The Lost Plot

The Lost Plot

A covert mission A royal demand And a race against time The fourth title in Genevieve Cogman's witty and wonderful The Invisible Library series, The Lost Plot is an action-packed literary adventure. In a 1930s-esque New York, Prohibition is in force, fedoras, flapper dresses and tommy guns are in fashion, and intrigue is afoot. Intrepid Librarians Irene and Kai find themselves A covert mission A royal demand And a race against time The fourth title in Genevieve Cogman's witty and...

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Title:The Lost Plot
Author:Genevieve Cogman
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Genres:Fantasy
ISBN:The Lost Plot
ISBN13
9781509830718
Edition Language
English
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:ebook
Number of Pages:376 pages pages

The Lost Plot Reviews

  • Chris
    Aug 09, 2018

    Another excellent entry in this very enjoyable series. And what a sweet ending. It left me with a smile on my face! I have loved the concept of a hidden library between many different worlds since I read book one and now it is even better because we have dragons! In this book there ...

    After the last books thrilling plot was I eagerly awaiting the next book in this series. The Lost Plot takes librarians Irene and Kai to an alternative world set in 1930s America with gangsters (and dragons). They have to save the life of a librarian who has been caught up in a fight b...

    ".....And if X gives Qing Song the book that lets him get Minister Zhao?s position, then Librarians become tools for hire. They become servants. And they become generally known as allies of the dragons, which means they?re automatically enemies of the Fae. Not to mention that if we...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/01/25/... Now that the Invisible Library series has become firmly established, the storylines are just getting better and better. Thematically, The Lost Plot is more mysterious and adventurous, drawing heavily from Dra...

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. I had such a good time reading this book! This is the fourth book in The Invisible Library series and while it tells its own story, I do think that this series is best if read in order. One thing that I love about this ...

    I love these books. This is a rare situation where each book in the series is better than the last. What begins as a straightforward action adventure story becomes more of a mystery that is not easily solved. Dragon politics has taken a nasty turn, and evidence points to the i...

    Update: 3.5 stars. Still really good, but it feels slightly different from the other books in the series. Though I loved the progression in Irene and Kai's relationship! I'm so excited for this! There's now a cover for it, and the title has been revealed! The summary is intri...

    I admit I am very much a fan of Irene Winters and the Invisible Library series. So much so that I will actually be purchasing a copy of this, book 4, to become part of my Nursing Home Collection (all those books that will make the transition with me to said nursing home when the time d...

    Just as were getting used to books gone missing, it is happening to Librarians as well ? And, ?who re you gonna call ?? Irene!? After an installment # three which showed a wee bit weak in the storyline, Genevieve Cogman (and Irene) is doing a worthy come-back. Lots...

    3.5 prohibitive stars Every book the in the invisible library series is a story in and of itself. You almost don?t even have to read them in order and from what I can see so far you could maybe even get away with skipping one and then jumping back in at a later point so far. I say...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy. The Invisible Library series consistently provides an entertaining and enjoyable reading experience. I love Irene and Kai, and I love the concept of the Library. While THE LOST PLOT felt like a side quest to the main, overarching plot of ...

    Buddy read over at BB&B The Invisible Library is one of those series that get better with each new instalment. The style evolves, the story gets better and the characters develop over time. In the beginning both Irene and Kai were a bit two-dimensional but over the last 3 books ...

    Anybody who loves books simply must love Irene Winters and the Library. In this fourth installment of The Invisible Library, Irene once again finds herself tangled in a mess. The setting? 1920s America. The players? Two dragons who are keen to steal a book and win a place of honor in t...

    Vampires, fae, and dragons all give Irene fits in The Lost Plot. Two dragons are tasked with a quest. The one who completes it gains favor with the Queen, and the one who does not faces a disgrace that will require sacrifice to atone.  When a new Librarian finds himself tangled up i...

    This book was on all of my anticipated books lists of 2018 last year but I just lost track of it among all the other hyped novels, but I'm so glad I finally got the chance to get to it. Though I didn't plan this as part of my Five Star Readathon, I thought this would be a perfect book ...

    This is yet another great continuation of a wonderful series. Cogman has created such a fascinating world, with endless possibilities... and in exploring this further she never disappoints. This time around we travel to New York in the 1930s, complete with mobsters, guns, booze and ...

    3-1/2 stars. Another entertaining entry in this series. I enjoyed the time period this one took place in, as it is more "modern" times than previous books. It felt like there was more action throughout this book, rather than in spurts here and there. This made the story move alo...

    This book was provided by the publisher for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I wasn't really sure where The Lost Plot would take this series. After finishing The Burning Page last year, I felt like the ...

    WE HAVE A COVER AND A TITLE. I REPEAT WE HAVE COVER ! AND TITLE! EEEKKK! Sooo beautiful. ...

    I love these books so much ? Irene goes total Columbo at the end of this one too. Brilliant stuff. ...

    *minor spoilers* 3.75 stars Hmmm...so this was the fourth instalment of The Invisible Library series by Genevieve Cogman and whilst I did really enjoy this book (it was witty and all very prim and proper), I didn't love it (like I did the first two). I think the main reason ...

    Wieder ein fantastischer Teil in dieser Reihe. Das letzte Drittel musste ich in einem Rutsch weglesen, an Pause war nicht zu denken :) ...

    Another thriller! This actually felt as if it could be the end of the series. Or not. I think I'd be ok with it ending here. ...

  • Jennifer
    Feb 26, 2018

    Another excellent entry in this very enjoyable series. And what a sweet ending. It left me with a smile on my face! I have loved the concept of a hidden library between many different worlds since I read book one and now it is even better because we have dragons! In this book there ...

    After the last books thrilling plot was I eagerly awaiting the next book in this series. The Lost Plot takes librarians Irene and Kai to an alternative world set in 1930s America with gangsters (and dragons). They have to save the life of a librarian who has been caught up in a fight b...

    ".....And if X gives Qing Song the book that lets him get Minister Zhao?s position, then Librarians become tools for hire. They become servants. And they become generally known as allies of the dragons, which means they?re automatically enemies of the Fae. Not to mention that if we...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/01/25/... Now that the Invisible Library series has become firmly established, the storylines are just getting better and better. Thematically, The Lost Plot is more mysterious and adventurous, drawing heavily from Dra...

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. I had such a good time reading this book! This is the fourth book in The Invisible Library series and while it tells its own story, I do think that this series is best if read in order. One thing that I love about this ...

    I love these books. This is a rare situation where each book in the series is better than the last. What begins as a straightforward action adventure story becomes more of a mystery that is not easily solved. Dragon politics has taken a nasty turn, and evidence points to the i...

    Update: 3.5 stars. Still really good, but it feels slightly different from the other books in the series. Though I loved the progression in Irene and Kai's relationship! I'm so excited for this! There's now a cover for it, and the title has been revealed! The summary is intri...

    I admit I am very much a fan of Irene Winters and the Invisible Library series. So much so that I will actually be purchasing a copy of this, book 4, to become part of my Nursing Home Collection (all those books that will make the transition with me to said nursing home when the time d...

    Just as were getting used to books gone missing, it is happening to Librarians as well ? And, ?who re you gonna call ?? Irene!? After an installment # three which showed a wee bit weak in the storyline, Genevieve Cogman (and Irene) is doing a worthy come-back. Lots...

    3.5 prohibitive stars Every book the in the invisible library series is a story in and of itself. You almost don?t even have to read them in order and from what I can see so far you could maybe even get away with skipping one and then jumping back in at a later point so far. I say...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy. The Invisible Library series consistently provides an entertaining and enjoyable reading experience. I love Irene and Kai, and I love the concept of the Library. While THE LOST PLOT felt like a side quest to the main, overarching plot of ...

    Buddy read over at BB&B The Invisible Library is one of those series that get better with each new instalment. The style evolves, the story gets better and the characters develop over time. In the beginning both Irene and Kai were a bit two-dimensional but over the last 3 books ...

    Anybody who loves books simply must love Irene Winters and the Library. In this fourth installment of The Invisible Library, Irene once again finds herself tangled in a mess. The setting? 1920s America. The players? Two dragons who are keen to steal a book and win a place of honor in t...

    Vampires, fae, and dragons all give Irene fits in The Lost Plot. Two dragons are tasked with a quest. The one who completes it gains favor with the Queen, and the one who does not faces a disgrace that will require sacrifice to atone.  When a new Librarian finds himself tangled up i...

    This book was on all of my anticipated books lists of 2018 last year but I just lost track of it among all the other hyped novels, but I'm so glad I finally got the chance to get to it. Though I didn't plan this as part of my Five Star Readathon, I thought this would be a perfect book ...

    This is yet another great continuation of a wonderful series. Cogman has created such a fascinating world, with endless possibilities... and in exploring this further she never disappoints. This time around we travel to New York in the 1930s, complete with mobsters, guns, booze and ...

    3-1/2 stars. Another entertaining entry in this series. I enjoyed the time period this one took place in, as it is more "modern" times than previous books. It felt like there was more action throughout this book, rather than in spurts here and there. This made the story move alo...

    This book was provided by the publisher for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I wasn't really sure where The Lost Plot would take this series. After finishing The Burning Page last year, I felt like the ...

    WE HAVE A COVER AND A TITLE. I REPEAT WE HAVE COVER ! AND TITLE! EEEKKK! Sooo beautiful. ...

    I love these books so much ? Irene goes total Columbo at the end of this one too. Brilliant stuff. ...

    *minor spoilers* 3.75 stars Hmmm...so this was the fourth instalment of The Invisible Library series by Genevieve Cogman and whilst I did really enjoy this book (it was witty and all very prim and proper), I didn't love it (like I did the first two). I think the main reason ...

    Wieder ein fantastischer Teil in dieser Reihe. Das letzte Drittel musste ich in einem Rutsch weglesen, an Pause war nicht zu denken :) ...

    Another thriller! This actually felt as if it could be the end of the series. Or not. I think I'd be ok with it ending here. ...

    Best book of the series and first five star award. Irene and Kai are sent to a world where gangsters and Prohibition remain to battle Dragon politics, dire wolves, kidnapping and the integrity of The Library. Just a first rate, steam punk adventure fest. ...

    This series just gets better. Irene and Kai are put in harms way as they are sent on a mission to find a possible Librarian who has broken the rule of staying out of Dragon politics. ...

    *ACTUAL RATING 3.5 STARS* I?ve had to have a long think about this one. This series has had highs and lows, with The Masked City a massive disappointment after the joys of the first book in the series, and then returning with a vengeance with The Burning Page. The settings of t...

    Book 4 of the Invisible Library series. Spoilers ahead Irene tries to get a book in a fair book exchange, and finds herself in a lair of vampires. Extricating herself, she meets up with a dragon who tries to make a deal. And notes this was carefully timed to ensure that Kai would no...

    ***Actual rating: 3,75*** ...

    3.5 bumped up to 4 - The Invisible Library novels might be the fluffiest of brain candy, but they're undeniably fun, fast reads and I enjoyed myself thoroughly on this last adventure. Alberich is dead (probably), but that hasn't meant the end of Irene's troubles. The high ranking dr...

  • Magdalena aka A Bookaholic Swede
    Oct 06, 2017

    Another excellent entry in this very enjoyable series. And what a sweet ending. It left me with a smile on my face! I have loved the concept of a hidden library between many different worlds since I read book one and now it is even better because we have dragons! In this book there ...

    After the last books thrilling plot was I eagerly awaiting the next book in this series. The Lost Plot takes librarians Irene and Kai to an alternative world set in 1930s America with gangsters (and dragons). They have to save the life of a librarian who has been caught up in a fight b...

  • All Things Urban Fantasy
    Mar 07, 2018

    Another excellent entry in this very enjoyable series. And what a sweet ending. It left me with a smile on my face! I have loved the concept of a hidden library between many different worlds since I read book one and now it is even better because we have dragons! In this book there ...

    After the last books thrilling plot was I eagerly awaiting the next book in this series. The Lost Plot takes librarians Irene and Kai to an alternative world set in 1930s America with gangsters (and dragons). They have to save the life of a librarian who has been caught up in a fight b...

    ".....And if X gives Qing Song the book that lets him get Minister Zhao?s position, then Librarians become tools for hire. They become servants. And they become generally known as allies of the dragons, which means they?re automatically enemies of the Fae. Not to mention that if we...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/01/25/... Now that the Invisible Library series has become firmly established, the storylines are just getting better and better. Thematically, The Lost Plot is more mysterious and adventurous, drawing heavily from Dra...

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. I had such a good time reading this book! This is the fourth book in The Invisible Library series and while it tells its own story, I do think that this series is best if read in order. One thing that I love about this ...

    I love these books. This is a rare situation where each book in the series is better than the last. What begins as a straightforward action adventure story becomes more of a mystery that is not easily solved. Dragon politics has taken a nasty turn, and evidence points to the i...

    Update: 3.5 stars. Still really good, but it feels slightly different from the other books in the series. Though I loved the progression in Irene and Kai's relationship! I'm so excited for this! There's now a cover for it, and the title has been revealed! The summary is intri...

    I admit I am very much a fan of Irene Winters and the Invisible Library series. So much so that I will actually be purchasing a copy of this, book 4, to become part of my Nursing Home Collection (all those books that will make the transition with me to said nursing home when the time d...

    Just as were getting used to books gone missing, it is happening to Librarians as well ? And, ?who re you gonna call ?? Irene!? After an installment # three which showed a wee bit weak in the storyline, Genevieve Cogman (and Irene) is doing a worthy come-back. Lots...

    3.5 prohibitive stars Every book the in the invisible library series is a story in and of itself. You almost don?t even have to read them in order and from what I can see so far you could maybe even get away with skipping one and then jumping back in at a later point so far. I say...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy. The Invisible Library series consistently provides an entertaining and enjoyable reading experience. I love Irene and Kai, and I love the concept of the Library. While THE LOST PLOT felt like a side quest to the main, overarching plot of ...

  • Elwen
    Mar 22, 2018

    Another excellent entry in this very enjoyable series. And what a sweet ending. It left me with a smile on my face! I have loved the concept of a hidden library between many different worlds since I read book one and now it is even better because we have dragons! In this book there ...

    After the last books thrilling plot was I eagerly awaiting the next book in this series. The Lost Plot takes librarians Irene and Kai to an alternative world set in 1930s America with gangsters (and dragons). They have to save the life of a librarian who has been caught up in a fight b...

    ".....And if X gives Qing Song the book that lets him get Minister Zhao?s position, then Librarians become tools for hire. They become servants. And they become generally known as allies of the dragons, which means they?re automatically enemies of the Fae. Not to mention that if we...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/01/25/... Now that the Invisible Library series has become firmly established, the storylines are just getting better and better. Thematically, The Lost Plot is more mysterious and adventurous, drawing heavily from Dra...

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. I had such a good time reading this book! This is the fourth book in The Invisible Library series and while it tells its own story, I do think that this series is best if read in order. One thing that I love about this ...

    I love these books. This is a rare situation where each book in the series is better than the last. What begins as a straightforward action adventure story becomes more of a mystery that is not easily solved. Dragon politics has taken a nasty turn, and evidence points to the i...

    Update: 3.5 stars. Still really good, but it feels slightly different from the other books in the series. Though I loved the progression in Irene and Kai's relationship! I'm so excited for this! There's now a cover for it, and the title has been revealed! The summary is intri...

    I admit I am very much a fan of Irene Winters and the Invisible Library series. So much so that I will actually be purchasing a copy of this, book 4, to become part of my Nursing Home Collection (all those books that will make the transition with me to said nursing home when the time d...

    Just as were getting used to books gone missing, it is happening to Librarians as well ? And, ?who re you gonna call ?? Irene!? After an installment # three which showed a wee bit weak in the storyline, Genevieve Cogman (and Irene) is doing a worthy come-back. Lots...

    3.5 prohibitive stars Every book the in the invisible library series is a story in and of itself. You almost don?t even have to read them in order and from what I can see so far you could maybe even get away with skipping one and then jumping back in at a later point so far. I say...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy. The Invisible Library series consistently provides an entertaining and enjoyable reading experience. I love Irene and Kai, and I love the concept of the Library. While THE LOST PLOT felt like a side quest to the main, overarching plot of ...

    Buddy read over at BB&B The Invisible Library is one of those series that get better with each new instalment. The style evolves, the story gets better and the characters develop over time. In the beginning both Irene and Kai were a bit two-dimensional but over the last 3 books ...

    Anybody who loves books simply must love Irene Winters and the Library. In this fourth installment of The Invisible Library, Irene once again finds herself tangled in a mess. The setting? 1920s America. The players? Two dragons who are keen to steal a book and win a place of honor in t...

    Vampires, fae, and dragons all give Irene fits in The Lost Plot. Two dragons are tasked with a quest. The one who completes it gains favor with the Queen, and the one who does not faces a disgrace that will require sacrifice to atone.  When a new Librarian finds himself tangled up i...

    This book was on all of my anticipated books lists of 2018 last year but I just lost track of it among all the other hyped novels, but I'm so glad I finally got the chance to get to it. Though I didn't plan this as part of my Five Star Readathon, I thought this would be a perfect book ...

    This is yet another great continuation of a wonderful series. Cogman has created such a fascinating world, with endless possibilities... and in exploring this further she never disappoints. This time around we travel to New York in the 1930s, complete with mobsters, guns, booze and ...

    3-1/2 stars. Another entertaining entry in this series. I enjoyed the time period this one took place in, as it is more "modern" times than previous books. It felt like there was more action throughout this book, rather than in spurts here and there. This made the story move alo...

    This book was provided by the publisher for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I wasn't really sure where The Lost Plot would take this series. After finishing The Burning Page last year, I felt like the ...

    WE HAVE A COVER AND A TITLE. I REPEAT WE HAVE COVER ! AND TITLE! EEEKKK! Sooo beautiful. ...

    I love these books so much ? Irene goes total Columbo at the end of this one too. Brilliant stuff. ...

    *minor spoilers* 3.75 stars Hmmm...so this was the fourth instalment of The Invisible Library series by Genevieve Cogman and whilst I did really enjoy this book (it was witty and all very prim and proper), I didn't love it (like I did the first two). I think the main reason ...

    Wieder ein fantastischer Teil in dieser Reihe. Das letzte Drittel musste ich in einem Rutsch weglesen, an Pause war nicht zu denken :) ...

  • Amber
    Oct 27, 2017

    Another excellent entry in this very enjoyable series. And what a sweet ending. It left me with a smile on my face! I have loved the concept of a hidden library between many different worlds since I read book one and now it is even better because we have dragons! In this book there ...

    After the last books thrilling plot was I eagerly awaiting the next book in this series. The Lost Plot takes librarians Irene and Kai to an alternative world set in 1930s America with gangsters (and dragons). They have to save the life of a librarian who has been caught up in a fight b...

    ".....And if X gives Qing Song the book that lets him get Minister Zhao?s position, then Librarians become tools for hire. They become servants. And they become generally known as allies of the dragons, which means they?re automatically enemies of the Fae. Not to mention that if we...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/01/25/... Now that the Invisible Library series has become firmly established, the storylines are just getting better and better. Thematically, The Lost Plot is more mysterious and adventurous, drawing heavily from Dra...

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. I had such a good time reading this book! This is the fourth book in The Invisible Library series and while it tells its own story, I do think that this series is best if read in order. One thing that I love about this ...

    I love these books. This is a rare situation where each book in the series is better than the last. What begins as a straightforward action adventure story becomes more of a mystery that is not easily solved. Dragon politics has taken a nasty turn, and evidence points to the i...

    Update: 3.5 stars. Still really good, but it feels slightly different from the other books in the series. Though I loved the progression in Irene and Kai's relationship! I'm so excited for this! There's now a cover for it, and the title has been revealed! The summary is intri...

    I admit I am very much a fan of Irene Winters and the Invisible Library series. So much so that I will actually be purchasing a copy of this, book 4, to become part of my Nursing Home Collection (all those books that will make the transition with me to said nursing home when the time d...

    Just as were getting used to books gone missing, it is happening to Librarians as well ? And, ?who re you gonna call ?? Irene!? After an installment # three which showed a wee bit weak in the storyline, Genevieve Cogman (and Irene) is doing a worthy come-back. Lots...

    3.5 prohibitive stars Every book the in the invisible library series is a story in and of itself. You almost don?t even have to read them in order and from what I can see so far you could maybe even get away with skipping one and then jumping back in at a later point so far. I say...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy. The Invisible Library series consistently provides an entertaining and enjoyable reading experience. I love Irene and Kai, and I love the concept of the Library. While THE LOST PLOT felt like a side quest to the main, overarching plot of ...

    Buddy read over at BB&B The Invisible Library is one of those series that get better with each new instalment. The style evolves, the story gets better and the characters develop over time. In the beginning both Irene and Kai were a bit two-dimensional but over the last 3 books ...

    Anybody who loves books simply must love Irene Winters and the Library. In this fourth installment of The Invisible Library, Irene once again finds herself tangled in a mess. The setting? 1920s America. The players? Two dragons who are keen to steal a book and win a place of honor in t...

  • Sahitya
    Oct 01, 2018

    Another excellent entry in this very enjoyable series. And what a sweet ending. It left me with a smile on my face! I have loved the concept of a hidden library between many different worlds since I read book one and now it is even better because we have dragons! In this book there ...

    After the last books thrilling plot was I eagerly awaiting the next book in this series. The Lost Plot takes librarians Irene and Kai to an alternative world set in 1930s America with gangsters (and dragons). They have to save the life of a librarian who has been caught up in a fight b...

    ".....And if X gives Qing Song the book that lets him get Minister Zhao?s position, then Librarians become tools for hire. They become servants. And they become generally known as allies of the dragons, which means they?re automatically enemies of the Fae. Not to mention that if we...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/01/25/... Now that the Invisible Library series has become firmly established, the storylines are just getting better and better. Thematically, The Lost Plot is more mysterious and adventurous, drawing heavily from Dra...

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. I had such a good time reading this book! This is the fourth book in The Invisible Library series and while it tells its own story, I do think that this series is best if read in order. One thing that I love about this ...

    I love these books. This is a rare situation where each book in the series is better than the last. What begins as a straightforward action adventure story becomes more of a mystery that is not easily solved. Dragon politics has taken a nasty turn, and evidence points to the i...

    Update: 3.5 stars. Still really good, but it feels slightly different from the other books in the series. Though I loved the progression in Irene and Kai's relationship! I'm so excited for this! There's now a cover for it, and the title has been revealed! The summary is intri...

    I admit I am very much a fan of Irene Winters and the Invisible Library series. So much so that I will actually be purchasing a copy of this, book 4, to become part of my Nursing Home Collection (all those books that will make the transition with me to said nursing home when the time d...

    Just as were getting used to books gone missing, it is happening to Librarians as well ? And, ?who re you gonna call ?? Irene!? After an installment # three which showed a wee bit weak in the storyline, Genevieve Cogman (and Irene) is doing a worthy come-back. Lots...

    3.5 prohibitive stars Every book the in the invisible library series is a story in and of itself. You almost don?t even have to read them in order and from what I can see so far you could maybe even get away with skipping one and then jumping back in at a later point so far. I say...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy. The Invisible Library series consistently provides an entertaining and enjoyable reading experience. I love Irene and Kai, and I love the concept of the Library. While THE LOST PLOT felt like a side quest to the main, overarching plot of ...

    Buddy read over at BB&B The Invisible Library is one of those series that get better with each new instalment. The style evolves, the story gets better and the characters develop over time. In the beginning both Irene and Kai were a bit two-dimensional but over the last 3 books ...

    Anybody who loves books simply must love Irene Winters and the Library. In this fourth installment of The Invisible Library, Irene once again finds herself tangled in a mess. The setting? 1920s America. The players? Two dragons who are keen to steal a book and win a place of honor in t...

    Vampires, fae, and dragons all give Irene fits in The Lost Plot. Two dragons are tasked with a quest. The one who completes it gains favor with the Queen, and the one who does not faces a disgrace that will require sacrifice to atone.  When a new Librarian finds himself tangled up i...

    This book was on all of my anticipated books lists of 2018 last year but I just lost track of it among all the other hyped novels, but I'm so glad I finally got the chance to get to it. Though I didn't plan this as part of my Five Star Readathon, I thought this would be a perfect book ...

  • Mogsy (MMOGC)
    Jan 23, 2018

    Another excellent entry in this very enjoyable series. And what a sweet ending. It left me with a smile on my face! I have loved the concept of a hidden library between many different worlds since I read book one and now it is even better because we have dragons! In this book there ...

    After the last books thrilling plot was I eagerly awaiting the next book in this series. The Lost Plot takes librarians Irene and Kai to an alternative world set in 1930s America with gangsters (and dragons). They have to save the life of a librarian who has been caught up in a fight b...

    ".....And if X gives Qing Song the book that lets him get Minister Zhao?s position, then Librarians become tools for hire. They become servants. And they become generally known as allies of the dragons, which means they?re automatically enemies of the Fae. Not to mention that if we...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/01/25/... Now that the Invisible Library series has become firmly established, the storylines are just getting better and better. Thematically, The Lost Plot is more mysterious and adventurous, drawing heavily from Dra...

  • ☕ Kimberly
    Dec 20, 2016

    Another excellent entry in this very enjoyable series. And what a sweet ending. It left me with a smile on my face! I have loved the concept of a hidden library between many different worlds since I read book one and now it is even better because we have dragons! In this book there ...

    After the last books thrilling plot was I eagerly awaiting the next book in this series. The Lost Plot takes librarians Irene and Kai to an alternative world set in 1930s America with gangsters (and dragons). They have to save the life of a librarian who has been caught up in a fight b...

    ".....And if X gives Qing Song the book that lets him get Minister Zhao?s position, then Librarians become tools for hire. They become servants. And they become generally known as allies of the dragons, which means they?re automatically enemies of the Fae. Not to mention that if we...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/01/25/... Now that the Invisible Library series has become firmly established, the storylines are just getting better and better. Thematically, The Lost Plot is more mysterious and adventurous, drawing heavily from Dra...

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. I had such a good time reading this book! This is the fourth book in The Invisible Library series and while it tells its own story, I do think that this series is best if read in order. One thing that I love about this ...

    I love these books. This is a rare situation where each book in the series is better than the last. What begins as a straightforward action adventure story becomes more of a mystery that is not easily solved. Dragon politics has taken a nasty turn, and evidence points to the i...

    Update: 3.5 stars. Still really good, but it feels slightly different from the other books in the series. Though I loved the progression in Irene and Kai's relationship! I'm so excited for this! There's now a cover for it, and the title has been revealed! The summary is intri...

    I admit I am very much a fan of Irene Winters and the Invisible Library series. So much so that I will actually be purchasing a copy of this, book 4, to become part of my Nursing Home Collection (all those books that will make the transition with me to said nursing home when the time d...

    Just as were getting used to books gone missing, it is happening to Librarians as well ? And, ?who re you gonna call ?? Irene!? After an installment # three which showed a wee bit weak in the storyline, Genevieve Cogman (and Irene) is doing a worthy come-back. Lots...

    3.5 prohibitive stars Every book the in the invisible library series is a story in and of itself. You almost don?t even have to read them in order and from what I can see so far you could maybe even get away with skipping one and then jumping back in at a later point so far. I say...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy. The Invisible Library series consistently provides an entertaining and enjoyable reading experience. I love Irene and Kai, and I love the concept of the Library. While THE LOST PLOT felt like a side quest to the main, overarching plot of ...

    Buddy read over at BB&B The Invisible Library is one of those series that get better with each new instalment. The style evolves, the story gets better and the characters develop over time. In the beginning both Irene and Kai were a bit two-dimensional but over the last 3 books ...

    Anybody who loves books simply must love Irene Winters and the Library. In this fourth installment of The Invisible Library, Irene once again finds herself tangled in a mess. The setting? 1920s America. The players? Two dragons who are keen to steal a book and win a place of honor in t...

    Vampires, fae, and dragons all give Irene fits in The Lost Plot. Two dragons are tasked with a quest. The one who completes it gains favor with the Queen, and the one who does not faces a disgrace that will require sacrifice to atone.  When a new Librarian finds himself tangled up i...

  • Carole (Carole's Random Life in Books)
    Oct 12, 2017

    Another excellent entry in this very enjoyable series. And what a sweet ending. It left me with a smile on my face! I have loved the concept of a hidden library between many different worlds since I read book one and now it is even better because we have dragons! In this book there ...

    After the last books thrilling plot was I eagerly awaiting the next book in this series. The Lost Plot takes librarians Irene and Kai to an alternative world set in 1930s America with gangsters (and dragons). They have to save the life of a librarian who has been caught up in a fight b...

    ".....And if X gives Qing Song the book that lets him get Minister Zhao?s position, then Librarians become tools for hire. They become servants. And they become generally known as allies of the dragons, which means they?re automatically enemies of the Fae. Not to mention that if we...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/01/25/... Now that the Invisible Library series has become firmly established, the storylines are just getting better and better. Thematically, The Lost Plot is more mysterious and adventurous, drawing heavily from Dra...

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. I had such a good time reading this book! This is the fourth book in The Invisible Library series and while it tells its own story, I do think that this series is best if read in order. One thing that I love about this ...

  • Stephen Richter
    Apr 06, 2018

    Another excellent entry in this very enjoyable series. And what a sweet ending. It left me with a smile on my face! I have loved the concept of a hidden library between many different worlds since I read book one and now it is even better because we have dragons! In this book there ...

    After the last books thrilling plot was I eagerly awaiting the next book in this series. The Lost Plot takes librarians Irene and Kai to an alternative world set in 1930s America with gangsters (and dragons). They have to save the life of a librarian who has been caught up in a fight b...

    ".....And if X gives Qing Song the book that lets him get Minister Zhao?s position, then Librarians become tools for hire. They become servants. And they become generally known as allies of the dragons, which means they?re automatically enemies of the Fae. Not to mention that if we...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/01/25/... Now that the Invisible Library series has become firmly established, the storylines are just getting better and better. Thematically, The Lost Plot is more mysterious and adventurous, drawing heavily from Dra...

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. I had such a good time reading this book! This is the fourth book in The Invisible Library series and while it tells its own story, I do think that this series is best if read in order. One thing that I love about this ...

    I love these books. This is a rare situation where each book in the series is better than the last. What begins as a straightforward action adventure story becomes more of a mystery that is not easily solved. Dragon politics has taken a nasty turn, and evidence points to the i...

    Update: 3.5 stars. Still really good, but it feels slightly different from the other books in the series. Though I loved the progression in Irene and Kai's relationship! I'm so excited for this! There's now a cover for it, and the title has been revealed! The summary is intri...

    I admit I am very much a fan of Irene Winters and the Invisible Library series. So much so that I will actually be purchasing a copy of this, book 4, to become part of my Nursing Home Collection (all those books that will make the transition with me to said nursing home when the time d...

    Just as were getting used to books gone missing, it is happening to Librarians as well ? And, ?who re you gonna call ?? Irene!? After an installment # three which showed a wee bit weak in the storyline, Genevieve Cogman (and Irene) is doing a worthy come-back. Lots...

    3.5 prohibitive stars Every book the in the invisible library series is a story in and of itself. You almost don?t even have to read them in order and from what I can see so far you could maybe even get away with skipping one and then jumping back in at a later point so far. I say...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy. The Invisible Library series consistently provides an entertaining and enjoyable reading experience. I love Irene and Kai, and I love the concept of the Library. While THE LOST PLOT felt like a side quest to the main, overarching plot of ...

    Buddy read over at BB&B The Invisible Library is one of those series that get better with each new instalment. The style evolves, the story gets better and the characters develop over time. In the beginning both Irene and Kai were a bit two-dimensional but over the last 3 books ...

    Anybody who loves books simply must love Irene Winters and the Library. In this fourth installment of The Invisible Library, Irene once again finds herself tangled in a mess. The setting? 1920s America. The players? Two dragons who are keen to steal a book and win a place of honor in t...

    Vampires, fae, and dragons all give Irene fits in The Lost Plot. Two dragons are tasked with a quest. The one who completes it gains favor with the Queen, and the one who does not faces a disgrace that will require sacrifice to atone.  When a new Librarian finds himself tangled up i...

    This book was on all of my anticipated books lists of 2018 last year but I just lost track of it among all the other hyped novels, but I'm so glad I finally got the chance to get to it. Though I didn't plan this as part of my Five Star Readathon, I thought this would be a perfect book ...

    This is yet another great continuation of a wonderful series. Cogman has created such a fascinating world, with endless possibilities... and in exploring this further she never disappoints. This time around we travel to New York in the 1930s, complete with mobsters, guns, booze and ...

    3-1/2 stars. Another entertaining entry in this series. I enjoyed the time period this one took place in, as it is more "modern" times than previous books. It felt like there was more action throughout this book, rather than in spurts here and there. This made the story move alo...

    This book was provided by the publisher for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I wasn't really sure where The Lost Plot would take this series. After finishing The Burning Page last year, I felt like the ...

    WE HAVE A COVER AND A TITLE. I REPEAT WE HAVE COVER ! AND TITLE! EEEKKK! Sooo beautiful. ...

    I love these books so much ? Irene goes total Columbo at the end of this one too. Brilliant stuff. ...

    *minor spoilers* 3.75 stars Hmmm...so this was the fourth instalment of The Invisible Library series by Genevieve Cogman and whilst I did really enjoy this book (it was witty and all very prim and proper), I didn't love it (like I did the first two). I think the main reason ...

    Wieder ein fantastischer Teil in dieser Reihe. Das letzte Drittel musste ich in einem Rutsch weglesen, an Pause war nicht zu denken :) ...

    Another thriller! This actually felt as if it could be the end of the series. Or not. I think I'd be ok with it ending here. ...

    Best book of the series and first five star award. Irene and Kai are sent to a world where gangsters and Prohibition remain to battle Dragon politics, dire wolves, kidnapping and the integrity of The Library. Just a first rate, steam punk adventure fest. ...

    This series just gets better. Irene and Kai are put in harms way as they are sent on a mission to find a possible Librarian who has broken the rule of staying out of Dragon politics. ...

  • Milou
    Mar 24, 2018

    Another excellent entry in this very enjoyable series. And what a sweet ending. It left me with a smile on my face! I have loved the concept of a hidden library between many different worlds since I read book one and now it is even better because we have dragons! In this book there ...

    After the last books thrilling plot was I eagerly awaiting the next book in this series. The Lost Plot takes librarians Irene and Kai to an alternative world set in 1930s America with gangsters (and dragons). They have to save the life of a librarian who has been caught up in a fight b...

    ".....And if X gives Qing Song the book that lets him get Minister Zhao?s position, then Librarians become tools for hire. They become servants. And they become generally known as allies of the dragons, which means they?re automatically enemies of the Fae. Not to mention that if we...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/01/25/... Now that the Invisible Library series has become firmly established, the storylines are just getting better and better. Thematically, The Lost Plot is more mysterious and adventurous, drawing heavily from Dra...

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. I had such a good time reading this book! This is the fourth book in The Invisible Library series and while it tells its own story, I do think that this series is best if read in order. One thing that I love about this ...

    I love these books. This is a rare situation where each book in the series is better than the last. What begins as a straightforward action adventure story becomes more of a mystery that is not easily solved. Dragon politics has taken a nasty turn, and evidence points to the i...

    Update: 3.5 stars. Still really good, but it feels slightly different from the other books in the series. Though I loved the progression in Irene and Kai's relationship! I'm so excited for this! There's now a cover for it, and the title has been revealed! The summary is intri...

    I admit I am very much a fan of Irene Winters and the Invisible Library series. So much so that I will actually be purchasing a copy of this, book 4, to become part of my Nursing Home Collection (all those books that will make the transition with me to said nursing home when the time d...

    Just as were getting used to books gone missing, it is happening to Librarians as well ? And, ?who re you gonna call ?? Irene!? After an installment # three which showed a wee bit weak in the storyline, Genevieve Cogman (and Irene) is doing a worthy come-back. Lots...

    3.5 prohibitive stars Every book the in the invisible library series is a story in and of itself. You almost don?t even have to read them in order and from what I can see so far you could maybe even get away with skipping one and then jumping back in at a later point so far. I say...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy. The Invisible Library series consistently provides an entertaining and enjoyable reading experience. I love Irene and Kai, and I love the concept of the Library. While THE LOST PLOT felt like a side quest to the main, overarching plot of ...

    Buddy read over at BB&B The Invisible Library is one of those series that get better with each new instalment. The style evolves, the story gets better and the characters develop over time. In the beginning both Irene and Kai were a bit two-dimensional but over the last 3 books ...

    Anybody who loves books simply must love Irene Winters and the Library. In this fourth installment of The Invisible Library, Irene once again finds herself tangled in a mess. The setting? 1920s America. The players? Two dragons who are keen to steal a book and win a place of honor in t...

    Vampires, fae, and dragons all give Irene fits in The Lost Plot. Two dragons are tasked with a quest. The one who completes it gains favor with the Queen, and the one who does not faces a disgrace that will require sacrifice to atone.  When a new Librarian finds himself tangled up i...

    This book was on all of my anticipated books lists of 2018 last year but I just lost track of it among all the other hyped novels, but I'm so glad I finally got the chance to get to it. Though I didn't plan this as part of my Five Star Readathon, I thought this would be a perfect book ...

    This is yet another great continuation of a wonderful series. Cogman has created such a fascinating world, with endless possibilities... and in exploring this further she never disappoints. This time around we travel to New York in the 1930s, complete with mobsters, guns, booze and ...

  • Phrynne
    Mar 18, 2018

    Another excellent entry in this very enjoyable series. And what a sweet ending. It left me with a smile on my face! I have loved the concept of a hidden library between many different worlds since I read book one and now it is even better because we have dragons! In this book there ...

  • Wanda
    Feb 26, 2018

    Another excellent entry in this very enjoyable series. And what a sweet ending. It left me with a smile on my face! I have loved the concept of a hidden library between many different worlds since I read book one and now it is even better because we have dragons! In this book there ...

    After the last books thrilling plot was I eagerly awaiting the next book in this series. The Lost Plot takes librarians Irene and Kai to an alternative world set in 1930s America with gangsters (and dragons). They have to save the life of a librarian who has been caught up in a fight b...

    ".....And if X gives Qing Song the book that lets him get Minister Zhao?s position, then Librarians become tools for hire. They become servants. And they become generally known as allies of the dragons, which means they?re automatically enemies of the Fae. Not to mention that if we...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/01/25/... Now that the Invisible Library series has become firmly established, the storylines are just getting better and better. Thematically, The Lost Plot is more mysterious and adventurous, drawing heavily from Dra...

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. I had such a good time reading this book! This is the fourth book in The Invisible Library series and while it tells its own story, I do think that this series is best if read in order. One thing that I love about this ...

    I love these books. This is a rare situation where each book in the series is better than the last. What begins as a straightforward action adventure story becomes more of a mystery that is not easily solved. Dragon politics has taken a nasty turn, and evidence points to the i...

    Update: 3.5 stars. Still really good, but it feels slightly different from the other books in the series. Though I loved the progression in Irene and Kai's relationship! I'm so excited for this! There's now a cover for it, and the title has been revealed! The summary is intri...

    I admit I am very much a fan of Irene Winters and the Invisible Library series. So much so that I will actually be purchasing a copy of this, book 4, to become part of my Nursing Home Collection (all those books that will make the transition with me to said nursing home when the time d...

  • Jessica ☕
    Aug 28, 2016

    Another excellent entry in this very enjoyable series. And what a sweet ending. It left me with a smile on my face! I have loved the concept of a hidden library between many different worlds since I read book one and now it is even better because we have dragons! In this book there ...

    After the last books thrilling plot was I eagerly awaiting the next book in this series. The Lost Plot takes librarians Irene and Kai to an alternative world set in 1930s America with gangsters (and dragons). They have to save the life of a librarian who has been caught up in a fight b...

    ".....And if X gives Qing Song the book that lets him get Minister Zhao?s position, then Librarians become tools for hire. They become servants. And they become generally known as allies of the dragons, which means they?re automatically enemies of the Fae. Not to mention that if we...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/01/25/... Now that the Invisible Library series has become firmly established, the storylines are just getting better and better. Thematically, The Lost Plot is more mysterious and adventurous, drawing heavily from Dra...

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. I had such a good time reading this book! This is the fourth book in The Invisible Library series and while it tells its own story, I do think that this series is best if read in order. One thing that I love about this ...

    I love these books. This is a rare situation where each book in the series is better than the last. What begins as a straightforward action adventure story becomes more of a mystery that is not easily solved. Dragon politics has taken a nasty turn, and evidence points to the i...

  • Robin (Bridge Four)
    Oct 31, 2018

    Another excellent entry in this very enjoyable series. And what a sweet ending. It left me with a smile on my face! I have loved the concept of a hidden library between many different worlds since I read book one and now it is even better because we have dragons! In this book there ...

    After the last books thrilling plot was I eagerly awaiting the next book in this series. The Lost Plot takes librarians Irene and Kai to an alternative world set in 1930s America with gangsters (and dragons). They have to save the life of a librarian who has been caught up in a fight b...

    ".....And if X gives Qing Song the book that lets him get Minister Zhao?s position, then Librarians become tools for hire. They become servants. And they become generally known as allies of the dragons, which means they?re automatically enemies of the Fae. Not to mention that if we...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/01/25/... Now that the Invisible Library series has become firmly established, the storylines are just getting better and better. Thematically, The Lost Plot is more mysterious and adventurous, drawing heavily from Dra...

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. I had such a good time reading this book! This is the fourth book in The Invisible Library series and while it tells its own story, I do think that this series is best if read in order. One thing that I love about this ...

    I love these books. This is a rare situation where each book in the series is better than the last. What begins as a straightforward action adventure story becomes more of a mystery that is not easily solved. Dragon politics has taken a nasty turn, and evidence points to the i...

    Update: 3.5 stars. Still really good, but it feels slightly different from the other books in the series. Though I loved the progression in Irene and Kai's relationship! I'm so excited for this! There's now a cover for it, and the title has been revealed! The summary is intri...

    I admit I am very much a fan of Irene Winters and the Invisible Library series. So much so that I will actually be purchasing a copy of this, book 4, to become part of my Nursing Home Collection (all those books that will make the transition with me to said nursing home when the time d...

    Just as were getting used to books gone missing, it is happening to Librarians as well ? And, ?who re you gonna call ?? Irene!? After an installment # three which showed a wee bit weak in the storyline, Genevieve Cogman (and Irene) is doing a worthy come-back. Lots...

    3.5 prohibitive stars Every book the in the invisible library series is a story in and of itself. You almost don?t even have to read them in order and from what I can see so far you could maybe even get away with skipping one and then jumping back in at a later point so far. I say...

  • Bart
    Dec 13, 2017

    Another excellent entry in this very enjoyable series. And what a sweet ending. It left me with a smile on my face! I have loved the concept of a hidden library between many different worlds since I read book one and now it is even better because we have dragons! In this book there ...

    After the last books thrilling plot was I eagerly awaiting the next book in this series. The Lost Plot takes librarians Irene and Kai to an alternative world set in 1930s America with gangsters (and dragons). They have to save the life of a librarian who has been caught up in a fight b...

    ".....And if X gives Qing Song the book that lets him get Minister Zhao?s position, then Librarians become tools for hire. They become servants. And they become generally known as allies of the dragons, which means they?re automatically enemies of the Fae. Not to mention that if we...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/01/25/... Now that the Invisible Library series has become firmly established, the storylines are just getting better and better. Thematically, The Lost Plot is more mysterious and adventurous, drawing heavily from Dra...

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. I had such a good time reading this book! This is the fourth book in The Invisible Library series and while it tells its own story, I do think that this series is best if read in order. One thing that I love about this ...

    I love these books. This is a rare situation where each book in the series is better than the last. What begins as a straightforward action adventure story becomes more of a mystery that is not easily solved. Dragon politics has taken a nasty turn, and evidence points to the i...

    Update: 3.5 stars. Still really good, but it feels slightly different from the other books in the series. Though I loved the progression in Irene and Kai's relationship! I'm so excited for this! There's now a cover for it, and the title has been revealed! The summary is intri...

    I admit I am very much a fan of Irene Winters and the Invisible Library series. So much so that I will actually be purchasing a copy of this, book 4, to become part of my Nursing Home Collection (all those books that will make the transition with me to said nursing home when the time d...

    Just as were getting used to books gone missing, it is happening to Librarians as well ? And, ?who re you gonna call ?? Irene!? After an installment # three which showed a wee bit weak in the storyline, Genevieve Cogman (and Irene) is doing a worthy come-back. Lots...

    3.5 prohibitive stars Every book the in the invisible library series is a story in and of itself. You almost don?t even have to read them in order and from what I can see so far you could maybe even get away with skipping one and then jumping back in at a later point so far. I say...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy. The Invisible Library series consistently provides an entertaining and enjoyable reading experience. I love Irene and Kai, and I love the concept of the Library. While THE LOST PLOT felt like a side quest to the main, overarching plot of ...

    Buddy read over at BB&B The Invisible Library is one of those series that get better with each new instalment. The style evolves, the story gets better and the characters develop over time. In the beginning both Irene and Kai were a bit two-dimensional but over the last 3 books ...

    Anybody who loves books simply must love Irene Winters and the Library. In this fourth installment of The Invisible Library, Irene once again finds herself tangled in a mess. The setting? 1920s America. The players? Two dragons who are keen to steal a book and win a place of honor in t...

    Vampires, fae, and dragons all give Irene fits in The Lost Plot. Two dragons are tasked with a quest. The one who completes it gains favor with the Queen, and the one who does not faces a disgrace that will require sacrifice to atone.  When a new Librarian finds himself tangled up i...

    This book was on all of my anticipated books lists of 2018 last year but I just lost track of it among all the other hyped novels, but I'm so glad I finally got the chance to get to it. Though I didn't plan this as part of my Five Star Readathon, I thought this would be a perfect book ...

    This is yet another great continuation of a wonderful series. Cogman has created such a fascinating world, with endless possibilities... and in exploring this further she never disappoints. This time around we travel to New York in the 1930s, complete with mobsters, guns, booze and ...

    3-1/2 stars. Another entertaining entry in this series. I enjoyed the time period this one took place in, as it is more "modern" times than previous books. It felt like there was more action throughout this book, rather than in spurts here and there. This made the story move alo...

    This book was provided by the publisher for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I wasn't really sure where The Lost Plot would take this series. After finishing The Burning Page last year, I felt like the ...

    WE HAVE A COVER AND A TITLE. I REPEAT WE HAVE COVER ! AND TITLE! EEEKKK! Sooo beautiful. ...

    I love these books so much ? Irene goes total Columbo at the end of this one too. Brilliant stuff. ...

    *minor spoilers* 3.75 stars Hmmm...so this was the fourth instalment of The Invisible Library series by Genevieve Cogman and whilst I did really enjoy this book (it was witty and all very prim and proper), I didn't love it (like I did the first two). I think the main reason ...

    Wieder ein fantastischer Teil in dieser Reihe. Das letzte Drittel musste ich in einem Rutsch weglesen, an Pause war nicht zu denken :) ...

    Another thriller! This actually felt as if it could be the end of the series. Or not. I think I'd be ok with it ending here. ...

    Best book of the series and first five star award. Irene and Kai are sent to a world where gangsters and Prohibition remain to battle Dragon politics, dire wolves, kidnapping and the integrity of The Library. Just a first rate, steam punk adventure fest. ...

    This series just gets better. Irene and Kai are put in harms way as they are sent on a mission to find a possible Librarian who has broken the rule of staying out of Dragon politics. ...

    *ACTUAL RATING 3.5 STARS* I?ve had to have a long think about this one. This series has had highs and lows, with The Masked City a massive disappointment after the joys of the first book in the series, and then returning with a vengeance with The Burning Page. The settings of t...

    Book 4 of the Invisible Library series. Spoilers ahead Irene tries to get a book in a fair book exchange, and finds herself in a lair of vampires. Extricating herself, she meets up with a dragon who tries to make a deal. And notes this was carefully timed to ensure that Kai would no...

    ***Actual rating: 3,75*** ...

  • Maria Dimitrova
    Oct 26, 2018

    Another excellent entry in this very enjoyable series. And what a sweet ending. It left me with a smile on my face! I have loved the concept of a hidden library between many different worlds since I read book one and now it is even better because we have dragons! In this book there ...

    After the last books thrilling plot was I eagerly awaiting the next book in this series. The Lost Plot takes librarians Irene and Kai to an alternative world set in 1930s America with gangsters (and dragons). They have to save the life of a librarian who has been caught up in a fight b...

    ".....And if X gives Qing Song the book that lets him get Minister Zhao?s position, then Librarians become tools for hire. They become servants. And they become generally known as allies of the dragons, which means they?re automatically enemies of the Fae. Not to mention that if we...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/01/25/... Now that the Invisible Library series has become firmly established, the storylines are just getting better and better. Thematically, The Lost Plot is more mysterious and adventurous, drawing heavily from Dra...

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. I had such a good time reading this book! This is the fourth book in The Invisible Library series and while it tells its own story, I do think that this series is best if read in order. One thing that I love about this ...

    I love these books. This is a rare situation where each book in the series is better than the last. What begins as a straightforward action adventure story becomes more of a mystery that is not easily solved. Dragon politics has taken a nasty turn, and evidence points to the i...

    Update: 3.5 stars. Still really good, but it feels slightly different from the other books in the series. Though I loved the progression in Irene and Kai's relationship! I'm so excited for this! There's now a cover for it, and the title has been revealed! The summary is intri...

    I admit I am very much a fan of Irene Winters and the Invisible Library series. So much so that I will actually be purchasing a copy of this, book 4, to become part of my Nursing Home Collection (all those books that will make the transition with me to said nursing home when the time d...

    Just as were getting used to books gone missing, it is happening to Librarians as well ? And, ?who re you gonna call ?? Irene!? After an installment # three which showed a wee bit weak in the storyline, Genevieve Cogman (and Irene) is doing a worthy come-back. Lots...

    3.5 prohibitive stars Every book the in the invisible library series is a story in and of itself. You almost don?t even have to read them in order and from what I can see so far you could maybe even get away with skipping one and then jumping back in at a later point so far. I say...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy. The Invisible Library series consistently provides an entertaining and enjoyable reading experience. I love Irene and Kai, and I love the concept of the Library. While THE LOST PLOT felt like a side quest to the main, overarching plot of ...

    Buddy read over at BB&B The Invisible Library is one of those series that get better with each new instalment. The style evolves, the story gets better and the characters develop over time. In the beginning both Irene and Kai were a bit two-dimensional but over the last 3 books ...

  • Mary Catelli
    Jan 12, 2018

    Another excellent entry in this very enjoyable series. And what a sweet ending. It left me with a smile on my face! I have loved the concept of a hidden library between many different worlds since I read book one and now it is even better because we have dragons! In this book there ...

    After the last books thrilling plot was I eagerly awaiting the next book in this series. The Lost Plot takes librarians Irene and Kai to an alternative world set in 1930s America with gangsters (and dragons). They have to save the life of a librarian who has been caught up in a fight b...

    ".....And if X gives Qing Song the book that lets him get Minister Zhao?s position, then Librarians become tools for hire. They become servants. And they become generally known as allies of the dragons, which means they?re automatically enemies of the Fae. Not to mention that if we...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/01/25/... Now that the Invisible Library series has become firmly established, the storylines are just getting better and better. Thematically, The Lost Plot is more mysterious and adventurous, drawing heavily from Dra...

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. I had such a good time reading this book! This is the fourth book in The Invisible Library series and while it tells its own story, I do think that this series is best if read in order. One thing that I love about this ...

    I love these books. This is a rare situation where each book in the series is better than the last. What begins as a straightforward action adventure story becomes more of a mystery that is not easily solved. Dragon politics has taken a nasty turn, and evidence points to the i...

    Update: 3.5 stars. Still really good, but it feels slightly different from the other books in the series. Though I loved the progression in Irene and Kai's relationship! I'm so excited for this! There's now a cover for it, and the title has been revealed! The summary is intri...

    I admit I am very much a fan of Irene Winters and the Invisible Library series. So much so that I will actually be purchasing a copy of this, book 4, to become part of my Nursing Home Collection (all those books that will make the transition with me to said nursing home when the time d...

    Just as were getting used to books gone missing, it is happening to Librarians as well ? And, ?who re you gonna call ?? Irene!? After an installment # three which showed a wee bit weak in the storyline, Genevieve Cogman (and Irene) is doing a worthy come-back. Lots...

    3.5 prohibitive stars Every book the in the invisible library series is a story in and of itself. You almost don?t even have to read them in order and from what I can see so far you could maybe even get away with skipping one and then jumping back in at a later point so far. I say...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy. The Invisible Library series consistently provides an entertaining and enjoyable reading experience. I love Irene and Kai, and I love the concept of the Library. While THE LOST PLOT felt like a side quest to the main, overarching plot of ...

    Buddy read over at BB&B The Invisible Library is one of those series that get better with each new instalment. The style evolves, the story gets better and the characters develop over time. In the beginning both Irene and Kai were a bit two-dimensional but over the last 3 books ...

    Anybody who loves books simply must love Irene Winters and the Library. In this fourth installment of The Invisible Library, Irene once again finds herself tangled in a mess. The setting? 1920s America. The players? Two dragons who are keen to steal a book and win a place of honor in t...

    Vampires, fae, and dragons all give Irene fits in The Lost Plot. Two dragons are tasked with a quest. The one who completes it gains favor with the Queen, and the one who does not faces a disgrace that will require sacrifice to atone.  When a new Librarian finds himself tangled up i...

    This book was on all of my anticipated books lists of 2018 last year but I just lost track of it among all the other hyped novels, but I'm so glad I finally got the chance to get to it. Though I didn't plan this as part of my Five Star Readathon, I thought this would be a perfect book ...

    This is yet another great continuation of a wonderful series. Cogman has created such a fascinating world, with endless possibilities... and in exploring this further she never disappoints. This time around we travel to New York in the 1930s, complete with mobsters, guns, booze and ...

    3-1/2 stars. Another entertaining entry in this series. I enjoyed the time period this one took place in, as it is more "modern" times than previous books. It felt like there was more action throughout this book, rather than in spurts here and there. This made the story move alo...

    This book was provided by the publisher for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I wasn't really sure where The Lost Plot would take this series. After finishing The Burning Page last year, I felt like the ...

    WE HAVE A COVER AND A TITLE. I REPEAT WE HAVE COVER ! AND TITLE! EEEKKK! Sooo beautiful. ...

    I love these books so much ? Irene goes total Columbo at the end of this one too. Brilliant stuff. ...

    *minor spoilers* 3.75 stars Hmmm...so this was the fourth instalment of The Invisible Library series by Genevieve Cogman and whilst I did really enjoy this book (it was witty and all very prim and proper), I didn't love it (like I did the first two). I think the main reason ...

    Wieder ein fantastischer Teil in dieser Reihe. Das letzte Drittel musste ich in einem Rutsch weglesen, an Pause war nicht zu denken :) ...

    Another thriller! This actually felt as if it could be the end of the series. Or not. I think I'd be ok with it ending here. ...

    Best book of the series and first five star award. Irene and Kai are sent to a world where gangsters and Prohibition remain to battle Dragon politics, dire wolves, kidnapping and the integrity of The Library. Just a first rate, steam punk adventure fest. ...

    This series just gets better. Irene and Kai are put in harms way as they are sent on a mission to find a possible Librarian who has broken the rule of staying out of Dragon politics. ...

    *ACTUAL RATING 3.5 STARS* I?ve had to have a long think about this one. This series has had highs and lows, with The Masked City a massive disappointment after the joys of the first book in the series, and then returning with a vengeance with The Burning Page. The settings of t...

    Book 4 of the Invisible Library series. Spoilers ahead Irene tries to get a book in a fair book exchange, and finds herself in a lair of vampires. Extricating herself, she meets up with a dragon who tries to make a deal. And notes this was carefully timed to ensure that Kai would no...

  • Oda Renate
    Jan 02, 2017

    Another excellent entry in this very enjoyable series. And what a sweet ending. It left me with a smile on my face! I have loved the concept of a hidden library between many different worlds since I read book one and now it is even better because we have dragons! In this book there ...

    After the last books thrilling plot was I eagerly awaiting the next book in this series. The Lost Plot takes librarians Irene and Kai to an alternative world set in 1930s America with gangsters (and dragons). They have to save the life of a librarian who has been caught up in a fight b...

    ".....And if X gives Qing Song the book that lets him get Minister Zhao?s position, then Librarians become tools for hire. They become servants. And they become generally known as allies of the dragons, which means they?re automatically enemies of the Fae. Not to mention that if we...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/01/25/... Now that the Invisible Library series has become firmly established, the storylines are just getting better and better. Thematically, The Lost Plot is more mysterious and adventurous, drawing heavily from Dra...

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. I had such a good time reading this book! This is the fourth book in The Invisible Library series and while it tells its own story, I do think that this series is best if read in order. One thing that I love about this ...

    I love these books. This is a rare situation where each book in the series is better than the last. What begins as a straightforward action adventure story becomes more of a mystery that is not easily solved. Dragon politics has taken a nasty turn, and evidence points to the i...

    Update: 3.5 stars. Still really good, but it feels slightly different from the other books in the series. Though I loved the progression in Irene and Kai's relationship! I'm so excited for this! There's now a cover for it, and the title has been revealed! The summary is intri...

    I admit I am very much a fan of Irene Winters and the Invisible Library series. So much so that I will actually be purchasing a copy of this, book 4, to become part of my Nursing Home Collection (all those books that will make the transition with me to said nursing home when the time d...

    Just as were getting used to books gone missing, it is happening to Librarians as well ? And, ?who re you gonna call ?? Irene!? After an installment # three which showed a wee bit weak in the storyline, Genevieve Cogman (and Irene) is doing a worthy come-back. Lots...

    3.5 prohibitive stars Every book the in the invisible library series is a story in and of itself. You almost don?t even have to read them in order and from what I can see so far you could maybe even get away with skipping one and then jumping back in at a later point so far. I say...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy. The Invisible Library series consistently provides an entertaining and enjoyable reading experience. I love Irene and Kai, and I love the concept of the Library. While THE LOST PLOT felt like a side quest to the main, overarching plot of ...

    Buddy read over at BB&B The Invisible Library is one of those series that get better with each new instalment. The style evolves, the story gets better and the characters develop over time. In the beginning both Irene and Kai were a bit two-dimensional but over the last 3 books ...

    Anybody who loves books simply must love Irene Winters and the Library. In this fourth installment of The Invisible Library, Irene once again finds herself tangled in a mess. The setting? 1920s America. The players? Two dragons who are keen to steal a book and win a place of honor in t...

    Vampires, fae, and dragons all give Irene fits in The Lost Plot. Two dragons are tasked with a quest. The one who completes it gains favor with the Queen, and the one who does not faces a disgrace that will require sacrifice to atone.  When a new Librarian finds himself tangled up i...

    This book was on all of my anticipated books lists of 2018 last year but I just lost track of it among all the other hyped novels, but I'm so glad I finally got the chance to get to it. Though I didn't plan this as part of my Five Star Readathon, I thought this would be a perfect book ...

    This is yet another great continuation of a wonderful series. Cogman has created such a fascinating world, with endless possibilities... and in exploring this further she never disappoints. This time around we travel to New York in the 1930s, complete with mobsters, guns, booze and ...

    3-1/2 stars. Another entertaining entry in this series. I enjoyed the time period this one took place in, as it is more "modern" times than previous books. It felt like there was more action throughout this book, rather than in spurts here and there. This made the story move alo...

    This book was provided by the publisher for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I wasn't really sure where The Lost Plot would take this series. After finishing The Burning Page last year, I felt like the ...

    WE HAVE A COVER AND A TITLE. I REPEAT WE HAVE COVER ! AND TITLE! EEEKKK! Sooo beautiful. ...

  • Beth The Vampire
    Mar 01, 2018

    Another excellent entry in this very enjoyable series. And what a sweet ending. It left me with a smile on my face! I have loved the concept of a hidden library between many different worlds since I read book one and now it is even better because we have dragons! In this book there ...

    After the last books thrilling plot was I eagerly awaiting the next book in this series. The Lost Plot takes librarians Irene and Kai to an alternative world set in 1930s America with gangsters (and dragons). They have to save the life of a librarian who has been caught up in a fight b...

    ".....And if X gives Qing Song the book that lets him get Minister Zhao?s position, then Librarians become tools for hire. They become servants. And they become generally known as allies of the dragons, which means they?re automatically enemies of the Fae. Not to mention that if we...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/01/25/... Now that the Invisible Library series has become firmly established, the storylines are just getting better and better. Thematically, The Lost Plot is more mysterious and adventurous, drawing heavily from Dra...

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. I had such a good time reading this book! This is the fourth book in The Invisible Library series and while it tells its own story, I do think that this series is best if read in order. One thing that I love about this ...

    I love these books. This is a rare situation where each book in the series is better than the last. What begins as a straightforward action adventure story becomes more of a mystery that is not easily solved. Dragon politics has taken a nasty turn, and evidence points to the i...

    Update: 3.5 stars. Still really good, but it feels slightly different from the other books in the series. Though I loved the progression in Irene and Kai's relationship! I'm so excited for this! There's now a cover for it, and the title has been revealed! The summary is intri...

    I admit I am very much a fan of Irene Winters and the Invisible Library series. So much so that I will actually be purchasing a copy of this, book 4, to become part of my Nursing Home Collection (all those books that will make the transition with me to said nursing home when the time d...

    Just as were getting used to books gone missing, it is happening to Librarians as well ? And, ?who re you gonna call ?? Irene!? After an installment # three which showed a wee bit weak in the storyline, Genevieve Cogman (and Irene) is doing a worthy come-back. Lots...

    3.5 prohibitive stars Every book the in the invisible library series is a story in and of itself. You almost don?t even have to read them in order and from what I can see so far you could maybe even get away with skipping one and then jumping back in at a later point so far. I say...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy. The Invisible Library series consistently provides an entertaining and enjoyable reading experience. I love Irene and Kai, and I love the concept of the Library. While THE LOST PLOT felt like a side quest to the main, overarching plot of ...

    Buddy read over at BB&B The Invisible Library is one of those series that get better with each new instalment. The style evolves, the story gets better and the characters develop over time. In the beginning both Irene and Kai were a bit two-dimensional but over the last 3 books ...

    Anybody who loves books simply must love Irene Winters and the Library. In this fourth installment of The Invisible Library, Irene once again finds herself tangled in a mess. The setting? 1920s America. The players? Two dragons who are keen to steal a book and win a place of honor in t...

    Vampires, fae, and dragons all give Irene fits in The Lost Plot. Two dragons are tasked with a quest. The one who completes it gains favor with the Queen, and the one who does not faces a disgrace that will require sacrifice to atone.  When a new Librarian finds himself tangled up i...

    This book was on all of my anticipated books lists of 2018 last year but I just lost track of it among all the other hyped novels, but I'm so glad I finally got the chance to get to it. Though I didn't plan this as part of my Five Star Readathon, I thought this would be a perfect book ...

    This is yet another great continuation of a wonderful series. Cogman has created such a fascinating world, with endless possibilities... and in exploring this further she never disappoints. This time around we travel to New York in the 1930s, complete with mobsters, guns, booze and ...

    3-1/2 stars. Another entertaining entry in this series. I enjoyed the time period this one took place in, as it is more "modern" times than previous books. It felt like there was more action throughout this book, rather than in spurts here and there. This made the story move alo...

    This book was provided by the publisher for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I wasn't really sure where The Lost Plot would take this series. After finishing The Burning Page last year, I felt like the ...

    WE HAVE A COVER AND A TITLE. I REPEAT WE HAVE COVER ! AND TITLE! EEEKKK! Sooo beautiful. ...

    I love these books so much ? Irene goes total Columbo at the end of this one too. Brilliant stuff. ...

    *minor spoilers* 3.75 stars Hmmm...so this was the fourth instalment of The Invisible Library series by Genevieve Cogman and whilst I did really enjoy this book (it was witty and all very prim and proper), I didn't love it (like I did the first two). I think the main reason ...

    Wieder ein fantastischer Teil in dieser Reihe. Das letzte Drittel musste ich in einem Rutsch weglesen, an Pause war nicht zu denken :) ...

    Another thriller! This actually felt as if it could be the end of the series. Or not. I think I'd be ok with it ending here. ...

    Best book of the series and first five star award. Irene and Kai are sent to a world where gangsters and Prohibition remain to battle Dragon politics, dire wolves, kidnapping and the integrity of The Library. Just a first rate, steam punk adventure fest. ...

    This series just gets better. Irene and Kai are put in harms way as they are sent on a mission to find a possible Librarian who has broken the rule of staying out of Dragon politics. ...

    *ACTUAL RATING 3.5 STARS* I?ve had to have a long think about this one. This series has had highs and lows, with The Masked City a massive disappointment after the joys of the first book in the series, and then returning with a vengeance with The Burning Page. The settings of t...

  • Jo
    Aug 26, 2018

    Another excellent entry in this very enjoyable series. And what a sweet ending. It left me with a smile on my face! I have loved the concept of a hidden library between many different worlds since I read book one and now it is even better because we have dragons! In this book there ...

    After the last books thrilling plot was I eagerly awaiting the next book in this series. The Lost Plot takes librarians Irene and Kai to an alternative world set in 1930s America with gangsters (and dragons). They have to save the life of a librarian who has been caught up in a fight b...

    ".....And if X gives Qing Song the book that lets him get Minister Zhao?s position, then Librarians become tools for hire. They become servants. And they become generally known as allies of the dragons, which means they?re automatically enemies of the Fae. Not to mention that if we...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/01/25/... Now that the Invisible Library series has become firmly established, the storylines are just getting better and better. Thematically, The Lost Plot is more mysterious and adventurous, drawing heavily from Dra...

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. I had such a good time reading this book! This is the fourth book in The Invisible Library series and while it tells its own story, I do think that this series is best if read in order. One thing that I love about this ...

    I love these books. This is a rare situation where each book in the series is better than the last. What begins as a straightforward action adventure story becomes more of a mystery that is not easily solved. Dragon politics has taken a nasty turn, and evidence points to the i...

    Update: 3.5 stars. Still really good, but it feels slightly different from the other books in the series. Though I loved the progression in Irene and Kai's relationship! I'm so excited for this! There's now a cover for it, and the title has been revealed! The summary is intri...

    I admit I am very much a fan of Irene Winters and the Invisible Library series. So much so that I will actually be purchasing a copy of this, book 4, to become part of my Nursing Home Collection (all those books that will make the transition with me to said nursing home when the time d...

    Just as were getting used to books gone missing, it is happening to Librarians as well ? And, ?who re you gonna call ?? Irene!? After an installment # three which showed a wee bit weak in the storyline, Genevieve Cogman (and Irene) is doing a worthy come-back. Lots...

    3.5 prohibitive stars Every book the in the invisible library series is a story in and of itself. You almost don?t even have to read them in order and from what I can see so far you could maybe even get away with skipping one and then jumping back in at a later point so far. I say...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy. The Invisible Library series consistently provides an entertaining and enjoyable reading experience. I love Irene and Kai, and I love the concept of the Library. While THE LOST PLOT felt like a side quest to the main, overarching plot of ...

    Buddy read over at BB&B The Invisible Library is one of those series that get better with each new instalment. The style evolves, the story gets better and the characters develop over time. In the beginning both Irene and Kai were a bit two-dimensional but over the last 3 books ...

    Anybody who loves books simply must love Irene Winters and the Library. In this fourth installment of The Invisible Library, Irene once again finds herself tangled in a mess. The setting? 1920s America. The players? Two dragons who are keen to steal a book and win a place of honor in t...

    Vampires, fae, and dragons all give Irene fits in The Lost Plot. Two dragons are tasked with a quest. The one who completes it gains favor with the Queen, and the one who does not faces a disgrace that will require sacrifice to atone.  When a new Librarian finds himself tangled up i...

    This book was on all of my anticipated books lists of 2018 last year but I just lost track of it among all the other hyped novels, but I'm so glad I finally got the chance to get to it. Though I didn't plan this as part of my Five Star Readathon, I thought this would be a perfect book ...

    This is yet another great continuation of a wonderful series. Cogman has created such a fascinating world, with endless possibilities... and in exploring this further she never disappoints. This time around we travel to New York in the 1930s, complete with mobsters, guns, booze and ...

    3-1/2 stars. Another entertaining entry in this series. I enjoyed the time period this one took place in, as it is more "modern" times than previous books. It felt like there was more action throughout this book, rather than in spurts here and there. This made the story move alo...

    This book was provided by the publisher for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I wasn't really sure where The Lost Plot would take this series. After finishing The Burning Page last year, I felt like the ...

    WE HAVE A COVER AND A TITLE. I REPEAT WE HAVE COVER ! AND TITLE! EEEKKK! Sooo beautiful. ...

    I love these books so much ? Irene goes total Columbo at the end of this one too. Brilliant stuff. ...

  • Terri Wino
    Apr 08, 2018

    Another excellent entry in this very enjoyable series. And what a sweet ending. It left me with a smile on my face! I have loved the concept of a hidden library between many different worlds since I read book one and now it is even better because we have dragons! In this book there ...

    After the last books thrilling plot was I eagerly awaiting the next book in this series. The Lost Plot takes librarians Irene and Kai to an alternative world set in 1930s America with gangsters (and dragons). They have to save the life of a librarian who has been caught up in a fight b...

    ".....And if X gives Qing Song the book that lets him get Minister Zhao?s position, then Librarians become tools for hire. They become servants. And they become generally known as allies of the dragons, which means they?re automatically enemies of the Fae. Not to mention that if we...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/01/25/... Now that the Invisible Library series has become firmly established, the storylines are just getting better and better. Thematically, The Lost Plot is more mysterious and adventurous, drawing heavily from Dra...

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. I had such a good time reading this book! This is the fourth book in The Invisible Library series and while it tells its own story, I do think that this series is best if read in order. One thing that I love about this ...

    I love these books. This is a rare situation where each book in the series is better than the last. What begins as a straightforward action adventure story becomes more of a mystery that is not easily solved. Dragon politics has taken a nasty turn, and evidence points to the i...

    Update: 3.5 stars. Still really good, but it feels slightly different from the other books in the series. Though I loved the progression in Irene and Kai's relationship! I'm so excited for this! There's now a cover for it, and the title has been revealed! The summary is intri...

    I admit I am very much a fan of Irene Winters and the Invisible Library series. So much so that I will actually be purchasing a copy of this, book 4, to become part of my Nursing Home Collection (all those books that will make the transition with me to said nursing home when the time d...

    Just as were getting used to books gone missing, it is happening to Librarians as well ? And, ?who re you gonna call ?? Irene!? After an installment # three which showed a wee bit weak in the storyline, Genevieve Cogman (and Irene) is doing a worthy come-back. Lots...

    3.5 prohibitive stars Every book the in the invisible library series is a story in and of itself. You almost don?t even have to read them in order and from what I can see so far you could maybe even get away with skipping one and then jumping back in at a later point so far. I say...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy. The Invisible Library series consistently provides an entertaining and enjoyable reading experience. I love Irene and Kai, and I love the concept of the Library. While THE LOST PLOT felt like a side quest to the main, overarching plot of ...

    Buddy read over at BB&B The Invisible Library is one of those series that get better with each new instalment. The style evolves, the story gets better and the characters develop over time. In the beginning both Irene and Kai were a bit two-dimensional but over the last 3 books ...

    Anybody who loves books simply must love Irene Winters and the Library. In this fourth installment of The Invisible Library, Irene once again finds herself tangled in a mess. The setting? 1920s America. The players? Two dragons who are keen to steal a book and win a place of honor in t...

    Vampires, fae, and dragons all give Irene fits in The Lost Plot. Two dragons are tasked with a quest. The one who completes it gains favor with the Queen, and the one who does not faces a disgrace that will require sacrifice to atone.  When a new Librarian finds himself tangled up i...

    This book was on all of my anticipated books lists of 2018 last year but I just lost track of it among all the other hyped novels, but I'm so glad I finally got the chance to get to it. Though I didn't plan this as part of my Five Star Readathon, I thought this would be a perfect book ...

    This is yet another great continuation of a wonderful series. Cogman has created such a fascinating world, with endless possibilities... and in exploring this further she never disappoints. This time around we travel to New York in the 1930s, complete with mobsters, guns, booze and ...

    3-1/2 stars. Another entertaining entry in this series. I enjoyed the time period this one took place in, as it is more "modern" times than previous books. It felt like there was more action throughout this book, rather than in spurts here and there. This made the story move alo...

  • Jenna
    Nov 10, 2016

    Another excellent entry in this very enjoyable series. And what a sweet ending. It left me with a smile on my face! I have loved the concept of a hidden library between many different worlds since I read book one and now it is even better because we have dragons! In this book there ...

    After the last books thrilling plot was I eagerly awaiting the next book in this series. The Lost Plot takes librarians Irene and Kai to an alternative world set in 1930s America with gangsters (and dragons). They have to save the life of a librarian who has been caught up in a fight b...

    ".....And if X gives Qing Song the book that lets him get Minister Zhao?s position, then Librarians become tools for hire. They become servants. And they become generally known as allies of the dragons, which means they?re automatically enemies of the Fae. Not to mention that if we...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/01/25/... Now that the Invisible Library series has become firmly established, the storylines are just getting better and better. Thematically, The Lost Plot is more mysterious and adventurous, drawing heavily from Dra...

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. I had such a good time reading this book! This is the fourth book in The Invisible Library series and while it tells its own story, I do think that this series is best if read in order. One thing that I love about this ...

    I love these books. This is a rare situation where each book in the series is better than the last. What begins as a straightforward action adventure story becomes more of a mystery that is not easily solved. Dragon politics has taken a nasty turn, and evidence points to the i...

    Update: 3.5 stars. Still really good, but it feels slightly different from the other books in the series. Though I loved the progression in Irene and Kai's relationship! I'm so excited for this! There's now a cover for it, and the title has been revealed! The summary is intri...

  • S.E. Anderson
    Dec 06, 2017

    Another excellent entry in this very enjoyable series. And what a sweet ending. It left me with a smile on my face! I have loved the concept of a hidden library between many different worlds since I read book one and now it is even better because we have dragons! In this book there ...

    After the last books thrilling plot was I eagerly awaiting the next book in this series. The Lost Plot takes librarians Irene and Kai to an alternative world set in 1930s America with gangsters (and dragons). They have to save the life of a librarian who has been caught up in a fight b...

    ".....And if X gives Qing Song the book that lets him get Minister Zhao?s position, then Librarians become tools for hire. They become servants. And they become generally known as allies of the dragons, which means they?re automatically enemies of the Fae. Not to mention that if we...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/01/25/... Now that the Invisible Library series has become firmly established, the storylines are just getting better and better. Thematically, The Lost Plot is more mysterious and adventurous, drawing heavily from Dra...

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. I had such a good time reading this book! This is the fourth book in The Invisible Library series and while it tells its own story, I do think that this series is best if read in order. One thing that I love about this ...

    I love these books. This is a rare situation where each book in the series is better than the last. What begins as a straightforward action adventure story becomes more of a mystery that is not easily solved. Dragon politics has taken a nasty turn, and evidence points to the i...

    Update: 3.5 stars. Still really good, but it feels slightly different from the other books in the series. Though I loved the progression in Irene and Kai's relationship! I'm so excited for this! There's now a cover for it, and the title has been revealed! The summary is intri...

    I admit I am very much a fan of Irene Winters and the Invisible Library series. So much so that I will actually be purchasing a copy of this, book 4, to become part of my Nursing Home Collection (all those books that will make the transition with me to said nursing home when the time d...

    Just as were getting used to books gone missing, it is happening to Librarians as well ? And, ?who re you gonna call ?? Irene!? After an installment # three which showed a wee bit weak in the storyline, Genevieve Cogman (and Irene) is doing a worthy come-back. Lots...

    3.5 prohibitive stars Every book the in the invisible library series is a story in and of itself. You almost don?t even have to read them in order and from what I can see so far you could maybe even get away with skipping one and then jumping back in at a later point so far. I say...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy. The Invisible Library series consistently provides an entertaining and enjoyable reading experience. I love Irene and Kai, and I love the concept of the Library. While THE LOST PLOT felt like a side quest to the main, overarching plot of ...

    Buddy read over at BB&B The Invisible Library is one of those series that get better with each new instalment. The style evolves, the story gets better and the characters develop over time. In the beginning both Irene and Kai were a bit two-dimensional but over the last 3 books ...

    Anybody who loves books simply must love Irene Winters and the Library. In this fourth installment of The Invisible Library, Irene once again finds herself tangled in a mess. The setting? 1920s America. The players? Two dragons who are keen to steal a book and win a place of honor in t...

    Vampires, fae, and dragons all give Irene fits in The Lost Plot. Two dragons are tasked with a quest. The one who completes it gains favor with the Queen, and the one who does not faces a disgrace that will require sacrifice to atone.  When a new Librarian finds himself tangled up i...

    This book was on all of my anticipated books lists of 2018 last year but I just lost track of it among all the other hyped novels, but I'm so glad I finally got the chance to get to it. Though I didn't plan this as part of my Five Star Readathon, I thought this would be a perfect book ...

    This is yet another great continuation of a wonderful series. Cogman has created such a fascinating world, with endless possibilities... and in exploring this further she never disappoints. This time around we travel to New York in the 1930s, complete with mobsters, guns, booze and ...

    3-1/2 stars. Another entertaining entry in this series. I enjoyed the time period this one took place in, as it is more "modern" times than previous books. It felt like there was more action throughout this book, rather than in spurts here and there. This made the story move alo...

    This book was provided by the publisher for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I wasn't really sure where The Lost Plot would take this series. After finishing The Burning Page last year, I felt like the ...

    WE HAVE A COVER AND A TITLE. I REPEAT WE HAVE COVER ! AND TITLE! EEEKKK! Sooo beautiful. ...

    I love these books so much ? Irene goes total Columbo at the end of this one too. Brilliant stuff. ...

    *minor spoilers* 3.75 stars Hmmm...so this was the fourth instalment of The Invisible Library series by Genevieve Cogman and whilst I did really enjoy this book (it was witty and all very prim and proper), I didn't love it (like I did the first two). I think the main reason ...

    Wieder ein fantastischer Teil in dieser Reihe. Das letzte Drittel musste ich in einem Rutsch weglesen, an Pause war nicht zu denken :) ...

    Another thriller! This actually felt as if it could be the end of the series. Or not. I think I'd be ok with it ending here. ...

    Best book of the series and first five star award. Irene and Kai are sent to a world where gangsters and Prohibition remain to battle Dragon politics, dire wolves, kidnapping and the integrity of The Library. Just a first rate, steam punk adventure fest. ...

    This series just gets better. Irene and Kai are put in harms way as they are sent on a mission to find a possible Librarian who has broken the rule of staying out of Dragon politics. ...

    *ACTUAL RATING 3.5 STARS* I?ve had to have a long think about this one. This series has had highs and lows, with The Masked City a massive disappointment after the joys of the first book in the series, and then returning with a vengeance with The Burning Page. The settings of t...

    Book 4 of the Invisible Library series. Spoilers ahead Irene tries to get a book in a fair book exchange, and finds herself in a lair of vampires. Extricating herself, she meets up with a dragon who tries to make a deal. And notes this was carefully timed to ensure that Kai would no...

    ***Actual rating: 3,75*** ...

    3.5 bumped up to 4 - The Invisible Library novels might be the fluffiest of brain candy, but they're undeniably fun, fast reads and I enjoyed myself thoroughly on this last adventure. Alberich is dead (probably), but that hasn't meant the end of Irene's troubles. The high ranking dr...

    Best Book YET! A few months ago, I finished what I had assumed to be the last book in the Invisible Library... Until they announced not one, but two new books to follow! Naturally, I was over the moon. I could not wait for The Lost Plot to be released, and let me tell you, it did n...

  • Melindam
    Feb 22, 2018

    Another excellent entry in this very enjoyable series. And what a sweet ending. It left me with a smile on my face! I have loved the concept of a hidden library between many different worlds since I read book one and now it is even better because we have dragons! In this book there ...

    After the last books thrilling plot was I eagerly awaiting the next book in this series. The Lost Plot takes librarians Irene and Kai to an alternative world set in 1930s America with gangsters (and dragons). They have to save the life of a librarian who has been caught up in a fight b...

    ".....And if X gives Qing Song the book that lets him get Minister Zhao?s position, then Librarians become tools for hire. They become servants. And they become generally known as allies of the dragons, which means they?re automatically enemies of the Fae. Not to mention that if we...

  • Austine (NovelKnight)
    Dec 11, 2016

    Another excellent entry in this very enjoyable series. And what a sweet ending. It left me with a smile on my face! I have loved the concept of a hidden library between many different worlds since I read book one and now it is even better because we have dragons! In this book there ...

    After the last books thrilling plot was I eagerly awaiting the next book in this series. The Lost Plot takes librarians Irene and Kai to an alternative world set in 1930s America with gangsters (and dragons). They have to save the life of a librarian who has been caught up in a fight b...

    ".....And if X gives Qing Song the book that lets him get Minister Zhao?s position, then Librarians become tools for hire. They become servants. And they become generally known as allies of the dragons, which means they?re automatically enemies of the Fae. Not to mention that if we...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/01/25/... Now that the Invisible Library series has become firmly established, the storylines are just getting better and better. Thematically, The Lost Plot is more mysterious and adventurous, drawing heavily from Dra...

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. I had such a good time reading this book! This is the fourth book in The Invisible Library series and while it tells its own story, I do think that this series is best if read in order. One thing that I love about this ...

    I love these books. This is a rare situation where each book in the series is better than the last. What begins as a straightforward action adventure story becomes more of a mystery that is not easily solved. Dragon politics has taken a nasty turn, and evidence points to the i...

    Update: 3.5 stars. Still really good, but it feels slightly different from the other books in the series. Though I loved the progression in Irene and Kai's relationship! I'm so excited for this! There's now a cover for it, and the title has been revealed! The summary is intri...

    I admit I am very much a fan of Irene Winters and the Invisible Library series. So much so that I will actually be purchasing a copy of this, book 4, to become part of my Nursing Home Collection (all those books that will make the transition with me to said nursing home when the time d...

    Just as were getting used to books gone missing, it is happening to Librarians as well ? And, ?who re you gonna call ?? Irene!? After an installment # three which showed a wee bit weak in the storyline, Genevieve Cogman (and Irene) is doing a worthy come-back. Lots...

    3.5 prohibitive stars Every book the in the invisible library series is a story in and of itself. You almost don?t even have to read them in order and from what I can see so far you could maybe even get away with skipping one and then jumping back in at a later point so far. I say...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy. The Invisible Library series consistently provides an entertaining and enjoyable reading experience. I love Irene and Kai, and I love the concept of the Library. While THE LOST PLOT felt like a side quest to the main, overarching plot of ...

    Buddy read over at BB&B The Invisible Library is one of those series that get better with each new instalment. The style evolves, the story gets better and the characters develop over time. In the beginning both Irene and Kai were a bit two-dimensional but over the last 3 books ...

    Anybody who loves books simply must love Irene Winters and the Library. In this fourth installment of The Invisible Library, Irene once again finds herself tangled in a mess. The setting? 1920s America. The players? Two dragons who are keen to steal a book and win a place of honor in t...

    Vampires, fae, and dragons all give Irene fits in The Lost Plot. Two dragons are tasked with a quest. The one who completes it gains favor with the Queen, and the one who does not faces a disgrace that will require sacrifice to atone.  When a new Librarian finds himself tangled up i...

    This book was on all of my anticipated books lists of 2018 last year but I just lost track of it among all the other hyped novels, but I'm so glad I finally got the chance to get to it. Though I didn't plan this as part of my Five Star Readathon, I thought this would be a perfect book ...

    This is yet another great continuation of a wonderful series. Cogman has created such a fascinating world, with endless possibilities... and in exploring this further she never disappoints. This time around we travel to New York in the 1930s, complete with mobsters, guns, booze and ...

    3-1/2 stars. Another entertaining entry in this series. I enjoyed the time period this one took place in, as it is more "modern" times than previous books. It felt like there was more action throughout this book, rather than in spurts here and there. This made the story move alo...

    This book was provided by the publisher for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I wasn't really sure where The Lost Plot would take this series. After finishing The Burning Page last year, I felt like the ...

  • Jacob Overmark
    Jan 27, 2018

    Another excellent entry in this very enjoyable series. And what a sweet ending. It left me with a smile on my face! I have loved the concept of a hidden library between many different worlds since I read book one and now it is even better because we have dragons! In this book there ...

    After the last books thrilling plot was I eagerly awaiting the next book in this series. The Lost Plot takes librarians Irene and Kai to an alternative world set in 1930s America with gangsters (and dragons). They have to save the life of a librarian who has been caught up in a fight b...

    ".....And if X gives Qing Song the book that lets him get Minister Zhao?s position, then Librarians become tools for hire. They become servants. And they become generally known as allies of the dragons, which means they?re automatically enemies of the Fae. Not to mention that if we...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/01/25/... Now that the Invisible Library series has become firmly established, the storylines are just getting better and better. Thematically, The Lost Plot is more mysterious and adventurous, drawing heavily from Dra...

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. I had such a good time reading this book! This is the fourth book in The Invisible Library series and while it tells its own story, I do think that this series is best if read in order. One thing that I love about this ...

    I love these books. This is a rare situation where each book in the series is better than the last. What begins as a straightforward action adventure story becomes more of a mystery that is not easily solved. Dragon politics has taken a nasty turn, and evidence points to the i...

    Update: 3.5 stars. Still really good, but it feels slightly different from the other books in the series. Though I loved the progression in Irene and Kai's relationship! I'm so excited for this! There's now a cover for it, and the title has been revealed! The summary is intri...

    I admit I am very much a fan of Irene Winters and the Invisible Library series. So much so that I will actually be purchasing a copy of this, book 4, to become part of my Nursing Home Collection (all those books that will make the transition with me to said nursing home when the time d...

    Just as were getting used to books gone missing, it is happening to Librarians as well ? And, ?who re you gonna call ?? Irene!? After an installment # three which showed a wee bit weak in the storyline, Genevieve Cogman (and Irene) is doing a worthy come-back. Lots...

  • Lauren
    Dec 10, 2016

    Another excellent entry in this very enjoyable series. And what a sweet ending. It left me with a smile on my face! I have loved the concept of a hidden library between many different worlds since I read book one and now it is even better because we have dragons! In this book there ...

    After the last books thrilling plot was I eagerly awaiting the next book in this series. The Lost Plot takes librarians Irene and Kai to an alternative world set in 1930s America with gangsters (and dragons). They have to save the life of a librarian who has been caught up in a fight b...

    ".....And if X gives Qing Song the book that lets him get Minister Zhao?s position, then Librarians become tools for hire. They become servants. And they become generally known as allies of the dragons, which means they?re automatically enemies of the Fae. Not to mention that if we...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/01/25/... Now that the Invisible Library series has become firmly established, the storylines are just getting better and better. Thematically, The Lost Plot is more mysterious and adventurous, drawing heavily from Dra...

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. I had such a good time reading this book! This is the fourth book in The Invisible Library series and while it tells its own story, I do think that this series is best if read in order. One thing that I love about this ...

    I love these books. This is a rare situation where each book in the series is better than the last. What begins as a straightforward action adventure story becomes more of a mystery that is not easily solved. Dragon politics has taken a nasty turn, and evidence points to the i...

    Update: 3.5 stars. Still really good, but it feels slightly different from the other books in the series. Though I loved the progression in Irene and Kai's relationship! I'm so excited for this! There's now a cover for it, and the title has been revealed! The summary is intri...

    I admit I am very much a fan of Irene Winters and the Invisible Library series. So much so that I will actually be purchasing a copy of this, book 4, to become part of my Nursing Home Collection (all those books that will make the transition with me to said nursing home when the time d...

    Just as were getting used to books gone missing, it is happening to Librarians as well ? And, ?who re you gonna call ?? Irene!? After an installment # three which showed a wee bit weak in the storyline, Genevieve Cogman (and Irene) is doing a worthy come-back. Lots...

    3.5 prohibitive stars Every book the in the invisible library series is a story in and of itself. You almost don?t even have to read them in order and from what I can see so far you could maybe even get away with skipping one and then jumping back in at a later point so far. I say...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy. The Invisible Library series consistently provides an entertaining and enjoyable reading experience. I love Irene and Kai, and I love the concept of the Library. While THE LOST PLOT felt like a side quest to the main, overarching plot of ...

    Buddy read over at BB&B The Invisible Library is one of those series that get better with each new instalment. The style evolves, the story gets better and the characters develop over time. In the beginning both Irene and Kai were a bit two-dimensional but over the last 3 books ...

    Anybody who loves books simply must love Irene Winters and the Library. In this fourth installment of The Invisible Library, Irene once again finds herself tangled in a mess. The setting? 1920s America. The players? Two dragons who are keen to steal a book and win a place of honor in t...

    Vampires, fae, and dragons all give Irene fits in The Lost Plot. Two dragons are tasked with a quest. The one who completes it gains favor with the Queen, and the one who does not faces a disgrace that will require sacrifice to atone.  When a new Librarian finds himself tangled up i...

    This book was on all of my anticipated books lists of 2018 last year but I just lost track of it among all the other hyped novels, but I'm so glad I finally got the chance to get to it. Though I didn't plan this as part of my Five Star Readathon, I thought this would be a perfect book ...

    This is yet another great continuation of a wonderful series. Cogman has created such a fascinating world, with endless possibilities... and in exploring this further she never disappoints. This time around we travel to New York in the 1930s, complete with mobsters, guns, booze and ...

    3-1/2 stars. Another entertaining entry in this series. I enjoyed the time period this one took place in, as it is more "modern" times than previous books. It felt like there was more action throughout this book, rather than in spurts here and there. This made the story move alo...

    This book was provided by the publisher for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I wasn't really sure where The Lost Plot would take this series. After finishing The Burning Page last year, I felt like the ...

    WE HAVE A COVER AND A TITLE. I REPEAT WE HAVE COVER ! AND TITLE! EEEKKK! Sooo beautiful. ...

    I love these books so much ? Irene goes total Columbo at the end of this one too. Brilliant stuff. ...

    *minor spoilers* 3.75 stars Hmmm...so this was the fourth instalment of The Invisible Library series by Genevieve Cogman and whilst I did really enjoy this book (it was witty and all very prim and proper), I didn't love it (like I did the first two). I think the main reason ...

  • Mark Harrison
    Dec 26, 2017

    Another excellent entry in this very enjoyable series. And what a sweet ending. It left me with a smile on my face! I have loved the concept of a hidden library between many different worlds since I read book one and now it is even better because we have dragons! In this book there ...

    After the last books thrilling plot was I eagerly awaiting the next book in this series. The Lost Plot takes librarians Irene and Kai to an alternative world set in 1930s America with gangsters (and dragons). They have to save the life of a librarian who has been caught up in a fight b...

    ".....And if X gives Qing Song the book that lets him get Minister Zhao?s position, then Librarians become tools for hire. They become servants. And they become generally known as allies of the dragons, which means they?re automatically enemies of the Fae. Not to mention that if we...

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/01/25/... Now that the Invisible Library series has become firmly established, the storylines are just getting better and better. Thematically, The Lost Plot is more mysterious and adventurous, drawing heavily from Dra...

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. I had such a good time reading this book! This is the fourth book in The Invisible Library series and while it tells its own story, I do think that this series is best if read in order. One thing that I love about this ...

    I love these books. This is a rare situation where each book in the series is better than the last. What begins as a straightforward action adventure story becomes more of a mystery that is not easily solved. Dragon politics has taken a nasty turn, and evidence points to the i...

    Update: 3.5 stars. Still really good, but it feels slightly different from the other books in the series. Though I loved the progression in Irene and Kai's relationship! I'm so excited for this! There's now a cover for it, and the title has been revealed! The summary is intri...

    I admit I am very much a fan of Irene Winters and the Invisible Library series. So much so that I will actually be purchasing a copy of this, book 4, to become part of my Nursing Home Collection (all those books that will make the transition with me to said nursing home when the time d...

    Just as were getting used to books gone missing, it is happening to Librarians as well ? And, ?who re you gonna call ?? Irene!? After an installment # three which showed a wee bit weak in the storyline, Genevieve Cogman (and Irene) is doing a worthy come-back. Lots...

    3.5 prohibitive stars Every book the in the invisible library series is a story in and of itself. You almost don?t even have to read them in order and from what I can see so far you could maybe even get away with skipping one and then jumping back in at a later point so far. I say...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy. The Invisible Library series consistently provides an entertaining and enjoyable reading experience. I love Irene and Kai, and I love the concept of the Library. While THE LOST PLOT felt like a side quest to the main, overarching plot of ...

    Buddy read over at BB&B The Invisible Library is one of those series that get better with each new instalment. The style evolves, the story gets better and the characters develop over time. In the beginning both Irene and Kai were a bit two-dimensional but over the last 3 books ...

    Anybody who loves books simply must love Irene Winters and the Library. In this fourth installment of The Invisible Library, Irene once again finds herself tangled in a mess. The setting? 1920s America. The players? Two dragons who are keen to steal a book and win a place of honor in t...

    Vampires, fae, and dragons all give Irene fits in The Lost Plot. Two dragons are tasked with a quest. The one who completes it gains favor with the Queen, and the one who does not faces a disgrace that will require sacrifice to atone.  When a new Librarian finds himself tangled up i...

    This book was on all of my anticipated books lists of 2018 last year but I just lost track of it among all the other hyped novels, but I'm so glad I finally got the chance to get to it. Though I didn't plan this as part of my Five Star Readathon, I thought this would be a perfect book ...

    This is yet another great continuation of a wonderful series. Cogman has created such a fascinating world, with endless possibilities... and in exploring this further she never disappoints. This time around we travel to New York in the 1930s, complete with mobsters, guns, booze and ...

    3-1/2 stars. Another entertaining entry in this series. I enjoyed the time period this one took place in, as it is more "modern" times than previous books. It felt like there was more action throughout this book, rather than in spurts here and there. This made the story move alo...

    This book was provided by the publisher for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I wasn't really sure where The Lost Plot would take this series. After finishing The Burning Page last year, I felt like the ...

    WE HAVE A COVER AND A TITLE. I REPEAT WE HAVE COVER ! AND TITLE! EEEKKK! Sooo beautiful. ...

    I love these books so much ? Irene goes total Columbo at the end of this one too. Brilliant stuff. ...

    *minor spoilers* 3.75 stars Hmmm...so this was the fourth instalment of The Invisible Library series by Genevieve Cogman and whilst I did really enjoy this book (it was witty and all very prim and proper), I didn't love it (like I did the first two). I think the main reason ...

    Wieder ein fantastischer Teil in dieser Reihe. Das letzte Drittel musste ich in einem Rutsch weglesen, an Pause war nicht zu denken :) ...

    Another thriller! This actually felt as if it could be the end of the series. Or not. I think I'd be ok with it ending here. ...

    Best book of the series and first five star award. Irene and Kai are sent to a world where gangsters and Prohibition remain to battle Dragon politics, dire wolves, kidnapping and the integrity of The Library. Just a first rate, steam punk adventure fest. ...