[LMB] OT: Rivers of London-Publisher ethics

mieke mvanspanje at home.nl
Thu Nov 15 12:19:21 GMT 2018

I like it that I have been and recognised a lot of places that are 
mentioned in the books.
Next time I am in London I will have to look over my shoulder for ghosts 

Op 15-11-2018 om 13:15 schreef Kalina Varbanova:
> On Thu, Nov 15, 2018 at 1:52 PM Caroline Tabach <ctabach at gmail.com> wrote:
>> However, the paperbacks of the first books were very cheap on the book
>> depository.
> Some of us still prefer ebooks, since it will take weeks for a dtv book to
> get to me...
>> I have not read them, why do people recommend this series?
> I don't know why anyone else does, but for me it's a lovely different view
> of urban fantasy, with vivid characters I can't wait to find more about and
> a fine weave of different supernatural backgrounds and ideas to explore.
> Characters are usually enough for me, and the world building is an extra
> bonus. And I generally can't put them down once I start. I hope if you do
> give them a try, you enjoy!
> Greetings,
> K
> Considering the original point about publishers and high ebook prices yet
> more.
>> --
> "When you say travel", she said, "you don't think small." -- Fawn
> Bluefield, LMB
> "What do monsters have nightmares about?"
> "Me, ha!" - Doctor Who
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