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Rivers of London (Midnight Riot in the US) is the first novel in the series of the same name by English author Ben Aaronovitch. The novel was released on 10 January through Gollancz and was well received by critics, earning a Galaxy National Book Awards nomination for Aaronovitch in the New Writer of the Year : Ben Aaronovitch.
The Peter Grant series (alternatively, the Rivers of London series or the PC Grant series) is a series of urban fantasy novels by English author Ben Aaronovitch, and comics/graphic novels by Aaronovitch and Andrew Cartmel, illustrated by Lee SullivanAuthor: Ben Aaronovitch (Novels and Graphic Novels).
(Rivers of London #1) Ben Aaronovitch (Goodreads Author) Rating details 76, ratings 7, reviews. Probationary Constable Peter Grant dreams of being a detective in London’s Metropolitan Police. Too bad his superior plans to assign him to the Case Progression Unit, where the biggest threat he’ll face is a paper cut.
But /5. EN: Rivers of London (GB & US)FR: Le Dernier Apprenti SorcierPT: Enigmas de LondresDE: Peter GrantIT: Peter GrantES: Peter GrantCZ: Řeky LondýnaT. Neverwhere, by Neil Gaiman Gaiman’s debut remains a novel you have to mention if you’re discussing alternative, re-imagined Londons.
In it, a businessman slips down into the magical underworld beneath London, and while the city itself is just the regular old city you might actually visit, Gaiman’s imagination creates an incredible fantasy world just under the streets, based on the tube Author: Jeff Somers.
From the sources of the River Fleet in Hempstead's ponds, to the mouth of the Effra by Vauxhall Bridge, via the meander of the Westbourne through "Knight's Bridge" and the Tyburn's gentle curve along Marylebone Lane, London's Lost Rivers unearths the hidden waterways that flow beneath the streets of the investigates how the rivers shaped the city—forming borough boundaries 4/4(12).