I’ve been reviewing this series since book 1 and I’m rather sad that it’s over. I loved checking my email and, twice a year, finding an email containing a review file for the newest Andy Smithson book. It was like a miniature, surprise present. This last installment arrived in my email just in time for my birthday. It was perfect timing, wasn’t it? Continue reading
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I enjoyed the way that the author portrayed ‘Mirror Worlds’. There is a magical equivalent of New York’s Manhattan, called Manahata. While in Manahata, one could see the shadow of Manhattan. You could see the shape of buildings of New York, but they were insubstantial and you could walk through them. Continue reading
This was by far my favorite in the series.
It is true, I have loved all of the Andy Smithson books, but this one drew me in even more than the others. Continue reading
I received a copy through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
This was a quick read for me. The writing style and easy plot allowed me to speed through the story, though this isn’t a bad thing.
At first I felt that Continue reading
I like the concept of a modern Robyn Hood as well as the way the author translated it into the modern day. Continue reading
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