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The Invisible Code (2013)

by Christopher Fowler(Favorite Author)
3.98 of 5 Votes: 4
Bryant & May
review 1: this is the first book I have read in this series. I have owned the first book in the series Full Dark House for a long time and read the first couple of chapters and put it down because I just couldn't get into it. I read The Invisible Code fairly quick and found it to be well written and the characters interesting and though eccentric not ridiculously so. The mystery itself was unusual and well done although the wrap up of the ending felt a tad bit unsatisfactory. I will now attempt to read Full Dark House again...
review 2: I read a couple of Bryant & May books in the past, but it has been a while and I missed them. The curmudgeonly Bryant with all his quirks and irreverence makes a great counterpoint to May who tries to be appropriate, reserved, and proper
... more. The characters are vivid and believable. I love the historical facts that are part of the story; I always find something new and interesting to learn more about after I've finished the book. I liked every bit of it. Well done! less
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A good, interesting book, with a lot of London stuff. This series is going on my to read list.
This book was a gem. I enjoyed the pace and arcane tidbits of art history and London history.
Started out a quirky mystery, but I was disappointed with the conclusion.
3.5--entertaining, zany plot and characters.
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