually, even after three stories, you don't get to know him all that well. This is especially odd given some of the other weird and wonderful characters presented by Rickon in these stories.
Definitely worth getting for fans of this genre, though.
This book is well worth a read, but it may be disappointing to anyone who wants a full explanation of what is actually going on. It's a pleasant distraction, though does in places lack explanation that strikes of a bit of deus ex machina
The three stories were full of adventure and I really enjoyed the fact that each one followed its own style, from the straight up spy thrills in Casus Belli, to the mystery of The Terror Weapon and the unexpected frights of The Aldbury Devil. I would highly recommend this to anyone up for a fun read and fans of Flashman or Bond.
(Also, a fun game is to count how many times one of the characters gets thoroughly sozzled!)
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An excellent read and well worth purchasing. Waiting till pay day so I can buy some more adventures of Augustus FullerPublished on 2 Jan. 2014 by Amazon Customer
Consists of 3 well written short stories. They are emminently readable, my only criticism is that they seem to end very suddenly - it's like the build-up is written at normal pace,... Read morePublished on 26 Nov. 2013 by Mr. C. Rust
Quite a good read. Augustus is an interesting character, his associates and the descriptions of Edwardian England are excellent. Read morePublished on 22 Oct. 2013 by Amazon Customer
Augustus Fuller is possibly the most enigmatic and decadent character to have graced the pages of British spy fiction in the history of the written word. Read morePublished on 22 April 2013 by Mrs D Liaison
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