on 5 September 2011
Well, well, Simon R. Greene has outdone himself! This volume is packed with fascinating mind breakers. I got 1/2 the way into it before I began to curse myself for not taking notes. This is probably the best Eddie Drood novel I have read...I think even Eddie's elan beats Owen Deathstalker's by a mile.
Here's a few samples: "I've protected humanity from those who would prey on it...which as often as not turned out to be politicians."..."Hell always lies."..."They have to die; not for justice, not for revenge or even the awful thngs they planned to do, but because if we let them live they'd try to do it again...or something worse."... ..."Neither good nor evil has any use for shades of grey"..."You just don't sell your soul - you spit on it and throw it away."...
So sit back and enjoy. This is a good read and made my blood boil when I saw the parallels with true evil happening today... because "It's the nature of conspiracies to go unnoticed".
on 4 January 2013
Simon r Green's series is set in a sort of supernatural secret agent world dealing with the things that live in the fringes of the world and no other government dept can deal with them.(yup, world government's know about the supernatural) The main character is called Eddie Drood and comes from the massive Drood family(where else?). The books are a great mix of action,adventure,horror, humour. They are great page turners and you want to keep reading to find out what happens next.
If you've read some of the authors other books you'll know what to expect.
on 2 August 2011
really liked this book, just as the other books were very enjoyable. the recipe for success has not changed, plenty of action, plenty of humour and plenty of quick wit. a nice cliff hanger at the end, buy this book, you'll enjoy it.