Review: The Furthest Station by Ben Aaronovitch (2017)

Ben Aaronovitch – The Furthest Station

 

The Furthest Station by Ben Aaronovitch

The Furthest Station by Ben Aaronovitch

Gollancz, Hardcover, 128 pages

Published: 28th September 2017

ISBN13: 978- 1473222427

This is a novella in the Peter Grant series by Ben Aaronovitch.

 

There’s something going bump on the Metropolitan line and Sergeant Jaget Kumar knows exactly who to call – PC Peter Grant as odd stuff is his specialty.

But it is more than just going ‘bump’ – traumatised travellers have been reporting strange encounters on their morning commute with them being accosted by strangely dressed people trying to deliver an urgent message.

What is making solving this harder is that despite calling the police themselves, within a few minutes the commuters have already forgotten the encounter. This is making the follow up interviews rather difficult.

So aided by Abigail and Toby the ghost hunting dog, Peter and Jaget are heading out on a ghost hunting expedition but Nightingale may be needed for heavy artillery.

 

This is a nice little side episode in the Peter Grant series whilst we wait for the next novel – the main series plot of Lesley or the Faceless Man isn’t progressed but we get a good view in the day-to-day sleuthing of Peter Grant with enjoyable characters and laugh-out-loud moments.

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