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Book Review - Crow Investigations Series

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I have finally finished the Crow Investigations series and would highly recommend it to fans of bird-related urban fantasy.

Fully-realised characters and good pacing keep you hooked from page to page and book to book. I know wayyyy more about London than I used to too!

The "magic" elements are sympathetically woven into reality; it all feels rather believable - which is what I want from my urban fantasy; leave the OTT theatrics to High Fantasy!

As with every long series I have read, it starts becoming more about the over-arching narrative instead of that book's own story but I was so invested that it didn't annoy me in the slightest.

I will definitely be looking into Sarah Painter's back catalogue for more like this.



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