Fair Weather (Bookburners S1 Ep3) REVIEW


Fair Weather by Margaret Dunlap

Published September 2015

Genre: Urban Fantasy

Pages: 45

Source: Netgalley

Little is at it seems on the high seas when a magical book wreaks havoc on a luxury yacht.
The Team saves on flight costs as the newest mystery happens around the corner. A tip from a local antiquarian doesn’t make it to the Team in time and they are left with a once-bookstore-now-rubble-pile, a missing magical tome, and very few clues beyond a helpful tour guide (one might even say too helpful…). Tracking the missing book to a luxury yacht, the Team gets less of the high-end boating experience and more of the demon-on-the-loose nightmare. All aboard the Fair Weather; but no smooth sailing ahead.

In this episode, I loved to see Sal more involved in the investigation.

I like it that they are introducing more characters and showing that the Society is more complex than I originally thought. It was fast paced, so much happened in this few pages.

The plot of this episode was specially good and I look forward to reading the next episode.

Rating: 4 stars

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