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  • Very enjoyable read

    For once, when the blurb says, "similar to Ben Aaronovitch", it's actually telling the truth. I really enjoyed this novel. It's set in Manchester instead of London and is very funny with lots of puns. It has some great characters too and it's hard to choose a favourite one. It says that this is Book 1 and I certainly hope that there are more to read in this series.

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  • Great Book, Worst Puns, Biggest Laughs

    Breaking the lore is also a groundbreaking book within this genre. Loved it for it's light heartedness, the Laurel and Hardy team of Paris and Bonetti, for the bad puns that made me laugh out loud ~ rare for me when reading. A brave bit of serious nonsense from Andy.

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  • Good book, different, liked it, funny..

    Good book, different, liked it, funny characters, entertaining.

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  • A lovely trip into the absurd

    I loved this story, Andy Redsmith embraced the wonderful crossover between real and imaginary (I hope) worlds. I already have the next one on my wishlist

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  • Not a Great Read

    This was suggested as suitable for fans of Ben Aaronovitch, but the standard is much lower. An interesting idea let down by one dimensional characters. Really not recommended.

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