Last Stand in Lychford by Paul Cornell
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Well, we all know that big-ass war can come to even the most out-of-the-way small towns, but I'm sure that all these folks didn't count on war with Fae and Angels. I mean, the locals aren't really equipped for this kind of shit. A handful of witches and enthusiastic amateurs kinda makes this a rather over-powered confrontation and a drastic departure from the previous volumes.
But like a lot of wars, it comes on rather quickly and borders WERE a major issue in the earlier ones.
Of course, borders can be consciousness, too, and sideways universes can really give you a bad day.
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