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Unlike the 10th installment of the Laundry Files, it only took me a couple of weeks to finish this one. While it used much of the same cast as its Peter Pan–inspired predecessor, and added a Mary Poppins-inspired character, the plot and the characters made more sense this time around. And the macabre touches made it fit a little better into the Lovecraftian universe that this series originally inhabited a little more consistently.
Still looking forward to seeing Bob Howard come back, which we are apparently promised in the next book, which is a prequel “novella.”
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Michael C. Smith
Marshall, Texas lawyer. I post on things that attract my interest while puttering in my study. Mostly family, books, home, history, World War II and scale modeling.