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Und genau das ist etwa bei London Falling Mediathek des ZDF nicht der Fall. - Mein Arbeitsalltag in LondonDas Produktionsbudget des Films belief sich Kaugummiautomaten 60 Millionen US-Dollar und war damit auch noch 10 Mio. There are no leads and no cause London Falling death. Though there were some points where the dialogue was necessary to describe certain things and propel the storyline in one direction or the other. I read it in its entirety on a cross-country flight, while a weary mother's dictatorial three-year-old loudly terrorized my entire seating section from the seat beside mine. Costain Wow The Beginning an undercover cop Dominic Deutscher considered going rogue and now is afraid that he would go to Hell, which prompts him Marliese try to Nigel Lindsay do what is right. She took me back to London in a wild way. He goes above and beyond the call of duty to solve the crime and "nick" the villain at any cost, even if it means losing his life. WRITING: Outlander Autorin writing was absolutely wonderful. Girls, Guns and G Well written and i will be reading more from this author. As if she was on the verge of choking, only she wasn't feeling the threat of that--only you were. Enlarge cover. Oct 01, Lindy Dale rated Skindred Köln liked it.
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Poorly served. This is a brilliant dark gritty urban fantasy. View all 5 comments. While investigating a mobster's mysterious death, they come into contact with a strange artifact and accidentally develop the Sight.
Suddenly they can see the true evil haunting London's streets. Armed with police instincts and procedures, the four officers take on the otherworldly creatures secretly prowling London.
Football lore and the tragic history of a Tudor queen become entwined in their pursuit of an age-old witch with a penchant for child sacrifice.
This is a book that is not like any other. He goes above and beyond the call of duty to solve the crime and "nick" the villain at any cost, even if it means losing his life.
Costain: The lead undercover cop above Sefton , with a dirty past and seedy present that he desperately tries to keep hidden, works to make up for the sins of his past and make right what he is doing wrong.
He has a quick temper, but is utterly loyal to the group, even though he loathes Sefton for reasons only known to him. Quill: The Detective in charge of the undercover cops.
He means business and is uncomfortable around things that don't make sense. Quill says to close cases very quickly because he always feels his neck on the line from top brass.
Then he changes. Ross: The enigma. She has the biggest secret among them all. An analyst for the police force, she researches databases and does searches for them looking for suspects and witnesses.
Ross is a computer wiz, not so much a police officer. She gets called into the field when the search for the villain is underway.
She proves to be the most active character of them all. The Witch: A terrible and haunting crone. She has a taste for death and power and sacrifices children in the name of power.
The witch has no qualms about hurting others who are in her way. She wields enormous magical powers which are used against the group time and again.
WRITING: The writing was absolutely wonderful. The tale was strung together with perfect adjectives and words that played together in a way that created visuals that wouldn't leave the mind at rest.
The descriptions are plenty, however not so much that it takes from the actual story itself. The views of London and the characters were full of flavor and color, and terrifying ghostly images when confronted by those who had the ability to see them.
PLOT: The book starts off as a police procedural with undercover cops investigating a crime boss and his soldiers acquiring and distributing drugs and weapons.
The detective, Quill, Is anxious to close the case and makes specific threats to Costain to make sure that he gets the information that will settle the case and render a certain arrest possible.
Events happen, which are strange and frightening also confusing and the plot begins to move into a supernatural way. The investigation into the world of the witch and the power in which she feeds is then started.
They follow many leads, often coming up with nothing. There are red herrings and it becomes evident that this is not going to be a predictable story.
The subplots, particularly, Ross's background, is something of a surprise. This leads to the discovery of what will happen towards the end.
The Plot is thick with suspense and thrilling adventure, Though this story, in particular, is filled with some disturbing scenes, it is a very good story.
There is no predictability factor. WHAT I LIKED: I liked the development of the story and the pace in which it flowed.
There was no hesitation, no stopping, no drypoints. Though there were some points where the dialogue was necessary to describe certain things and propel the storyline in one direction or the other.
WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE: I don't like cliffhangers very much. However, some are necessary as openers for the next book in the series.
This one, however, simply dropped the story off a cliff. It wasn't so much a cliffhanger as much as a cliff drop. I had no idea what was going on.
I was a little disappointed. I, of course, borrowed the next book in order to see what would happen next. View 2 comments.
I chose this novel to read to fill the Fall into a Good Book square of my Halloween Book Bingo card. And I can see some basic similarities.
Cornell shows us a I chose this novel to read to fill the Fall into a Good Book square of my Halloween Book Bingo card.
Cornell shows us a much darker, grittier, and more threatening magical system. I also felt like the whole book was set-up, which may pay off in the second book.
Up until that point, I could have walked away without finishing the book and had no regrets. However, those last few pages have convinced me that I need to know where things go from here.
As I approach the end of several other beloved series, I am experiencing anticipatory mourning, so it is good to have another good series queued up and ready to roll.
The Shadow Police will definitely help me with the loss of my favourites. I wasn't sure what to expect going in to this one, you know, because of that whole "not reading descriptions" thing I do.
So the beginning threw me right off and I was confused as all hell for probably the first quarter of the book. But then things started to make more sense, and I found myself quite enjoying this.
I liked the characters - they were all pretty well drawn and realistic, and I felt that I was starting to get a feel of who each one o Well I liked the characters - they were all pretty well drawn and realistic, and I felt that I was starting to get a feel of who each one of them are The story is told in alternating 3rd person limited perspectives from each of the four main characters and occasionally hopping to a side character for a moment or two.
I admit that I found myself wishing that there was just a bit more narrative for each of them to really let me in to their headspace.
As it was, I could see the general shape of them, but I still don't quite understand them as much as I'd like to - particularly Costain and Sefton.
These two characters were I don't know. I liked them, yeah, but I never felt like I knew them, or what they were saying to each other. Their subtext was just lost on me.
I think that this is due to the writing style, or maybe it's a cultural thing, or maybe it was just that I didn't really understand them enough, but I just didn't really get their conflicts.
I did really like the way that these characters were just thrown into this situation, and how they were not necessarily innocent or naive in general terms, because they've all seen their share of some shit That's fine, usually That problem-solving process just felt like something was missing.
It's there in broad strokes, and it was enough to get the job done, but I want to follow along and understand WHY such and such action or gesture or whatever works.
I know that THEY don't know, either, but they have a feeling, and I want to feel like I also have that feeling.
We're learning together, but I feel like I've missed half the lessons, and am always a step behind. I think this is also partly why I couldn't really get a handle on Costain and Sefton as well.
The writing told me what they were saying, but not enough of why As a plus about the writing style, I liked the way certain facts about the characters were released as just normal, no-biggie things, which became important later and felt like "OH SHIT!
I don't know what it says about me that I read the description of Quill's home life and thought nothing of it, just accepted it as normal, until the significance of what it meant dropped like a rock onto my head.
I mean, I read a lot into the description of Quill and Sarah's home, and felt that I understood the subtext there, so When it became an issue, I was shocked, because it was there, but NOT there, and I felt it like a gut punch right along with Quill.
So there were definitely some aspects of the writing that worked beautifully for me, while other areas fell a bit short, is what I'm saying.
Still, overall, it was a really enjoyable story. Dark and grim, but it did throw me for a loop with the whole soccer aspect. I get the motivation there, but still, at first, I admit that I thought it was rather silly.
I probably will carry on with this series, if only to find out what the main plan is, and why these four were drafted into this project, and just because it's enjoyable and different.
I love how the city itself is described, and how it's such a huge part of the magic and menace. London has such history and weight and it's fascinating to see it play such an important role in this story.
It's not just a setting, it's as alive as any of the characters. I like that. View all 3 comments. Urban Fantasy is one of those murky sub-genres that can mean different things to different people.
If I was to tell you that this was a story set in London in which several police officers investigate a supernatural serial killer I would be describing the book, but I really wouldn't be telling you what you're going to get.
This is a serial killer who happens to be supernatural. And as suc Urban Fantasy is one of those murky sub-genres that can mean different things to different people.
And as such she acts like a serial killer. She's just plain vicious. Our motley collection of heroes are completely out of their depths too.
They don't know what they're facing. They don't know what it means. They don't know what they can do about it.
And they don't have any noticeable supernatural powers. All they've got is police procedure and some imaginative thinking. The only jokes you're going to hear in this book are the sort of dark humor that people use when they think they're going to die.
And that makes it a refreshing change of pace from many of the other entries into what is a very crowded market these days. I initially found it a little difficult to get into the book.
It's quite some time before the supernatural elements come into play and the characters don't really like each other very much at least at first.
But in this case persistence pays off and you see the story really form around you and the characters The book is a complete story in it's own right, but Cornell is setting up something bigger here.
There's another player in the background and he has a game plan of sorts. There's also the open question of just what exactly happened to the previous people who tried to police this supernatural world.
Overall I really liked this book and I'm looking forward to where the sequel will go. View 1 comment. But now we have to look at this stuff analytically Toshack is arrested and taken into custody and when he is about to confess to all of his crimes, the unthinkable happens: He dies.
It is a bloody, sudden death that puzzles the detectives and doctors working the case. There is something really weird happening here—something that might explain how Toshack was able to always be ahead of the law.
Soon enough, the team come across something that alters the way they perceive the world and they discover that London has a hidden, sinister side.
Worst of all, there is a supernatural serial killer on the loose, capable of altering memories and who is kidnapping and boiling children alive.
They have only but one choice: to go after her. Operation Toto—they are so not in Kansas anymore—is underway and they are armed only with their regular equipment and tactics.
What can possibly go wrong? A lot, as it turns out. London Falling is an engaging combination of Urban Fantasy and Horror, featuring a plot that is as close to a crime procedural as it can be.
London Falling reminded me a lot of Rivers of London to start with, but there are two essential differences: The London here is a London that is horrifying and scary rather than whimsical and quirky at least in this first entry, opportunities to explore this further will undoubtedly arise in further installments.
And the main characters in London Falling are completely powerless and have no supernatural help, having to rely on their regular police procedures to face unimaginable evil.
Heck, British cops don't even carry guns. This creates wonderful opportunity for awkward, hilarious moments where the cops have to follow normal procedure when dealing with the fantastical: You try and tell a goddesslike creature that she is under arrest and see what happens.
Perhaps one of my favorite aspects of the novel is the way the fantastical elements are explained. On the down side, I thought the writing to be a bit awkward in places, with weird breaks in the narrative and excessive head-hopping.
One could also say that the characters do fall under certain stereotypical patterns but to me, there is enough interesting character development and back story here to make those characters come to life.
Just about. I also need to comment on the fact that the central group of characters is quite diverse. Two cops are Black one of them gay ; two cops are women one of them the main chief of their entire organization and no remarks are made on their ability to do their jobs because they are women.
Bonus point: The only romance in the novel is the one between two blokes, Kevin and Joe. I am very much looking forward to it.
In Book Smugglerish, an excited 7 out of Alas, that day is not here just yet. Pts first as always - 3. Think film Think American werewolf in London for style but without the wolves As above the opening chapters take you on a maze of genres as it starts off as a hard-boiled episode of the Sweeney Pts first as always - 3.
As above the opening chapters take you on a maze of genres as it starts off as a hard-boiled episode of the Sweeney 's flying squad that is then it gets well Now for the niggle Its a small niggle but I did phase out during soem of the "thought narrative" as i'll call it.
Sorry i call it as i see it. Shelves: fantasy , pocmaincharacters , urban-fantasy , queer-characters. Like Hellblazer crossed with Peter Grant crossed with--I dunno, all sorts of strange fantasms and philosophies.
But then it transitions from a normal undercover investigation of a London mob boss and becomes something weird and horrible and haunting.
By the end I was flat out cheering at bits, and chortling out loud, and gasping. This story grabbed me by my brain and Holy.
This story grabbed me by my brain and didn't let go till I was finished with it. Clever, scary, imaginative, and all around worth a read.
View all 8 comments. A real 4 star book, cant praise this enough, really well reseached history of london which is merged in with UK modern policing methods to form a storyline in which keeps you on the edge of your seat.
This is what urban fantasy is all about, the author can hold his own with the other authors who use London like Ben Aaronovitch and Benedict Jacka with his own writing style.
It took me forever to get into this book. If it had not been a book I committed to review, I would have DNF'd it. Finally, I reached a breakthrough and I was able to finish it.
It turned out to be good, but I feel the writing needed more work to be more accessible. I love British just about anything, but I think some of the Britishness of this book didn't translate very well on paper.
A dark, twisted, and at times, incomprehensible urban fantasy novel. This is a book that contains some quite graphic horror, including children being boiled alive, and yet, I really quite liked it.
It took me a while to get into it, in which I'm apparently far from alone, as the beginning is unnecessarily confusing.
Two undercover cops - deep undercover, and we're thrown right into it, with the suspected-of-being bad one of them fitted up with a recording device by Quill, the detective in charge of the operation.
It really wasn't clear who Quill was, who the This is a book that contains some quite graphic horror, including children being boiled alive, and yet, I really quite liked it.
It really wasn't clear who Quill was, who the two undercover cops or UCs were, and who was the criminal they'd been targeting for a few years, and it definitely wasn't clear why Quill would force Costain to wear a totally outdated recorder that would likely get him killed when it audibly clicked off at the end of the tape.
Or why he was doing it now. Eventually though, all the characters get sorted out, and when the undercover op is terminated by the criminal's clearly supernaturally-caused death, the odd team of Quill, Costain, Sefton and Ross a police analyst comes together.
It's only when they're "given" the Sight not a gift one of them would have chosen and compare notes that they truly accept this different world they'd never have believed existed in a million years.
This is NOT your pretty elves or beautiful Summerland exists behind the city grit kind of urban fantasy.
Well, right, I mentioned the children-boiling already, didn't I? There are factors that cause that horror to be slightly more bearable than it would be otherwise, though, which certainly helps.
Which doesn't make it any less horrific, of course, but what we experience during the book is less horrific because of it.
And again, after the spell is broken, the only parents we see remembering their kids are those whose children have been rescued.
There may be the possibility that the ones whose kids died continue not to remember them, and that's what I decided to stick with in my own mind.
I did spend a bit of time worrying because I liked Costain the crooked UC more than anyone else, but that wasn't a problem really.
All of them became interesting in their own right, and their hard-earned partnership and trust is well done. The only one I never totally warmed to was Sefton, though I was quite happy for his relationship success.
And I was very glad when someone who'd behaved very sensibly and helpfully to Quill and his oddball team ended up joining them at in the epilogue, I think.
Past time, actually, as there was the advice they were given that they ignored. I'm looking forward to seeing more of her in the next book.
So yes, despite the poor boiled-alive children, and one of the nastiest, and seemingly most impossible to stop given only mundane police tools villains ever, I will be reading on.
Or listening on, if Audible ever gets it together for this one. There was enough humour, and enough of people trying to do the right thing, to leaven the grimness sufficiently for me.
And I do mean humour - the catholic priest, the rabbi and the imam walking into the police station - or pre-fab, for poor Quill and Co.
As is what they say to the team about sacred objects At the point I added the update it didn't seem likely, but I'm glad I managed to walk back to the book and start listening again.
I found Paul Cornell through Ben Aaronovitch — author of The Rivers of London Series. It has some basic similarities to The Rivers of London.
There is a paranormal division in the London police that c I found Paul Cornell through Ben Aaronovitch — author of The Rivers of London Series.
There is a paranormal division in the London police that civilians are unaware of. I enjoyed this book. The book grew on me the more I read.
Stick with it. Most authors, even with their unlikable characters, try to endear the reader to them.
I will say I grew to like them more as the story churned on. They have undesirable traits. And cupcakes. There are lots of yummy cupcakes in the book, too.
I can't possibly rate it higher than this, people. Also, excellent kissing takes place in this novel.
KISSING THREE REAL STARS, FIVE ROMANCE STARS View all 3 comments. Jul 05, Katie Jo rated it it was ok. I need to stop buying cheap books on my Kindle Feb 19, Willow Brook added it Shelves: life-is-too-short.
The story dragged and the dialogue drove me mad. The author trotted out so much British slang and expressions that the dialogue seemed fake, trite and cliched.
I decided crikey, life is too bloody short for this rot. Oct 28, Suzanne rated it really liked it. This was just fun to read.
The characters were believable and endearing. Read it in one sitting. Oct 27, Elizabeth matherne rated it really liked it Shelves: books , books.
I choose it because of the cute cover to be truthful. I am thankful i did. I was a really good and easy read and i loved all the character's except Simon's dad but if you read the book you would understand why.
To the author in case you read the review. Congrats on your first published book. I am hoping to read more of your work.
Jun 06, Nicole rated it liked it. If she can't see how her situation is different from her mother's then she's in need of some intensive therapy.
I don't think I have been this annoyed by a character since Bella. I found myself skimming several sections because the author was way too labored about the character's thought process.
I'm a big fan of actions speak louder than words, so I would skip to the dialog where they would finally get to the point. I rounded up because I liked the ending and despite my annoyences, I cared enough about the story to see how it ended.
Oct 27, Sydney Blake rated it really liked it. Very cute little book. Easy read. I loved the characters and the story.
American Student Aimee, stranded in London meets handsome British banker Simon in a somewhat unrealistic romance. Both are interesting characters, same as the other ones appearing in the story.
The story is ,though being unrealistic and predictable, easy to read, even funny and enjoyable in parts. Jan 03, Ally rated it liked it. So I hate romance novels.
But this one was about London. And as London is my boyfriend, as it were, I thought I would at least give it a try.
Also, I've been looking very hard to find self-published books that don't suck. Because theoretically, all this new self-publishing technology could change reading and writing for the better, but in my experience, they have not actually done that.
Remember my reading Paradox? But it was cheap, and.. London, you guys. This book is hands down one Okay. This book is hands down one of the best indie-pubbed books I've ever read.
Yes, there are still some stylistic problems, like in the first three chapters I felt like I was being clubbed over the head with Aimee's Deeply Troubled Past, considering the number of times it was alluded to that revealed absolutely nothing.
And the premise is just about wafer-thin. And yes, every leading man ever is still REALLY annoying. The bit under the spoilery section will explain this in detail.
But you know what? For all that, the characters are genuinely interesting people. More than that they're genuinely GENUINE people.
It should annoy me that Simon's father doesn't change through the entire novel, but it doesn't, because that's not what really happens.
There's this fantastic scene, I won't spoil it, but Aimee basically goes back through her life and says, "Everybody leaves me! My Mom, and my first boyfriend!
I don't think people who have seen a life like Aimee's could ever understand this book, but it's not as straightforward and fairytale as most romantic stories.
I still don't think the beginning makes a whole lot of sense. But the characters are deeply flawed and still very much in love, which I like better than the usual contrived 'drama'.
And quite frankly, no love story that begins and ends in a week is ever going to make sense to me. There was another, smaller love story in this one that was absolutely adorable, and Aimee really DID seem to be a woman with a backbone, rather than a woman who pretended she had a backbone and then fell in love with a man and shrunk.
Not perfect, but certainly worth a read, and I'd give Emma Carr at least another look. Which, for me, is saying something.
Which she gives him proper hell for, I am pleased to say, but not before privately thinking to herself how sexy he is when he goes all caveman.
Jun 30, Laurel rated it it was ok. I was looking for a quick read when I picked this up but unfortunately it took me about three weeks to power through it.
Don't get me wrong, I love chick-lit and I realize that the genre as a whole is pretty cheesy and predictable but I think that the humor and those secret realizations that even though you think the main character is a poor lost mess, you still kind of can relate to them really makes up for it.
However, I didn't really find the attempts at humor all that funny and I had a hard I was looking for a quick read when I picked this up but unfortunately it took me about three weeks to power through it.
However, I didn't really find the attempts at humor all that funny and I had a hard time believing Aimee was actually the uber successful student she claimed be with all the dumb, narrow decisions.
I felt like throughout the book she spent her time worrying about not being pretty enough and boasting about how smart and hard working she is.
I think my biggest problem was that Aimee was really portrayed as having no flaws other than a low self-esteem.
Everyone around her seemed to agree that she was a in fact, a beautiful super genius who all men find attractive.
Wouldn't that be great to be that person in real life? Yeah, but to read, it's kind of boring. Maybe the fact that it was written in third person and gave insight into the lives of Aimee, Simon AND Simon's Aunt her involvement could have been left out entirely in my opinion made it too predictable because I knew everything that was going on and it was really easy to piece together.
I do appreciate the fact that Emma asked for reviews of the book so that she can improve her writing in the future. Emma, if you're reading this then I hope you keep writing.
You're on the right track, girl! Synopsis: College student, Aimee Kennedy finds herself stranded in London with no money, place to stay or way to get home in time for the spring semester.
Not wanting to spend a freezing cold night on the London streets, Aimee applies to be a housekeeper to Simon Ruleford, a young British man who is currently busy trying to win business from the Royal family.
Refusing to hire Aimee as an illegal worker and risk scandal for both himself and his family, Simon turns Aimee away. Unbeknownst to Simon Synopsis: College student, Aimee Kennedy finds herself stranded in London with no money, place to stay or way to get home in time for the spring semester.
Unbeknownst to Simon, he inadvertently locks Aimee in his home and what ensues is a wonderfully hilarious game of mutual blackmail between the two as they each try to achieve what they want most while denying their growing attraction to one another.
Thoughts: I don't normally go in for chic-lit reads, but this one found a place in my heart. I was initially drawn to it for both it's cover of a Scottie dog begging for a stack of cupcakes, along with the story description.
Emma Carr's book was a fun and quick little read that I found myself wanting to stay up late reading to see how everything turned out for Aimee, Simon and the Scottie dog Cupcake who helped the two main characters to not only recognize their feelings for one another but who taught them the true of meaning of being able to trust someone enough to love them.
It is my hope that the author writes another and equally funny book soon, as Emma Carr could very easily become one of my new favorite authors.
Oct 29, Kaylee Gwyn literarypengwyns rated it it was amazing. Amiee Kennedy wins a trip of a lifetime to London, but when her travel partner steals all of her belongings she is stranded, and at the worst possible moment.
She needs to get back to school in the states in time for classes and has no money or connections. Enter Simon Ruleford, a wealthy banker who has no time for anything, especially cleaning his home.
Amiee happens upon his doorstep in search of a maid job and he can't hire her because she can't legally work in London and he is trying to win Amiee Kennedy wins a trip of a lifetime to London, but when her travel partner steals all of her belongings she is stranded, and at the worst possible moment.
Amiee happens upon his doorstep in search of a maid job and he can't hire her because she can't legally work in London and he is trying to win over the Royal family's business.
Throw in one determined American who won't take any handouts or charity, a cute little Scottie puppy, cupcakes galore and you have one interesting story.
I was surprised at how much I enjoyed this story. Honestly, I didn't really care for Amiee as a character I've never met anyone so willing to go out of their way to take the help being given to them , but her relationship with Simon really made me warm up to her.
Lots of cute chick-lit moments and a happy ending give it a few stars, but the fact that I couldn't stop thinking about the story itself for a few days after, made me up the rating to five stars.
Great job for the author's first publication. I'm excited to see what else she comes up with. Apr 15, Lindsey Riley rated it it was amazing Shelves: adult , chick-lit , contemporary.
I ended up really liking this book!