Sunday, 14 December 2008
Jack Taylor is a PI working in the Nightside. Hidden in the centre of London, the Nightside is a place where the sun refuses to rise, where monsters and men walk side by side and where you can fulfill your every desire. John finds things for clients. For the right price of course.

The Unnatural Inquirer is John's newest client. The newspaper is well known for its gossip and everybody claims they don't read it. The newspaper has offered to buy a certain DVD that is now missing. The DVD is reported to have evidence of the afterlife on it and now the Inquirer wants the disc or the money they paid for it back.

For a million pounds John is happy to go find a DVD. He doesn't count on getting a partner, reporter Bettie, but it makes everything just that little more interesting. Walker is still around, Shotgun Suzie shows her face and the Collector makes an appearance too. Just another adventure in the Nightside that could go horribly wrong or horribly right.

This is the eighth book in the Nightside series and it was all that I have come to expect. Full with action, horrors and weirdness this series is an abstract work of art laced with paranormal fun. The Nightside is an amazing place that never gets old because there is always something new to learn about it. John Taylor is an obnoxious, know it all and clever main character that you just love to hate.

I love visiting the Nightside and can't wait to go there again. It is freaky but wonderful and there is nothing else like it out there.

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posted by Unknown at Sunday, December 14, 2008 |


At 14 December 2008 at 18:44, Blogger Crystal Adkins

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At 14 December 2008 at 20:48, Blogger Caffey

I've heard of this author mention a couple times recently now and I'm wondering all I've missed! Is this a series, one you'd read in order? I usually only read in order unless the series is long and many out already and I'll read the first book then jump into the current book. You say horror, is it more of horror book than paranormal or urban fantasy? Thanks!


At 15 December 2008 at 10:32, Blogger Vickie

Added the first in his Nightside and his Secret Histories series to my shopping list....


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