Rich descriptions and quality world-building make this science-fiction book one to read.
A powerful opening and close helped to overcome a half-baked narrative that didn’t reach the potential of adult science-fiction.
A historical commentary on gender and sexuality as much as it is a brilliant read of surviving the odds.
The fourth book in the ‘Rivers of London’ series is rough in construction but is helped by a memorable ending.
Published in 1815 – but still a highly enjoyable read in 2020.
The latest book in the Robert Langdon series succeeds due to the strength of its final third.