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Technical Specs. Plot Summary. Plot Keywords. Parents Guide. In the aftermath of Lilith's War the Nightside needs a new leader and with John Taylor stepping aside; Walker is trying to fill that space.
If there is anyone who can This is the 7th book in Simon Green's Nightside series. If there is anyone who can contend with Walker it is the Griffin family.
A very powerful and immortal family the Griffin family is possibly in a position to rule the Nightside.
Unfortunately when Griffin's granddaughter disappears John Taylor is called in to find her. Someone very powerful doesn't want her found and is able to shut down John's gift in an effort to stop him.
Looks like John's going to have to solve this case the old-fashioned way. While this was still an enjoyable book; it was probably the weakest one in the series.
The action scenes were few and far between and somewhat blase'. The characters were weak. It was good to see Dead Boy some more but he wasn't there for much of the book.
The main powers of the Nightside were notable in their absence. Seriously this is the most boring of the Nightside books. It truly seems to be a transition novel, with everyone picking up the pieces of the Nightside after the Lilith War.
Unfortunately it seems like Green doesn't know exactly to do with everyone either. I have high hopes for the next book but if it is as dull and uninspired as this one, I might have to rethink reading this series.
Jun 27, Jaz Primo rated it it was amazing. Hell to Pay, the seventh Nightside novel in Simon Greens amazing series, was an excellent read! The story harkened back to John Taylors roots, being a private investigator in the mysterious, and always irreverent, hidden world near London called the Nightside.
It was refreshing to see John back in his primary role as the infamous man who can find anything or anyone following the near-apocalyptic events of recent installments in the series.
In the end, Green has woven together a seamless mystery with a admirably-constructed surprise ending that neatly winds up all the loose ends.
Well done, Simon Green! View 1 comment. I can understand why some people had problems with this book after the adrenaline rush from the previous two books.
I, however, loved it, even though my favourite characters weren't in it that much and some not at all.
It was nice and refreshing to have John solving a mystery after everything with Lilith and the time travelling and what not.
Looking forward to the next book! I really regret not reading these as they came out. Also, when the I can understand why some people had problems with this book after the adrenaline rush from the previous two books.
Also, when the day comes and I get another cat all of mine are alive and kicking and happy and healthy so it won't be for a long, long time I am totally naming it Merlin Satanspawn.
He wasn't in this book but still, just throwing it out there. Jan 15, Joshua rated it liked it Recommends it for: Anyone who really liked the first book or anyone who likes a good mystery.
Shelves: sci-fi-and-fantasy. Book 7. This is a throwback to the very first book and Mr. Green keeps things simple in this one. Probably because after reading the epicness in the last few books, this one feels a bit of a let-down.
Not to say this is a terrible story, but it is by far the weakest in the series. I was hesitant to read this one because at the time, this was the last book released in the Nightside series.
However, Mr. Green has just released a new Nightside book so I didn't have long to worry. This is a simple Book 7.
This is a simple detective story with some familiar faces thrown in. Not a great story, but still interesting. Nov 10, Maggie K rated it really liked it.
I liked this installment a lot. The last book was a lot over the top for my taste, and being back in the normal world of Nightside at least as normal as it gets was like a breath of fresh air.
John takes on a missing person case, and manages to mix in a few old enemies into the process. There is plenty of action, although it may seem a bit tame after his last adventure.
I loved the characters and was glad to see things are back to normal. May 07, Erick rated it really liked it. I probably should say 3 stars or 3.
Mainly because the main storyline was a bit laughable. John goes and does his thing, which is fun and interesting as usual. But basically, he fails miserably in the end and has the case gift wrapped for him on a platter when he's actually reached a dead end.
Oh, goody, that's one way to get out of a hole. Just didn't like that aspect. Love the characters as usual though, except the stuck up Griffins who were all a bit annoying.
Jun 28, Angela rated it really liked it. I finally got around to dusting them off and taking a walk on The Nightside.
They are a somewhat gritty and darkish urban fantasy with paranormal and sci-fi elements- there is suspense, drama, and plenty of things that go bump in the night.
The series follow John Taylor, a Private Detective who has a reputation for finding things that dont want to be found. So, what is The Nightside?
Where you can walk beside myths and drink with monsters. Where nothing is what it seems and everything is possible.
Thank you, Mr. Jan 30, Chrissie rated it liked it Shelves: hard-boiled-noir-fantasy. John actually has a case! We get to see him in all of his Private Investigation glory, but this time, he's not able to rely on his "inner eye" his "private eye" insert big ol' eye roll here which allows him to find anything he wants because something big and powerful is blocking him.