They could have done with a bit detail or newcomers as there were certain details about the world that aren t explained here Not a problem Brownstone's Mythical Collection: Arthur the Golden Rope: 1 for me but definitelyor newcomers These books are excellent and expand the rivers of London universe Saw them on a good sale price and glad I bought them I m sure that each readers mileage will vary but I rather thought that the Black Mould story was much weaker than the other two It deserved a Hotel Valhalla Guide to the Norse Worlds: Your Introduction to Deities, Mythical Beings Fantastic Creatures full telling of the story which seemed an illit Brody and the Lonely Kraken: A Children's Picture Book for the graphic novelormat I love the Rivers of London novels and got these as they sort of Brotherband 7: The Caldera fill in aew gaps esp the Brooklyn House Magician's Manual first. N police unit Full time cop and part time wizard he works on rather unusual crimes those that involve magic and the general weirdness that permeates London's dark underbellyIn theirst volume Body Work Police Constable Peter Grant and his boss Thomas Nightingale London's only wizarding cops tackle a case that begins with a perfectly innocent car on a homicidal killing spree without a driver But then before you know it there's a Bosnian refugee the Most Haunted Car in England a bunch of teenagers loaded on Ketamine and a seemingly harmless wooden bench with the darkest of pastsIn the second volume Night Witch Peter and Nightingale are press ganged into.
This is the graphic novel editions I returned it as I wanted the novels not the comic type picture ones Check the description very carefully as it s not very clear that these are graphic novels However very easy to return to through Doddle desk at my local supermarket Basically buy 2 get 1 Camp Half-Blood Confidential free box set Ben Aaronovitch and his Rivers of London series is completely awesome The graphic novels are an excellent add inadjunct to the novels and novellas As a hugean of the book series I was really pleased with this selection of graphic novels that contain all the Odin's Ravens: Book 2 (Blackwell Pages) fun and danger of Rivers of London series However. Dive in at the beginning of the bestselling cops and wizards seriesrom chart topping author and comics writer Ben Aaronovitch with this Box Set Edition of the Thor Loki: In the Land of Giants [A Norse Myth] (Graphic Myths and Legends) first three graphic novels Including Art Cardseaturing the cover art Thorfinn and the Dreadful Dragon and Other Adventures: Thorfinn the Nicest Viking from the individual books Including Volume 1 Bodywork Volume 2 Night Witch Volume 3 Black MouldA stunning box set edition of the bestsellingirst three graphic novels in the Rivers of London seuence starring Ben Aaronovitch's laconic trainee wizard and budding detective Peter Grant All new adventures or Peter and the Folly that are essential parts of the smash hit novel continuity Peter Grant is part of a very special Londo.
Book which is mentioned in The Hanging Tree or exampleI am not a comic novel reader and to be honest these are not going to make me one Yes they are clever and well done but they are almost like storyboards Loki's Wolves: Book 1 (Blackwell Pages) for a TV show orilm and probably half hour episodes too Compared to the levels of complexity and Hammer of Thor: 2 fun in the novels these would each barely make a chapterThe phrase Style over substance springs to mind Ben Aaronovitch can do no wrong always top notch writing and uirky interesting stories Really enjoyed the books and they arrived on time The box holding them was damaged when it was delivered to me however. Helping a Russian oligarch hunt his missing daughter where they are caught up in a battle between Russian gunmen a monstrousorest creature and their nemesis The Faceless Man But as Grant and Nightingale close in on the missing girl they discover that nothing about this case is what it seems In the third volume Black Mould something dark and slimy is dripping through the walls of suburban London Not the usual stuff that smells El Sueño: La mística historia de una ilusión (Spanish Edition) funny and can be hell on the lungs this mould is possessed by dark power and worse intentions Looks like it's another caseor London's one and only trainee wizard cop Peter Grant joined here by his reluctant partner Sahra Guleed.
Ben Aaronovitch was born in 1964 Discovering in his early twenties that he had precisely one talent he took up screenwriting at which he was an overnight success He wrote for Doctor Who Casualty and the world’s cheapest ever SF soap opera Jupiter Moon He then wrote for Virgin’s New Adventures until they pulped all his books