Kate Griffin flawlessly balances horror and humour to . . . pull off a funny yet frightening read about the supernatural-induced demise of London . . . both unique and addictive (SCIFI NOW)
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Could there be anything better than a Matthew Swift novel? Yes, this!Published 3 months ago by captain scapegoat
I bought this after reading and enjoying some of Kate Griffin's novels, under her other pen name Claire North (Touch and The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August). Read morePublished 10 months ago by S Martin
Loved this book,really loved it.If you know London at all......or even if you don't........I think you'll be as enthralled by this "magical"take on it as I was. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Barnaby B.
This is like trying to do a Rubik,s cube, when it will only work on the blue squares of the quilt of life....I know WTF!Published 23 months ago by Jenny Hayden
I have been ploughing through the Matthew Swift books (which makes it sound like hard work, and it ain't) and I commented that The Minority Council was fitting the formula Griffin... Read morePublished on 10 May 2014 by Crossmouse
The first few short punchy chapters seemed appealing but it soon stopped holding my interest and I was frankly bored half way through. Read morePublished on 28 Mar. 2014 by C. Goodwin
A fabulously ironic and tongs in cheek twist on the urban fantasy genre.
Definitely well worth 5 stars and loved it
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I found the language rather trying....that's the working class London lingo, coupled with swearing (which I find boring). Read morePublished on 2 Mar. 2014 by BarbaraM