Read The Year of the Knife Online Free - Agent -Sully- Sullivan is one of the top cops in the Imperial Bureau of Investigation. A veteran witch of the British Empire who isn't afraid to use her magical skills to crack a case. But Sully might need more than a good education and raw power to stop the string of grisly murders that have been springing up across the American Colonies. Every one of them marked by the same chilling calling card, a warning in the form of a legion of voices screaming out through the killers' mouths: -It IS tHe YEAr oF the KNife.-
Sully's investigation will drag her away from the comforts of home in New Amsterdam, the beautiful but useless hyacinth macaw that used to be her boss, and the loving arms of her undead girlfriend, in a thrilling race against time, demonic forces and a shadowy conspiracy that will do anything to keep its hold on power and ensure that Sully takes their secrets to her grave, as soon as possible.
G.D. Penman's imaginative The Year of the Knife is a fun, fast-paced urban fantasy mystery with an engaging set of characters, most notably Agent Sully of the Imperial Bureau of Investigation.
|Title||:||The Year of the Knife|
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October 25, 2017
With it being almost Halloween, I have been craving some paranormal stories. When I saw this ARC, I was instantly interested. This is available as a Read Now option on Netgalley, so I grabbed it immediately. I am not familiar with this author, so I was not sure what to expect. Luckily, he writes...
November 17, 2017
Book received from both Netgalley and Meerkat Press for an honest review
Genres: Fantasy, Urban Fantasy, Mystery, Lesbian Fiction, Alt History.
I've read roughly 656 works that are lesbian fiction. 810 mysteries; 89 alt-histories; 667 fantasy; and 128 urban fantasy works. Why do I mention this? Bec...
November 06, 2017
HEY EVERYONE! This is my first ARC off of Netgalley, so I am super excited about that. This review is my honest opinion.
I'm so glad I really enjoyed my first ARC, it would have sucked indeed if I hated it. It was not perfect but it was definitely an enjoyable, fast paced paranormal...
November 18, 2017
The Year of the Knife is definitely a unique, fun, and fast-paced urban fantasy that will have you falling madly in love with Agent Sully. She has a certain spark that has nothing to do with her mad magic skills, although those are wickedly awesome. She does come across as completely abrasive and...
November 09, 2017
Reviewed on behalf of http://bookaddict.live,
Sully is a powerfully witch that works for the IBI (Imperial Bureau of investigation) for the British Empire. It is her job to deal with the worst paranormal attacks in the American colonies. When a string of mass murders continues to happen, it is up...
October 30, 2017
Received from Expresso Book Tour in exchange for honest review
I was hooked after first few paragraphs, this book is soo good. The story starts in the middle of the action. She is called in to investigate weird case - Agent Sully works for IBI, she is magic practitioner and uses her skills to catc...
October 24, 2017
The world in, The Year Of The Knife, is one that the good guys and the bad guys are apt to be magicians with contingencies in place if the bad guy happens to be a demon to boot. Female protagonist, Agent "Sully" Sullivan, is a witch in the, male dominated, Imperial Bureau of Investigation. But in...
November 14, 2017
This review originally appeared on BrizzleLass Books.
The Year of the Knife puts Sully, an Agent at the Imperial Bureau of Investigation (IBI) at the centre of a story involving magic, a world which is unrecognisable to our eyes with the British Empire ruling strong, Europe a quivering wreck over...
November 09, 2017
I would describe this book as a mystery novel set in a magical alternate Earth. You could say it is magical realism.
The Earth that this book is set in is not quite our Earth. Even though the book is set in 2015, in this world the city of New Amsterdam is a colony of the British Empire, and the m...
November 28, 2017
This was an EXCELLENT find... It vaguely reminded me in bits of Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London series, with a mystery at the heart of a magical alt-world - but the mystery in this one was handled even better than Aaronovitch's often are (and I *really* like his books), which made it even more...