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The background to the story was very interesting and there were plenty of memorable characters.
He really puts him through the wringer in each book, and if he doesn't treat him any better I don't think he can make it through many more books....
I've read the other books in the Laundry Files series and every one of them has been a page turner for me.
I'm finding this series very enjoyable, hard to put down. You just have to get used to a barrage of acronyms, buzz words, opaque and somewhat incomprehensible references.... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Christopher W. Phelps
If you've read a previous Laundry book, you'll want to read this, and if you haven't, then don't start here, start with the first Laundry book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Peter Wake
Entertaining as usual, the laundry novels are addictive, now I can't wait for the next one. In this one Bob is annoyingly dumb though, but in the end he makes up for all his... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Irio Lavagno
Another in a series of Magic is Advanced Tech, and bad things can happen. Imagine if Ugh genus of tribe died, because magic glowing rocks that give off heat, killed him with Rad... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jeremiah Mccloskey
Charles Stross has again shown his skills as a writer with this fun book that blends James Bond, HP Lovecraft, and Dilbert.Published 5 months ago by Robert S Wright
I decided to give The Laundry series another try after being gravely disappointed with The Jennifer Morgue. Read morePublished 6 months ago by CT Phipps
I admit I'm a fan of The Laundry Files books, Charles Stross just can't write them fast enough for me. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Teresa Pietersen
I'm not one for absurdist spoofs, but this one I enjoyed, probably because it was mostly straightforward and accessible storytelling, with progressively deepening forays into... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Mark Feblowitz