Shore Leave (Bookburners S1 Ep10) REVIEW

27066151Shore Leave by Mur Lafferty

Published November 11th 2015

Genre: Urban Fantasy

Pages: 43

Source: Netgalley – in exchange for an honest review

Grace gets a day off and time threatens to swallow Rome. 
It’s Grace’s one day off a year and nothing will stop her from enjoying every last second of it: not Sal’s troubling sleepwalking, not the mysterious tour guide Aaron, not even the magical artifact spreading a time-slowing bubble across Rome. The team’s troubles may never stop—but sometimes, you have to make time for a spin class. 

This episode is about Grace’s day off with Sal.

I loved to see them spend time together and share some stories. In each episode we get to know Grace a little bit better and I really enjoy it because she’s such an outstanding character.

I love the fact that now we get to see a little bit of everyone’s perspective and not just Sal, even though she’s still the main character.

I’m really hooked in this series and I can’t wait to read the next episode.

Rating: 4,5 stars

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