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    A too short story!

    Why is Ben Aaronovich so cruel? Now I have to wait for him to write the next book in this wonderful series! I think Peter Grant is one of the best fiction hereos I have ever encountered. Why has this series not been picked for TV or movies? Oh and Ben, please write faster!!!
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    Fab as ever

    Another in the excellent PC Grant series. While it doesn't further the story in the main series, several familiar names pop up. Brilliantly written but just not long enough! (Disclosure- it could be the length of War and Peace and still not be long enough)
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    Just too short!

    A return to the delights of the earlier books but with the drawback that as a novella it is just too darn short. Abigail has a greater role this time and looks like will give Peter a run for his money in the future. Oh for the next!
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    The Furthest Station

    An entertaining and enthralling novella, well up to the authors usual high standard. If you like the weird place where police procedural meets magic, and are currently stuck in the twilight zone known as the Metropolitan line, this will keep you going both to and from Zone 4 to one 1 and back.
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    Not good value

    The story was not particularly well developed, mostly due to the shortness of the book. To be charging $14.99 for this novella is ridiculous - that’s the same price as his full length books, which Are a great read.
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