Thicker Than Water: A Felix Castor Novel - Mike Carey Reviews
Description:ISBN 1841496561 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Mike Carey / Paperback / 512 Pages / Book is published 2009-03-05 by Orbit
Newest Review: ... an excorcist. Immediately my mind goes to those exorcists in the films, but Felix is nothing like that. And get this, he ... more
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by - written on 17/08/09 (Very useful, 10 readings)
Having never heard of the author, Mike Carey, I picked this book up on a whim. Reading the little blurb on the back it sounded appealing. Apparently this is the fourth book in the series, but still I kept up with the storyline. The main guy is a man called Felix Castor, who by the way is an excorcist. Immediately my mind goes to those exorcists in the films, but Felix is nothing like that. And get this, he excorcises (if thats a word) people using music, or more precisely, a tin whistle. In that sense alone this book is unique. You come across other excorcists in this book, and they all have their own unique way of excorcising demons. One women uses string, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/08/09 (Very useful, 34 readings)
Mike Carey is not a name I'd come across before, but on hearing he'd written the book that the film ''Constantine'' was based on, I was certainly interested in his work. ''Thicker Than Water'' is the fourth in his series involving Felix Castor and whilst that gave me slight pause about coming in to an already well established series, my desire to check out Carey's work outweighed any concerns I had. Felix Castor is an exorcist, attempting to fight the demons, werewolves and zombies that inhabit our world. Not all of them, as his closest friend has a demon living inside him whilst his friends Nicky and Juliet are a zombie and succubus. Mostly, he lets such ... Read the complete review
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