In this instalment of the Invisible Library series, our intrepid hero, Irene, joins a team investigating a murder at an unprecedented peace summit between the Fae and the Dragons. More magic, mayhem, mystery and romance – I liked it okay.
This is a fun instalment in the Invisible Library series, mostly set in prohibition era 1920s America, with gangsters and speakeasys etc (think Bugsy Malone!).
The Burning Page (The Invisible Library book 3) Genevieve Cogman – 30.03.21 So, I read the next two books in the Invisible Library series. I’m still trying to decide what I think of the series. I can’t really say anything negative about it – it doesn’t really annoy me (apart from the ‘sexual tension’ betweenContinue reading “The Masked City (The Invisible Library book 2) Genevieve Cogman – 23.03.21”
I very much enjoy the genre of books sometimes referred to as ‘urban fantasy’ such as the Ben Aaronovitch Rivers of London series, or the Sarah Painter Crow Investigations books, and I also enjoy Jodi Taylors time travelling historian books in the St Mary’s series, and these Genevieve Cogman books are often referred to inContinue reading “The Invisible Library – Genevieve Cogman – 15.02.21”