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tone some very dark themes without trivialising despite some very dark themes without trivialising themes Rhodes narrative powers continue to go from strength to strength I have read all of her work of the dozen novels she s published this is my favouriteIt is by far the best new work I have read "this year have no reservations about recommending it unreservedly. ” She’s hardly knocked the dust off her boots "year have no reservations about recommending it unreservedly. ” She’s hardly knocked the dust off her boots she has a visitor suffering from a nasty case of being dead A long time dead However Iffie gets straight on the case and soon sorts it all out Ooops Eternity ust got a whole lot longer.
Another triumph in the Black Chronicles Long Time Dead has
Everything Anybody Could Ask For Magic Derring Do Time Travelanybody could ask for Magic derring do time travel love all wrapped up in Nicola Rhodes uniue blend of disparate traditional mythologies woven seamlessly wittily together with her own fictional additions creating at the end an artifact of storytelling in style which is entirely. The Second Book in the Iphigenia Black SeriesA nice little town somewhere in America A seafront funfair a deserted ancestral home a shoppe for “Things ye Neede” a Lovers’ Lane and an ancient Indian burial
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The Story From The Verystory from the very Then taken on a roller coaster ride through curiosity adventure adversity set backs reversals of fate to a most satisfying conclusion Eminently readable the pacing was well udged the characetrs sympathetic believable The wit of the prose containing an almost mordant humour at times But maintaining. Wrong Iffie thought she had found the perfect place to go to ground and lick her wounds After all nothing ever happens in a place like that – at least not in “real life” But Iffie forgot that she doesn’t exactly live a “real life. ,