Rivers of London Volume 5: Cry Fox

Rivers of London Volume 5: Cry Fox

Always outnumbered, always outfoxed! Child kidnapping is already an appalling crime, but in the latest case for Detective Constable Peter Grant--newly promoted in the ranks of London's Metropolitan Police, but with a lot still to learn about wizarding--things take a truly dark turn when the victims become prey in a homicidal hunt that Grant and the members of the Folly must Always outnumbered, always outfoxed! Child kidnapping is already an appalling crime, but in the latest case for De...

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Title:Rivers of London Volume 5: Cry Fox
Author:Ben Aaronovitch
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:1785861727
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:112 pages pages

Rivers of London Volume 5: Cry Fox Reviews

  • Steven
    Jun 15, 2018

    This is the next in the graphic novel instalments of the Rivers of London series (Peter Grant). The book does follow the series and in fact at the end of the book (where there are usually a number of extras including one shot strips and other details) there is a chronological history w...

    The RoL crew re-enact 'The Most Dangerous Game' with some talking foxes thrown in to hammer home the allegory. Entertaining enough until the next novel arrives. ...

    Its good seeing Peter and co in another novel although very limited time with Peter in this one. Others appear as the main character. The story itself is pretty cliched and simple, nothing really original. Its been told a million times with different authors. Just waiting for November ...

    The latest graphic novel in Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London series. Characters from earlier graphic novel "Night Witch" appear, along with Abigail and that slimely little refugee from the hunt, Reynard Fossman. I can't give an synopsis without given the plot away. It's a fairl...

    More, please. I cry excellent story! ...

    Hm. Also ich bin etwas enttäuscht. Bis jetzt haben mir die Comics gefallen aber an diesem hier hab ich ein bisschen was auszusetzen. Und dabei würde ich es gerne mögen wollen, da es um Füchse geht. Das beste an dem Band ist definitiv Abigail. Ich mag ihr Character Design und find...

    These graphic novel additions to the Grant/Nightingale world continue to be consistently good. It was fun to see Abigail in action in this installment. ...

    Sated my appetite for Peter Grant while I wait impatiently for Lies Sleeping. ...

    Graphic novel edition of a Peter Grant short story is a good little taster but I prefer the full novels. Art work is good though ...

    <333 Abigail and Guleed, yasssss queens That's basically it. Oh, and hooray Nightingale baddassery. ...

    The more I read these Peter Grant comics, the more I like them. This one involved Abigail playing innocent while wearing a T-shirt that said ?Monday: The Struggle Is Real,? so I?d say that?s an automatic four-star situation. ...

    Wow, that was surprisingly disappointing. The plot was both convoluted and cliche. Non of the characters got to be very active in their own story, or at least not in a way that ultimately mattered bc of deus ex nightingale. Also the tone just felt really off - assuming I cared about th...

    This latest Rivers of London graphic novel may well be my favourite yet. When the daughter of a Russian oligarch goes missing Grant and Nightingale are called in. Then it turns out that Abigail has gone missing too. With some help from some foxes the Folly realises demi-monde inhab...

    This fifth graphic novel of Peter Grant's adventures concerns some posh scum who re-enact the film A Very Dangerous Game for fun (i.e. hunting, but with the prey being humans, not foxes), except they choose Peter's cousin Abigail as their next victim, which goes about as well as you'd ...

    The graphic novels continue to be nowhere near as good as the regular novels, but they throw in some added interest, and keeps me in touch with the universe while I wait for Lies Sleeping to come out. With this one, I like that Abigail gets a bit more page time, but most of the rest...

    Another quick story that takes place in between the novels. (In this case, post The Hanging Tree and pre whatever's next.) The action takes place some time after "Night Witch" in the Detective Stories graphic novel. Happy to see that Abigail and Guleed have larger roles in this sto...

    This next entry into the Rivers of London comic series seemed a little short - but I think that's because it was only 4 issues instead of the longer 6-issue stories from the first few volumes. The story itself is a good an interesting one, although Peter himself is hardly in it, so it'...

    The man working in the local bookshop recommended this series, though did recommend starting with the books rather than the graphic novels. I don't know what I missed out on but do feel that there were some things I missed by not having read anything before this. Having said that it ca...

    Rivers of London; Cry Fox is the latest of the graphic novels in Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London series. Like the others, it's basically a short piece of casefic which sits outside the main arc plot of the novels; it was an enjoyable if very quick read and I particularly liked getti...

    A Russian mobster's daughter was kidnapped. Again. Only this time for real. And in part it was all a trap for to capture a police officer for a "Dangerous Game." Think Deliverance only with fox hounds and English horses. Part of the criminals got nabbed, but the real nasty worker got a...

    Every addition to The Rivers of London is welcome. I wish this installment could have had more of Peter Grant and his wry wit, though. I would add one thing to "The Fox of Folklore, Myth, & Culture", if I may: the name of Zorro, the clever man of mystery who always escapes, means "...

    Mmmmm, good story. Hopefully this doesn't break Abigail and Dan Russell's friendship permanently. ...

    Review to come ...

    Fun & a good if predictable read. ...

  • Chris
    Sep 18, 2018

    This is the next in the graphic novel instalments of the Rivers of London series (Peter Grant). The book does follow the series and in fact at the end of the book (where there are usually a number of extras including one shot strips and other details) there is a chronological history w...

    The RoL crew re-enact 'The Most Dangerous Game' with some talking foxes thrown in to hammer home the allegory. Entertaining enough until the next novel arrives. ...

    Its good seeing Peter and co in another novel although very limited time with Peter in this one. Others appear as the main character. The story itself is pretty cliched and simple, nothing really original. Its been told a million times with different authors. Just waiting for November ...

    The latest graphic novel in Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London series. Characters from earlier graphic novel "Night Witch" appear, along with Abigail and that slimely little refugee from the hunt, Reynard Fossman. I can't give an synopsis without given the plot away. It's a fairl...

    More, please. I cry excellent story! ...

    Hm. Also ich bin etwas enttäuscht. Bis jetzt haben mir die Comics gefallen aber an diesem hier hab ich ein bisschen was auszusetzen. Und dabei würde ich es gerne mögen wollen, da es um Füchse geht. Das beste an dem Band ist definitiv Abigail. Ich mag ihr Character Design und find...

    These graphic novel additions to the Grant/Nightingale world continue to be consistently good. It was fun to see Abigail in action in this installment. ...

    Sated my appetite for Peter Grant while I wait impatiently for Lies Sleeping. ...

    Graphic novel edition of a Peter Grant short story is a good little taster but I prefer the full novels. Art work is good though ...

    <333 Abigail and Guleed, yasssss queens That's basically it. Oh, and hooray Nightingale baddassery. ...

    The more I read these Peter Grant comics, the more I like them. This one involved Abigail playing innocent while wearing a T-shirt that said ?Monday: The Struggle Is Real,? so I?d say that?s an automatic four-star situation. ...

    Wow, that was surprisingly disappointing. The plot was both convoluted and cliche. Non of the characters got to be very active in their own story, or at least not in a way that ultimately mattered bc of deus ex nightingale. Also the tone just felt really off - assuming I cared about th...

    This latest Rivers of London graphic novel may well be my favourite yet. When the daughter of a Russian oligarch goes missing Grant and Nightingale are called in. Then it turns out that Abigail has gone missing too. With some help from some foxes the Folly realises demi-monde inhab...

    This fifth graphic novel of Peter Grant's adventures concerns some posh scum who re-enact the film A Very Dangerous Game for fun (i.e. hunting, but with the prey being humans, not foxes), except they choose Peter's cousin Abigail as their next victim, which goes about as well as you'd ...

    The graphic novels continue to be nowhere near as good as the regular novels, but they throw in some added interest, and keeps me in touch with the universe while I wait for Lies Sleeping to come out. With this one, I like that Abigail gets a bit more page time, but most of the rest...

    Another quick story that takes place in between the novels. (In this case, post The Hanging Tree and pre whatever's next.) The action takes place some time after "Night Witch" in the Detective Stories graphic novel. Happy to see that Abigail and Guleed have larger roles in this sto...

    This next entry into the Rivers of London comic series seemed a little short - but I think that's because it was only 4 issues instead of the longer 6-issue stories from the first few volumes. The story itself is a good an interesting one, although Peter himself is hardly in it, so it'...

    The man working in the local bookshop recommended this series, though did recommend starting with the books rather than the graphic novels. I don't know what I missed out on but do feel that there were some things I missed by not having read anything before this. Having said that it ca...

    Rivers of London; Cry Fox is the latest of the graphic novels in Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London series. Like the others, it's basically a short piece of casefic which sits outside the main arc plot of the novels; it was an enjoyable if very quick read and I particularly liked getti...

    A Russian mobster's daughter was kidnapped. Again. Only this time for real. And in part it was all a trap for to capture a police officer for a "Dangerous Game." Think Deliverance only with fox hounds and English horses. Part of the criminals got nabbed, but the real nasty worker got a...

    Every addition to The Rivers of London is welcome. I wish this installment could have had more of Peter Grant and his wry wit, though. I would add one thing to "The Fox of Folklore, Myth, & Culture", if I may: the name of Zorro, the clever man of mystery who always escapes, means "...

    Mmmmm, good story. Hopefully this doesn't break Abigail and Dan Russell's friendship permanently. ...

    Review to come ...

    Fun & a good if predictable read. ...

    Loved it. You should read it if you're a fan of Abigail. ...

    I read this as individual issues. The Rivers of London series - whether the prose series or the graphic novel series - continues to be a real delight to read. ...

    Not as good as the previous one. Still solid Rivers of London stuff. Loved the foxes! ...

    I liked it but it didn't allow Abigail to do anything interesting. Ah, well. Still, very pretty. ...

    Another good addition to the series - and I really appreciate the timeline in the back of these that shows you where each of the graphic novels fits with the other books. ...

  • Sarah
    Aug 12, 2018

    This is the next in the graphic novel instalments of the Rivers of London series (Peter Grant). The book does follow the series and in fact at the end of the book (where there are usually a number of extras including one shot strips and other details) there is a chronological history w...

    The RoL crew re-enact 'The Most Dangerous Game' with some talking foxes thrown in to hammer home the allegory. Entertaining enough until the next novel arrives. ...

    Its good seeing Peter and co in another novel although very limited time with Peter in this one. Others appear as the main character. The story itself is pretty cliched and simple, nothing really original. Its been told a million times with different authors. Just waiting for November ...

    The latest graphic novel in Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London series. Characters from earlier graphic novel "Night Witch" appear, along with Abigail and that slimely little refugee from the hunt, Reynard Fossman. I can't give an synopsis without given the plot away. It's a fairl...

    More, please. I cry excellent story! ...

    Hm. Also ich bin etwas enttäuscht. Bis jetzt haben mir die Comics gefallen aber an diesem hier hab ich ein bisschen was auszusetzen. Und dabei würde ich es gerne mögen wollen, da es um Füchse geht. Das beste an dem Band ist definitiv Abigail. Ich mag ihr Character Design und find...

    These graphic novel additions to the Grant/Nightingale world continue to be consistently good. It was fun to see Abigail in action in this installment. ...

    Sated my appetite for Peter Grant while I wait impatiently for Lies Sleeping. ...

    Graphic novel edition of a Peter Grant short story is a good little taster but I prefer the full novels. Art work is good though ...

    <333 Abigail and Guleed, yasssss queens That's basically it. Oh, and hooray Nightingale baddassery. ...

    The more I read these Peter Grant comics, the more I like them. This one involved Abigail playing innocent while wearing a T-shirt that said ?Monday: The Struggle Is Real,? so I?d say that?s an automatic four-star situation. ...

    Wow, that was surprisingly disappointing. The plot was both convoluted and cliche. Non of the characters got to be very active in their own story, or at least not in a way that ultimately mattered bc of deus ex nightingale. Also the tone just felt really off - assuming I cared about th...

    This latest Rivers of London graphic novel may well be my favourite yet. When the daughter of a Russian oligarch goes missing Grant and Nightingale are called in. Then it turns out that Abigail has gone missing too. With some help from some foxes the Folly realises demi-monde inhab...

    This fifth graphic novel of Peter Grant's adventures concerns some posh scum who re-enact the film A Very Dangerous Game for fun (i.e. hunting, but with the prey being humans, not foxes), except they choose Peter's cousin Abigail as their next victim, which goes about as well as you'd ...

    The graphic novels continue to be nowhere near as good as the regular novels, but they throw in some added interest, and keeps me in touch with the universe while I wait for Lies Sleeping to come out. With this one, I like that Abigail gets a bit more page time, but most of the rest...

  • Jennybeast
    Jun 12, 2018

    This is the next in the graphic novel instalments of the Rivers of London series (Peter Grant). The book does follow the series and in fact at the end of the book (where there are usually a number of extras including one shot strips and other details) there is a chronological history w...

    The RoL crew re-enact 'The Most Dangerous Game' with some talking foxes thrown in to hammer home the allegory. Entertaining enough until the next novel arrives. ...

    Its good seeing Peter and co in another novel although very limited time with Peter in this one. Others appear as the main character. The story itself is pretty cliched and simple, nothing really original. Its been told a million times with different authors. Just waiting for November ...

    The latest graphic novel in Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London series. Characters from earlier graphic novel "Night Witch" appear, along with Abigail and that slimely little refugee from the hunt, Reynard Fossman. I can't give an synopsis without given the plot away. It's a fairl...

    More, please. I cry excellent story! ...

    Hm. Also ich bin etwas enttäuscht. Bis jetzt haben mir die Comics gefallen aber an diesem hier hab ich ein bisschen was auszusetzen. Und dabei würde ich es gerne mögen wollen, da es um Füchse geht. Das beste an dem Band ist definitiv Abigail. Ich mag ihr Character Design und find...

    These graphic novel additions to the Grant/Nightingale world continue to be consistently good. It was fun to see Abigail in action in this installment. ...

    Sated my appetite for Peter Grant while I wait impatiently for Lies Sleeping. ...

    Graphic novel edition of a Peter Grant short story is a good little taster but I prefer the full novels. Art work is good though ...

    <333 Abigail and Guleed, yasssss queens That's basically it. Oh, and hooray Nightingale baddassery. ...

    The more I read these Peter Grant comics, the more I like them. This one involved Abigail playing innocent while wearing a T-shirt that said ?Monday: The Struggle Is Real,? so I?d say that?s an automatic four-star situation. ...

    Wow, that was surprisingly disappointing. The plot was both convoluted and cliche. Non of the characters got to be very active in their own story, or at least not in a way that ultimately mattered bc of deus ex nightingale. Also the tone just felt really off - assuming I cared about th...

    This latest Rivers of London graphic novel may well be my favourite yet. When the daughter of a Russian oligarch goes missing Grant and Nightingale are called in. Then it turns out that Abigail has gone missing too. With some help from some foxes the Folly realises demi-monde inhab...

    This fifth graphic novel of Peter Grant's adventures concerns some posh scum who re-enact the film A Very Dangerous Game for fun (i.e. hunting, but with the prey being humans, not foxes), except they choose Peter's cousin Abigail as their next victim, which goes about as well as you'd ...

    The graphic novels continue to be nowhere near as good as the regular novels, but they throw in some added interest, and keeps me in touch with the universe while I wait for Lies Sleeping to come out. With this one, I like that Abigail gets a bit more page time, but most of the rest...

    Another quick story that takes place in between the novels. (In this case, post The Hanging Tree and pre whatever's next.) The action takes place some time after "Night Witch" in the Detective Stories graphic novel. Happy to see that Abigail and Guleed have larger roles in this sto...

    This next entry into the Rivers of London comic series seemed a little short - but I think that's because it was only 4 issues instead of the longer 6-issue stories from the first few volumes. The story itself is a good an interesting one, although Peter himself is hardly in it, so it'...

    The man working in the local bookshop recommended this series, though did recommend starting with the books rather than the graphic novels. I don't know what I missed out on but do feel that there were some things I missed by not having read anything before this. Having said that it ca...

    Rivers of London; Cry Fox is the latest of the graphic novels in Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London series. Like the others, it's basically a short piece of casefic which sits outside the main arc plot of the novels; it was an enjoyable if very quick read and I particularly liked getti...

    A Russian mobster's daughter was kidnapped. Again. Only this time for real. And in part it was all a trap for to capture a police officer for a "Dangerous Game." Think Deliverance only with fox hounds and English horses. Part of the criminals got nabbed, but the real nasty worker got a...

    Every addition to The Rivers of London is welcome. I wish this installment could have had more of Peter Grant and his wry wit, though. I would add one thing to "The Fox of Folklore, Myth, & Culture", if I may: the name of Zorro, the clever man of mystery who always escapes, means "...

    Mmmmm, good story. Hopefully this doesn't break Abigail and Dan Russell's friendship permanently. ...

  • Glennis
    Jul 10, 2018

    This is the next in the graphic novel instalments of the Rivers of London series (Peter Grant). The book does follow the series and in fact at the end of the book (where there are usually a number of extras including one shot strips and other details) there is a chronological history w...

    The RoL crew re-enact 'The Most Dangerous Game' with some talking foxes thrown in to hammer home the allegory. Entertaining enough until the next novel arrives. ...

    Its good seeing Peter and co in another novel although very limited time with Peter in this one. Others appear as the main character. The story itself is pretty cliched and simple, nothing really original. Its been told a million times with different authors. Just waiting for November ...

    The latest graphic novel in Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London series. Characters from earlier graphic novel "Night Witch" appear, along with Abigail and that slimely little refugee from the hunt, Reynard Fossman. I can't give an synopsis without given the plot away. It's a fairl...

    More, please. I cry excellent story! ...

    Hm. Also ich bin etwas enttäuscht. Bis jetzt haben mir die Comics gefallen aber an diesem hier hab ich ein bisschen was auszusetzen. Und dabei würde ich es gerne mögen wollen, da es um Füchse geht. Das beste an dem Band ist definitiv Abigail. Ich mag ihr Character Design und find...

    These graphic novel additions to the Grant/Nightingale world continue to be consistently good. It was fun to see Abigail in action in this installment. ...

    Sated my appetite for Peter Grant while I wait impatiently for Lies Sleeping. ...

    Graphic novel edition of a Peter Grant short story is a good little taster but I prefer the full novels. Art work is good though ...

    <333 Abigail and Guleed, yasssss queens That's basically it. Oh, and hooray Nightingale baddassery. ...

    The more I read these Peter Grant comics, the more I like them. This one involved Abigail playing innocent while wearing a T-shirt that said ?Monday: The Struggle Is Real,? so I?d say that?s an automatic four-star situation. ...

    Wow, that was surprisingly disappointing. The plot was both convoluted and cliche. Non of the characters got to be very active in their own story, or at least not in a way that ultimately mattered bc of deus ex nightingale. Also the tone just felt really off - assuming I cared about th...

    This latest Rivers of London graphic novel may well be my favourite yet. When the daughter of a Russian oligarch goes missing Grant and Nightingale are called in. Then it turns out that Abigail has gone missing too. With some help from some foxes the Folly realises demi-monde inhab...

    This fifth graphic novel of Peter Grant's adventures concerns some posh scum who re-enact the film A Very Dangerous Game for fun (i.e. hunting, but with the prey being humans, not foxes), except they choose Peter's cousin Abigail as their next victim, which goes about as well as you'd ...

    The graphic novels continue to be nowhere near as good as the regular novels, but they throw in some added interest, and keeps me in touch with the universe while I wait for Lies Sleeping to come out. With this one, I like that Abigail gets a bit more page time, but most of the rest...

    Another quick story that takes place in between the novels. (In this case, post The Hanging Tree and pre whatever's next.) The action takes place some time after "Night Witch" in the Detective Stories graphic novel. Happy to see that Abigail and Guleed have larger roles in this sto...

    This next entry into the Rivers of London comic series seemed a little short - but I think that's because it was only 4 issues instead of the longer 6-issue stories from the first few volumes. The story itself is a good an interesting one, although Peter himself is hardly in it, so it'...

    The man working in the local bookshop recommended this series, though did recommend starting with the books rather than the graphic novels. I don't know what I missed out on but do feel that there were some things I missed by not having read anything before this. Having said that it ca...

    Rivers of London; Cry Fox is the latest of the graphic novels in Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London series. Like the others, it's basically a short piece of casefic which sits outside the main arc plot of the novels; it was an enjoyable if very quick read and I particularly liked getti...

    A Russian mobster's daughter was kidnapped. Again. Only this time for real. And in part it was all a trap for to capture a police officer for a "Dangerous Game." Think Deliverance only with fox hounds and English horses. Part of the criminals got nabbed, but the real nasty worker got a...

    Every addition to The Rivers of London is welcome. I wish this installment could have had more of Peter Grant and his wry wit, though. I would add one thing to "The Fox of Folklore, Myth, & Culture", if I may: the name of Zorro, the clever man of mystery who always escapes, means "...

    Mmmmm, good story. Hopefully this doesn't break Abigail and Dan Russell's friendship permanently. ...

    Review to come ...

  • Andrew
    Jun 28, 2018

    This is the next in the graphic novel instalments of the Rivers of London series (Peter Grant). The book does follow the series and in fact at the end of the book (where there are usually a number of extras including one shot strips and other details) there is a chronological history w...

  • Ron
    Sep 10, 2018

    This is the next in the graphic novel instalments of the Rivers of London series (Peter Grant). The book does follow the series and in fact at the end of the book (where there are usually a number of extras including one shot strips and other details) there is a chronological history w...

    The RoL crew re-enact 'The Most Dangerous Game' with some talking foxes thrown in to hammer home the allegory. Entertaining enough until the next novel arrives. ...

    Its good seeing Peter and co in another novel although very limited time with Peter in this one. Others appear as the main character. The story itself is pretty cliched and simple, nothing really original. Its been told a million times with different authors. Just waiting for November ...

    The latest graphic novel in Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London series. Characters from earlier graphic novel "Night Witch" appear, along with Abigail and that slimely little refugee from the hunt, Reynard Fossman. I can't give an synopsis without given the plot away. It's a fairl...

    More, please. I cry excellent story! ...

    Hm. Also ich bin etwas enttäuscht. Bis jetzt haben mir die Comics gefallen aber an diesem hier hab ich ein bisschen was auszusetzen. Und dabei würde ich es gerne mögen wollen, da es um Füchse geht. Das beste an dem Band ist definitiv Abigail. Ich mag ihr Character Design und find...

    These graphic novel additions to the Grant/Nightingale world continue to be consistently good. It was fun to see Abigail in action in this installment. ...

    Sated my appetite for Peter Grant while I wait impatiently for Lies Sleeping. ...

    Graphic novel edition of a Peter Grant short story is a good little taster but I prefer the full novels. Art work is good though ...

    <333 Abigail and Guleed, yasssss queens That's basically it. Oh, and hooray Nightingale baddassery. ...

    The more I read these Peter Grant comics, the more I like them. This one involved Abigail playing innocent while wearing a T-shirt that said ?Monday: The Struggle Is Real,? so I?d say that?s an automatic four-star situation. ...

    Wow, that was surprisingly disappointing. The plot was both convoluted and cliche. Non of the characters got to be very active in their own story, or at least not in a way that ultimately mattered bc of deus ex nightingale. Also the tone just felt really off - assuming I cared about th...

    This latest Rivers of London graphic novel may well be my favourite yet. When the daughter of a Russian oligarch goes missing Grant and Nightingale are called in. Then it turns out that Abigail has gone missing too. With some help from some foxes the Folly realises demi-monde inhab...

    This fifth graphic novel of Peter Grant's adventures concerns some posh scum who re-enact the film A Very Dangerous Game for fun (i.e. hunting, but with the prey being humans, not foxes), except they choose Peter's cousin Abigail as their next victim, which goes about as well as you'd ...

    The graphic novels continue to be nowhere near as good as the regular novels, but they throw in some added interest, and keeps me in touch with the universe while I wait for Lies Sleeping to come out. With this one, I like that Abigail gets a bit more page time, but most of the rest...

    Another quick story that takes place in between the novels. (In this case, post The Hanging Tree and pre whatever's next.) The action takes place some time after "Night Witch" in the Detective Stories graphic novel. Happy to see that Abigail and Guleed have larger roles in this sto...

    This next entry into the Rivers of London comic series seemed a little short - but I think that's because it was only 4 issues instead of the longer 6-issue stories from the first few volumes. The story itself is a good an interesting one, although Peter himself is hardly in it, so it'...

    The man working in the local bookshop recommended this series, though did recommend starting with the books rather than the graphic novels. I don't know what I missed out on but do feel that there were some things I missed by not having read anything before this. Having said that it ca...

    Rivers of London; Cry Fox is the latest of the graphic novels in Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London series. Like the others, it's basically a short piece of casefic which sits outside the main arc plot of the novels; it was an enjoyable if very quick read and I particularly liked getti...

    A Russian mobster's daughter was kidnapped. Again. Only this time for real. And in part it was all a trap for to capture a police officer for a "Dangerous Game." Think Deliverance only with fox hounds and English horses. Part of the criminals got nabbed, but the real nasty worker got a...

  • Mark
    Aug 06, 2018

    This is the next in the graphic novel instalments of the Rivers of London series (Peter Grant). The book does follow the series and in fact at the end of the book (where there are usually a number of extras including one shot strips and other details) there is a chronological history w...

    The RoL crew re-enact 'The Most Dangerous Game' with some talking foxes thrown in to hammer home the allegory. Entertaining enough until the next novel arrives. ...

    Its good seeing Peter and co in another novel although very limited time with Peter in this one. Others appear as the main character. The story itself is pretty cliched and simple, nothing really original. Its been told a million times with different authors. Just waiting for November ...

    The latest graphic novel in Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London series. Characters from earlier graphic novel "Night Witch" appear, along with Abigail and that slimely little refugee from the hunt, Reynard Fossman. I can't give an synopsis without given the plot away. It's a fairl...

    More, please. I cry excellent story! ...

    Hm. Also ich bin etwas enttäuscht. Bis jetzt haben mir die Comics gefallen aber an diesem hier hab ich ein bisschen was auszusetzen. Und dabei würde ich es gerne mögen wollen, da es um Füchse geht. Das beste an dem Band ist definitiv Abigail. Ich mag ihr Character Design und find...

    These graphic novel additions to the Grant/Nightingale world continue to be consistently good. It was fun to see Abigail in action in this installment. ...

    Sated my appetite for Peter Grant while I wait impatiently for Lies Sleeping. ...

    Graphic novel edition of a Peter Grant short story is a good little taster but I prefer the full novels. Art work is good though ...

    <333 Abigail and Guleed, yasssss queens That's basically it. Oh, and hooray Nightingale baddassery. ...

    The more I read these Peter Grant comics, the more I like them. This one involved Abigail playing innocent while wearing a T-shirt that said ?Monday: The Struggle Is Real,? so I?d say that?s an automatic four-star situation. ...

    Wow, that was surprisingly disappointing. The plot was both convoluted and cliche. Non of the characters got to be very active in their own story, or at least not in a way that ultimately mattered bc of deus ex nightingale. Also the tone just felt really off - assuming I cared about th...

    This latest Rivers of London graphic novel may well be my favourite yet. When the daughter of a Russian oligarch goes missing Grant and Nightingale are called in. Then it turns out that Abigail has gone missing too. With some help from some foxes the Folly realises demi-monde inhab...

    This fifth graphic novel of Peter Grant's adventures concerns some posh scum who re-enact the film A Very Dangerous Game for fun (i.e. hunting, but with the prey being humans, not foxes), except they choose Peter's cousin Abigail as their next victim, which goes about as well as you'd ...

    The graphic novels continue to be nowhere near as good as the regular novels, but they throw in some added interest, and keeps me in touch with the universe while I wait for Lies Sleeping to come out. With this one, I like that Abigail gets a bit more page time, but most of the rest...

    Another quick story that takes place in between the novels. (In this case, post The Hanging Tree and pre whatever's next.) The action takes place some time after "Night Witch" in the Detective Stories graphic novel. Happy to see that Abigail and Guleed have larger roles in this sto...

    This next entry into the Rivers of London comic series seemed a little short - but I think that's because it was only 4 issues instead of the longer 6-issue stories from the first few volumes. The story itself is a good an interesting one, although Peter himself is hardly in it, so it'...

    The man working in the local bookshop recommended this series, though did recommend starting with the books rather than the graphic novels. I don't know what I missed out on but do feel that there were some things I missed by not having read anything before this. Having said that it ca...

    Rivers of London; Cry Fox is the latest of the graphic novels in Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London series. Like the others, it's basically a short piece of casefic which sits outside the main arc plot of the novels; it was an enjoyable if very quick read and I particularly liked getti...

    A Russian mobster's daughter was kidnapped. Again. Only this time for real. And in part it was all a trap for to capture a police officer for a "Dangerous Game." Think Deliverance only with fox hounds and English horses. Part of the criminals got nabbed, but the real nasty worker got a...

    Every addition to The Rivers of London is welcome. I wish this installment could have had more of Peter Grant and his wry wit, though. I would add one thing to "The Fox of Folklore, Myth, & Culture", if I may: the name of Zorro, the clever man of mystery who always escapes, means "...

    Mmmmm, good story. Hopefully this doesn't break Abigail and Dan Russell's friendship permanently. ...

    Review to come ...

    Fun & a good if predictable read. ...

    Loved it. You should read it if you're a fan of Abigail. ...

    I read this as individual issues. The Rivers of London series - whether the prose series or the graphic novel series - continues to be a real delight to read. ...

    Not as good as the previous one. Still solid Rivers of London stuff. Loved the foxes! ...

    I liked it but it didn't allow Abigail to do anything interesting. Ah, well. Still, very pretty. ...

    Another good addition to the series - and I really appreciate the timeline in the back of these that shows you where each of the graphic novels fits with the other books. ...

    DPL hoopla ...

  • Raj
    Jul 18, 2018

    This is the next in the graphic novel instalments of the Rivers of London series (Peter Grant). The book does follow the series and in fact at the end of the book (where there are usually a number of extras including one shot strips and other details) there is a chronological history w...

    The RoL crew re-enact 'The Most Dangerous Game' with some talking foxes thrown in to hammer home the allegory. Entertaining enough until the next novel arrives. ...

    Its good seeing Peter and co in another novel although very limited time with Peter in this one. Others appear as the main character. The story itself is pretty cliched and simple, nothing really original. Its been told a million times with different authors. Just waiting for November ...

    The latest graphic novel in Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London series. Characters from earlier graphic novel "Night Witch" appear, along with Abigail and that slimely little refugee from the hunt, Reynard Fossman. I can't give an synopsis without given the plot away. It's a fairl...

    More, please. I cry excellent story! ...

    Hm. Also ich bin etwas enttäuscht. Bis jetzt haben mir die Comics gefallen aber an diesem hier hab ich ein bisschen was auszusetzen. Und dabei würde ich es gerne mögen wollen, da es um Füchse geht. Das beste an dem Band ist definitiv Abigail. Ich mag ihr Character Design und find...

    These graphic novel additions to the Grant/Nightingale world continue to be consistently good. It was fun to see Abigail in action in this installment. ...

    Sated my appetite for Peter Grant while I wait impatiently for Lies Sleeping. ...

    Graphic novel edition of a Peter Grant short story is a good little taster but I prefer the full novels. Art work is good though ...

    <333 Abigail and Guleed, yasssss queens That's basically it. Oh, and hooray Nightingale baddassery. ...

    The more I read these Peter Grant comics, the more I like them. This one involved Abigail playing innocent while wearing a T-shirt that said ?Monday: The Struggle Is Real,? so I?d say that?s an automatic four-star situation. ...

    Wow, that was surprisingly disappointing. The plot was both convoluted and cliche. Non of the characters got to be very active in their own story, or at least not in a way that ultimately mattered bc of deus ex nightingale. Also the tone just felt really off - assuming I cared about th...

    This latest Rivers of London graphic novel may well be my favourite yet. When the daughter of a Russian oligarch goes missing Grant and Nightingale are called in. Then it turns out that Abigail has gone missing too. With some help from some foxes the Folly realises demi-monde inhab...

    This fifth graphic novel of Peter Grant's adventures concerns some posh scum who re-enact the film A Very Dangerous Game for fun (i.e. hunting, but with the prey being humans, not foxes), except they choose Peter's cousin Abigail as their next victim, which goes about as well as you'd ...

  • Eric
    Apr 24, 2018

    This is the next in the graphic novel instalments of the Rivers of London series (Peter Grant). The book does follow the series and in fact at the end of the book (where there are usually a number of extras including one shot strips and other details) there is a chronological history w...

    The RoL crew re-enact 'The Most Dangerous Game' with some talking foxes thrown in to hammer home the allegory. Entertaining enough until the next novel arrives. ...

    Its good seeing Peter and co in another novel although very limited time with Peter in this one. Others appear as the main character. The story itself is pretty cliched and simple, nothing really original. Its been told a million times with different authors. Just waiting for November ...

    The latest graphic novel in Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London series. Characters from earlier graphic novel "Night Witch" appear, along with Abigail and that slimely little refugee from the hunt, Reynard Fossman. I can't give an synopsis without given the plot away. It's a fairl...

    More, please. I cry excellent story! ...

    Hm. Also ich bin etwas enttäuscht. Bis jetzt haben mir die Comics gefallen aber an diesem hier hab ich ein bisschen was auszusetzen. Und dabei würde ich es gerne mögen wollen, da es um Füchse geht. Das beste an dem Band ist definitiv Abigail. Ich mag ihr Character Design und find...

    These graphic novel additions to the Grant/Nightingale world continue to be consistently good. It was fun to see Abigail in action in this installment. ...

    Sated my appetite for Peter Grant while I wait impatiently for Lies Sleeping. ...

    Graphic novel edition of a Peter Grant short story is a good little taster but I prefer the full novels. Art work is good though ...

    <333 Abigail and Guleed, yasssss queens That's basically it. Oh, and hooray Nightingale baddassery. ...

    The more I read these Peter Grant comics, the more I like them. This one involved Abigail playing innocent while wearing a T-shirt that said ?Monday: The Struggle Is Real,? so I?d say that?s an automatic four-star situation. ...

    Wow, that was surprisingly disappointing. The plot was both convoluted and cliche. Non of the characters got to be very active in their own story, or at least not in a way that ultimately mattered bc of deus ex nightingale. Also the tone just felt really off - assuming I cared about th...

    This latest Rivers of London graphic novel may well be my favourite yet. When the daughter of a Russian oligarch goes missing Grant and Nightingale are called in. Then it turns out that Abigail has gone missing too. With some help from some foxes the Folly realises demi-monde inhab...

    This fifth graphic novel of Peter Grant's adventures concerns some posh scum who re-enact the film A Very Dangerous Game for fun (i.e. hunting, but with the prey being humans, not foxes), except they choose Peter's cousin Abigail as their next victim, which goes about as well as you'd ...

    The graphic novels continue to be nowhere near as good as the regular novels, but they throw in some added interest, and keeps me in touch with the universe while I wait for Lies Sleeping to come out. With this one, I like that Abigail gets a bit more page time, but most of the rest...

    Another quick story that takes place in between the novels. (In this case, post The Hanging Tree and pre whatever's next.) The action takes place some time after "Night Witch" in the Detective Stories graphic novel. Happy to see that Abigail and Guleed have larger roles in this sto...

    This next entry into the Rivers of London comic series seemed a little short - but I think that's because it was only 4 issues instead of the longer 6-issue stories from the first few volumes. The story itself is a good an interesting one, although Peter himself is hardly in it, so it'...

    The man working in the local bookshop recommended this series, though did recommend starting with the books rather than the graphic novels. I don't know what I missed out on but do feel that there were some things I missed by not having read anything before this. Having said that it ca...

    Rivers of London; Cry Fox is the latest of the graphic novels in Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London series. Like the others, it's basically a short piece of casefic which sits outside the main arc plot of the novels; it was an enjoyable if very quick read and I particularly liked getti...

    A Russian mobster's daughter was kidnapped. Again. Only this time for real. And in part it was all a trap for to capture a police officer for a "Dangerous Game." Think Deliverance only with fox hounds and English horses. Part of the criminals got nabbed, but the real nasty worker got a...

    Every addition to The Rivers of London is welcome. I wish this installment could have had more of Peter Grant and his wry wit, though. I would add one thing to "The Fox of Folklore, Myth, & Culture", if I may: the name of Zorro, the clever man of mystery who always escapes, means "...

    Mmmmm, good story. Hopefully this doesn't break Abigail and Dan Russell's friendship permanently. ...

    Review to come ...

    Fun & a good if predictable read. ...

    Loved it. You should read it if you're a fan of Abigail. ...

    I read this as individual issues. The Rivers of London series - whether the prose series or the graphic novel series - continues to be a real delight to read. ...

  • Hamti
    Jul 06, 2018

    This is the next in the graphic novel instalments of the Rivers of London series (Peter Grant). The book does follow the series and in fact at the end of the book (where there are usually a number of extras including one shot strips and other details) there is a chronological history w...

    The RoL crew re-enact 'The Most Dangerous Game' with some talking foxes thrown in to hammer home the allegory. Entertaining enough until the next novel arrives. ...

    Its good seeing Peter and co in another novel although very limited time with Peter in this one. Others appear as the main character. The story itself is pretty cliched and simple, nothing really original. Its been told a million times with different authors. Just waiting for November ...

    The latest graphic novel in Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London series. Characters from earlier graphic novel "Night Witch" appear, along with Abigail and that slimely little refugee from the hunt, Reynard Fossman. I can't give an synopsis without given the plot away. It's a fairl...

    More, please. I cry excellent story! ...

    Hm. Also ich bin etwas enttäuscht. Bis jetzt haben mir die Comics gefallen aber an diesem hier hab ich ein bisschen was auszusetzen. Und dabei würde ich es gerne mögen wollen, da es um Füchse geht. Das beste an dem Band ist definitiv Abigail. Ich mag ihr Character Design und find...

  • Jen
    Jun 06, 2018

    This is the next in the graphic novel instalments of the Rivers of London series (Peter Grant). The book does follow the series and in fact at the end of the book (where there are usually a number of extras including one shot strips and other details) there is a chronological history w...

    The RoL crew re-enact 'The Most Dangerous Game' with some talking foxes thrown in to hammer home the allegory. Entertaining enough until the next novel arrives. ...

    Its good seeing Peter and co in another novel although very limited time with Peter in this one. Others appear as the main character. The story itself is pretty cliched and simple, nothing really original. Its been told a million times with different authors. Just waiting for November ...

    The latest graphic novel in Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London series. Characters from earlier graphic novel "Night Witch" appear, along with Abigail and that slimely little refugee from the hunt, Reynard Fossman. I can't give an synopsis without given the plot away. It's a fairl...

    More, please. I cry excellent story! ...

    Hm. Also ich bin etwas enttäuscht. Bis jetzt haben mir die Comics gefallen aber an diesem hier hab ich ein bisschen was auszusetzen. Und dabei würde ich es gerne mögen wollen, da es um Füchse geht. Das beste an dem Band ist definitiv Abigail. Ich mag ihr Character Design und find...

    These graphic novel additions to the Grant/Nightingale world continue to be consistently good. It was fun to see Abigail in action in this installment. ...

    Sated my appetite for Peter Grant while I wait impatiently for Lies Sleeping. ...

    Graphic novel edition of a Peter Grant short story is a good little taster but I prefer the full novels. Art work is good though ...

    <333 Abigail and Guleed, yasssss queens That's basically it. Oh, and hooray Nightingale baddassery. ...

    The more I read these Peter Grant comics, the more I like them. This one involved Abigail playing innocent while wearing a T-shirt that said ?Monday: The Struggle Is Real,? so I?d say that?s an automatic four-star situation. ...

    Wow, that was surprisingly disappointing. The plot was both convoluted and cliche. Non of the characters got to be very active in their own story, or at least not in a way that ultimately mattered bc of deus ex nightingale. Also the tone just felt really off - assuming I cared about th...

    This latest Rivers of London graphic novel may well be my favourite yet. When the daughter of a Russian oligarch goes missing Grant and Nightingale are called in. Then it turns out that Abigail has gone missing too. With some help from some foxes the Folly realises demi-monde inhab...

    This fifth graphic novel of Peter Grant's adventures concerns some posh scum who re-enact the film A Very Dangerous Game for fun (i.e. hunting, but with the prey being humans, not foxes), except they choose Peter's cousin Abigail as their next victim, which goes about as well as you'd ...

    The graphic novels continue to be nowhere near as good as the regular novels, but they throw in some added interest, and keeps me in touch with the universe while I wait for Lies Sleeping to come out. With this one, I like that Abigail gets a bit more page time, but most of the rest...

    Another quick story that takes place in between the novels. (In this case, post The Hanging Tree and pre whatever's next.) The action takes place some time after "Night Witch" in the Detective Stories graphic novel. Happy to see that Abigail and Guleed have larger roles in this sto...

  • Terra
    Jun 15, 2018

    This is the next in the graphic novel instalments of the Rivers of London series (Peter Grant). The book does follow the series and in fact at the end of the book (where there are usually a number of extras including one shot strips and other details) there is a chronological history w...

    The RoL crew re-enact 'The Most Dangerous Game' with some talking foxes thrown in to hammer home the allegory. Entertaining enough until the next novel arrives. ...

    Its good seeing Peter and co in another novel although very limited time with Peter in this one. Others appear as the main character. The story itself is pretty cliched and simple, nothing really original. Its been told a million times with different authors. Just waiting for November ...

    The latest graphic novel in Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London series. Characters from earlier graphic novel "Night Witch" appear, along with Abigail and that slimely little refugee from the hunt, Reynard Fossman. I can't give an synopsis without given the plot away. It's a fairl...

    More, please. I cry excellent story! ...

    Hm. Also ich bin etwas enttäuscht. Bis jetzt haben mir die Comics gefallen aber an diesem hier hab ich ein bisschen was auszusetzen. Und dabei würde ich es gerne mögen wollen, da es um Füchse geht. Das beste an dem Band ist definitiv Abigail. Ich mag ihr Character Design und find...

    These graphic novel additions to the Grant/Nightingale world continue to be consistently good. It was fun to see Abigail in action in this installment. ...

    Sated my appetite for Peter Grant while I wait impatiently for Lies Sleeping. ...

    Graphic novel edition of a Peter Grant short story is a good little taster but I prefer the full novels. Art work is good though ...

    <333 Abigail and Guleed, yasssss queens That's basically it. Oh, and hooray Nightingale baddassery. ...

    The more I read these Peter Grant comics, the more I like them. This one involved Abigail playing innocent while wearing a T-shirt that said ?Monday: The Struggle Is Real,? so I?d say that?s an automatic four-star situation. ...

  • Emily
    Jun 23, 2018

    This is the next in the graphic novel instalments of the Rivers of London series (Peter Grant). The book does follow the series and in fact at the end of the book (where there are usually a number of extras including one shot strips and other details) there is a chronological history w...

    The RoL crew re-enact 'The Most Dangerous Game' with some talking foxes thrown in to hammer home the allegory. Entertaining enough until the next novel arrives. ...

    Its good seeing Peter and co in another novel although very limited time with Peter in this one. Others appear as the main character. The story itself is pretty cliched and simple, nothing really original. Its been told a million times with different authors. Just waiting for November ...

    The latest graphic novel in Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London series. Characters from earlier graphic novel "Night Witch" appear, along with Abigail and that slimely little refugee from the hunt, Reynard Fossman. I can't give an synopsis without given the plot away. It's a fairl...

    More, please. I cry excellent story! ...

    Hm. Also ich bin etwas enttäuscht. Bis jetzt haben mir die Comics gefallen aber an diesem hier hab ich ein bisschen was auszusetzen. Und dabei würde ich es gerne mögen wollen, da es um Füchse geht. Das beste an dem Band ist definitiv Abigail. Ich mag ihr Character Design und find...

    These graphic novel additions to the Grant/Nightingale world continue to be consistently good. It was fun to see Abigail in action in this installment. ...

  • Molokov
    Sep 03, 2018

    This is the next in the graphic novel instalments of the Rivers of London series (Peter Grant). The book does follow the series and in fact at the end of the book (where there are usually a number of extras including one shot strips and other details) there is a chronological history w...

    The RoL crew re-enact 'The Most Dangerous Game' with some talking foxes thrown in to hammer home the allegory. Entertaining enough until the next novel arrives. ...

    Its good seeing Peter and co in another novel although very limited time with Peter in this one. Others appear as the main character. The story itself is pretty cliched and simple, nothing really original. Its been told a million times with different authors. Just waiting for November ...

    The latest graphic novel in Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London series. Characters from earlier graphic novel "Night Witch" appear, along with Abigail and that slimely little refugee from the hunt, Reynard Fossman. I can't give an synopsis without given the plot away. It's a fairl...

    More, please. I cry excellent story! ...

    Hm. Also ich bin etwas enttäuscht. Bis jetzt haben mir die Comics gefallen aber an diesem hier hab ich ein bisschen was auszusetzen. Und dabei würde ich es gerne mögen wollen, da es um Füchse geht. Das beste an dem Band ist definitiv Abigail. Ich mag ihr Character Design und find...

    These graphic novel additions to the Grant/Nightingale world continue to be consistently good. It was fun to see Abigail in action in this installment. ...

    Sated my appetite for Peter Grant while I wait impatiently for Lies Sleeping. ...

    Graphic novel edition of a Peter Grant short story is a good little taster but I prefer the full novels. Art work is good though ...

    <333 Abigail and Guleed, yasssss queens That's basically it. Oh, and hooray Nightingale baddassery. ...

    The more I read these Peter Grant comics, the more I like them. This one involved Abigail playing innocent while wearing a T-shirt that said ?Monday: The Struggle Is Real,? so I?d say that?s an automatic four-star situation. ...

    Wow, that was surprisingly disappointing. The plot was both convoluted and cliche. Non of the characters got to be very active in their own story, or at least not in a way that ultimately mattered bc of deus ex nightingale. Also the tone just felt really off - assuming I cared about th...

    This latest Rivers of London graphic novel may well be my favourite yet. When the daughter of a Russian oligarch goes missing Grant and Nightingale are called in. Then it turns out that Abigail has gone missing too. With some help from some foxes the Folly realises demi-monde inhab...

    This fifth graphic novel of Peter Grant's adventures concerns some posh scum who re-enact the film A Very Dangerous Game for fun (i.e. hunting, but with the prey being humans, not foxes), except they choose Peter's cousin Abigail as their next victim, which goes about as well as you'd ...

    The graphic novels continue to be nowhere near as good as the regular novels, but they throw in some added interest, and keeps me in touch with the universe while I wait for Lies Sleeping to come out. With this one, I like that Abigail gets a bit more page time, but most of the rest...

    Another quick story that takes place in between the novels. (In this case, post The Hanging Tree and pre whatever's next.) The action takes place some time after "Night Witch" in the Detective Stories graphic novel. Happy to see that Abigail and Guleed have larger roles in this sto...

    This next entry into the Rivers of London comic series seemed a little short - but I think that's because it was only 4 issues instead of the longer 6-issue stories from the first few volumes. The story itself is a good an interesting one, although Peter himself is hardly in it, so it'...

  • Dee
    Oct 09, 2018

    This is the next in the graphic novel instalments of the Rivers of London series (Peter Grant). The book does follow the series and in fact at the end of the book (where there are usually a number of extras including one shot strips and other details) there is a chronological history w...

    The RoL crew re-enact 'The Most Dangerous Game' with some talking foxes thrown in to hammer home the allegory. Entertaining enough until the next novel arrives. ...

    Its good seeing Peter and co in another novel although very limited time with Peter in this one. Others appear as the main character. The story itself is pretty cliched and simple, nothing really original. Its been told a million times with different authors. Just waiting for November ...

    The latest graphic novel in Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London series. Characters from earlier graphic novel "Night Witch" appear, along with Abigail and that slimely little refugee from the hunt, Reynard Fossman. I can't give an synopsis without given the plot away. It's a fairl...

    More, please. I cry excellent story! ...

    Hm. Also ich bin etwas enttäuscht. Bis jetzt haben mir die Comics gefallen aber an diesem hier hab ich ein bisschen was auszusetzen. Und dabei würde ich es gerne mögen wollen, da es um Füchse geht. Das beste an dem Band ist definitiv Abigail. Ich mag ihr Character Design und find...

    These graphic novel additions to the Grant/Nightingale world continue to be consistently good. It was fun to see Abigail in action in this installment. ...

    Sated my appetite for Peter Grant while I wait impatiently for Lies Sleeping. ...

    Graphic novel edition of a Peter Grant short story is a good little taster but I prefer the full novels. Art work is good though ...

    <333 Abigail and Guleed, yasssss queens That's basically it. Oh, and hooray Nightingale baddassery. ...

  • Yanaba
    Jun 30, 2018

    This is the next in the graphic novel instalments of the Rivers of London series (Peter Grant). The book does follow the series and in fact at the end of the book (where there are usually a number of extras including one shot strips and other details) there is a chronological history w...

    The RoL crew re-enact 'The Most Dangerous Game' with some talking foxes thrown in to hammer home the allegory. Entertaining enough until the next novel arrives. ...

    Its good seeing Peter and co in another novel although very limited time with Peter in this one. Others appear as the main character. The story itself is pretty cliched and simple, nothing really original. Its been told a million times with different authors. Just waiting for November ...

    The latest graphic novel in Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London series. Characters from earlier graphic novel "Night Witch" appear, along with Abigail and that slimely little refugee from the hunt, Reynard Fossman. I can't give an synopsis without given the plot away. It's a fairl...

    More, please. I cry excellent story! ...

    Hm. Also ich bin etwas enttäuscht. Bis jetzt haben mir die Comics gefallen aber an diesem hier hab ich ein bisschen was auszusetzen. Und dabei würde ich es gerne mögen wollen, da es um Füchse geht. Das beste an dem Band ist definitiv Abigail. Ich mag ihr Character Design und find...

    These graphic novel additions to the Grant/Nightingale world continue to be consistently good. It was fun to see Abigail in action in this installment. ...

    Sated my appetite for Peter Grant while I wait impatiently for Lies Sleeping. ...

    Graphic novel edition of a Peter Grant short story is a good little taster but I prefer the full novels. Art work is good though ...

    <333 Abigail and Guleed, yasssss queens That's basically it. Oh, and hooray Nightingale baddassery. ...

    The more I read these Peter Grant comics, the more I like them. This one involved Abigail playing innocent while wearing a T-shirt that said ?Monday: The Struggle Is Real,? so I?d say that?s an automatic four-star situation. ...

    Wow, that was surprisingly disappointing. The plot was both convoluted and cliche. Non of the characters got to be very active in their own story, or at least not in a way that ultimately mattered bc of deus ex nightingale. Also the tone just felt really off - assuming I cared about th...

    This latest Rivers of London graphic novel may well be my favourite yet. When the daughter of a Russian oligarch goes missing Grant and Nightingale are called in. Then it turns out that Abigail has gone missing too. With some help from some foxes the Folly realises demi-monde inhab...

    This fifth graphic novel of Peter Grant's adventures concerns some posh scum who re-enact the film A Very Dangerous Game for fun (i.e. hunting, but with the prey being humans, not foxes), except they choose Peter's cousin Abigail as their next victim, which goes about as well as you'd ...

    The graphic novels continue to be nowhere near as good as the regular novels, but they throw in some added interest, and keeps me in touch with the universe while I wait for Lies Sleeping to come out. With this one, I like that Abigail gets a bit more page time, but most of the rest...

    Another quick story that takes place in between the novels. (In this case, post The Hanging Tree and pre whatever's next.) The action takes place some time after "Night Witch" in the Detective Stories graphic novel. Happy to see that Abigail and Guleed have larger roles in this sto...

    This next entry into the Rivers of London comic series seemed a little short - but I think that's because it was only 4 issues instead of the longer 6-issue stories from the first few volumes. The story itself is a good an interesting one, although Peter himself is hardly in it, so it'...

    The man working in the local bookshop recommended this series, though did recommend starting with the books rather than the graphic novels. I don't know what I missed out on but do feel that there were some things I missed by not having read anything before this. Having said that it ca...

    Rivers of London; Cry Fox is the latest of the graphic novels in Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London series. Like the others, it's basically a short piece of casefic which sits outside the main arc plot of the novels; it was an enjoyable if very quick read and I particularly liked getti...

    A Russian mobster's daughter was kidnapped. Again. Only this time for real. And in part it was all a trap for to capture a police officer for a "Dangerous Game." Think Deliverance only with fox hounds and English horses. Part of the criminals got nabbed, but the real nasty worker got a...

    Every addition to The Rivers of London is welcome. I wish this installment could have had more of Peter Grant and his wry wit, though. I would add one thing to "The Fox of Folklore, Myth, & Culture", if I may: the name of Zorro, the clever man of mystery who always escapes, means "...

    Mmmmm, good story. Hopefully this doesn't break Abigail and Dan Russell's friendship permanently. ...

    Review to come ...

    Fun & a good if predictable read. ...

    Loved it. You should read it if you're a fan of Abigail. ...

  • Dan
    Jul 09, 2018

    This is the next in the graphic novel instalments of the Rivers of London series (Peter Grant). The book does follow the series and in fact at the end of the book (where there are usually a number of extras including one shot strips and other details) there is a chronological history w...

    The RoL crew re-enact 'The Most Dangerous Game' with some talking foxes thrown in to hammer home the allegory. Entertaining enough until the next novel arrives. ...

    Its good seeing Peter and co in another novel although very limited time with Peter in this one. Others appear as the main character. The story itself is pretty cliched and simple, nothing really original. Its been told a million times with different authors. Just waiting for November ...

    The latest graphic novel in Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London series. Characters from earlier graphic novel "Night Witch" appear, along with Abigail and that slimely little refugee from the hunt, Reynard Fossman. I can't give an synopsis without given the plot away. It's a fairl...

    More, please. I cry excellent story! ...

    Hm. Also ich bin etwas enttäuscht. Bis jetzt haben mir die Comics gefallen aber an diesem hier hab ich ein bisschen was auszusetzen. Und dabei würde ich es gerne mögen wollen, da es um Füchse geht. Das beste an dem Band ist definitiv Abigail. Ich mag ihr Character Design und find...

    These graphic novel additions to the Grant/Nightingale world continue to be consistently good. It was fun to see Abigail in action in this installment. ...

    Sated my appetite for Peter Grant while I wait impatiently for Lies Sleeping. ...

    Graphic novel edition of a Peter Grant short story is a good little taster but I prefer the full novels. Art work is good though ...

    <333 Abigail and Guleed, yasssss queens That's basically it. Oh, and hooray Nightingale baddassery. ...

    The more I read these Peter Grant comics, the more I like them. This one involved Abigail playing innocent while wearing a T-shirt that said ?Monday: The Struggle Is Real,? so I?d say that?s an automatic four-star situation. ...

    Wow, that was surprisingly disappointing. The plot was both convoluted and cliche. Non of the characters got to be very active in their own story, or at least not in a way that ultimately mattered bc of deus ex nightingale. Also the tone just felt really off - assuming I cared about th...

    This latest Rivers of London graphic novel may well be my favourite yet. When the daughter of a Russian oligarch goes missing Grant and Nightingale are called in. Then it turns out that Abigail has gone missing too. With some help from some foxes the Folly realises demi-monde inhab...

  • Susanna
    Jun 20, 2018

    This is the next in the graphic novel instalments of the Rivers of London series (Peter Grant). The book does follow the series and in fact at the end of the book (where there are usually a number of extras including one shot strips and other details) there is a chronological history w...

    The RoL crew re-enact 'The Most Dangerous Game' with some talking foxes thrown in to hammer home the allegory. Entertaining enough until the next novel arrives. ...

    Its good seeing Peter and co in another novel although very limited time with Peter in this one. Others appear as the main character. The story itself is pretty cliched and simple, nothing really original. Its been told a million times with different authors. Just waiting for November ...

    The latest graphic novel in Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London series. Characters from earlier graphic novel "Night Witch" appear, along with Abigail and that slimely little refugee from the hunt, Reynard Fossman. I can't give an synopsis without given the plot away. It's a fairl...

    More, please. I cry excellent story! ...

    Hm. Also ich bin etwas enttäuscht. Bis jetzt haben mir die Comics gefallen aber an diesem hier hab ich ein bisschen was auszusetzen. Und dabei würde ich es gerne mögen wollen, da es um Füchse geht. Das beste an dem Band ist definitiv Abigail. Ich mag ihr Character Design und find...

    These graphic novel additions to the Grant/Nightingale world continue to be consistently good. It was fun to see Abigail in action in this installment. ...

    Sated my appetite for Peter Grant while I wait impatiently for Lies Sleeping. ...

    Graphic novel edition of a Peter Grant short story is a good little taster but I prefer the full novels. Art work is good though ...

    <333 Abigail and Guleed, yasssss queens That's basically it. Oh, and hooray Nightingale baddassery. ...

    The more I read these Peter Grant comics, the more I like them. This one involved Abigail playing innocent while wearing a T-shirt that said ?Monday: The Struggle Is Real,? so I?d say that?s an automatic four-star situation. ...

    Wow, that was surprisingly disappointing. The plot was both convoluted and cliche. Non of the characters got to be very active in their own story, or at least not in a way that ultimately mattered bc of deus ex nightingale. Also the tone just felt really off - assuming I cared about th...

    This latest Rivers of London graphic novel may well be my favourite yet. When the daughter of a Russian oligarch goes missing Grant and Nightingale are called in. Then it turns out that Abigail has gone missing too. With some help from some foxes the Folly realises demi-monde inhab...

    This fifth graphic novel of Peter Grant's adventures concerns some posh scum who re-enact the film A Very Dangerous Game for fun (i.e. hunting, but with the prey being humans, not foxes), except they choose Peter's cousin Abigail as their next victim, which goes about as well as you'd ...

    The graphic novels continue to be nowhere near as good as the regular novels, but they throw in some added interest, and keeps me in touch with the universe while I wait for Lies Sleeping to come out. With this one, I like that Abigail gets a bit more page time, but most of the rest...

    Another quick story that takes place in between the novels. (In this case, post The Hanging Tree and pre whatever's next.) The action takes place some time after "Night Witch" in the Detective Stories graphic novel. Happy to see that Abigail and Guleed have larger roles in this sto...

    This next entry into the Rivers of London comic series seemed a little short - but I think that's because it was only 4 issues instead of the longer 6-issue stories from the first few volumes. The story itself is a good an interesting one, although Peter himself is hardly in it, so it'...

    The man working in the local bookshop recommended this series, though did recommend starting with the books rather than the graphic novels. I don't know what I missed out on but do feel that there were some things I missed by not having read anything before this. Having said that it ca...

    Rivers of London; Cry Fox is the latest of the graphic novels in Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London series. Like the others, it's basically a short piece of casefic which sits outside the main arc plot of the novels; it was an enjoyable if very quick read and I particularly liked getti...

    A Russian mobster's daughter was kidnapped. Again. Only this time for real. And in part it was all a trap for to capture a police officer for a "Dangerous Game." Think Deliverance only with fox hounds and English horses. Part of the criminals got nabbed, but the real nasty worker got a...

    Every addition to The Rivers of London is welcome. I wish this installment could have had more of Peter Grant and his wry wit, though. I would add one thing to "The Fox of Folklore, Myth, & Culture", if I may: the name of Zorro, the clever man of mystery who always escapes, means "...

    Mmmmm, good story. Hopefully this doesn't break Abigail and Dan Russell's friendship permanently. ...

    Review to come ...

    Fun & a good if predictable read. ...

    Loved it. You should read it if you're a fan of Abigail. ...

    I read this as individual issues. The Rivers of London series - whether the prose series or the graphic novel series - continues to be a real delight to read. ...

    Not as good as the previous one. Still solid Rivers of London stuff. Loved the foxes! ...

  • Margaret
    Jun 03, 2018

    This is the next in the graphic novel instalments of the Rivers of London series (Peter Grant). The book does follow the series and in fact at the end of the book (where there are usually a number of extras including one shot strips and other details) there is a chronological history w...

    The RoL crew re-enact 'The Most Dangerous Game' with some talking foxes thrown in to hammer home the allegory. Entertaining enough until the next novel arrives. ...

    Its good seeing Peter and co in another novel although very limited time with Peter in this one. Others appear as the main character. The story itself is pretty cliched and simple, nothing really original. Its been told a million times with different authors. Just waiting for November ...

    The latest graphic novel in Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London series. Characters from earlier graphic novel "Night Witch" appear, along with Abigail and that slimely little refugee from the hunt, Reynard Fossman. I can't give an synopsis without given the plot away. It's a fairl...

  • Rana
    Jun 15, 2018

    This is the next in the graphic novel instalments of the Rivers of London series (Peter Grant). The book does follow the series and in fact at the end of the book (where there are usually a number of extras including one shot strips and other details) there is a chronological history w...

    The RoL crew re-enact 'The Most Dangerous Game' with some talking foxes thrown in to hammer home the allegory. Entertaining enough until the next novel arrives. ...

    Its good seeing Peter and co in another novel although very limited time with Peter in this one. Others appear as the main character. The story itself is pretty cliched and simple, nothing really original. Its been told a million times with different authors. Just waiting for November ...

    The latest graphic novel in Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London series. Characters from earlier graphic novel "Night Witch" appear, along with Abigail and that slimely little refugee from the hunt, Reynard Fossman. I can't give an synopsis without given the plot away. It's a fairl...

    More, please. I cry excellent story! ...

  • Trish Graboske
    Jun 08, 2018

    This is the next in the graphic novel instalments of the Rivers of London series (Peter Grant). The book does follow the series and in fact at the end of the book (where there are usually a number of extras including one shot strips and other details) there is a chronological history w...

    The RoL crew re-enact 'The Most Dangerous Game' with some talking foxes thrown in to hammer home the allegory. Entertaining enough until the next novel arrives. ...

    Its good seeing Peter and co in another novel although very limited time with Peter in this one. Others appear as the main character. The story itself is pretty cliched and simple, nothing really original. Its been told a million times with different authors. Just waiting for November ...

    The latest graphic novel in Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London series. Characters from earlier graphic novel "Night Witch" appear, along with Abigail and that slimely little refugee from the hunt, Reynard Fossman. I can't give an synopsis without given the plot away. It's a fairl...

    More, please. I cry excellent story! ...

    Hm. Also ich bin etwas enttäuscht. Bis jetzt haben mir die Comics gefallen aber an diesem hier hab ich ein bisschen was auszusetzen. Und dabei würde ich es gerne mögen wollen, da es um Füchse geht. Das beste an dem Band ist definitiv Abigail. Ich mag ihr Character Design und find...

    These graphic novel additions to the Grant/Nightingale world continue to be consistently good. It was fun to see Abigail in action in this installment. ...

    Sated my appetite for Peter Grant while I wait impatiently for Lies Sleeping. ...

    Graphic novel edition of a Peter Grant short story is a good little taster but I prefer the full novels. Art work is good though ...

    <333 Abigail and Guleed, yasssss queens That's basically it. Oh, and hooray Nightingale baddassery. ...

    The more I read these Peter Grant comics, the more I like them. This one involved Abigail playing innocent while wearing a T-shirt that said ?Monday: The Struggle Is Real,? so I?d say that?s an automatic four-star situation. ...

    Wow, that was surprisingly disappointing. The plot was both convoluted and cliche. Non of the characters got to be very active in their own story, or at least not in a way that ultimately mattered bc of deus ex nightingale. Also the tone just felt really off - assuming I cared about th...

    This latest Rivers of London graphic novel may well be my favourite yet. When the daughter of a Russian oligarch goes missing Grant and Nightingale are called in. Then it turns out that Abigail has gone missing too. With some help from some foxes the Folly realises demi-monde inhab...

    This fifth graphic novel of Peter Grant's adventures concerns some posh scum who re-enact the film A Very Dangerous Game for fun (i.e. hunting, but with the prey being humans, not foxes), except they choose Peter's cousin Abigail as their next victim, which goes about as well as you'd ...

    The graphic novels continue to be nowhere near as good as the regular novels, but they throw in some added interest, and keeps me in touch with the universe while I wait for Lies Sleeping to come out. With this one, I like that Abigail gets a bit more page time, but most of the rest...

    Another quick story that takes place in between the novels. (In this case, post The Hanging Tree and pre whatever's next.) The action takes place some time after "Night Witch" in the Detective Stories graphic novel. Happy to see that Abigail and Guleed have larger roles in this sto...

    This next entry into the Rivers of London comic series seemed a little short - but I think that's because it was only 4 issues instead of the longer 6-issue stories from the first few volumes. The story itself is a good an interesting one, although Peter himself is hardly in it, so it'...

    The man working in the local bookshop recommended this series, though did recommend starting with the books rather than the graphic novels. I don't know what I missed out on but do feel that there were some things I missed by not having read anything before this. Having said that it ca...

    Rivers of London; Cry Fox is the latest of the graphic novels in Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London series. Like the others, it's basically a short piece of casefic which sits outside the main arc plot of the novels; it was an enjoyable if very quick read and I particularly liked getti...

    A Russian mobster's daughter was kidnapped. Again. Only this time for real. And in part it was all a trap for to capture a police officer for a "Dangerous Game." Think Deliverance only with fox hounds and English horses. Part of the criminals got nabbed, but the real nasty worker got a...

    Every addition to The Rivers of London is welcome. I wish this installment could have had more of Peter Grant and his wry wit, though. I would add one thing to "The Fox of Folklore, Myth, & Culture", if I may: the name of Zorro, the clever man of mystery who always escapes, means "...

  • Sarah
    Jul 29, 2018

    This is the next in the graphic novel instalments of the Rivers of London series (Peter Grant). The book does follow the series and in fact at the end of the book (where there are usually a number of extras including one shot strips and other details) there is a chronological history w...

    The RoL crew re-enact 'The Most Dangerous Game' with some talking foxes thrown in to hammer home the allegory. Entertaining enough until the next novel arrives. ...

    Its good seeing Peter and co in another novel although very limited time with Peter in this one. Others appear as the main character. The story itself is pretty cliched and simple, nothing really original. Its been told a million times with different authors. Just waiting for November ...

    The latest graphic novel in Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London series. Characters from earlier graphic novel "Night Witch" appear, along with Abigail and that slimely little refugee from the hunt, Reynard Fossman. I can't give an synopsis without given the plot away. It's a fairl...

    More, please. I cry excellent story! ...

    Hm. Also ich bin etwas enttäuscht. Bis jetzt haben mir die Comics gefallen aber an diesem hier hab ich ein bisschen was auszusetzen. Und dabei würde ich es gerne mögen wollen, da es um Füchse geht. Das beste an dem Band ist definitiv Abigail. Ich mag ihr Character Design und find...

    These graphic novel additions to the Grant/Nightingale world continue to be consistently good. It was fun to see Abigail in action in this installment. ...

    Sated my appetite for Peter Grant while I wait impatiently for Lies Sleeping. ...

    Graphic novel edition of a Peter Grant short story is a good little taster but I prefer the full novels. Art work is good though ...

    <333 Abigail and Guleed, yasssss queens That's basically it. Oh, and hooray Nightingale baddassery. ...

    The more I read these Peter Grant comics, the more I like them. This one involved Abigail playing innocent while wearing a T-shirt that said ?Monday: The Struggle Is Real,? so I?d say that?s an automatic four-star situation. ...

    Wow, that was surprisingly disappointing. The plot was both convoluted and cliche. Non of the characters got to be very active in their own story, or at least not in a way that ultimately mattered bc of deus ex nightingale. Also the tone just felt really off - assuming I cared about th...

  • Tracey
    Sep 07, 2018

    This is the next in the graphic novel instalments of the Rivers of London series (Peter Grant). The book does follow the series and in fact at the end of the book (where there are usually a number of extras including one shot strips and other details) there is a chronological history w...

    The RoL crew re-enact 'The Most Dangerous Game' with some talking foxes thrown in to hammer home the allegory. Entertaining enough until the next novel arrives. ...

    Its good seeing Peter and co in another novel although very limited time with Peter in this one. Others appear as the main character. The story itself is pretty cliched and simple, nothing really original. Its been told a million times with different authors. Just waiting for November ...

    The latest graphic novel in Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London series. Characters from earlier graphic novel "Night Witch" appear, along with Abigail and that slimely little refugee from the hunt, Reynard Fossman. I can't give an synopsis without given the plot away. It's a fairl...

    More, please. I cry excellent story! ...

    Hm. Also ich bin etwas enttäuscht. Bis jetzt haben mir die Comics gefallen aber an diesem hier hab ich ein bisschen was auszusetzen. Und dabei würde ich es gerne mögen wollen, da es um Füchse geht. Das beste an dem Band ist definitiv Abigail. Ich mag ihr Character Design und find...

    These graphic novel additions to the Grant/Nightingale world continue to be consistently good. It was fun to see Abigail in action in this installment. ...

    Sated my appetite for Peter Grant while I wait impatiently for Lies Sleeping. ...

    Graphic novel edition of a Peter Grant short story is a good little taster but I prefer the full novels. Art work is good though ...

    <333 Abigail and Guleed, yasssss queens That's basically it. Oh, and hooray Nightingale baddassery. ...

    The more I read these Peter Grant comics, the more I like them. This one involved Abigail playing innocent while wearing a T-shirt that said ?Monday: The Struggle Is Real,? so I?d say that?s an automatic four-star situation. ...

    Wow, that was surprisingly disappointing. The plot was both convoluted and cliche. Non of the characters got to be very active in their own story, or at least not in a way that ultimately mattered bc of deus ex nightingale. Also the tone just felt really off - assuming I cared about th...

    This latest Rivers of London graphic novel may well be my favourite yet. When the daughter of a Russian oligarch goes missing Grant and Nightingale are called in. Then it turns out that Abigail has gone missing too. With some help from some foxes the Folly realises demi-monde inhab...

    This fifth graphic novel of Peter Grant's adventures concerns some posh scum who re-enact the film A Very Dangerous Game for fun (i.e. hunting, but with the prey being humans, not foxes), except they choose Peter's cousin Abigail as their next victim, which goes about as well as you'd ...

    The graphic novels continue to be nowhere near as good as the regular novels, but they throw in some added interest, and keeps me in touch with the universe while I wait for Lies Sleeping to come out. With this one, I like that Abigail gets a bit more page time, but most of the rest...

    Another quick story that takes place in between the novels. (In this case, post The Hanging Tree and pre whatever's next.) The action takes place some time after "Night Witch" in the Detective Stories graphic novel. Happy to see that Abigail and Guleed have larger roles in this sto...

    This next entry into the Rivers of London comic series seemed a little short - but I think that's because it was only 4 issues instead of the longer 6-issue stories from the first few volumes. The story itself is a good an interesting one, although Peter himself is hardly in it, so it'...

    The man working in the local bookshop recommended this series, though did recommend starting with the books rather than the graphic novels. I don't know what I missed out on but do feel that there were some things I missed by not having read anything before this. Having said that it ca...

  • Sasha
    Aug 01, 2018

    This is the next in the graphic novel instalments of the Rivers of London series (Peter Grant). The book does follow the series and in fact at the end of the book (where there are usually a number of extras including one shot strips and other details) there is a chronological history w...

    The RoL crew re-enact 'The Most Dangerous Game' with some talking foxes thrown in to hammer home the allegory. Entertaining enough until the next novel arrives. ...

    Its good seeing Peter and co in another novel although very limited time with Peter in this one. Others appear as the main character. The story itself is pretty cliched and simple, nothing really original. Its been told a million times with different authors. Just waiting for November ...

    The latest graphic novel in Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London series. Characters from earlier graphic novel "Night Witch" appear, along with Abigail and that slimely little refugee from the hunt, Reynard Fossman. I can't give an synopsis without given the plot away. It's a fairl...

    More, please. I cry excellent story! ...

    Hm. Also ich bin etwas enttäuscht. Bis jetzt haben mir die Comics gefallen aber an diesem hier hab ich ein bisschen was auszusetzen. Und dabei würde ich es gerne mögen wollen, da es um Füchse geht. Das beste an dem Band ist definitiv Abigail. Ich mag ihr Character Design und find...

    These graphic novel additions to the Grant/Nightingale world continue to be consistently good. It was fun to see Abigail in action in this installment. ...

    Sated my appetite for Peter Grant while I wait impatiently for Lies Sleeping. ...

    Graphic novel edition of a Peter Grant short story is a good little taster but I prefer the full novels. Art work is good though ...

  • Sarah Webber
    Jun 10, 2018

    This is the next in the graphic novel instalments of the Rivers of London series (Peter Grant). The book does follow the series and in fact at the end of the book (where there are usually a number of extras including one shot strips and other details) there is a chronological history w...

    The RoL crew re-enact 'The Most Dangerous Game' with some talking foxes thrown in to hammer home the allegory. Entertaining enough until the next novel arrives. ...

    Its good seeing Peter and co in another novel although very limited time with Peter in this one. Others appear as the main character. The story itself is pretty cliched and simple, nothing really original. Its been told a million times with different authors. Just waiting for November ...

    The latest graphic novel in Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London series. Characters from earlier graphic novel "Night Witch" appear, along with Abigail and that slimely little refugee from the hunt, Reynard Fossman. I can't give an synopsis without given the plot away. It's a fairl...

    More, please. I cry excellent story! ...

    Hm. Also ich bin etwas enttäuscht. Bis jetzt haben mir die Comics gefallen aber an diesem hier hab ich ein bisschen was auszusetzen. Und dabei würde ich es gerne mögen wollen, da es um Füchse geht. Das beste an dem Band ist definitiv Abigail. Ich mag ihr Character Design und find...

    These graphic novel additions to the Grant/Nightingale world continue to be consistently good. It was fun to see Abigail in action in this installment. ...

    Sated my appetite for Peter Grant while I wait impatiently for Lies Sleeping. ...

    Graphic novel edition of a Peter Grant short story is a good little taster but I prefer the full novels. Art work is good though ...

    <333 Abigail and Guleed, yasssss queens That's basically it. Oh, and hooray Nightingale baddassery. ...

    The more I read these Peter Grant comics, the more I like them. This one involved Abigail playing innocent while wearing a T-shirt that said ?Monday: The Struggle Is Real,? so I?d say that?s an automatic four-star situation. ...

    Wow, that was surprisingly disappointing. The plot was both convoluted and cliche. Non of the characters got to be very active in their own story, or at least not in a way that ultimately mattered bc of deus ex nightingale. Also the tone just felt really off - assuming I cared about th...

    This latest Rivers of London graphic novel may well be my favourite yet. When the daughter of a Russian oligarch goes missing Grant and Nightingale are called in. Then it turns out that Abigail has gone missing too. With some help from some foxes the Folly realises demi-monde inhab...

    This fifth graphic novel of Peter Grant's adventures concerns some posh scum who re-enact the film A Very Dangerous Game for fun (i.e. hunting, but with the prey being humans, not foxes), except they choose Peter's cousin Abigail as their next victim, which goes about as well as you'd ...

    The graphic novels continue to be nowhere near as good as the regular novels, but they throw in some added interest, and keeps me in touch with the universe while I wait for Lies Sleeping to come out. With this one, I like that Abigail gets a bit more page time, but most of the rest...

    Another quick story that takes place in between the novels. (In this case, post The Hanging Tree and pre whatever's next.) The action takes place some time after "Night Witch" in the Detective Stories graphic novel. Happy to see that Abigail and Guleed have larger roles in this sto...

    This next entry into the Rivers of London comic series seemed a little short - but I think that's because it was only 4 issues instead of the longer 6-issue stories from the first few volumes. The story itself is a good an interesting one, although Peter himself is hardly in it, so it'...

    The man working in the local bookshop recommended this series, though did recommend starting with the books rather than the graphic novels. I don't know what I missed out on but do feel that there were some things I missed by not having read anything before this. Having said that it ca...

    Rivers of London; Cry Fox is the latest of the graphic novels in Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London series. Like the others, it's basically a short piece of casefic which sits outside the main arc plot of the novels; it was an enjoyable if very quick read and I particularly liked getti...

    A Russian mobster's daughter was kidnapped. Again. Only this time for real. And in part it was all a trap for to capture a police officer for a "Dangerous Game." Think Deliverance only with fox hounds and English horses. Part of the criminals got nabbed, but the real nasty worker got a...

    Every addition to The Rivers of London is welcome. I wish this installment could have had more of Peter Grant and his wry wit, though. I would add one thing to "The Fox of Folklore, Myth, & Culture", if I may: the name of Zorro, the clever man of mystery who always escapes, means "...

    Mmmmm, good story. Hopefully this doesn't break Abigail and Dan Russell's friendship permanently. ...

    Review to come ...

    Fun & a good if predictable read. ...

    Loved it. You should read it if you're a fan of Abigail. ...

    I read this as individual issues. The Rivers of London series - whether the prose series or the graphic novel series - continues to be a real delight to read. ...

    Not as good as the previous one. Still solid Rivers of London stuff. Loved the foxes! ...

    I liked it but it didn't allow Abigail to do anything interesting. Ah, well. Still, very pretty. ...

  • Roy
    May 06, 2018

    This is the next in the graphic novel instalments of the Rivers of London series (Peter Grant). The book does follow the series and in fact at the end of the book (where there are usually a number of extras including one shot strips and other details) there is a chronological history w...

    The RoL crew re-enact 'The Most Dangerous Game' with some talking foxes thrown in to hammer home the allegory. Entertaining enough until the next novel arrives. ...

    Its good seeing Peter and co in another novel although very limited time with Peter in this one. Others appear as the main character. The story itself is pretty cliched and simple, nothing really original. Its been told a million times with different authors. Just waiting for November ...

  • Paul E. Morph
    Feb 21, 2018

    This is the next in the graphic novel instalments of the Rivers of London series (Peter Grant). The book does follow the series and in fact at the end of the book (where there are usually a number of extras including one shot strips and other details) there is a chronological history w...

    The RoL crew re-enact 'The Most Dangerous Game' with some talking foxes thrown in to hammer home the allegory. Entertaining enough until the next novel arrives. ...

  • Sadie Slater
    Jun 23, 2018

    This is the next in the graphic novel instalments of the Rivers of London series (Peter Grant). The book does follow the series and in fact at the end of the book (where there are usually a number of extras including one shot strips and other details) there is a chronological history w...

    The RoL crew re-enact 'The Most Dangerous Game' with some talking foxes thrown in to hammer home the allegory. Entertaining enough until the next novel arrives. ...

    Its good seeing Peter and co in another novel although very limited time with Peter in this one. Others appear as the main character. The story itself is pretty cliched and simple, nothing really original. Its been told a million times with different authors. Just waiting for November ...

    The latest graphic novel in Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London series. Characters from earlier graphic novel "Night Witch" appear, along with Abigail and that slimely little refugee from the hunt, Reynard Fossman. I can't give an synopsis without given the plot away. It's a fairl...

    More, please. I cry excellent story! ...

    Hm. Also ich bin etwas enttäuscht. Bis jetzt haben mir die Comics gefallen aber an diesem hier hab ich ein bisschen was auszusetzen. Und dabei würde ich es gerne mögen wollen, da es um Füchse geht. Das beste an dem Band ist definitiv Abigail. Ich mag ihr Character Design und find...

    These graphic novel additions to the Grant/Nightingale world continue to be consistently good. It was fun to see Abigail in action in this installment. ...

    Sated my appetite for Peter Grant while I wait impatiently for Lies Sleeping. ...

    Graphic novel edition of a Peter Grant short story is a good little taster but I prefer the full novels. Art work is good though ...

    <333 Abigail and Guleed, yasssss queens That's basically it. Oh, and hooray Nightingale baddassery. ...

    The more I read these Peter Grant comics, the more I like them. This one involved Abigail playing innocent while wearing a T-shirt that said ?Monday: The Struggle Is Real,? so I?d say that?s an automatic four-star situation. ...

    Wow, that was surprisingly disappointing. The plot was both convoluted and cliche. Non of the characters got to be very active in their own story, or at least not in a way that ultimately mattered bc of deus ex nightingale. Also the tone just felt really off - assuming I cared about th...

    This latest Rivers of London graphic novel may well be my favourite yet. When the daughter of a Russian oligarch goes missing Grant and Nightingale are called in. Then it turns out that Abigail has gone missing too. With some help from some foxes the Folly realises demi-monde inhab...

    This fifth graphic novel of Peter Grant's adventures concerns some posh scum who re-enact the film A Very Dangerous Game for fun (i.e. hunting, but with the prey being humans, not foxes), except they choose Peter's cousin Abigail as their next victim, which goes about as well as you'd ...

    The graphic novels continue to be nowhere near as good as the regular novels, but they throw in some added interest, and keeps me in touch with the universe while I wait for Lies Sleeping to come out. With this one, I like that Abigail gets a bit more page time, but most of the rest...

    Another quick story that takes place in between the novels. (In this case, post The Hanging Tree and pre whatever's next.) The action takes place some time after "Night Witch" in the Detective Stories graphic novel. Happy to see that Abigail and Guleed have larger roles in this sto...

    This next entry into the Rivers of London comic series seemed a little short - but I think that's because it was only 4 issues instead of the longer 6-issue stories from the first few volumes. The story itself is a good an interesting one, although Peter himself is hardly in it, so it'...

    The man working in the local bookshop recommended this series, though did recommend starting with the books rather than the graphic novels. I don't know what I missed out on but do feel that there were some things I missed by not having read anything before this. Having said that it ca...

    Rivers of London; Cry Fox is the latest of the graphic novels in Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London series. Like the others, it's basically a short piece of casefic which sits outside the main arc plot of the novels; it was an enjoyable if very quick read and I particularly liked getti...

  • Aimee
    Jan 23, 2018

    This is the next in the graphic novel instalments of the Rivers of London series (Peter Grant). The book does follow the series and in fact at the end of the book (where there are usually a number of extras including one shot strips and other details) there is a chronological history w...

    The RoL crew re-enact 'The Most Dangerous Game' with some talking foxes thrown in to hammer home the allegory. Entertaining enough until the next novel arrives. ...

    Its good seeing Peter and co in another novel although very limited time with Peter in this one. Others appear as the main character. The story itself is pretty cliched and simple, nothing really original. Its been told a million times with different authors. Just waiting for November ...

    The latest graphic novel in Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London series. Characters from earlier graphic novel "Night Witch" appear, along with Abigail and that slimely little refugee from the hunt, Reynard Fossman. I can't give an synopsis without given the plot away. It's a fairl...

    More, please. I cry excellent story! ...

    Hm. Also ich bin etwas enttäuscht. Bis jetzt haben mir die Comics gefallen aber an diesem hier hab ich ein bisschen was auszusetzen. Und dabei würde ich es gerne mögen wollen, da es um Füchse geht. Das beste an dem Band ist definitiv Abigail. Ich mag ihr Character Design und find...

    These graphic novel additions to the Grant/Nightingale world continue to be consistently good. It was fun to see Abigail in action in this installment. ...

    Sated my appetite for Peter Grant while I wait impatiently for Lies Sleeping. ...