Thursday 8 January 2009


Welcome to the Nightside, that secret square mile located in the dark heart of London where the sun never rises and people can fraternize with every myth and monster imaginable.

John Taylor is a P.I. with the special ability to locate anyone or anything. The Unnatural Inquirer, the Nightside's most notorious gossip rag, has offered him a million pounds to find a DVD purportedto contain an actual recording of the afterlife. John doesn't know if it's true, but someone-or something-thinks so, and will stop at nothing to possess the disc.

Well, I read half of this book before we got started on the last bit of the bedroom renovation, so I was absolutely itching to get back to it. And last night, after I'd gotten the majority of my to-do list out of the way, I picked it up again and sat down on the couch. Determined to finish it. Because, you know, John Taylor always rocks!

My gosh, I wasn't disappointed. What a dangerous, dark, yet totally intriguing place the Nightside is. Wow! John Taylor certainly knows how to get himself deep into trouble. In this installment, he's teamed up with a reporter called, Bettie Divine. She was a very interesting character that allowed the reader to see a softer, different side of John. Still, at the end of the day, he is who he is. And that's why we love him so much. ;)

I always love to return to John Taylor's world, it's like catching up with very odd, quirky and deadly friends. This series is so much fun!

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