Monday, March 13, 2017

The Age of Treachery by Gavin Scott

4 stars
R- 1.5
Reader's Choice

This one was fun.  Post WWII espionage, academia, mythology, a hint of the occult.....

Good times.

The mystery is the focus, though it veers a bit into the espionage/thriller.  Not much, just a touch.

My only complaint (and this is so much a "I'm cranky on this subject this week" thing) is the ubiquitous "the hero must meet a women and instantly (and mutually) be in love".  I'm just over it.

Thankfully, though, this doesn't seem like it's going to be a "new love in every book" kind of series-- the same women is in the next book.

So it's got that going for it.

Plus-- bonus points: Tolkien, CS Lewis, and Ian Fleming are all characters.  How can you not love that?

Overall, read it.

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