Rivers of London Volume 5: Cry Fox (Peter Grant/Rivers of London graphic novels #20-23)

Rivers of London Volume 5: Cry Fox (Peter Grant/Rivers of London graphic novels #20-23)

CSI meets Harry Potter in this fantastic new graphic novel from Ben Aaronovitch, writer of the bestselling Rivers of London supernatural police procedural crime novel series! Vengeful Russian mobsters are looking to hire members of London's own more-then-natural underworld to bring bloody retribution down on the witch Varvara. However, the ex-Soviet sorcerer is under the pr CSI meets Harry Potter in this fantastic new graphic novel from Ben Aaronovitch, writer of the bestselling Rivers of ...

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Title:Rivers of London Volume 5: Cry Fox (Peter Grant/Rivers of London graphic novels #20-23)
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 (Peter Grant/Rivers of London graphic novels #20-23) Reviews

  • Steven
    Jun 15, 2018

    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! ...

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

    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...

    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 "...

    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. ...

    An interesting story. Features the side characters of the RoL series rather than Peter and Nightingale, but that's really what I want from these graphic novels. Good fun, but it didn't really grow my understanding of the world in any way. ...

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

    Fun & a good if predictable read. ...

  • Jennybeast
    Jun 12, 2018

    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! ...

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

    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...

    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 "...

    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. ...

    An interesting story. Features the side characters of the RoL series rather than Peter and Nightingale, but that's really what I want from these graphic novels. Good fun, but it didn't really grow my understanding of the world in any way. ...

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

  • Jen
    Jun 18, 2018

    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! ...

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

    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...

    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 "...

    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. ...

    An interesting story. Features the side characters of the RoL series rather than Peter and Nightingale, but that's really what I want from these graphic novels. Good fun, but it didn't really grow my understanding of the world in any way. ...

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

    Fun & a good if predictable read. ...

    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. ...

    Not my favorite of this series to date, but it's always an enjoyable read. ...

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  • Brian
    May 30, 2018

    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! ...

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

    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...

    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 "...

    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. ...

    An interesting story. Features the side characters of the RoL series rather than Peter and Nightingale, but that's really what I want from these graphic novels. Good fun, but it didn't really grow my understanding of the world in any way. ...

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

    Fun & a good if predictable read. ...

    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. ...

    Not my favorite of this series to date, but it's always an enjoyable read. ...

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  • Daemon
    Mar 10, 2018

    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! ...

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

    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...

    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 "...

    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. ...

    An interesting story. Features the side characters of the RoL series rather than Peter and Nightingale, but that's really what I want from these graphic novels. Good fun, but it didn't really grow my understanding of the world in any way. ...

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

    Fun & a good if predictable read. ...

    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. ...

    Not my favorite of this series to date, but it's always an enjoyable read. ...

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  • Ken French
    Jun 07, 2018

    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! ...

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

    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...

    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 "...

    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. ...

    An interesting story. Features the side characters of the RoL series rather than Peter and Nightingale, but that's really what I want from these graphic novels. Good fun, but it didn't really grow my understanding of the world in any way. ...

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

    Fun & a good if predictable read. ...

    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. ...

    Not my favorite of this series to date, but it's always an enjoyable read. ...

  • Kiwi Carlisle
    Jun 07, 2018

    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! ...

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

    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...

    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 "...

    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. ...

    An interesting story. Features the side characters of the RoL series rather than Peter and Nightingale, but that's really what I want from these graphic novels. Good fun, but it didn't really grow my understanding of the world in any way. ...

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

    Fun & a good if predictable read. ...

    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. ...

    Not my favorite of this series to date, but it's always an enjoyable read. ...

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  • Suzi
    Jun 10, 2018

    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! ...

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

    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...

    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 "...

    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. ...

    An interesting story. Features the side characters of the RoL series rather than Peter and Nightingale, but that's really what I want from these graphic novels. Good fun, but it didn't really grow my understanding of the world in any way. ...

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

    Fun & a good if predictable read. ...

    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. ...

    Not my favorite of this series to date, but it's always an enjoyable read. ...

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  • Eric
    Apr 24, 2018

    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! ...

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

    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...

    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 "...

    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. ...

    An interesting story. Features the side characters of the RoL series rather than Peter and Nightingale, but that's really what I want from these graphic novels. Good fun, but it didn't really grow my understanding of the world in any way. ...

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

    Fun & a good if predictable read. ...

    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. ...

  • Hobart
    Jun 09, 2018

    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! ...

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

    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...

    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 "...

    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. ...

    An interesting story. Features the side characters of the RoL series rather than Peter and Nightingale, but that's really what I want from these graphic novels. Good fun, but it didn't really grow my understanding of the world in any way. ...

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

    Fun & a good if predictable read. ...

    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. ...

    Not my favorite of this series to date, but it's always an enjoyable read. ...

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  • Jen
    Jun 06, 2018

    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! ...

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

    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

    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! ...

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

    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...

    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 "...

    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. ...

  • Johanna
    Jun 21, 2018

    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! ...

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

    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...

    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 "...

    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. ...

    An interesting story. Features the side characters of the RoL series rather than Peter and Nightingale, but that's really what I want from these graphic novels. Good fun, but it didn't really grow my understanding of the world in any way. ...

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

    Fun & a good if predictable read. ...

    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. ...

    Not my favorite of this series to date, but it's always an enjoyable read. ...

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  • Bookshire Cat
    Jun 17, 2018

    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! ...

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

    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...

    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 "...

    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. ...

    An interesting story. Features the side characters of the RoL series rather than Peter and Nightingale, but that's really what I want from these graphic novels. Good fun, but it didn't really grow my understanding of the world in any way. ...

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

    Fun & a good if predictable read. ...

    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. ...

    Not my favorite of this series to date, but it's always an enjoyable read. ...

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  • Ben Barlow
    Jun 14, 2018

    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! ...

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

    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...

    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 "...

    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. ...

    An interesting story. Features the side characters of the RoL series rather than Peter and Nightingale, but that's really what I want from these graphic novels. Good fun, but it didn't really grow my understanding of the world in any way. ...

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

    Fun & a good if predictable read. ...

    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. ...

    Not my favorite of this series to date, but it's always an enjoyable read. ...

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  • Susanna
    Jun 20, 2018

    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! ...

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

    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...

    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 "...

    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. ...

    An interesting story. Features the side characters of the RoL series rather than Peter and Nightingale, but that's really what I want from these graphic novels. Good fun, but it didn't really grow my understanding of the world in any way. ...

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

    Fun & a good if predictable read. ...

    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

    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

    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

    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! ...

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

    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...

    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 "...

  • Lope Nieves
    Feb 22, 2018

    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! ...

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

    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...

    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 "...

    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. ...

    An interesting story. Features the side characters of the RoL series rather than Peter and Nightingale, but that's really what I want from these graphic novels. Good fun, but it didn't really grow my understanding of the world in any way. ...

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

    Fun & a good if predictable read. ...

    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. ...

    Not my favorite of this series to date, but it's always an enjoyable read. ...

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  • Lilith
    Apr 24, 2018

    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! ...

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

    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...

    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 "...

    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. ...

    An interesting story. Features the side characters of the RoL series rather than Peter and Nightingale, but that's really what I want from these graphic novels. Good fun, but it didn't really grow my understanding of the world in any way. ...

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

    Fun & a good if predictable read. ...

    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. ...

    Not my favorite of this series to date, but it's always an enjoyable read. ...

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  • Sarah Webber
    Jun 10, 2018

    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! ...

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

    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...

    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 "...

    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. ...

    An interesting story. Features the side characters of the RoL series rather than Peter and Nightingale, but that's really what I want from these graphic novels. Good fun, but it didn't really grow my understanding of the world in any way. ...

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

    Fun & a good if predictable read. ...

    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. ...

  • Jonathan Perry
    May 28, 2018

    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! ...

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

    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...

    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 "...

    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. ...

    An interesting story. Features the side characters of the RoL series rather than Peter and Nightingale, but that's really what I want from these graphic novels. Good fun, but it didn't really grow my understanding of the world in any way. ...

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

    Fun & a good if predictable read. ...

    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. ...

    Not my favorite of this series to date, but it's always an enjoyable read. ...

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  • Roy
    May 06, 2018

    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 ...

  • Tanwen Cooper
    Jun 17, 2018

    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! ...

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

    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...

    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 "...

    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. ...

    An interesting story. Features the side characters of the RoL series rather than Peter and Nightingale, but that's really what I want from these graphic novels. Good fun, but it didn't really grow my understanding of the world in any way. ...

  • Red Panda
    Feb 21, 2018

    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. ...

  • Aimee
    Jan 23, 2018

    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! ...

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

  • Catarina Cotic Belloube
    Jun 22, 2018

    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! ...

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

    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...

    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 "...

    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. ...

    An interesting story. Features the side characters of the RoL series rather than Peter and Nightingale, but that's really what I want from these graphic novels. Good fun, but it didn't really grow my understanding of the world in any way. ...

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

    Fun & a good if predictable read. ...

    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. ...

    Not my favorite of this series to date, but it's always an enjoyable read. ...

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  • Louise Gaspar
    Jun 06, 2018

    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! ...

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

    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...

    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 "...

    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. ...

    An interesting story. Features the side characters of the RoL series rather than Peter and Nightingale, but that's really what I want from these graphic novels. Good fun, but it didn't really grow my understanding of the world in any way. ...

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

    Fun & a good if predictable read. ...

    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. ...

    Not my favorite of this series to date, but it's always an enjoyable read. ...

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  • Mark
    Jun 22, 2018

    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! ...

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

    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...

    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 "...

    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. ...

    An interesting story. Features the side characters of the RoL series rather than Peter and Nightingale, but that's really what I want from these graphic novels. Good fun, but it didn't really grow my understanding of the world in any way. ...

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

    Fun & a good if predictable read. ...

    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. ...

    Not my favorite of this series to date, but it's always an enjoyable read. ...

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