The Paradox

The Paradox is the second in a three-part series that follows the adventures of The Oversight: a band of secretive heroes protecting London, England, from evil supernatural forces.  Fletcher does a fantastic job of creating a vivid 1800s England, right down to the smell of sewage in the Thames and groceries wrapped in brown paper.

The characters – heroes, villains and those in between – are unforgettable.  Each one is so distinct that even if you go chapters without seeing them, they do not fade from your mind.  Unique looks and complex motives keep them alive in your imagination long after you’ve put the book down.

And once again, Fletcher proves himself a master of describing food.  I’m not sure if Ruddy Glue is a real thing – but I want some!

Fletcher conjures images ranging from comforting kitchens all the way to eerie catacombs.  Each one is a treat for the reader.

– Cowering King

The Paradox keeps the momentum of the first book going with unforgettable characters and vivid nineteenth century settings.

– Cowering King

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