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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.”

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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!”

“Crowverload.”

“Insert witty quip here.”

white ranger3.jpg

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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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