Rivers of London, Volume 4: Detective Stories by Ben Aaronovitch

Rivers of London, Volume 4: Detective Stories

Four self-contained magical crimes, ripped from the streets of supernatural London. From the million-selling Rivers of London novel and graphic novel series by writer Ben Aaronovitch comes this unmissable next chapter in the saga, as PC Peter Grant faces his gruelling Detective exam, forcing him to relive the strangest cases of his career! From foling an aspiring god to co...

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Rivers of London, Volume 4: Detective Stories Reviews

  • Paul E. Morph
    Another decent (but not outstanding) Rivers of London collection that should please (but not thrill) fans of the novels. This collection consists of four self-contained short stories linked together by a cute framing device....
  • Margaret
    The most recent offering in the Rivers of London graphic novels series.This one is four separate stories linked by the device of Peter Grant doing his final interview to ascertain whether he is suitable to be promoted to Detective Constable. The interviewer, Detective Inspector Chopra, has a little ...
  • Mark
    Nice little filler till the next novel comes out....
  • Andrew
    Okay I will apologise in that this is a little bit late but I think the cold I have just shifted had something to say about that.Okay so what to say about the next in the Rivers of London graphic novel series? Well for starters as the series of books increases there is finally an nice and simply rea...
  • Wing Kee
    I found these quite technical and fun. World: Standard art. But the world building here is good. It's not huge and grand but it fills in the gaps nicely and also gives little character moments that make me smile. The bulk of the story is actual world building with a large chunk in actual police work...
  • Roy
    Love this series bur this has to be the strongest offering from the graphic novels do far. Multiple short detective stories from Peters past. Told from Peters view explaining how things got solved etc. Just way too short!!...
  • Lyn
    Cool as the under side of the pillow.Peter Grant, our favorite apprentice wizard / police constable is being interviewed for a higher rank and so Ben Aaronovitch, the coolest under the pillow practitioner this side of nevernever, uses this setting as a vehicle to tell some shorter stories in the Riv...
  • Carol.
    Ben Aaronovitch is a talented writer. And a very, very slow one. I try not to complain, because at least his books are dense enough that they tolerate re-reads and re-listens. But eventually, I miss the world of the Folly and turn to the graphic novels. Detective Stories is one of the more satisfyin...
  • AndrewP
    So far I think this is my favorite of the Rivers of London graphic novels. It's covers 4 of Peter Grant's minor cases with an overall theme of him trying to explain 'Falcon involvement' to a reviewing officer. What I really liked about this one is how Aaronovitch writes Peter's inner voice. Sometime...

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