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  • Freakishly good

    Having only read a couple of short stories from this author about a Druid I came into this book hoping to enjoy it but with no preconceived perceptions and I can only say that I'm exceedingly impressed. Giving us a hero who is sixty three years old and unapologetically human meant that it was original and turned out to be very entertaining. Al has learnt to draw magical sigils and he's part of an elite team wielding this magical gift to control the balance between Fae and Humans. Set largely in Scotland we follow Al as he investigates exactly what his late apprentice was actually doing and believe me this journey was extraordinary, fabulous and just sheer fun to read. I really liked Al as he is pragmatic, insightful and ready to do whatever it takes to protect others. The characters that surround him are just too funny for words and yet felt real. There's bawdy humour to offset the truly vile things that Al discovers but there's also poignancy as he struggles with the loss of those who he has cared for. This book was a joy to read and I will certainly want to read the next in this series. This voluntary take is of a copy I requested from Netgalley and my thoughts and comments are honest and I believe fair

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  • Hilarious!

    I don't think I ever thought about reading a Scottish set mystery involving the Fae... Glad I did that is for sure. Think a little bit of DnD, some classic mystery, comedy all rolled into a tale that I could keep on reading book after book. Keen to see how this story plays out!

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