A Sorcerer’s Apprentice (Bookburners S1 Ep4) REVIEW

26799553A Sorcerer’s Apprentice by Mur Lafferty

Published September 30th 2015

Genre: Urban Fantasy

Pages: 41

Source: Netgalley

Good intentions in Glasgow lead to disastrous results.
Sal and Asanti leave the rest of the Team in the lurch when they jet off to Scotland to attend the funeral of the archivists’ mentor. Something is amiss in the Dear Green Place, however, as the pair land to discover the entire city has become obsessed with a restaurant (which just happens to be owned by the deceased mentor’s only living relative). They beat the crowds to get a table, only to find the fight has just begun and they left their muscle at home.

In this episode we get to know Asanti a little bit better in an amazingly designed plot. There was a lot of action and character development, I loved to see the characters working together as a team, we got to discover more about the dynamics of the group.
I already said it before but I really appreciate the fact that there is paranormal activity all over the world, in this episode they went to Glasgow, a beautiful city in Scotland that I want to visit in the future.

Rating: 4 stars

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