An Argumentation of Historians

An Argumentation of Historians

Behind the seemingly innocuous facade of St. Mary?s Institute of Historical Research, a different kind of academic work is taking place. Just don?t call it ?time travel??these historians ?investigate major historical events in contemporary time.? And they aren?t your harmless eccentrics either; a more accurate description, as they ricochet around history, might be unintent Behind the seemingly innocuous facade of St. Mary?s Institute of Historical Research, a different kind ...

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Title:An Argumentation of Historians
Author:Jodi Taylor
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Genres:Science Fiction
ISBN:An Argumentation of Historians
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Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:465 pages pages

An Argumentation of Historians Reviews

  • Lara
    Apr 01, 2018

    Always a solid SF read no matter what my initial mood. This is my go-to popcorn fiction/time travel/goofy historians/soap opera. I'm always excited to read and always amused to encounter and always satisfied at the end. What more can anyone ask? Hmmm... less heartbreak? But no. T...

    So this is still one of my auto-buy favourite series and it continues t0 be so because it's great. The story is once more, bonkers, but in the most brilliantly British way, and I adore Max and how she deals with the various problems, creepy men, and hiccups along the way. She's just a ...

    I laughed. I cried. I gasped. As always, I can rely on St Mary?s to spin a good yarn and deliver an excellent story. This time we find Max, on her own and without any chance of rescue, in desperate need of help. I don?t want to expand on the plot too much, as I think this is be...

    *** 4.44 *** A Buddy Read with my family @ BB&B UF Wednesday group. "... ?Dr Bairstow regarded him icily. ?All my staff are handpicked.? ?That?s quite true, actually,? said Markham, sunnily. ?I?ve been handpicked many times. Mug shots. Police line-ups. ID pa...

    It's been a while since I've been at St. Mary's. True, I've kept up with the short stories as they are usually sweet in a way, but feel no guilt over having skipped #8. Maybe some day I'll feel strong enough to read it. Why I haven't so far? Well, I can get quite emotional about charac...

    I?m so torn. There are things about this series that I love and others that tend to bug me. This book did have one of the best slap me in the face reveals at the end though so props to Jodi Taylor for that. I love the history. Since I?m completely rubbish at historical stuff it ...

    It's Book Nine in a series. If you're still reading reviews, pull the trigger already! Start at book one, Just One Damned Thing After Another, and work your way through the books. You will experience: --angst --agony --outrage --fury --loathing and that's just for the perpetr...

    Buddy read with the honorary Historians (we can't be the real thing we have too much brains and sense of self preservation) of the Wednesday UF Group. Jodi Taylor gutted us in the previous instalment so I expected a tamer as far as emotions go 9th book. Boy, was I wrong! Sure it w...

    Brilliant! Jodi Taylor on form again. One of the things I?ve wished to read about in a series about time travel, was more of a prolonged stay in a time period. In these stories, usually, the team goes to observe specific events, get into a bit of trouble and come back. But in this on...

    This is a one click pre-order for me as are all the Chronicles of St. Mary's books! Can't wait to read it! ...

    I love this series so much but this was kinda same old...not in a great way. World: The world building continues to be fantastic, the history jumps and the cast of characters that readers have grown with for 9 books now is great. If you want history meets the office this world is fo...

    I thought this book wasn't supposed to be out until May 1st, but whatever, I'll take it, Amazon! Oh man. So, first of all, I laughed out loud about ten times before the book even started thanks to Taylor's introduction and character lists. And then, just...a lot of things happen! An...

  • Sara
    Aug 13, 2017

    Always a solid SF read no matter what my initial mood. This is my go-to popcorn fiction/time travel/goofy historians/soap opera. I'm always excited to read and always amused to encounter and always satisfied at the end. What more can anyone ask? Hmmm... less heartbreak? But no. T...

    So this is still one of my auto-buy favourite series and it continues t0 be so because it's great. The story is once more, bonkers, but in the most brilliantly British way, and I adore Max and how she deals with the various problems, creepy men, and hiccups along the way. She's just a ...

    I laughed. I cried. I gasped. As always, I can rely on St Mary?s to spin a good yarn and deliver an excellent story. This time we find Max, on her own and without any chance of rescue, in desperate need of help. I don?t want to expand on the plot too much, as I think this is be...

  • Tiffany
    Jan 22, 2018

    Always a solid SF read no matter what my initial mood. This is my go-to popcorn fiction/time travel/goofy historians/soap opera. I'm always excited to read and always amused to encounter and always satisfied at the end. What more can anyone ask? Hmmm... less heartbreak? But no. T...

    So this is still one of my auto-buy favourite series and it continues t0 be so because it's great. The story is once more, bonkers, but in the most brilliantly British way, and I adore Max and how she deals with the various problems, creepy men, and hiccups along the way. She's just a ...

    I laughed. I cried. I gasped. As always, I can rely on St Mary?s to spin a good yarn and deliver an excellent story. This time we find Max, on her own and without any chance of rescue, in desperate need of help. I don?t want to expand on the plot too much, as I think this is be...

    *** 4.44 *** A Buddy Read with my family @ BB&B UF Wednesday group. "... ?Dr Bairstow regarded him icily. ?All my staff are handpicked.? ?That?s quite true, actually,? said Markham, sunnily. ?I?ve been handpicked many times. Mug shots. Police line-ups. ID pa...

    It's been a while since I've been at St. Mary's. True, I've kept up with the short stories as they are usually sweet in a way, but feel no guilt over having skipped #8. Maybe some day I'll feel strong enough to read it. Why I haven't so far? Well, I can get quite emotional about charac...

    I?m so torn. There are things about this series that I love and others that tend to bug me. This book did have one of the best slap me in the face reveals at the end though so props to Jodi Taylor for that. I love the history. Since I?m completely rubbish at historical stuff it ...

    It's Book Nine in a series. If you're still reading reviews, pull the trigger already! Start at book one, Just One Damned Thing After Another, and work your way through the books. You will experience: --angst --agony --outrage --fury --loathing and that's just for the perpetr...

    Buddy read with the honorary Historians (we can't be the real thing we have too much brains and sense of self preservation) of the Wednesday UF Group. Jodi Taylor gutted us in the previous instalment so I expected a tamer as far as emotions go 9th book. Boy, was I wrong! Sure it w...

    Brilliant! Jodi Taylor on form again. One of the things I?ve wished to read about in a series about time travel, was more of a prolonged stay in a time period. In these stories, usually, the team goes to observe specific events, get into a bit of trouble and come back. But in this on...

    This is a one click pre-order for me as are all the Chronicles of St. Mary's books! Can't wait to read it! ...

    I love this series so much but this was kinda same old...not in a great way. World: The world building continues to be fantastic, the history jumps and the cast of characters that readers have grown with for 9 books now is great. If you want history meets the office this world is fo...

    I thought this book wasn't supposed to be out until May 1st, but whatever, I'll take it, Amazon! Oh man. So, first of all, I laughed out loud about ten times before the book even started thanks to Taylor's introduction and character lists. And then, just...a lot of things happen! An...

    Probably one of my least favorites, so it was still really good, but I was rather disappointed in it. While Max is one of my all time favorite female characters, I'm a fan of St Mary's as a whole and their antics. I didn't enjoy the approximately 40% of the Max only show, and it seemed...

    Whilst continuing the main series arc with the intrepid historian Madeleine 'Lucy' Maxwell - Max to her friends - Taylor manages to deliver both another thrilling, humourous instalment and a very funny, tongue in cheek take on Outlander. I love this series so much. One to read and rere...

    These books are always enjoyable but I didn?t like the amount of time Max spent removed from St Mary?s. I missed the wider cast of characters. ...

    Oh my goodness. What a fun and wild ride. I had to listen to the last chapter twice to make sure I heard it correctly. I believe that I will begin listening to the series all over again. I love Max and Leon and the gang so much. I am not ready to put them aside just yet. ...

    Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com Collective noun for historians: an argumentation. One of the consequences of having a Mt. TBR that is just short of keeping me awake at night (both literally and figuratively speaking) is that there are few times I'm r...

    I love this series. Unfortunately, except for a couple of short stories, I?m all caught up and now must endure the interminable wait until the next Chronicles of St. Mary?s novel comes out. ...

    What can I say??? What a fantastic series. I absolutely love love love this series and this author!!! I'm already into Battersea Barricades! Oh my goodness, when is the next novel coming out??? Can't be too soon. ...

    Well! BBH....(Fans of Max will understand this) The problem with reading (or watching for that matter) a series, after about book 3 or 4 you keep expecting a lemon to turn up or for the writer to simply run out of ideas. Fans of the series will be glad to hear that this is not that ...

    Love this series and this was no exception. Huge fun twist at the end of this one and cannot wait for the next. Max starts off with great plans to catch Ronan after bumping into Ellis of the Time Police on a nice simple jump to see Henry the 8th get knocked off his horse and possibly t...

    Great as always but with one flaw I loved the book. Following the adventures of Max and the rest of St Mary's is always a great read, but I felt that there was a glaring possible solution to Max's main predicament that she would have thought of. SPOILERS Just before the planned do...

    Well I was frustrated by the ending but I know we?ll find out more in the next book. Hope it comes out soon. Maxwell and Leon are recovering from the pod explosion that happened in book 8 but Clive Ronan is still lose and causing trouble. Where is he? I listened to the book in audibl...

    Another brilliant masterpiece!!! I love this series of books, the sass, sarcasm and humour are brilliant. Also you unwittingly learn things! I?ve learnt more history from these books than I ever did at school. ...

    As usual, an amazing story. I read it in one sitting, going through a whole roller- coaster of emtions. Now I desperately need to read the next one! ...

    You know you really love a series when you buy the 9th one the very day it comes out and keep reading till it's done. Time travel, historical accuracy, wacky British humor, mayhem, and a certain amount of saucy romance--these are a few of my favorite things and they're all present in t...

    Just brilliant no spoilers. A very very anticipated book, wonderfully written keeps you guessing and reading to the end. I would give one piece of advice, read this on a day off and don't start it at night or you'll not get any sleep as you can't put it down ...

    I am here for it and I am ready. That prolouge will get you. ;) ...

  • Karsyn
    Apr 15, 2018

    Always a solid SF read no matter what my initial mood. This is my go-to popcorn fiction/time travel/goofy historians/soap opera. I'm always excited to read and always amused to encounter and always satisfied at the end. What more can anyone ask? Hmmm... less heartbreak? But no. T...

    So this is still one of my auto-buy favourite series and it continues t0 be so because it's great. The story is once more, bonkers, but in the most brilliantly British way, and I adore Max and how she deals with the various problems, creepy men, and hiccups along the way. She's just a ...

    I laughed. I cried. I gasped. As always, I can rely on St Mary?s to spin a good yarn and deliver an excellent story. This time we find Max, on her own and without any chance of rescue, in desperate need of help. I don?t want to expand on the plot too much, as I think this is be...

    *** 4.44 *** A Buddy Read with my family @ BB&B UF Wednesday group. "... ?Dr Bairstow regarded him icily. ?All my staff are handpicked.? ?That?s quite true, actually,? said Markham, sunnily. ?I?ve been handpicked many times. Mug shots. Police line-ups. ID pa...

    It's been a while since I've been at St. Mary's. True, I've kept up with the short stories as they are usually sweet in a way, but feel no guilt over having skipped #8. Maybe some day I'll feel strong enough to read it. Why I haven't so far? Well, I can get quite emotional about charac...

    I?m so torn. There are things about this series that I love and others that tend to bug me. This book did have one of the best slap me in the face reveals at the end though so props to Jodi Taylor for that. I love the history. Since I?m completely rubbish at historical stuff it ...

    It's Book Nine in a series. If you're still reading reviews, pull the trigger already! Start at book one, Just One Damned Thing After Another, and work your way through the books. You will experience: --angst --agony --outrage --fury --loathing and that's just for the perpetr...

    Buddy read with the honorary Historians (we can't be the real thing we have too much brains and sense of self preservation) of the Wednesday UF Group. Jodi Taylor gutted us in the previous instalment so I expected a tamer as far as emotions go 9th book. Boy, was I wrong! Sure it w...

    Brilliant! Jodi Taylor on form again. One of the things I?ve wished to read about in a series about time travel, was more of a prolonged stay in a time period. In these stories, usually, the team goes to observe specific events, get into a bit of trouble and come back. But in this on...

    This is a one click pre-order for me as are all the Chronicles of St. Mary's books! Can't wait to read it! ...

    I love this series so much but this was kinda same old...not in a great way. World: The world building continues to be fantastic, the history jumps and the cast of characters that readers have grown with for 9 books now is great. If you want history meets the office this world is fo...

    I thought this book wasn't supposed to be out until May 1st, but whatever, I'll take it, Amazon! Oh man. So, first of all, I laughed out loud about ten times before the book even started thanks to Taylor's introduction and character lists. And then, just...a lot of things happen! An...

    Probably one of my least favorites, so it was still really good, but I was rather disappointed in it. While Max is one of my all time favorite female characters, I'm a fan of St Mary's as a whole and their antics. I didn't enjoy the approximately 40% of the Max only show, and it seemed...

  • Ariel
    Apr 13, 2018

    Always a solid SF read no matter what my initial mood. This is my go-to popcorn fiction/time travel/goofy historians/soap opera. I'm always excited to read and always amused to encounter and always satisfied at the end. What more can anyone ask? Hmmm... less heartbreak? But no. T...

    So this is still one of my auto-buy favourite series and it continues t0 be so because it's great. The story is once more, bonkers, but in the most brilliantly British way, and I adore Max and how she deals with the various problems, creepy men, and hiccups along the way. She's just a ...

    I laughed. I cried. I gasped. As always, I can rely on St Mary?s to spin a good yarn and deliver an excellent story. This time we find Max, on her own and without any chance of rescue, in desperate need of help. I don?t want to expand on the plot too much, as I think this is be...

    *** 4.44 *** A Buddy Read with my family @ BB&B UF Wednesday group. "... ?Dr Bairstow regarded him icily. ?All my staff are handpicked.? ?That?s quite true, actually,? said Markham, sunnily. ?I?ve been handpicked many times. Mug shots. Police line-ups. ID pa...

    It's been a while since I've been at St. Mary's. True, I've kept up with the short stories as they are usually sweet in a way, but feel no guilt over having skipped #8. Maybe some day I'll feel strong enough to read it. Why I haven't so far? Well, I can get quite emotional about charac...

    I?m so torn. There are things about this series that I love and others that tend to bug me. This book did have one of the best slap me in the face reveals at the end though so props to Jodi Taylor for that. I love the history. Since I?m completely rubbish at historical stuff it ...

    It's Book Nine in a series. If you're still reading reviews, pull the trigger already! Start at book one, Just One Damned Thing After Another, and work your way through the books. You will experience: --angst --agony --outrage --fury --loathing and that's just for the perpetr...

    Buddy read with the honorary Historians (we can't be the real thing we have too much brains and sense of self preservation) of the Wednesday UF Group. Jodi Taylor gutted us in the previous instalment so I expected a tamer as far as emotions go 9th book. Boy, was I wrong! Sure it w...

    Brilliant! Jodi Taylor on form again. One of the things I?ve wished to read about in a series about time travel, was more of a prolonged stay in a time period. In these stories, usually, the team goes to observe specific events, get into a bit of trouble and come back. But in this on...

    This is a one click pre-order for me as are all the Chronicles of St. Mary's books! Can't wait to read it! ...

    I love this series so much but this was kinda same old...not in a great way. World: The world building continues to be fantastic, the history jumps and the cast of characters that readers have grown with for 9 books now is great. If you want history meets the office this world is fo...

    I thought this book wasn't supposed to be out until May 1st, but whatever, I'll take it, Amazon! Oh man. So, first of all, I laughed out loud about ten times before the book even started thanks to Taylor's introduction and character lists. And then, just...a lot of things happen! An...

    Probably one of my least favorites, so it was still really good, but I was rather disappointed in it. While Max is one of my all time favorite female characters, I'm a fan of St Mary's as a whole and their antics. I didn't enjoy the approximately 40% of the Max only show, and it seemed...

    Whilst continuing the main series arc with the intrepid historian Madeleine 'Lucy' Maxwell - Max to her friends - Taylor manages to deliver both another thrilling, humourous instalment and a very funny, tongue in cheek take on Outlander. I love this series so much. One to read and rere...

    These books are always enjoyable but I didn?t like the amount of time Max spent removed from St Mary?s. I missed the wider cast of characters. ...

    Oh my goodness. What a fun and wild ride. I had to listen to the last chapter twice to make sure I heard it correctly. I believe that I will begin listening to the series all over again. I love Max and Leon and the gang so much. I am not ready to put them aside just yet. ...

    Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com Collective noun for historians: an argumentation. One of the consequences of having a Mt. TBR that is just short of keeping me awake at night (both literally and figuratively speaking) is that there are few times I'm r...

    I love this series. Unfortunately, except for a couple of short stories, I?m all caught up and now must endure the interminable wait until the next Chronicles of St. Mary?s novel comes out. ...

    What can I say??? What a fantastic series. I absolutely love love love this series and this author!!! I'm already into Battersea Barricades! Oh my goodness, when is the next novel coming out??? Can't be too soon. ...

    Well! BBH....(Fans of Max will understand this) The problem with reading (or watching for that matter) a series, after about book 3 or 4 you keep expecting a lemon to turn up or for the writer to simply run out of ideas. Fans of the series will be glad to hear that this is not that ...

    Love this series and this was no exception. Huge fun twist at the end of this one and cannot wait for the next. Max starts off with great plans to catch Ronan after bumping into Ellis of the Time Police on a nice simple jump to see Henry the 8th get knocked off his horse and possibly t...

    Great as always but with one flaw I loved the book. Following the adventures of Max and the rest of St Mary's is always a great read, but I felt that there was a glaring possible solution to Max's main predicament that she would have thought of. SPOILERS Just before the planned do...

    Well I was frustrated by the ending but I know we?ll find out more in the next book. Hope it comes out soon. Maxwell and Leon are recovering from the pod explosion that happened in book 8 but Clive Ronan is still lose and causing trouble. Where is he? I listened to the book in audibl...

    Another brilliant masterpiece!!! I love this series of books, the sass, sarcasm and humour are brilliant. Also you unwittingly learn things! I?ve learnt more history from these books than I ever did at school. ...

    As usual, an amazing story. I read it in one sitting, going through a whole roller- coaster of emtions. Now I desperately need to read the next one! ...

    You know you really love a series when you buy the 9th one the very day it comes out and keep reading till it's done. Time travel, historical accuracy, wacky British humor, mayhem, and a certain amount of saucy romance--these are a few of my favorite things and they're all present in t...

  • Jan McClintock
    Sep 17, 2018

    Always a solid SF read no matter what my initial mood. This is my go-to popcorn fiction/time travel/goofy historians/soap opera. I'm always excited to read and always amused to encounter and always satisfied at the end. What more can anyone ask? Hmmm... less heartbreak? But no. T...

    So this is still one of my auto-buy favourite series and it continues t0 be so because it's great. The story is once more, bonkers, but in the most brilliantly British way, and I adore Max and how she deals with the various problems, creepy men, and hiccups along the way. She's just a ...

    I laughed. I cried. I gasped. As always, I can rely on St Mary?s to spin a good yarn and deliver an excellent story. This time we find Max, on her own and without any chance of rescue, in desperate need of help. I don?t want to expand on the plot too much, as I think this is be...

    *** 4.44 *** A Buddy Read with my family @ BB&B UF Wednesday group. "... ?Dr Bairstow regarded him icily. ?All my staff are handpicked.? ?That?s quite true, actually,? said Markham, sunnily. ?I?ve been handpicked many times. Mug shots. Police line-ups. ID pa...

    It's been a while since I've been at St. Mary's. True, I've kept up with the short stories as they are usually sweet in a way, but feel no guilt over having skipped #8. Maybe some day I'll feel strong enough to read it. Why I haven't so far? Well, I can get quite emotional about charac...

    I?m so torn. There are things about this series that I love and others that tend to bug me. This book did have one of the best slap me in the face reveals at the end though so props to Jodi Taylor for that. I love the history. Since I?m completely rubbish at historical stuff it ...

    It's Book Nine in a series. If you're still reading reviews, pull the trigger already! Start at book one, Just One Damned Thing After Another, and work your way through the books. You will experience: --angst --agony --outrage --fury --loathing and that's just for the perpetr...

    Buddy read with the honorary Historians (we can't be the real thing we have too much brains and sense of self preservation) of the Wednesday UF Group. Jodi Taylor gutted us in the previous instalment so I expected a tamer as far as emotions go 9th book. Boy, was I wrong! Sure it w...

    Brilliant! Jodi Taylor on form again. One of the things I?ve wished to read about in a series about time travel, was more of a prolonged stay in a time period. In these stories, usually, the team goes to observe specific events, get into a bit of trouble and come back. But in this on...

    This is a one click pre-order for me as are all the Chronicles of St. Mary's books! Can't wait to read it! ...

    I love this series so much but this was kinda same old...not in a great way. World: The world building continues to be fantastic, the history jumps and the cast of characters that readers have grown with for 9 books now is great. If you want history meets the office this world is fo...

    I thought this book wasn't supposed to be out until May 1st, but whatever, I'll take it, Amazon! Oh man. So, first of all, I laughed out loud about ten times before the book even started thanks to Taylor's introduction and character lists. And then, just...a lot of things happen! An...

    Probably one of my least favorites, so it was still really good, but I was rather disappointed in it. While Max is one of my all time favorite female characters, I'm a fan of St Mary's as a whole and their antics. I didn't enjoy the approximately 40% of the Max only show, and it seemed...

    Whilst continuing the main series arc with the intrepid historian Madeleine 'Lucy' Maxwell - Max to her friends - Taylor manages to deliver both another thrilling, humourous instalment and a very funny, tongue in cheek take on Outlander. I love this series so much. One to read and rere...

    These books are always enjoyable but I didn?t like the amount of time Max spent removed from St Mary?s. I missed the wider cast of characters. ...

    Oh my goodness. What a fun and wild ride. I had to listen to the last chapter twice to make sure I heard it correctly. I believe that I will begin listening to the series all over again. I love Max and Leon and the gang so much. I am not ready to put them aside just yet. ...

    Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com Collective noun for historians: an argumentation. One of the consequences of having a Mt. TBR that is just short of keeping me awake at night (both literally and figuratively speaking) is that there are few times I'm r...

    I love this series. Unfortunately, except for a couple of short stories, I?m all caught up and now must endure the interminable wait until the next Chronicles of St. Mary?s novel comes out. ...

    What can I say??? What a fantastic series. I absolutely love love love this series and this author!!! I'm already into Battersea Barricades! Oh my goodness, when is the next novel coming out??? Can't be too soon. ...

    Well! BBH....(Fans of Max will understand this) The problem with reading (or watching for that matter) a series, after about book 3 or 4 you keep expecting a lemon to turn up or for the writer to simply run out of ideas. Fans of the series will be glad to hear that this is not that ...

    Love this series and this was no exception. Huge fun twist at the end of this one and cannot wait for the next. Max starts off with great plans to catch Ronan after bumping into Ellis of the Time Police on a nice simple jump to see Henry the 8th get knocked off his horse and possibly t...

    Great as always but with one flaw I loved the book. Following the adventures of Max and the rest of St Mary's is always a great read, but I felt that there was a glaring possible solution to Max's main predicament that she would have thought of. SPOILERS Just before the planned do...

    Well I was frustrated by the ending but I know we?ll find out more in the next book. Hope it comes out soon. Maxwell and Leon are recovering from the pod explosion that happened in book 8 but Clive Ronan is still lose and causing trouble. Where is he? I listened to the book in audibl...

    Another brilliant masterpiece!!! I love this series of books, the sass, sarcasm and humour are brilliant. Also you unwittingly learn things! I?ve learnt more history from these books than I ever did at school. ...

    As usual, an amazing story. I read it in one sitting, going through a whole roller- coaster of emtions. Now I desperately need to read the next one! ...

    You know you really love a series when you buy the 9th one the very day it comes out and keep reading till it's done. Time travel, historical accuracy, wacky British humor, mayhem, and a certain amount of saucy romance--these are a few of my favorite things and they're all present in t...

    Just brilliant no spoilers. A very very anticipated book, wonderfully written keeps you guessing and reading to the end. I would give one piece of advice, read this on a day off and don't start it at night or you'll not get any sleep as you can't put it down ...

    I am here for it and I am ready. That prolouge will get you. ;) ...

    She?s 100% an autobuy author and I wasn?t disappointed with this book. As always, her writing is rich in historical detail without compromising entertainment (honestly, I?ve learnt more history from her books than I did at school). There?s some properly suspenseful moments in t...

    Another fun outing for the St. Mary's crowd, although not as lighthearted as previous books in the series. Folks are recovering from previous injuries and tragedies, and Max spends some time away from home. One big plot twist really adds to the story. As usual, Zara Ramm does an ou...

  • Trish
    Apr 14, 2018

    Always a solid SF read no matter what my initial mood. This is my go-to popcorn fiction/time travel/goofy historians/soap opera. I'm always excited to read and always amused to encounter and always satisfied at the end. What more can anyone ask? Hmmm... less heartbreak? But no. T...

    So this is still one of my auto-buy favourite series and it continues t0 be so because it's great. The story is once more, bonkers, but in the most brilliantly British way, and I adore Max and how she deals with the various problems, creepy men, and hiccups along the way. She's just a ...

    I laughed. I cried. I gasped. As always, I can rely on St Mary?s to spin a good yarn and deliver an excellent story. This time we find Max, on her own and without any chance of rescue, in desperate need of help. I don?t want to expand on the plot too much, as I think this is be...

    *** 4.44 *** A Buddy Read with my family @ BB&B UF Wednesday group. "... ?Dr Bairstow regarded him icily. ?All my staff are handpicked.? ?That?s quite true, actually,? said Markham, sunnily. ?I?ve been handpicked many times. Mug shots. Police line-ups. ID pa...

    It's been a while since I've been at St. Mary's. True, I've kept up with the short stories as they are usually sweet in a way, but feel no guilt over having skipped #8. Maybe some day I'll feel strong enough to read it. Why I haven't so far? Well, I can get quite emotional about charac...

  • Richard Derus
    Apr 12, 2018

    Always a solid SF read no matter what my initial mood. This is my go-to popcorn fiction/time travel/goofy historians/soap opera. I'm always excited to read and always amused to encounter and always satisfied at the end. What more can anyone ask? Hmmm... less heartbreak? But no. T...

    So this is still one of my auto-buy favourite series and it continues t0 be so because it's great. The story is once more, bonkers, but in the most brilliantly British way, and I adore Max and how she deals with the various problems, creepy men, and hiccups along the way. She's just a ...

    I laughed. I cried. I gasped. As always, I can rely on St Mary?s to spin a good yarn and deliver an excellent story. This time we find Max, on her own and without any chance of rescue, in desperate need of help. I don?t want to expand on the plot too much, as I think this is be...

    *** 4.44 *** A Buddy Read with my family @ BB&B UF Wednesday group. "... ?Dr Bairstow regarded him icily. ?All my staff are handpicked.? ?That?s quite true, actually,? said Markham, sunnily. ?I?ve been handpicked many times. Mug shots. Police line-ups. ID pa...

    It's been a while since I've been at St. Mary's. True, I've kept up with the short stories as they are usually sweet in a way, but feel no guilt over having skipped #8. Maybe some day I'll feel strong enough to read it. Why I haven't so far? Well, I can get quite emotional about charac...

    I?m so torn. There are things about this series that I love and others that tend to bug me. This book did have one of the best slap me in the face reveals at the end though so props to Jodi Taylor for that. I love the history. Since I?m completely rubbish at historical stuff it ...

    It's Book Nine in a series. If you're still reading reviews, pull the trigger already! Start at book one, Just One Damned Thing After Another, and work your way through the books. You will experience: --angst --agony --outrage --fury --loathing and that's just for the perpetr...

  • Bradley
    Apr 14, 2018

    Always a solid SF read no matter what my initial mood. This is my go-to popcorn fiction/time travel/goofy historians/soap opera. I'm always excited to read and always amused to encounter and always satisfied at the end. What more can anyone ask? Hmmm... less heartbreak? But no. T...

  • Linda
    Apr 14, 2018

    Always a solid SF read no matter what my initial mood. This is my go-to popcorn fiction/time travel/goofy historians/soap opera. I'm always excited to read and always amused to encounter and always satisfied at the end. What more can anyone ask? Hmmm... less heartbreak? But no. T...

    So this is still one of my auto-buy favourite series and it continues t0 be so because it's great. The story is once more, bonkers, but in the most brilliantly British way, and I adore Max and how she deals with the various problems, creepy men, and hiccups along the way. She's just a ...

    I laughed. I cried. I gasped. As always, I can rely on St Mary?s to spin a good yarn and deliver an excellent story. This time we find Max, on her own and without any chance of rescue, in desperate need of help. I don?t want to expand on the plot too much, as I think this is be...

    *** 4.44 *** A Buddy Read with my family @ BB&B UF Wednesday group. "... ?Dr Bairstow regarded him icily. ?All my staff are handpicked.? ?That?s quite true, actually,? said Markham, sunnily. ?I?ve been handpicked many times. Mug shots. Police line-ups. ID pa...

    It's been a while since I've been at St. Mary's. True, I've kept up with the short stories as they are usually sweet in a way, but feel no guilt over having skipped #8. Maybe some day I'll feel strong enough to read it. Why I haven't so far? Well, I can get quite emotional about charac...

    I?m so torn. There are things about this series that I love and others that tend to bug me. This book did have one of the best slap me in the face reveals at the end though so props to Jodi Taylor for that. I love the history. Since I?m completely rubbish at historical stuff it ...

    It's Book Nine in a series. If you're still reading reviews, pull the trigger already! Start at book one, Just One Damned Thing After Another, and work your way through the books. You will experience: --angst --agony --outrage --fury --loathing and that's just for the perpetr...

    Buddy read with the honorary Historians (we can't be the real thing we have too much brains and sense of self preservation) of the Wednesday UF Group. Jodi Taylor gutted us in the previous instalment so I expected a tamer as far as emotions go 9th book. Boy, was I wrong! Sure it w...

    Brilliant! Jodi Taylor on form again. One of the things I?ve wished to read about in a series about time travel, was more of a prolonged stay in a time period. In these stories, usually, the team goes to observe specific events, get into a bit of trouble and come back. But in this on...

    This is a one click pre-order for me as are all the Chronicles of St. Mary's books! Can't wait to read it! ...

    I love this series so much but this was kinda same old...not in a great way. World: The world building continues to be fantastic, the history jumps and the cast of characters that readers have grown with for 9 books now is great. If you want history meets the office this world is fo...

    I thought this book wasn't supposed to be out until May 1st, but whatever, I'll take it, Amazon! Oh man. So, first of all, I laughed out loud about ten times before the book even started thanks to Taylor's introduction and character lists. And then, just...a lot of things happen! An...

    Probably one of my least favorites, so it was still really good, but I was rather disappointed in it. While Max is one of my all time favorite female characters, I'm a fan of St Mary's as a whole and their antics. I didn't enjoy the approximately 40% of the Max only show, and it seemed...

    Whilst continuing the main series arc with the intrepid historian Madeleine 'Lucy' Maxwell - Max to her friends - Taylor manages to deliver both another thrilling, humourous instalment and a very funny, tongue in cheek take on Outlander. I love this series so much. One to read and rere...

    These books are always enjoyable but I didn?t like the amount of time Max spent removed from St Mary?s. I missed the wider cast of characters. ...

    Oh my goodness. What a fun and wild ride. I had to listen to the last chapter twice to make sure I heard it correctly. I believe that I will begin listening to the series all over again. I love Max and Leon and the gang so much. I am not ready to put them aside just yet. ...

    Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com Collective noun for historians: an argumentation. One of the consequences of having a Mt. TBR that is just short of keeping me awake at night (both literally and figuratively speaking) is that there are few times I'm r...

    I love this series. Unfortunately, except for a couple of short stories, I?m all caught up and now must endure the interminable wait until the next Chronicles of St. Mary?s novel comes out. ...

    What can I say??? What a fantastic series. I absolutely love love love this series and this author!!! I'm already into Battersea Barricades! Oh my goodness, when is the next novel coming out??? Can't be too soon. ...

    Well! BBH....(Fans of Max will understand this) The problem with reading (or watching for that matter) a series, after about book 3 or 4 you keep expecting a lemon to turn up or for the writer to simply run out of ideas. Fans of the series will be glad to hear that this is not that ...

    Love this series and this was no exception. Huge fun twist at the end of this one and cannot wait for the next. Max starts off with great plans to catch Ronan after bumping into Ellis of the Time Police on a nice simple jump to see Henry the 8th get knocked off his horse and possibly t...

    Great as always but with one flaw I loved the book. Following the adventures of Max and the rest of St Mary's is always a great read, but I felt that there was a glaring possible solution to Max's main predicament that she would have thought of. SPOILERS Just before the planned do...

    Well I was frustrated by the ending but I know we?ll find out more in the next book. Hope it comes out soon. Maxwell and Leon are recovering from the pod explosion that happened in book 8 but Clive Ronan is still lose and causing trouble. Where is he? I listened to the book in audibl...

  • Li
    May 18, 2018

    Always a solid SF read no matter what my initial mood. This is my go-to popcorn fiction/time travel/goofy historians/soap opera. I'm always excited to read and always amused to encounter and always satisfied at the end. What more can anyone ask? Hmmm... less heartbreak? But no. T...

    So this is still one of my auto-buy favourite series and it continues t0 be so because it's great. The story is once more, bonkers, but in the most brilliantly British way, and I adore Max and how she deals with the various problems, creepy men, and hiccups along the way. She's just a ...

    I laughed. I cried. I gasped. As always, I can rely on St Mary?s to spin a good yarn and deliver an excellent story. This time we find Max, on her own and without any chance of rescue, in desperate need of help. I don?t want to expand on the plot too much, as I think this is be...

    *** 4.44 *** A Buddy Read with my family @ BB&B UF Wednesday group. "... ?Dr Bairstow regarded him icily. ?All my staff are handpicked.? ?That?s quite true, actually,? said Markham, sunnily. ?I?ve been handpicked many times. Mug shots. Police line-ups. ID pa...

    It's been a while since I've been at St. Mary's. True, I've kept up with the short stories as they are usually sweet in a way, but feel no guilt over having skipped #8. Maybe some day I'll feel strong enough to read it. Why I haven't so far? Well, I can get quite emotional about charac...

    I?m so torn. There are things about this series that I love and others that tend to bug me. This book did have one of the best slap me in the face reveals at the end though so props to Jodi Taylor for that. I love the history. Since I?m completely rubbish at historical stuff it ...

    It's Book Nine in a series. If you're still reading reviews, pull the trigger already! Start at book one, Just One Damned Thing After Another, and work your way through the books. You will experience: --angst --agony --outrage --fury --loathing and that's just for the perpetr...

    Buddy read with the honorary Historians (we can't be the real thing we have too much brains and sense of self preservation) of the Wednesday UF Group. Jodi Taylor gutted us in the previous instalment so I expected a tamer as far as emotions go 9th book. Boy, was I wrong! Sure it w...

    Brilliant! Jodi Taylor on form again. One of the things I?ve wished to read about in a series about time travel, was more of a prolonged stay in a time period. In these stories, usually, the team goes to observe specific events, get into a bit of trouble and come back. But in this on...

    This is a one click pre-order for me as are all the Chronicles of St. Mary's books! Can't wait to read it! ...

    I love this series so much but this was kinda same old...not in a great way. World: The world building continues to be fantastic, the history jumps and the cast of characters that readers have grown with for 9 books now is great. If you want history meets the office this world is fo...

    I thought this book wasn't supposed to be out until May 1st, but whatever, I'll take it, Amazon! Oh man. So, first of all, I laughed out loud about ten times before the book even started thanks to Taylor's introduction and character lists. And then, just...a lot of things happen! An...

    Probably one of my least favorites, so it was still really good, but I was rather disappointed in it. While Max is one of my all time favorite female characters, I'm a fan of St Mary's as a whole and their antics. I didn't enjoy the approximately 40% of the Max only show, and it seemed...

    Whilst continuing the main series arc with the intrepid historian Madeleine 'Lucy' Maxwell - Max to her friends - Taylor manages to deliver both another thrilling, humourous instalment and a very funny, tongue in cheek take on Outlander. I love this series so much. One to read and rere...

    These books are always enjoyable but I didn?t like the amount of time Max spent removed from St Mary?s. I missed the wider cast of characters. ...

    Oh my goodness. What a fun and wild ride. I had to listen to the last chapter twice to make sure I heard it correctly. I believe that I will begin listening to the series all over again. I love Max and Leon and the gang so much. I am not ready to put them aside just yet. ...

    Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com Collective noun for historians: an argumentation. One of the consequences of having a Mt. TBR that is just short of keeping me awake at night (both literally and figuratively speaking) is that there are few times I'm r...

    I love this series. Unfortunately, except for a couple of short stories, I?m all caught up and now must endure the interminable wait until the next Chronicles of St. Mary?s novel comes out. ...

    What can I say??? What a fantastic series. I absolutely love love love this series and this author!!! I'm already into Battersea Barricades! Oh my goodness, when is the next novel coming out??? Can't be too soon. ...

    Well! BBH....(Fans of Max will understand this) The problem with reading (or watching for that matter) a series, after about book 3 or 4 you keep expecting a lemon to turn up or for the writer to simply run out of ideas. Fans of the series will be glad to hear that this is not that ...

    Love this series and this was no exception. Huge fun twist at the end of this one and cannot wait for the next. Max starts off with great plans to catch Ronan after bumping into Ellis of the Time Police on a nice simple jump to see Henry the 8th get knocked off his horse and possibly t...

    Great as always but with one flaw I loved the book. Following the adventures of Max and the rest of St Mary's is always a great read, but I felt that there was a glaring possible solution to Max's main predicament that she would have thought of. SPOILERS Just before the planned do...

    Well I was frustrated by the ending but I know we?ll find out more in the next book. Hope it comes out soon. Maxwell and Leon are recovering from the pod explosion that happened in book 8 but Clive Ronan is still lose and causing trouble. Where is he? I listened to the book in audibl...

    Another brilliant masterpiece!!! I love this series of books, the sass, sarcasm and humour are brilliant. Also you unwittingly learn things! I?ve learnt more history from these books than I ever did at school. ...

    As usual, an amazing story. I read it in one sitting, going through a whole roller- coaster of emtions. Now I desperately need to read the next one! ...

    You know you really love a series when you buy the 9th one the very day it comes out and keep reading till it's done. Time travel, historical accuracy, wacky British humor, mayhem, and a certain amount of saucy romance--these are a few of my favorite things and they're all present in t...

    Just brilliant no spoilers. A very very anticipated book, wonderfully written keeps you guessing and reading to the end. I would give one piece of advice, read this on a day off and don't start it at night or you'll not get any sleep as you can't put it down ...

    I am here for it and I am ready. That prolouge will get you. ;) ...

    She?s 100% an autobuy author and I wasn?t disappointed with this book. As always, her writing is rich in historical detail without compromising entertainment (honestly, I?ve learnt more history from her books than I did at school). There?s some properly suspenseful moments in t...

  • Marjolein
    Apr 13, 2018

    Always a solid SF read no matter what my initial mood. This is my go-to popcorn fiction/time travel/goofy historians/soap opera. I'm always excited to read and always amused to encounter and always satisfied at the end. What more can anyone ask? Hmmm... less heartbreak? But no. T...

    So this is still one of my auto-buy favourite series and it continues t0 be so because it's great. The story is once more, bonkers, but in the most brilliantly British way, and I adore Max and how she deals with the various problems, creepy men, and hiccups along the way. She's just a ...

    I laughed. I cried. I gasped. As always, I can rely on St Mary?s to spin a good yarn and deliver an excellent story. This time we find Max, on her own and without any chance of rescue, in desperate need of help. I don?t want to expand on the plot too much, as I think this is be...

    *** 4.44 *** A Buddy Read with my family @ BB&B UF Wednesday group. "... ?Dr Bairstow regarded him icily. ?All my staff are handpicked.? ?That?s quite true, actually,? said Markham, sunnily. ?I?ve been handpicked many times. Mug shots. Police line-ups. ID pa...

    It's been a while since I've been at St. Mary's. True, I've kept up with the short stories as they are usually sweet in a way, but feel no guilt over having skipped #8. Maybe some day I'll feel strong enough to read it. Why I haven't so far? Well, I can get quite emotional about charac...

    I?m so torn. There are things about this series that I love and others that tend to bug me. This book did have one of the best slap me in the face reveals at the end though so props to Jodi Taylor for that. I love the history. Since I?m completely rubbish at historical stuff it ...

    It's Book Nine in a series. If you're still reading reviews, pull the trigger already! Start at book one, Just One Damned Thing After Another, and work your way through the books. You will experience: --angst --agony --outrage --fury --loathing and that's just for the perpetr...

    Buddy read with the honorary Historians (we can't be the real thing we have too much brains and sense of self preservation) of the Wednesday UF Group. Jodi Taylor gutted us in the previous instalment so I expected a tamer as far as emotions go 9th book. Boy, was I wrong! Sure it w...

    Brilliant! Jodi Taylor on form again. One of the things I?ve wished to read about in a series about time travel, was more of a prolonged stay in a time period. In these stories, usually, the team goes to observe specific events, get into a bit of trouble and come back. But in this on...

    This is a one click pre-order for me as are all the Chronicles of St. Mary's books! Can't wait to read it! ...

    I love this series so much but this was kinda same old...not in a great way. World: The world building continues to be fantastic, the history jumps and the cast of characters that readers have grown with for 9 books now is great. If you want history meets the office this world is fo...

    I thought this book wasn't supposed to be out until May 1st, but whatever, I'll take it, Amazon! Oh man. So, first of all, I laughed out loud about ten times before the book even started thanks to Taylor's introduction and character lists. And then, just...a lot of things happen! An...

    Probably one of my least favorites, so it was still really good, but I was rather disappointed in it. While Max is one of my all time favorite female characters, I'm a fan of St Mary's as a whole and their antics. I didn't enjoy the approximately 40% of the Max only show, and it seemed...

    Whilst continuing the main series arc with the intrepid historian Madeleine 'Lucy' Maxwell - Max to her friends - Taylor manages to deliver both another thrilling, humourous instalment and a very funny, tongue in cheek take on Outlander. I love this series so much. One to read and rere...

    These books are always enjoyable but I didn?t like the amount of time Max spent removed from St Mary?s. I missed the wider cast of characters. ...

    Oh my goodness. What a fun and wild ride. I had to listen to the last chapter twice to make sure I heard it correctly. I believe that I will begin listening to the series all over again. I love Max and Leon and the gang so much. I am not ready to put them aside just yet. ...

    Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com Collective noun for historians: an argumentation. One of the consequences of having a Mt. TBR that is just short of keeping me awake at night (both literally and figuratively speaking) is that there are few times I'm r...

  • Argum
    Apr 11, 2018

    Always a solid SF read no matter what my initial mood. This is my go-to popcorn fiction/time travel/goofy historians/soap opera. I'm always excited to read and always amused to encounter and always satisfied at the end. What more can anyone ask? Hmmm... less heartbreak? But no. T...

    So this is still one of my auto-buy favourite series and it continues t0 be so because it's great. The story is once more, bonkers, but in the most brilliantly British way, and I adore Max and how she deals with the various problems, creepy men, and hiccups along the way. She's just a ...

    I laughed. I cried. I gasped. As always, I can rely on St Mary?s to spin a good yarn and deliver an excellent story. This time we find Max, on her own and without any chance of rescue, in desperate need of help. I don?t want to expand on the plot too much, as I think this is be...

    *** 4.44 *** A Buddy Read with my family @ BB&B UF Wednesday group. "... ?Dr Bairstow regarded him icily. ?All my staff are handpicked.? ?That?s quite true, actually,? said Markham, sunnily. ?I?ve been handpicked many times. Mug shots. Police line-ups. ID pa...

    It's been a while since I've been at St. Mary's. True, I've kept up with the short stories as they are usually sweet in a way, but feel no guilt over having skipped #8. Maybe some day I'll feel strong enough to read it. Why I haven't so far? Well, I can get quite emotional about charac...

    I?m so torn. There are things about this series that I love and others that tend to bug me. This book did have one of the best slap me in the face reveals at the end though so props to Jodi Taylor for that. I love the history. Since I?m completely rubbish at historical stuff it ...

    It's Book Nine in a series. If you're still reading reviews, pull the trigger already! Start at book one, Just One Damned Thing After Another, and work your way through the books. You will experience: --angst --agony --outrage --fury --loathing and that's just for the perpetr...

    Buddy read with the honorary Historians (we can't be the real thing we have too much brains and sense of self preservation) of the Wednesday UF Group. Jodi Taylor gutted us in the previous instalment so I expected a tamer as far as emotions go 9th book. Boy, was I wrong! Sure it w...

    Brilliant! Jodi Taylor on form again. One of the things I?ve wished to read about in a series about time travel, was more of a prolonged stay in a time period. In these stories, usually, the team goes to observe specific events, get into a bit of trouble and come back. But in this on...

    This is a one click pre-order for me as are all the Chronicles of St. Mary's books! Can't wait to read it! ...

    I love this series so much but this was kinda same old...not in a great way. World: The world building continues to be fantastic, the history jumps and the cast of characters that readers have grown with for 9 books now is great. If you want history meets the office this world is fo...

    I thought this book wasn't supposed to be out until May 1st, but whatever, I'll take it, Amazon! Oh man. So, first of all, I laughed out loud about ten times before the book even started thanks to Taylor's introduction and character lists. And then, just...a lot of things happen! An...

    Probably one of my least favorites, so it was still really good, but I was rather disappointed in it. While Max is one of my all time favorite female characters, I'm a fan of St Mary's as a whole and their antics. I didn't enjoy the approximately 40% of the Max only show, and it seemed...

    Whilst continuing the main series arc with the intrepid historian Madeleine 'Lucy' Maxwell - Max to her friends - Taylor manages to deliver both another thrilling, humourous instalment and a very funny, tongue in cheek take on Outlander. I love this series so much. One to read and rere...

    These books are always enjoyable but I didn?t like the amount of time Max spent removed from St Mary?s. I missed the wider cast of characters. ...

    Oh my goodness. What a fun and wild ride. I had to listen to the last chapter twice to make sure I heard it correctly. I believe that I will begin listening to the series all over again. I love Max and Leon and the gang so much. I am not ready to put them aside just yet. ...

    Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com Collective noun for historians: an argumentation. One of the consequences of having a Mt. TBR that is just short of keeping me awake at night (both literally and figuratively speaking) is that there are few times I'm r...

    I love this series. Unfortunately, except for a couple of short stories, I?m all caught up and now must endure the interminable wait until the next Chronicles of St. Mary?s novel comes out. ...

    What can I say??? What a fantastic series. I absolutely love love love this series and this author!!! I'm already into Battersea Barricades! Oh my goodness, when is the next novel coming out??? Can't be too soon. ...

    Well! BBH....(Fans of Max will understand this) The problem with reading (or watching for that matter) a series, after about book 3 or 4 you keep expecting a lemon to turn up or for the writer to simply run out of ideas. Fans of the series will be glad to hear that this is not that ...

    Love this series and this was no exception. Huge fun twist at the end of this one and cannot wait for the next. Max starts off with great plans to catch Ronan after bumping into Ellis of the Time Police on a nice simple jump to see Henry the 8th get knocked off his horse and possibly t...

  • Emma
    Sep 18, 2018

    Always a solid SF read no matter what my initial mood. This is my go-to popcorn fiction/time travel/goofy historians/soap opera. I'm always excited to read and always amused to encounter and always satisfied at the end. What more can anyone ask? Hmmm... less heartbreak? But no. T...

    So this is still one of my auto-buy favourite series and it continues t0 be so because it's great. The story is once more, bonkers, but in the most brilliantly British way, and I adore Max and how she deals with the various problems, creepy men, and hiccups along the way. She's just a ...

    I laughed. I cried. I gasped. As always, I can rely on St Mary?s to spin a good yarn and deliver an excellent story. This time we find Max, on her own and without any chance of rescue, in desperate need of help. I don?t want to expand on the plot too much, as I think this is be...

    *** 4.44 *** A Buddy Read with my family @ BB&B UF Wednesday group. "... ?Dr Bairstow regarded him icily. ?All my staff are handpicked.? ?That?s quite true, actually,? said Markham, sunnily. ?I?ve been handpicked many times. Mug shots. Police line-ups. ID pa...

    It's been a while since I've been at St. Mary's. True, I've kept up with the short stories as they are usually sweet in a way, but feel no guilt over having skipped #8. Maybe some day I'll feel strong enough to read it. Why I haven't so far? Well, I can get quite emotional about charac...

    I?m so torn. There are things about this series that I love and others that tend to bug me. This book did have one of the best slap me in the face reveals at the end though so props to Jodi Taylor for that. I love the history. Since I?m completely rubbish at historical stuff it ...

    It's Book Nine in a series. If you're still reading reviews, pull the trigger already! Start at book one, Just One Damned Thing After Another, and work your way through the books. You will experience: --angst --agony --outrage --fury --loathing and that's just for the perpetr...

    Buddy read with the honorary Historians (we can't be the real thing we have too much brains and sense of self preservation) of the Wednesday UF Group. Jodi Taylor gutted us in the previous instalment so I expected a tamer as far as emotions go 9th book. Boy, was I wrong! Sure it w...

    Brilliant! Jodi Taylor on form again. One of the things I?ve wished to read about in a series about time travel, was more of a prolonged stay in a time period. In these stories, usually, the team goes to observe specific events, get into a bit of trouble and come back. But in this on...

  • Emma
    Apr 12, 2018

    Always a solid SF read no matter what my initial mood. This is my go-to popcorn fiction/time travel/goofy historians/soap opera. I'm always excited to read and always amused to encounter and always satisfied at the end. What more can anyone ask? Hmmm... less heartbreak? But no. T...

    So this is still one of my auto-buy favourite series and it continues t0 be so because it's great. The story is once more, bonkers, but in the most brilliantly British way, and I adore Max and how she deals with the various problems, creepy men, and hiccups along the way. She's just a ...

    I laughed. I cried. I gasped. As always, I can rely on St Mary?s to spin a good yarn and deliver an excellent story. This time we find Max, on her own and without any chance of rescue, in desperate need of help. I don?t want to expand on the plot too much, as I think this is be...

    *** 4.44 *** A Buddy Read with my family @ BB&B UF Wednesday group. "... ?Dr Bairstow regarded him icily. ?All my staff are handpicked.? ?That?s quite true, actually,? said Markham, sunnily. ?I?ve been handpicked many times. Mug shots. Police line-ups. ID pa...

    It's been a while since I've been at St. Mary's. True, I've kept up with the short stories as they are usually sweet in a way, but feel no guilt over having skipped #8. Maybe some day I'll feel strong enough to read it. Why I haven't so far? Well, I can get quite emotional about charac...

    I?m so torn. There are things about this series that I love and others that tend to bug me. This book did have one of the best slap me in the face reveals at the end though so props to Jodi Taylor for that. I love the history. Since I?m completely rubbish at historical stuff it ...

    It's Book Nine in a series. If you're still reading reviews, pull the trigger already! Start at book one, Just One Damned Thing After Another, and work your way through the books. You will experience: --angst --agony --outrage --fury --loathing and that's just for the perpetr...

    Buddy read with the honorary Historians (we can't be the real thing we have too much brains and sense of self preservation) of the Wednesday UF Group. Jodi Taylor gutted us in the previous instalment so I expected a tamer as far as emotions go 9th book. Boy, was I wrong! Sure it w...

    Brilliant! Jodi Taylor on form again. One of the things I?ve wished to read about in a series about time travel, was more of a prolonged stay in a time period. In these stories, usually, the team goes to observe specific events, get into a bit of trouble and come back. But in this on...

    This is a one click pre-order for me as are all the Chronicles of St. Mary's books! Can't wait to read it! ...

    I love this series so much but this was kinda same old...not in a great way. World: The world building continues to be fantastic, the history jumps and the cast of characters that readers have grown with for 9 books now is great. If you want history meets the office this world is fo...

    I thought this book wasn't supposed to be out until May 1st, but whatever, I'll take it, Amazon! Oh man. So, first of all, I laughed out loud about ten times before the book even started thanks to Taylor's introduction and character lists. And then, just...a lot of things happen! An...

    Probably one of my least favorites, so it was still really good, but I was rather disappointed in it. While Max is one of my all time favorite female characters, I'm a fan of St Mary's as a whole and their antics. I didn't enjoy the approximately 40% of the Max only show, and it seemed...

    Whilst continuing the main series arc with the intrepid historian Madeleine 'Lucy' Maxwell - Max to her friends - Taylor manages to deliver both another thrilling, humourous instalment and a very funny, tongue in cheek take on Outlander. I love this series so much. One to read and rere...

    These books are always enjoyable but I didn?t like the amount of time Max spent removed from St Mary?s. I missed the wider cast of characters. ...

    Oh my goodness. What a fun and wild ride. I had to listen to the last chapter twice to make sure I heard it correctly. I believe that I will begin listening to the series all over again. I love Max and Leon and the gang so much. I am not ready to put them aside just yet. ...

    Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com Collective noun for historians: an argumentation. One of the consequences of having a Mt. TBR that is just short of keeping me awake at night (both literally and figuratively speaking) is that there are few times I'm r...

    I love this series. Unfortunately, except for a couple of short stories, I?m all caught up and now must endure the interminable wait until the next Chronicles of St. Mary?s novel comes out. ...

    What can I say??? What a fantastic series. I absolutely love love love this series and this author!!! I'm already into Battersea Barricades! Oh my goodness, when is the next novel coming out??? Can't be too soon. ...

    Well! BBH....(Fans of Max will understand this) The problem with reading (or watching for that matter) a series, after about book 3 or 4 you keep expecting a lemon to turn up or for the writer to simply run out of ideas. Fans of the series will be glad to hear that this is not that ...

    Love this series and this was no exception. Huge fun twist at the end of this one and cannot wait for the next. Max starts off with great plans to catch Ronan after bumping into Ellis of the Time Police on a nice simple jump to see Henry the 8th get knocked off his horse and possibly t...

    Great as always but with one flaw I loved the book. Following the adventures of Max and the rest of St Mary's is always a great read, but I felt that there was a glaring possible solution to Max's main predicament that she would have thought of. SPOILERS Just before the planned do...

    Well I was frustrated by the ending but I know we?ll find out more in the next book. Hope it comes out soon. Maxwell and Leon are recovering from the pod explosion that happened in book 8 but Clive Ronan is still lose and causing trouble. Where is he? I listened to the book in audibl...

    Another brilliant masterpiece!!! I love this series of books, the sass, sarcasm and humour are brilliant. Also you unwittingly learn things! I?ve learnt more history from these books than I ever did at school. ...

  • Robin (Bridge Four)
    Apr 20, 2018

    Always a solid SF read no matter what my initial mood. This is my go-to popcorn fiction/time travel/goofy historians/soap opera. I'm always excited to read and always amused to encounter and always satisfied at the end. What more can anyone ask? Hmmm... less heartbreak? But no. T...

    So this is still one of my auto-buy favourite series and it continues t0 be so because it's great. The story is once more, bonkers, but in the most brilliantly British way, and I adore Max and how she deals with the various problems, creepy men, and hiccups along the way. She's just a ...

    I laughed. I cried. I gasped. As always, I can rely on St Mary?s to spin a good yarn and deliver an excellent story. This time we find Max, on her own and without any chance of rescue, in desperate need of help. I don?t want to expand on the plot too much, as I think this is be...

    *** 4.44 *** A Buddy Read with my family @ BB&B UF Wednesday group. "... ?Dr Bairstow regarded him icily. ?All my staff are handpicked.? ?That?s quite true, actually,? said Markham, sunnily. ?I?ve been handpicked many times. Mug shots. Police line-ups. ID pa...

    It's been a while since I've been at St. Mary's. True, I've kept up with the short stories as they are usually sweet in a way, but feel no guilt over having skipped #8. Maybe some day I'll feel strong enough to read it. Why I haven't so far? Well, I can get quite emotional about charac...

    I?m so torn. There are things about this series that I love and others that tend to bug me. This book did have one of the best slap me in the face reveals at the end though so props to Jodi Taylor for that. I love the history. Since I?m completely rubbish at historical stuff it ...

  • Linda
    Oct 13, 2018

    Always a solid SF read no matter what my initial mood. This is my go-to popcorn fiction/time travel/goofy historians/soap opera. I'm always excited to read and always amused to encounter and always satisfied at the end. What more can anyone ask? Hmmm... less heartbreak? But no. T...

    So this is still one of my auto-buy favourite series and it continues t0 be so because it's great. The story is once more, bonkers, but in the most brilliantly British way, and I adore Max and how she deals with the various problems, creepy men, and hiccups along the way. She's just a ...

    I laughed. I cried. I gasped. As always, I can rely on St Mary?s to spin a good yarn and deliver an excellent story. This time we find Max, on her own and without any chance of rescue, in desperate need of help. I don?t want to expand on the plot too much, as I think this is be...

    *** 4.44 *** A Buddy Read with my family @ BB&B UF Wednesday group. "... ?Dr Bairstow regarded him icily. ?All my staff are handpicked.? ?That?s quite true, actually,? said Markham, sunnily. ?I?ve been handpicked many times. Mug shots. Police line-ups. ID pa...

    It's been a while since I've been at St. Mary's. True, I've kept up with the short stories as they are usually sweet in a way, but feel no guilt over having skipped #8. Maybe some day I'll feel strong enough to read it. Why I haven't so far? Well, I can get quite emotional about charac...

    I?m so torn. There are things about this series that I love and others that tend to bug me. This book did have one of the best slap me in the face reveals at the end though so props to Jodi Taylor for that. I love the history. Since I?m completely rubbish at historical stuff it ...

    It's Book Nine in a series. If you're still reading reviews, pull the trigger already! Start at book one, Just One Damned Thing After Another, and work your way through the books. You will experience: --angst --agony --outrage --fury --loathing and that's just for the perpetr...

    Buddy read with the honorary Historians (we can't be the real thing we have too much brains and sense of self preservation) of the Wednesday UF Group. Jodi Taylor gutted us in the previous instalment so I expected a tamer as far as emotions go 9th book. Boy, was I wrong! Sure it w...

    Brilliant! Jodi Taylor on form again. One of the things I?ve wished to read about in a series about time travel, was more of a prolonged stay in a time period. In these stories, usually, the team goes to observe specific events, get into a bit of trouble and come back. But in this on...

    This is a one click pre-order for me as are all the Chronicles of St. Mary's books! Can't wait to read it! ...

    I love this series so much but this was kinda same old...not in a great way. World: The world building continues to be fantastic, the history jumps and the cast of characters that readers have grown with for 9 books now is great. If you want history meets the office this world is fo...

    I thought this book wasn't supposed to be out until May 1st, but whatever, I'll take it, Amazon! Oh man. So, first of all, I laughed out loud about ten times before the book even started thanks to Taylor's introduction and character lists. And then, just...a lot of things happen! An...

    Probably one of my least favorites, so it was still really good, but I was rather disappointed in it. While Max is one of my all time favorite female characters, I'm a fan of St Mary's as a whole and their antics. I didn't enjoy the approximately 40% of the Max only show, and it seemed...

    Whilst continuing the main series arc with the intrepid historian Madeleine 'Lucy' Maxwell - Max to her friends - Taylor manages to deliver both another thrilling, humourous instalment and a very funny, tongue in cheek take on Outlander. I love this series so much. One to read and rere...

    These books are always enjoyable but I didn?t like the amount of time Max spent removed from St Mary?s. I missed the wider cast of characters. ...

    Oh my goodness. What a fun and wild ride. I had to listen to the last chapter twice to make sure I heard it correctly. I believe that I will begin listening to the series all over again. I love Max and Leon and the gang so much. I am not ready to put them aside just yet. ...

    Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com Collective noun for historians: an argumentation. One of the consequences of having a Mt. TBR that is just short of keeping me awake at night (both literally and figuratively speaking) is that there are few times I'm r...

    I love this series. Unfortunately, except for a couple of short stories, I?m all caught up and now must endure the interminable wait until the next Chronicles of St. Mary?s novel comes out. ...

  • Maria Dimitrova
    Mar 25, 2018

    Always a solid SF read no matter what my initial mood. This is my go-to popcorn fiction/time travel/goofy historians/soap opera. I'm always excited to read and always amused to encounter and always satisfied at the end. What more can anyone ask? Hmmm... less heartbreak? But no. T...

    So this is still one of my auto-buy favourite series and it continues t0 be so because it's great. The story is once more, bonkers, but in the most brilliantly British way, and I adore Max and how she deals with the various problems, creepy men, and hiccups along the way. She's just a ...

    I laughed. I cried. I gasped. As always, I can rely on St Mary?s to spin a good yarn and deliver an excellent story. This time we find Max, on her own and without any chance of rescue, in desperate need of help. I don?t want to expand on the plot too much, as I think this is be...

    *** 4.44 *** A Buddy Read with my family @ BB&B UF Wednesday group. "... ?Dr Bairstow regarded him icily. ?All my staff are handpicked.? ?That?s quite true, actually,? said Markham, sunnily. ?I?ve been handpicked many times. Mug shots. Police line-ups. ID pa...

    It's been a while since I've been at St. Mary's. True, I've kept up with the short stories as they are usually sweet in a way, but feel no guilt over having skipped #8. Maybe some day I'll feel strong enough to read it. Why I haven't so far? Well, I can get quite emotional about charac...

    I?m so torn. There are things about this series that I love and others that tend to bug me. This book did have one of the best slap me in the face reveals at the end though so props to Jodi Taylor for that. I love the history. Since I?m completely rubbish at historical stuff it ...

    It's Book Nine in a series. If you're still reading reviews, pull the trigger already! Start at book one, Just One Damned Thing After Another, and work your way through the books. You will experience: --angst --agony --outrage --fury --loathing and that's just for the perpetr...

    Buddy read with the honorary Historians (we can't be the real thing we have too much brains and sense of self preservation) of the Wednesday UF Group. Jodi Taylor gutted us in the previous instalment so I expected a tamer as far as emotions go 9th book. Boy, was I wrong! Sure it w...

  • J.A. Ironside
    Apr 14, 2018

    Always a solid SF read no matter what my initial mood. This is my go-to popcorn fiction/time travel/goofy historians/soap opera. I'm always excited to read and always amused to encounter and always satisfied at the end. What more can anyone ask? Hmmm... less heartbreak? But no. T...

    So this is still one of my auto-buy favourite series and it continues t0 be so because it's great. The story is once more, bonkers, but in the most brilliantly British way, and I adore Max and how she deals with the various problems, creepy men, and hiccups along the way. She's just a ...

    I laughed. I cried. I gasped. As always, I can rely on St Mary?s to spin a good yarn and deliver an excellent story. This time we find Max, on her own and without any chance of rescue, in desperate need of help. I don?t want to expand on the plot too much, as I think this is be...

    *** 4.44 *** A Buddy Read with my family @ BB&B UF Wednesday group. "... ?Dr Bairstow regarded him icily. ?All my staff are handpicked.? ?That?s quite true, actually,? said Markham, sunnily. ?I?ve been handpicked many times. Mug shots. Police line-ups. ID pa...

    It's been a while since I've been at St. Mary's. True, I've kept up with the short stories as they are usually sweet in a way, but feel no guilt over having skipped #8. Maybe some day I'll feel strong enough to read it. Why I haven't so far? Well, I can get quite emotional about charac...

    I?m so torn. There are things about this series that I love and others that tend to bug me. This book did have one of the best slap me in the face reveals at the end though so props to Jodi Taylor for that. I love the history. Since I?m completely rubbish at historical stuff it ...

    It's Book Nine in a series. If you're still reading reviews, pull the trigger already! Start at book one, Just One Damned Thing After Another, and work your way through the books. You will experience: --angst --agony --outrage --fury --loathing and that's just for the perpetr...

    Buddy read with the honorary Historians (we can't be the real thing we have too much brains and sense of self preservation) of the Wednesday UF Group. Jodi Taylor gutted us in the previous instalment so I expected a tamer as far as emotions go 9th book. Boy, was I wrong! Sure it w...

    Brilliant! Jodi Taylor on form again. One of the things I?ve wished to read about in a series about time travel, was more of a prolonged stay in a time period. In these stories, usually, the team goes to observe specific events, get into a bit of trouble and come back. But in this on...

    This is a one click pre-order for me as are all the Chronicles of St. Mary's books! Can't wait to read it! ...

    I love this series so much but this was kinda same old...not in a great way. World: The world building continues to be fantastic, the history jumps and the cast of characters that readers have grown with for 9 books now is great. If you want history meets the office this world is fo...

    I thought this book wasn't supposed to be out until May 1st, but whatever, I'll take it, Amazon! Oh man. So, first of all, I laughed out loud about ten times before the book even started thanks to Taylor's introduction and character lists. And then, just...a lot of things happen! An...

    Probably one of my least favorites, so it was still really good, but I was rather disappointed in it. While Max is one of my all time favorite female characters, I'm a fan of St Mary's as a whole and their antics. I didn't enjoy the approximately 40% of the Max only show, and it seemed...

    Whilst continuing the main series arc with the intrepid historian Madeleine 'Lucy' Maxwell - Max to her friends - Taylor manages to deliver both another thrilling, humourous instalment and a very funny, tongue in cheek take on Outlander. I love this series so much. One to read and rere...

  • Mburrows
    Apr 14, 2018

    Always a solid SF read no matter what my initial mood. This is my go-to popcorn fiction/time travel/goofy historians/soap opera. I'm always excited to read and always amused to encounter and always satisfied at the end. What more can anyone ask? Hmmm... less heartbreak? But no. T...

    So this is still one of my auto-buy favourite series and it continues t0 be so because it's great. The story is once more, bonkers, but in the most brilliantly British way, and I adore Max and how she deals with the various problems, creepy men, and hiccups along the way. She's just a ...

    I laughed. I cried. I gasped. As always, I can rely on St Mary?s to spin a good yarn and deliver an excellent story. This time we find Max, on her own and without any chance of rescue, in desperate need of help. I don?t want to expand on the plot too much, as I think this is be...

    *** 4.44 *** A Buddy Read with my family @ BB&B UF Wednesday group. "... ?Dr Bairstow regarded him icily. ?All my staff are handpicked.? ?That?s quite true, actually,? said Markham, sunnily. ?I?ve been handpicked many times. Mug shots. Police line-ups. ID pa...

    It's been a while since I've been at St. Mary's. True, I've kept up with the short stories as they are usually sweet in a way, but feel no guilt over having skipped #8. Maybe some day I'll feel strong enough to read it. Why I haven't so far? Well, I can get quite emotional about charac...

    I?m so torn. There are things about this series that I love and others that tend to bug me. This book did have one of the best slap me in the face reveals at the end though so props to Jodi Taylor for that. I love the history. Since I?m completely rubbish at historical stuff it ...

    It's Book Nine in a series. If you're still reading reviews, pull the trigger already! Start at book one, Just One Damned Thing After Another, and work your way through the books. You will experience: --angst --agony --outrage --fury --loathing and that's just for the perpetr...

    Buddy read with the honorary Historians (we can't be the real thing we have too much brains and sense of self preservation) of the Wednesday UF Group. Jodi Taylor gutted us in the previous instalment so I expected a tamer as far as emotions go 9th book. Boy, was I wrong! Sure it w...

    Brilliant! Jodi Taylor on form again. One of the things I?ve wished to read about in a series about time travel, was more of a prolonged stay in a time period. In these stories, usually, the team goes to observe specific events, get into a bit of trouble and come back. But in this on...

    This is a one click pre-order for me as are all the Chronicles of St. Mary's books! Can't wait to read it! ...

    I love this series so much but this was kinda same old...not in a great way. World: The world building continues to be fantastic, the history jumps and the cast of characters that readers have grown with for 9 books now is great. If you want history meets the office this world is fo...

    I thought this book wasn't supposed to be out until May 1st, but whatever, I'll take it, Amazon! Oh man. So, first of all, I laughed out loud about ten times before the book even started thanks to Taylor's introduction and character lists. And then, just...a lot of things happen! An...

    Probably one of my least favorites, so it was still really good, but I was rather disappointed in it. While Max is one of my all time favorite female characters, I'm a fan of St Mary's as a whole and their antics. I didn't enjoy the approximately 40% of the Max only show, and it seemed...

    Whilst continuing the main series arc with the intrepid historian Madeleine 'Lucy' Maxwell - Max to her friends - Taylor manages to deliver both another thrilling, humourous instalment and a very funny, tongue in cheek take on Outlander. I love this series so much. One to read and rere...

    These books are always enjoyable but I didn?t like the amount of time Max spent removed from St Mary?s. I missed the wider cast of characters. ...

    Oh my goodness. What a fun and wild ride. I had to listen to the last chapter twice to make sure I heard it correctly. I believe that I will begin listening to the series all over again. I love Max and Leon and the gang so much. I am not ready to put them aside just yet. ...

  • Kaitlin
    Apr 12, 2018

    Always a solid SF read no matter what my initial mood. This is my go-to popcorn fiction/time travel/goofy historians/soap opera. I'm always excited to read and always amused to encounter and always satisfied at the end. What more can anyone ask? Hmmm... less heartbreak? But no. T...

    So this is still one of my auto-buy favourite series and it continues t0 be so because it's great. The story is once more, bonkers, but in the most brilliantly British way, and I adore Max and how she deals with the various problems, creepy men, and hiccups along the way. She's just a ...

  • Katrine Hoyt
    Apr 14, 2018

    Always a solid SF read no matter what my initial mood. This is my go-to popcorn fiction/time travel/goofy historians/soap opera. I'm always excited to read and always amused to encounter and always satisfied at the end. What more can anyone ask? Hmmm... less heartbreak? But no. T...

    So this is still one of my auto-buy favourite series and it continues t0 be so because it's great. The story is once more, bonkers, but in the most brilliantly British way, and I adore Max and how she deals with the various problems, creepy men, and hiccups along the way. She's just a ...

    I laughed. I cried. I gasped. As always, I can rely on St Mary?s to spin a good yarn and deliver an excellent story. This time we find Max, on her own and without any chance of rescue, in desperate need of help. I don?t want to expand on the plot too much, as I think this is be...

    *** 4.44 *** A Buddy Read with my family @ BB&B UF Wednesday group. "... ?Dr Bairstow regarded him icily. ?All my staff are handpicked.? ?That?s quite true, actually,? said Markham, sunnily. ?I?ve been handpicked many times. Mug shots. Police line-ups. ID pa...

    It's been a while since I've been at St. Mary's. True, I've kept up with the short stories as they are usually sweet in a way, but feel no guilt over having skipped #8. Maybe some day I'll feel strong enough to read it. Why I haven't so far? Well, I can get quite emotional about charac...

    I?m so torn. There are things about this series that I love and others that tend to bug me. This book did have one of the best slap me in the face reveals at the end though so props to Jodi Taylor for that. I love the history. Since I?m completely rubbish at historical stuff it ...

    It's Book Nine in a series. If you're still reading reviews, pull the trigger already! Start at book one, Just One Damned Thing After Another, and work your way through the books. You will experience: --angst --agony --outrage --fury --loathing and that's just for the perpetr...

    Buddy read with the honorary Historians (we can't be the real thing we have too much brains and sense of self preservation) of the Wednesday UF Group. Jodi Taylor gutted us in the previous instalment so I expected a tamer as far as emotions go 9th book. Boy, was I wrong! Sure it w...

    Brilliant! Jodi Taylor on form again. One of the things I?ve wished to read about in a series about time travel, was more of a prolonged stay in a time period. In these stories, usually, the team goes to observe specific events, get into a bit of trouble and come back. But in this on...

    This is a one click pre-order for me as are all the Chronicles of St. Mary's books! Can't wait to read it! ...

    I love this series so much but this was kinda same old...not in a great way. World: The world building continues to be fantastic, the history jumps and the cast of characters that readers have grown with for 9 books now is great. If you want history meets the office this world is fo...

    I thought this book wasn't supposed to be out until May 1st, but whatever, I'll take it, Amazon! Oh man. So, first of all, I laughed out loud about ten times before the book even started thanks to Taylor's introduction and character lists. And then, just...a lot of things happen! An...

    Probably one of my least favorites, so it was still really good, but I was rather disappointed in it. While Max is one of my all time favorite female characters, I'm a fan of St Mary's as a whole and their antics. I didn't enjoy the approximately 40% of the Max only show, and it seemed...

    Whilst continuing the main series arc with the intrepid historian Madeleine 'Lucy' Maxwell - Max to her friends - Taylor manages to deliver both another thrilling, humourous instalment and a very funny, tongue in cheek take on Outlander. I love this series so much. One to read and rere...

    These books are always enjoyable but I didn?t like the amount of time Max spent removed from St Mary?s. I missed the wider cast of characters. ...

    Oh my goodness. What a fun and wild ride. I had to listen to the last chapter twice to make sure I heard it correctly. I believe that I will begin listening to the series all over again. I love Max and Leon and the gang so much. I am not ready to put them aside just yet. ...

    Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com Collective noun for historians: an argumentation. One of the consequences of having a Mt. TBR that is just short of keeping me awake at night (both literally and figuratively speaking) is that there are few times I'm r...

    I love this series. Unfortunately, except for a couple of short stories, I?m all caught up and now must endure the interminable wait until the next Chronicles of St. Mary?s novel comes out. ...

    What can I say??? What a fantastic series. I absolutely love love love this series and this author!!! I'm already into Battersea Barricades! Oh my goodness, when is the next novel coming out??? Can't be too soon. ...

    Well! BBH....(Fans of Max will understand this) The problem with reading (or watching for that matter) a series, after about book 3 or 4 you keep expecting a lemon to turn up or for the writer to simply run out of ideas. Fans of the series will be glad to hear that this is not that ...

    Love this series and this was no exception. Huge fun twist at the end of this one and cannot wait for the next. Max starts off with great plans to catch Ronan after bumping into Ellis of the Time Police on a nice simple jump to see Henry the 8th get knocked off his horse and possibly t...

    Great as always but with one flaw I loved the book. Following the adventures of Max and the rest of St Mary's is always a great read, but I felt that there was a glaring possible solution to Max's main predicament that she would have thought of. SPOILERS Just before the planned do...

  • Wing Kee
    May 05, 2018

    Always a solid SF read no matter what my initial mood. This is my go-to popcorn fiction/time travel/goofy historians/soap opera. I'm always excited to read and always amused to encounter and always satisfied at the end. What more can anyone ask? Hmmm... less heartbreak? But no. T...

    So this is still one of my auto-buy favourite series and it continues t0 be so because it's great. The story is once more, bonkers, but in the most brilliantly British way, and I adore Max and how she deals with the various problems, creepy men, and hiccups along the way. She's just a ...

    I laughed. I cried. I gasped. As always, I can rely on St Mary?s to spin a good yarn and deliver an excellent story. This time we find Max, on her own and without any chance of rescue, in desperate need of help. I don?t want to expand on the plot too much, as I think this is be...

    *** 4.44 *** A Buddy Read with my family @ BB&B UF Wednesday group. "... ?Dr Bairstow regarded him icily. ?All my staff are handpicked.? ?That?s quite true, actually,? said Markham, sunnily. ?I?ve been handpicked many times. Mug shots. Police line-ups. ID pa...

    It's been a while since I've been at St. Mary's. True, I've kept up with the short stories as they are usually sweet in a way, but feel no guilt over having skipped #8. Maybe some day I'll feel strong enough to read it. Why I haven't so far? Well, I can get quite emotional about charac...

    I?m so torn. There are things about this series that I love and others that tend to bug me. This book did have one of the best slap me in the face reveals at the end though so props to Jodi Taylor for that. I love the history. Since I?m completely rubbish at historical stuff it ...

    It's Book Nine in a series. If you're still reading reviews, pull the trigger already! Start at book one, Just One Damned Thing After Another, and work your way through the books. You will experience: --angst --agony --outrage --fury --loathing and that's just for the perpetr...

    Buddy read with the honorary Historians (we can't be the real thing we have too much brains and sense of self preservation) of the Wednesday UF Group. Jodi Taylor gutted us in the previous instalment so I expected a tamer as far as emotions go 9th book. Boy, was I wrong! Sure it w...

    Brilliant! Jodi Taylor on form again. One of the things I?ve wished to read about in a series about time travel, was more of a prolonged stay in a time period. In these stories, usually, the team goes to observe specific events, get into a bit of trouble and come back. But in this on...

    This is a one click pre-order for me as are all the Chronicles of St. Mary's books! Can't wait to read it! ...

    I love this series so much but this was kinda same old...not in a great way. World: The world building continues to be fantastic, the history jumps and the cast of characters that readers have grown with for 9 books now is great. If you want history meets the office this world is fo...

  • Choko
    Apr 16, 2018

    Always a solid SF read no matter what my initial mood. This is my go-to popcorn fiction/time travel/goofy historians/soap opera. I'm always excited to read and always amused to encounter and always satisfied at the end. What more can anyone ask? Hmmm... less heartbreak? But no. T...

    So this is still one of my auto-buy favourite series and it continues t0 be so because it's great. The story is once more, bonkers, but in the most brilliantly British way, and I adore Max and how she deals with the various problems, creepy men, and hiccups along the way. She's just a ...

    I laughed. I cried. I gasped. As always, I can rely on St Mary?s to spin a good yarn and deliver an excellent story. This time we find Max, on her own and without any chance of rescue, in desperate need of help. I don?t want to expand on the plot too much, as I think this is be...

    *** 4.44 *** A Buddy Read with my family @ BB&B UF Wednesday group. "... ?Dr Bairstow regarded him icily. ?All my staff are handpicked.? ?That?s quite true, actually,? said Markham, sunnily. ?I?ve been handpicked many times. Mug shots. Police line-ups. ID pa...

  • Michelle Watson Forbes
    Apr 26, 2018

    Always a solid SF read no matter what my initial mood. This is my go-to popcorn fiction/time travel/goofy historians/soap opera. I'm always excited to read and always amused to encounter and always satisfied at the end. What more can anyone ask? Hmmm... less heartbreak? But no. T...

    So this is still one of my auto-buy favourite series and it continues t0 be so because it's great. The story is once more, bonkers, but in the most brilliantly British way, and I adore Max and how she deals with the various problems, creepy men, and hiccups along the way. She's just a ...

    I laughed. I cried. I gasped. As always, I can rely on St Mary?s to spin a good yarn and deliver an excellent story. This time we find Max, on her own and without any chance of rescue, in desperate need of help. I don?t want to expand on the plot too much, as I think this is be...

    *** 4.44 *** A Buddy Read with my family @ BB&B UF Wednesday group. "... ?Dr Bairstow regarded him icily. ?All my staff are handpicked.? ?That?s quite true, actually,? said Markham, sunnily. ?I?ve been handpicked many times. Mug shots. Police line-ups. ID pa...

    It's been a while since I've been at St. Mary's. True, I've kept up with the short stories as they are usually sweet in a way, but feel no guilt over having skipped #8. Maybe some day I'll feel strong enough to read it. Why I haven't so far? Well, I can get quite emotional about charac...

    I?m so torn. There are things about this series that I love and others that tend to bug me. This book did have one of the best slap me in the face reveals at the end though so props to Jodi Taylor for that. I love the history. Since I?m completely rubbish at historical stuff it ...

    It's Book Nine in a series. If you're still reading reviews, pull the trigger already! Start at book one, Just One Damned Thing After Another, and work your way through the books. You will experience: --angst --agony --outrage --fury --loathing and that's just for the perpetr...

    Buddy read with the honorary Historians (we can't be the real thing we have too much brains and sense of self preservation) of the Wednesday UF Group. Jodi Taylor gutted us in the previous instalment so I expected a tamer as far as emotions go 9th book. Boy, was I wrong! Sure it w...

    Brilliant! Jodi Taylor on form again. One of the things I?ve wished to read about in a series about time travel, was more of a prolonged stay in a time period. In these stories, usually, the team goes to observe specific events, get into a bit of trouble and come back. But in this on...

    This is a one click pre-order for me as are all the Chronicles of St. Mary's books! Can't wait to read it! ...

    I love this series so much but this was kinda same old...not in a great way. World: The world building continues to be fantastic, the history jumps and the cast of characters that readers have grown with for 9 books now is great. If you want history meets the office this world is fo...

    I thought this book wasn't supposed to be out until May 1st, but whatever, I'll take it, Amazon! Oh man. So, first of all, I laughed out loud about ten times before the book even started thanks to Taylor's introduction and character lists. And then, just...a lot of things happen! An...

    Probably one of my least favorites, so it was still really good, but I was rather disappointed in it. While Max is one of my all time favorite female characters, I'm a fan of St Mary's as a whole and their antics. I didn't enjoy the approximately 40% of the Max only show, and it seemed...

    Whilst continuing the main series arc with the intrepid historian Madeleine 'Lucy' Maxwell - Max to her friends - Taylor manages to deliver both another thrilling, humourous instalment and a very funny, tongue in cheek take on Outlander. I love this series so much. One to read and rere...

    These books are always enjoyable but I didn?t like the amount of time Max spent removed from St Mary?s. I missed the wider cast of characters. ...

    Oh my goodness. What a fun and wild ride. I had to listen to the last chapter twice to make sure I heard it correctly. I believe that I will begin listening to the series all over again. I love Max and Leon and the gang so much. I am not ready to put them aside just yet. ...

    Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com Collective noun for historians: an argumentation. One of the consequences of having a Mt. TBR that is just short of keeping me awake at night (both literally and figuratively speaking) is that there are few times I'm r...

    I love this series. Unfortunately, except for a couple of short stories, I?m all caught up and now must endure the interminable wait until the next Chronicles of St. Mary?s novel comes out. ...

    What can I say??? What a fantastic series. I absolutely love love love this series and this author!!! I'm already into Battersea Barricades! Oh my goodness, when is the next novel coming out??? Can't be too soon. ...

  • Emma Flanagan
    Apr 17, 2018

    Always a solid SF read no matter what my initial mood. This is my go-to popcorn fiction/time travel/goofy historians/soap opera. I'm always excited to read and always amused to encounter and always satisfied at the end. What more can anyone ask? Hmmm... less heartbreak? But no. T...

    So this is still one of my auto-buy favourite series and it continues t0 be so because it's great. The story is once more, bonkers, but in the most brilliantly British way, and I adore Max and how she deals with the various problems, creepy men, and hiccups along the way. She's just a ...

    I laughed. I cried. I gasped. As always, I can rely on St Mary?s to spin a good yarn and deliver an excellent story. This time we find Max, on her own and without any chance of rescue, in desperate need of help. I don?t want to expand on the plot too much, as I think this is be...

    *** 4.44 *** A Buddy Read with my family @ BB&B UF Wednesday group. "... ?Dr Bairstow regarded him icily. ?All my staff are handpicked.? ?That?s quite true, actually,? said Markham, sunnily. ?I?ve been handpicked many times. Mug shots. Police line-ups. ID pa...

    It's been a while since I've been at St. Mary's. True, I've kept up with the short stories as they are usually sweet in a way, but feel no guilt over having skipped #8. Maybe some day I'll feel strong enough to read it. Why I haven't so far? Well, I can get quite emotional about charac...

    I?m so torn. There are things about this series that I love and others that tend to bug me. This book did have one of the best slap me in the face reveals at the end though so props to Jodi Taylor for that. I love the history. Since I?m completely rubbish at historical stuff it ...

    It's Book Nine in a series. If you're still reading reviews, pull the trigger already! Start at book one, Just One Damned Thing After Another, and work your way through the books. You will experience: --angst --agony --outrage --fury --loathing and that's just for the perpetr...

    Buddy read with the honorary Historians (we can't be the real thing we have too much brains and sense of self preservation) of the Wednesday UF Group. Jodi Taylor gutted us in the previous instalment so I expected a tamer as far as emotions go 9th book. Boy, was I wrong! Sure it w...

    Brilliant! Jodi Taylor on form again. One of the things I?ve wished to read about in a series about time travel, was more of a prolonged stay in a time period. In these stories, usually, the team goes to observe specific events, get into a bit of trouble and come back. But in this on...

    This is a one click pre-order for me as are all the Chronicles of St. Mary's books! Can't wait to read it! ...

    I love this series so much but this was kinda same old...not in a great way. World: The world building continues to be fantastic, the history jumps and the cast of characters that readers have grown with for 9 books now is great. If you want history meets the office this world is fo...

    I thought this book wasn't supposed to be out until May 1st, but whatever, I'll take it, Amazon! Oh man. So, first of all, I laughed out loud about ten times before the book even started thanks to Taylor's introduction and character lists. And then, just...a lot of things happen! An...

    Probably one of my least favorites, so it was still really good, but I was rather disappointed in it. While Max is one of my all time favorite female characters, I'm a fan of St Mary's as a whole and their antics. I didn't enjoy the approximately 40% of the Max only show, and it seemed...

    Whilst continuing the main series arc with the intrepid historian Madeleine 'Lucy' Maxwell - Max to her friends - Taylor manages to deliver both another thrilling, humourous instalment and a very funny, tongue in cheek take on Outlander. I love this series so much. One to read and rere...

    These books are always enjoyable but I didn?t like the amount of time Max spent removed from St Mary?s. I missed the wider cast of characters. ...

  • The Drowsy Bookworm
    Feb 15, 2018

    Always a solid SF read no matter what my initial mood. This is my go-to popcorn fiction/time travel/goofy historians/soap opera. I'm always excited to read and always amused to encounter and always satisfied at the end. What more can anyone ask? Hmmm... less heartbreak? But no. T...

    So this is still one of my auto-buy favourite series and it continues t0 be so because it's great. The story is once more, bonkers, but in the most brilliantly British way, and I adore Max and how she deals with the various problems, creepy men, and hiccups along the way. She's just a ...

    I laughed. I cried. I gasped. As always, I can rely on St Mary?s to spin a good yarn and deliver an excellent story. This time we find Max, on her own and without any chance of rescue, in desperate need of help. I don?t want to expand on the plot too much, as I think this is be...

    *** 4.44 *** A Buddy Read with my family @ BB&B UF Wednesday group. "... ?Dr Bairstow regarded him icily. ?All my staff are handpicked.? ?That?s quite true, actually,? said Markham, sunnily. ?I?ve been handpicked many times. Mug shots. Police line-ups. ID pa...

    It's been a while since I've been at St. Mary's. True, I've kept up with the short stories as they are usually sweet in a way, but feel no guilt over having skipped #8. Maybe some day I'll feel strong enough to read it. Why I haven't so far? Well, I can get quite emotional about charac...

    I?m so torn. There are things about this series that I love and others that tend to bug me. This book did have one of the best slap me in the face reveals at the end though so props to Jodi Taylor for that. I love the history. Since I?m completely rubbish at historical stuff it ...

    It's Book Nine in a series. If you're still reading reviews, pull the trigger already! Start at book one, Just One Damned Thing After Another, and work your way through the books. You will experience: --angst --agony --outrage --fury --loathing and that's just for the perpetr...

    Buddy read with the honorary Historians (we can't be the real thing we have too much brains and sense of self preservation) of the Wednesday UF Group. Jodi Taylor gutted us in the previous instalment so I expected a tamer as far as emotions go 9th book. Boy, was I wrong! Sure it w...

    Brilliant! Jodi Taylor on form again. One of the things I?ve wished to read about in a series about time travel, was more of a prolonged stay in a time period. In these stories, usually, the team goes to observe specific events, get into a bit of trouble and come back. But in this on...

    This is a one click pre-order for me as are all the Chronicles of St. Mary's books! Can't wait to read it! ...

  • Nicole
    Apr 11, 2018

    Always a solid SF read no matter what my initial mood. This is my go-to popcorn fiction/time travel/goofy historians/soap opera. I'm always excited to read and always amused to encounter and always satisfied at the end. What more can anyone ask? Hmmm... less heartbreak? But no. T...

    So this is still one of my auto-buy favourite series and it continues t0 be so because it's great. The story is once more, bonkers, but in the most brilliantly British way, and I adore Max and how she deals with the various problems, creepy men, and hiccups along the way. She's just a ...

    I laughed. I cried. I gasped. As always, I can rely on St Mary?s to spin a good yarn and deliver an excellent story. This time we find Max, on her own and without any chance of rescue, in desperate need of help. I don?t want to expand on the plot too much, as I think this is be...

    *** 4.44 *** A Buddy Read with my family @ BB&B UF Wednesday group. "... ?Dr Bairstow regarded him icily. ?All my staff are handpicked.? ?That?s quite true, actually,? said Markham, sunnily. ?I?ve been handpicked many times. Mug shots. Police line-ups. ID pa...

    It's been a while since I've been at St. Mary's. True, I've kept up with the short stories as they are usually sweet in a way, but feel no guilt over having skipped #8. Maybe some day I'll feel strong enough to read it. Why I haven't so far? Well, I can get quite emotional about charac...

    I?m so torn. There are things about this series that I love and others that tend to bug me. This book did have one of the best slap me in the face reveals at the end though so props to Jodi Taylor for that. I love the history. Since I?m completely rubbish at historical stuff it ...

    It's Book Nine in a series. If you're still reading reviews, pull the trigger already! Start at book one, Just One Damned Thing After Another, and work your way through the books. You will experience: --angst --agony --outrage --fury --loathing and that's just for the perpetr...

    Buddy read with the honorary Historians (we can't be the real thing we have too much brains and sense of self preservation) of the Wednesday UF Group. Jodi Taylor gutted us in the previous instalment so I expected a tamer as far as emotions go 9th book. Boy, was I wrong! Sure it w...

    Brilliant! Jodi Taylor on form again. One of the things I?ve wished to read about in a series about time travel, was more of a prolonged stay in a time period. In these stories, usually, the team goes to observe specific events, get into a bit of trouble and come back. But in this on...

    This is a one click pre-order for me as are all the Chronicles of St. Mary's books! Can't wait to read it! ...

    I love this series so much but this was kinda same old...not in a great way. World: The world building continues to be fantastic, the history jumps and the cast of characters that readers have grown with for 9 books now is great. If you want history meets the office this world is fo...

    I thought this book wasn't supposed to be out until May 1st, but whatever, I'll take it, Amazon! Oh man. So, first of all, I laughed out loud about ten times before the book even started thanks to Taylor's introduction and character lists. And then, just...a lot of things happen! An...

    Probably one of my least favorites, so it was still really good, but I was rather disappointed in it. While Max is one of my all time favorite female characters, I'm a fan of St Mary's as a whole and their antics. I didn't enjoy the approximately 40% of the Max only show, and it seemed...

    Whilst continuing the main series arc with the intrepid historian Madeleine 'Lucy' Maxwell - Max to her friends - Taylor manages to deliver both another thrilling, humourous instalment and a very funny, tongue in cheek take on Outlander. I love this series so much. One to read and rere...

    These books are always enjoyable but I didn?t like the amount of time Max spent removed from St Mary?s. I missed the wider cast of characters. ...

    Oh my goodness. What a fun and wild ride. I had to listen to the last chapter twice to make sure I heard it correctly. I believe that I will begin listening to the series all over again. I love Max and Leon and the gang so much. I am not ready to put them aside just yet. ...

    Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com Collective noun for historians: an argumentation. One of the consequences of having a Mt. TBR that is just short of keeping me awake at night (both literally and figuratively speaking) is that there are few times I'm r...

    I love this series. Unfortunately, except for a couple of short stories, I?m all caught up and now must endure the interminable wait until the next Chronicles of St. Mary?s novel comes out. ...

    What can I say??? What a fantastic series. I absolutely love love love this series and this author!!! I'm already into Battersea Barricades! Oh my goodness, when is the next novel coming out??? Can't be too soon. ...

    Well! BBH....(Fans of Max will understand this) The problem with reading (or watching for that matter) a series, after about book 3 or 4 you keep expecting a lemon to turn up or for the writer to simply run out of ideas. Fans of the series will be glad to hear that this is not that ...

  • Zoe Scowen
    Apr 11, 2018

    Always a solid SF read no matter what my initial mood. This is my go-to popcorn fiction/time travel/goofy historians/soap opera. I'm always excited to read and always amused to encounter and always satisfied at the end. What more can anyone ask? Hmmm... less heartbreak? But no. T...

    So this is still one of my auto-buy favourite series and it continues t0 be so because it's great. The story is once more, bonkers, but in the most brilliantly British way, and I adore Max and how she deals with the various problems, creepy men, and hiccups along the way. She's just a ...

    I laughed. I cried. I gasped. As always, I can rely on St Mary?s to spin a good yarn and deliver an excellent story. This time we find Max, on her own and without any chance of rescue, in desperate need of help. I don?t want to expand on the plot too much, as I think this is be...

    *** 4.44 *** A Buddy Read with my family @ BB&B UF Wednesday group. "... ?Dr Bairstow regarded him icily. ?All my staff are handpicked.? ?That?s quite true, actually,? said Markham, sunnily. ?I?ve been handpicked many times. Mug shots. Police line-ups. ID pa...

    It's been a while since I've been at St. Mary's. True, I've kept up with the short stories as they are usually sweet in a way, but feel no guilt over having skipped #8. Maybe some day I'll feel strong enough to read it. Why I haven't so far? Well, I can get quite emotional about charac...

    I?m so torn. There are things about this series that I love and others that tend to bug me. This book did have one of the best slap me in the face reveals at the end though so props to Jodi Taylor for that. I love the history. Since I?m completely rubbish at historical stuff it ...

    It's Book Nine in a series. If you're still reading reviews, pull the trigger already! Start at book one, Just One Damned Thing After Another, and work your way through the books. You will experience: --angst --agony --outrage --fury --loathing and that's just for the perpetr...

    Buddy read with the honorary Historians (we can't be the real thing we have too much brains and sense of self preservation) of the Wednesday UF Group. Jodi Taylor gutted us in the previous instalment so I expected a tamer as far as emotions go 9th book. Boy, was I wrong! Sure it w...

    Brilliant! Jodi Taylor on form again. One of the things I?ve wished to read about in a series about time travel, was more of a prolonged stay in a time period. In these stories, usually, the team goes to observe specific events, get into a bit of trouble and come back. But in this on...

    This is a one click pre-order for me as are all the Chronicles of St. Mary's books! Can't wait to read it! ...

    I love this series so much but this was kinda same old...not in a great way. World: The world building continues to be fantastic, the history jumps and the cast of characters that readers have grown with for 9 books now is great. If you want history meets the office this world is fo...

    I thought this book wasn't supposed to be out until May 1st, but whatever, I'll take it, Amazon! Oh man. So, first of all, I laughed out loud about ten times before the book even started thanks to Taylor's introduction and character lists. And then, just...a lot of things happen! An...

    Probably one of my least favorites, so it was still really good, but I was rather disappointed in it. While Max is one of my all time favorite female characters, I'm a fan of St Mary's as a whole and their antics. I didn't enjoy the approximately 40% of the Max only show, and it seemed...

    Whilst continuing the main series arc with the intrepid historian Madeleine 'Lucy' Maxwell - Max to her friends - Taylor manages to deliver both another thrilling, humourous instalment and a very funny, tongue in cheek take on Outlander. I love this series so much. One to read and rere...

    These books are always enjoyable but I didn?t like the amount of time Max spent removed from St Mary?s. I missed the wider cast of characters. ...

    Oh my goodness. What a fun and wild ride. I had to listen to the last chapter twice to make sure I heard it correctly. I believe that I will begin listening to the series all over again. I love Max and Leon and the gang so much. I am not ready to put them aside just yet. ...

    Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com Collective noun for historians: an argumentation. One of the consequences of having a Mt. TBR that is just short of keeping me awake at night (both literally and figuratively speaking) is that there are few times I'm r...

    I love this series. Unfortunately, except for a couple of short stories, I?m all caught up and now must endure the interminable wait until the next Chronicles of St. Mary?s novel comes out. ...

    What can I say??? What a fantastic series. I absolutely love love love this series and this author!!! I'm already into Battersea Barricades! Oh my goodness, when is the next novel coming out??? Can't be too soon. ...

    Well! BBH....(Fans of Max will understand this) The problem with reading (or watching for that matter) a series, after about book 3 or 4 you keep expecting a lemon to turn up or for the writer to simply run out of ideas. Fans of the series will be glad to hear that this is not that ...

    Love this series and this was no exception. Huge fun twist at the end of this one and cannot wait for the next. Max starts off with great plans to catch Ronan after bumping into Ellis of the Time Police on a nice simple jump to see Henry the 8th get knocked off his horse and possibly t...

    Great as always but with one flaw I loved the book. Following the adventures of Max and the rest of St Mary's is always a great read, but I felt that there was a glaring possible solution to Max's main predicament that she would have thought of. SPOILERS Just before the planned do...

    Well I was frustrated by the ending but I know we?ll find out more in the next book. Hope it comes out soon. Maxwell and Leon are recovering from the pod explosion that happened in book 8 but Clive Ronan is still lose and causing trouble. Where is he? I listened to the book in audibl...

    Another brilliant masterpiece!!! I love this series of books, the sass, sarcasm and humour are brilliant. Also you unwittingly learn things! I?ve learnt more history from these books than I ever did at school. ...

    As usual, an amazing story. I read it in one sitting, going through a whole roller- coaster of emtions. Now I desperately need to read the next one! ...

  • charlotte
    Apr 10, 2018

    Always a solid SF read no matter what my initial mood. This is my go-to popcorn fiction/time travel/goofy historians/soap opera. I'm always excited to read and always amused to encounter and always satisfied at the end. What more can anyone ask? Hmmm... less heartbreak? But no. T...

    So this is still one of my auto-buy favourite series and it continues t0 be so because it's great. The story is once more, bonkers, but in the most brilliantly British way, and I adore Max and how she deals with the various problems, creepy men, and hiccups along the way. She's just a ...

    I laughed. I cried. I gasped. As always, I can rely on St Mary?s to spin a good yarn and deliver an excellent story. This time we find Max, on her own and without any chance of rescue, in desperate need of help. I don?t want to expand on the plot too much, as I think this is be...

    *** 4.44 *** A Buddy Read with my family @ BB&B UF Wednesday group. "... ?Dr Bairstow regarded him icily. ?All my staff are handpicked.? ?That?s quite true, actually,? said Markham, sunnily. ?I?ve been handpicked many times. Mug shots. Police line-ups. ID pa...

    It's been a while since I've been at St. Mary's. True, I've kept up with the short stories as they are usually sweet in a way, but feel no guilt over having skipped #8. Maybe some day I'll feel strong enough to read it. Why I haven't so far? Well, I can get quite emotional about charac...

    I?m so torn. There are things about this series that I love and others that tend to bug me. This book did have one of the best slap me in the face reveals at the end though so props to Jodi Taylor for that. I love the history. Since I?m completely rubbish at historical stuff it ...

    It's Book Nine in a series. If you're still reading reviews, pull the trigger already! Start at book one, Just One Damned Thing After Another, and work your way through the books. You will experience: --angst --agony --outrage --fury --loathing and that's just for the perpetr...

    Buddy read with the honorary Historians (we can't be the real thing we have too much brains and sense of self preservation) of the Wednesday UF Group. Jodi Taylor gutted us in the previous instalment so I expected a tamer as far as emotions go 9th book. Boy, was I wrong! Sure it w...

    Brilliant! Jodi Taylor on form again. One of the things I?ve wished to read about in a series about time travel, was more of a prolonged stay in a time period. In these stories, usually, the team goes to observe specific events, get into a bit of trouble and come back. But in this on...

    This is a one click pre-order for me as are all the Chronicles of St. Mary's books! Can't wait to read it! ...

    I love this series so much but this was kinda same old...not in a great way. World: The world building continues to be fantastic, the history jumps and the cast of characters that readers have grown with for 9 books now is great. If you want history meets the office this world is fo...

    I thought this book wasn't supposed to be out until May 1st, but whatever, I'll take it, Amazon! Oh man. So, first of all, I laughed out loud about ten times before the book even started thanks to Taylor's introduction and character lists. And then, just...a lot of things happen! An...

    Probably one of my least favorites, so it was still really good, but I was rather disappointed in it. While Max is one of my all time favorite female characters, I'm a fan of St Mary's as a whole and their antics. I didn't enjoy the approximately 40% of the Max only show, and it seemed...

    Whilst continuing the main series arc with the intrepid historian Madeleine 'Lucy' Maxwell - Max to her friends - Taylor manages to deliver both another thrilling, humourous instalment and a very funny, tongue in cheek take on Outlander. I love this series so much. One to read and rere...

    These books are always enjoyable but I didn?t like the amount of time Max spent removed from St Mary?s. I missed the wider cast of characters. ...

    Oh my goodness. What a fun and wild ride. I had to listen to the last chapter twice to make sure I heard it correctly. I believe that I will begin listening to the series all over again. I love Max and Leon and the gang so much. I am not ready to put them aside just yet. ...

    Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com Collective noun for historians: an argumentation. One of the consequences of having a Mt. TBR that is just short of keeping me awake at night (both literally and figuratively speaking) is that there are few times I'm r...

    I love this series. Unfortunately, except for a couple of short stories, I?m all caught up and now must endure the interminable wait until the next Chronicles of St. Mary?s novel comes out. ...

    What can I say??? What a fantastic series. I absolutely love love love this series and this author!!! I'm already into Battersea Barricades! Oh my goodness, when is the next novel coming out??? Can't be too soon. ...

    Well! BBH....(Fans of Max will understand this) The problem with reading (or watching for that matter) a series, after about book 3 or 4 you keep expecting a lemon to turn up or for the writer to simply run out of ideas. Fans of the series will be glad to hear that this is not that ...

    Love this series and this was no exception. Huge fun twist at the end of this one and cannot wait for the next. Max starts off with great plans to catch Ronan after bumping into Ellis of the Time Police on a nice simple jump to see Henry the 8th get knocked off his horse and possibly t...

    Great as always but with one flaw I loved the book. Following the adventures of Max and the rest of St Mary's is always a great read, but I felt that there was a glaring possible solution to Max's main predicament that she would have thought of. SPOILERS Just before the planned do...

    Well I was frustrated by the ending but I know we?ll find out more in the next book. Hope it comes out soon. Maxwell and Leon are recovering from the pod explosion that happened in book 8 but Clive Ronan is still lose and causing trouble. Where is he? I listened to the book in audibl...

    Another brilliant masterpiece!!! I love this series of books, the sass, sarcasm and humour are brilliant. Also you unwittingly learn things! I?ve learnt more history from these books than I ever did at school. ...

    As usual, an amazing story. I read it in one sitting, going through a whole roller- coaster of emtions. Now I desperately need to read the next one! ...

    You know you really love a series when you buy the 9th one the very day it comes out and keep reading till it's done. Time travel, historical accuracy, wacky British humor, mayhem, and a certain amount of saucy romance--these are a few of my favorite things and they're all present in t...

    Just brilliant no spoilers. A very very anticipated book, wonderfully written keeps you guessing and reading to the end. I would give one piece of advice, read this on a day off and don't start it at night or you'll not get any sleep as you can't put it down ...