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A Walk on the Nightside By Simon R. Green,

  • Title: A Walk on the Nightside
  • Author: Simon R. Green
  • ISBN: 9780441014484
  • Page: 107
  • Format: Paperback
  • Now in one volume the first three novels of the Nightside from the New York Times bestselling author John Taylor was born in the Nightside a city within the city of London where it s always three A.M and where inhuman creatures and otherworldly gods walk side by side It s the stomping grounds for the lost and missing and John Taylor is an expert at finding people and tNow in one volume the first three novels of the Nightside from the New York Times bestselling author John Taylor was born in the Nightside a city within the city of London where it s always three A.M and where inhuman creatures and otherworldly gods walk side by side It s the stomping grounds for the lost and missing and John Taylor is an expert at finding people and things in the shadows.
    A Walk on the Nightside Now in one volume the first three novels of the Nightside from the New York Times bestselling author John Taylor was born in the Nightside a city within the city of London where it s always three A M

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    1. What i liked the most was the urban fantasy feel, he has of way of making you say wow as your reading the story A lot of cool concepts about what a world of magic might be like The stories were very entertaining and I felt compelled to sit for long periods just reading his stuff I know I like a book when it can draw me into the story and I lose myself.

    2. Admitting you like the Nightside series by Simon Greene is exactly like saying Hi, I m AJ and I m an addict It just feels SO good to Get It Out There There I ve said it and maybe, just maybe, someone else in the scary dark will admit it too Fair warning though If you read volume one and then two Buckle up boyo, you re in for the lot It s my guiltiest pleasure that s true but I d put this irreverent, wildly scoped, WHOOP of a way noir fantasy ride right next to Neil Gaimen s, Neverwhere, on my I [...]

    3. A very enjoyable read and as good as Harry Dresden Butcher fan s should pick it up A wild romp through the first 3 books for the talented finder Mr John Taylor Simon Green paints a panoramic canvas of creatures, time warps, monsters, angels and demons and even some stuff I had never heard of I highly recommend it for fans of the paranormal bent.

    4. After I started reading and became addicted to The Dresden Files, I ve been looking into and trying some other urban fantasy series One thing that is fairly unique about these novels is their length The book I m reviewing here was under 400 pages and consisted of three separate novels They re technically all long enough to be novels, but they re probably closer to novellas I found the length a nice change of pace The world Green has created is a very interesting one Whereas Jim Butcher s Dresden [...]

    5. John Taylor is our narrator, a private investigator complete with the expected trench coat John isn t just a private eye he has a mystical third private eye through which he can find things at least in London s Nightside The Nightside is a square mile of narrow streets and back alley in the centre of city linking slums and tenement that were old when the last century was new It s always three o clock in the morning, and the dawn never comes It s filled with demons, trolls, ghosts, giants, fairie [...]

    6. Read the first Something From the Nightside It s like a B version of The Dresden Files, seems to me Story has potential writing isn t that great like mine HA The author repeats himself quite a few times I ve never carried a gun, anyone Still, the story could really be taken somewhere I ll read the next one or two and see if they re any better There are 13 in the series, after all surely there s room for improvement Update July 2, 2012 Just a few chapters into book 2, and I ve changed my mind The [...]

    7. I read this book really three books poolside on summer vacation with my small kids Since I usually don t like noir or spooky, I m glad I read it in full sunshine Quick read, enjoyable romp with quality pulp writing in a unique setting Now I look forward to reading about John Taylor and Nightside

    8. These nightside books are a little campy, but it is an interesting approach to the detective novel Throw in there that I love sci fi and fantasy, of which this series has both, and I enjoyed these books quite a bit They are pretty short, so this three for one package I recommend.

    9. I loved the vividness of the Nightside itself and its residents no punches pulled in the creepiness, and surprisingly inventive too But I thought the characters were maybe a little too clich , and that s why I think the book didn t really grab me.

    10. Other than an incredibly annoying tendency to stick in the Nightside at the end of every other line, Simon Green has constructed an interesting world I don t find myself able to believe in it, and I don t feel the fascination I think he wants me to feel, but it s interesting.

    11. Omnibus edition collecting together the first three Nightside books Something from the Nightside, Agents of Light and Darkness and Nightingale s Lament.Urban fantasy in the vein of the Dresden Files offering Simon R Green s wonderful pulp fiction blend of pop culture references and humour.

    12. Includes Something From the Nightside read NEW 10 19 2003Agents of Light and DarknessandNightingale s Lament

    13. Oh wow this was one of those books I started and couldn t put down and was surprised when I got to the end of book III Doesn t hurt that his name s John Taylor cause I m a Duran Duran fan.

    14. What an incredibly fast and easy read Lots of action def geared towards a male audience i think due to the lack of girly dialougue but i did really enjoy it.

    15. Omnibus of books 1 3 of Nightside series.Something from the Nightside Book 1 Agents of Light and Darkness Book 2 Nightingale s Lament Book 3

    16. I didn t like his writing style It all seemed too cliche so I only got through the first story before I quit.

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