No Rest For The Wicked

No Rest For The Wicked Edward DeVere and some year old vampire resident of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea has been taking it easy London is home sweet home and Eddy considers himself a Renaissance man a

  • Title: No Rest For The Wicked
  • Author: Wolfe Cotto
  • ISBN: 9780993157608
  • Page: 339
  • Format: Paperback
  • Edward DeVere, 600 and some year old vampire, resident of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, has been taking it easy.London is home sweet home and Eddy considers himself a Renaissance man a bit of a modern day flaneur Some would say a slacker and a bit of a stoner Opinions are divided.Eddy knows the city like the back of his hand Life is ordered, predicEdward DeVere, 600 and some year old vampire, resident of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, has been taking it easy.London is home sweet home and Eddy considers himself a Renaissance man a bit of a modern day flaneur Some would say a slacker and a bit of a stoner Opinions are divided.Eddy knows the city like the back of his hand Life is ordered, predictable and boring Until someone near and dear disappears and he is left with no choice but to find out why.It should just be a night s work for such an old timer.But things don t go as planned.Eddy s cosy world starts to fall apart.Nothing is what it seems.It s time to wake up, smell the coffee and roll his sleeves up.It s a damn nuisance, he s exhausted and could really do without all this tom tit.But it seems, there s just no rest for the wicked.

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    1. Note: I received a physical copy of this book from the publicist in exchange for an honest review. DNF'ed at page 170. Though I really liked the witty comments and observations of Edward, the writing style of the author really bothered me. The sentence formation is really complex (and at times really weird, what with 5-6 commas in one single sentence itself.) It really distracted me from the plot, which BTW was a little too uninteresting for my taste. At one point (around page 50 or so,) I was w [...]

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