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Robert Finn Underlife (Adept Series)
Pages: 96, Paperback, Snowbooks Ltd
Last Update 18.06.2013 03:58
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by - written on 22/06/09 (Very useful, 101 readings)
Confusingly, Underlife is the third book to be published in Robert Finn's "Adept" series (after Adept and Ex Machina), but in terms of the narrative, it's actually the first in the sequence. For some reason Robert Finn has gone all "George Lucas" and entered the world of the prequel. Sadly, he's also imitated Lucas by making this prequel a pale imitation of his earlier books. Underlife briefly follows the adventures of Clipper, a small time London thief who stumbles into the middle of a fight on the London Underground involving two Adepts (people with magical powers). Clipper finds himself fighting for his own survival and that of Rachel, a ... Read the complete review
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