Reviews

  • A filmic romp with great characters, a jet-propelled plot, and a winning premise.

    Eric Brown, GUARDIAN
  • I tore through The Stranger Times. Like an entertaining collision between the worlds of Mick Herron and Charlie Stross, it's a novel that proves ancient eldritch horror is no match for old-school journalism.

    CHRISTOPHER BROOKMYRE, bestselling author of Fallen Angel
  • There are weird happenings in Manchester; good job the drunk and dysfunctional journalists of The Stranger Times, a newspaper dedicated to paranormal and the unexplained, are on hand . . . terrific, easygoing fun.

    Robert Millen, THE TIMES
  • I loved this . . . great premise - great story - great characters . . . hugely enjoyable.

    JODI TAYLOR, bestselling author of The Chronicles of St Mary's series
  • A cracker . . . brace yourself for murder, monsters, mesmerism - and merriment. Wonderfully wacky.

    SAGA
  • Darkly witty.

    i-NEWSPAPER
  • Darkly comedic . . . alternating between sinister and silly, McDonnell's writing is intelligently witty.

    THE HERALD
  • Fresh and genuinely funny.

    SFX magazine
  • The one-liners zing, the dialogue is a tennis match of witty banter.

    FINANCIAL TIMES
  • Wonderfully dark, extremely funny, and evocative of Terry Pratchett - which I think is the highest compliment I can give.

    ADAM KAY, No.1 bestselling author of This Is Going to Hurt

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