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Book Reviews: City Of Endless Night + Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Volume Five + Bad BTVS Novels

City Of Endless Night by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child
The latest ‘Pendergast’ novel sees the agent and his friend team up to find a serial killer terrorising NY. Why is D’Agosta still friends with Pendergast? The only experience he has of Pendergast is negative. The serial killer is wiping out 1%-ers in NY. The dynamic duo will solve the case.

A reporter confuses opinion with publishable fact. Who is the dysregulated killer? Does the killer have a plan for moral regeneration or a craving for novelty? Mistaken and false claims are made. This engages the reader’s attention. This culminates in a hunt through an abandoned loony bin. This keeps a grip on the reader’s imaginations.

Best Lines:
“All is discovered - flee at once,”

“All this is obviously calculated to create a particular effect-”

“I’ve developed an unfortunate reputation at the Bureau as an agent whose perps end up dead.”

“My opponent lost rather dramatically.”

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Volume Five
Finister and Grace bore. We get a flashback to Zordon’s first MMPR team in the 1960s. There was a Russian on the team, he looked like Illya Kuryakin. The wildly annoying Grace sulks and whines and has no consideration. This was mediocre.

Best Lines:
“Power Rangers! Wow! You’re even more garish in person!”


“Insert witty quip here.”

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More Terrible Buffy The Vampire Slayer Novels
Unnatural Selection, Tales Of The Slayer Vol 1 and Visitors.
Tags: book review, buffy the vampire slayer, tommy oliver

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