3 thoughts on “Ben Aaronovitch’s The Furthest Station

  1. All the reviews I’ve read of this have made the same comments; somehow it just doesn’t feel as if the commitment is there. I have got used to seeing a new Grant book announced only to have its publication date put back again and again, but at least up until now a full blown novel has always eventually emerged. I’m interested that neither of the libraries I regularly use have ordered this one in. I hope you’re wrong when you wonder if the graphic version is going to supersede the novel form. I haven’t picked them up because I have my own very definite pictures of the characters in my mind and I don’t want those replaced in any way.

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  2. My son introduced me to the earlier books which I loved, but haven’t caught up with the last one yet, so I’m grateful for the reminder, Kate.

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