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    Very good

    A really good mixture of funny meanderings and quite exciting thrill rides. Good enough for me to get the next book in the series... :-)
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    Magical Mystery

    What an adventure--full of twists and turns! Plenty of surprises and interesting characters kept me turning the pages!
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    Murders grammar

    While the stories in this series were interesting, Aaronovitch’s proud acknowledgement and insistence on poor grammar, particularly using “me and” whoever/whatever is so distracting, ruined my enjoyment of reading these stories. I am not a grammar snob, but there are some bad habits that are like nails on a chalkboard. I believe authors have a responsibility to set a good example in the written word - narrative of a story. The dialogue can be as colloquial as necessary.
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    Five Stars

    Midnight Riot by Ben Aaronovitch is a good start to the series. It was interesting to read an urban fantasy based in London. The city itself was like a character. The twists in the story were surprising, the characters were likable, and the setting was vivid. It was an enjoyable read.
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    Not Quite The Expected Riot

    Generally enjoyable. Stross-like. Some detail errors.
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