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  • A marvellous sequel

    „The Lost Future of Pepperharrow“ is the wonderful sequel to „The Watchmaker of Filigree Street“. If you enjoyed „Watchmaker“, there is no reason for you to dislike this book. Natasha Pulley stayed true to her style and her characters. It is (certainly) possible to read it as a stand-alone, but I definitely do not recommend it. The story continues where „The Watchmaker“ ended. Mori, Thaniel and Six are living together at Filigree Street. Shortly before Christmas, Thaniel is sent to Japan to investigate ghost sightings. Of course Mori and Six come along. In Japan, Thaniel not only has to deal with the ghosts, but also with Mori‘s wife, Mrs Pepperharrow. And then there seems to be a war on the horizon and for some people Mori is a weapon to powerful to not use. But Mori already knew that, or didn’t he? Genres: Historical Fiction, Fantasy/Magical Realism

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  • Another brilliant read

    A beautifully crafted narrative that explores a world where science, magic and things of wonder collide with the ordinariness of human life.

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  • Incredibly good to read

    The first two books were both excellent but I have to say I felt far more involved with the characters this time - perhaps that familiarity helped. Regardless, the plot was wonderful to follow - and, of course, to try to second-guess! Can there possibly be more?

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  • Difficult read

    A difficult book to read. Looses the reader by introducing odd people at odd tked

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