The Good, the Bad, and the Uncanny by Simon R. Green
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
This one seems kinda tired. I mean, yes, Walker is trying to groom Taylor for his job and all but we already got that idea at the end of the previous volume and this book seems to be all about milking it.
It's sometimes funny and I always get a kick out of the wide cast of colorful characters in Nightside, but between some bar tales and a wild goose chase, I'm not sure this one was one of the better ones. It could have been handled a little better.
Not that it was precisely bad... but it was quite predictable. I think we're hanging on by the side characters again.
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