Anywhere But Here (Bookburners S1 Ep2) REVIEW

26093804Anywhere But Here by Brian Francis Slattery

Published September 2015

Genre: Urban Fantasy

Pages: 47

Source: Netgalley

Sal Brooks, newest member of Team Three of the Societas Librium Occultorum, is settling into her job and apartment in Rome. In this episode we meet the rest of the team and get a tour of the Black Archives (pro tip: don’t touch anything), before being whisked off on Sal’s first mission: investigate a magical disturbance in the heart of Madrid, Spain. There they find a breathing apartment door, little girls being held hostage, and some furniture that is far too alive for good taste. First days on the job are never easy…

I really appreciate it that in this series there are supernatural issues all over the world.

I loved the cooperation of the team to solve this case, I think it was really fast-paced and I can’t wait to see how the series continues in the next episode.

I really recommend this series to all the readers out there that love fantasy and paranormal.

Rating: 4 stars

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