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Publisher's Summary

"Exciting, exhilaring, scary and moving in equal measure, The Oversight is a teeming world of dark deeds and dark magics, brilliantly realized." (M. R. Carey)
The Last Hand of the Oversight still patrols the border between the natural and supranatural, holding a candle to the darkness. But this new Hand is unproven, its fresh members untrained, its veterans weary and battle-scarred. Their vulnerability brings new enemies into the city and surprising new allies from across the sea.
But most surprising of all are new revelations about the Oversight's past, revelations that will expose the true peril of the world in which Sharp and Sara are trapped - the secret of the Black Mirrors and what lies beyond. And the catastrophic danger that will follow them home, if they ever manage to return.
The dark waters rise. The candles are guttering. But the light still remains.
For now...
©2016 Charlie Fletcher (P)2016 Hachette Audio
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4 out of 5 stars
By Mary Teague on 12-19-16

Very Dark

The author as narrator is wonderful. The book is well written with excellent character development, is fast-paced and suspenseful, but becomes extremely gruesome and bloody. I almost could not finish this book due to the vivid horror described in excruciating detail during the latter half of the book. I feel that the book would have been a much better work if there had been less pain, gore and nightmare.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 12-26-17

spectacularly read. truly great. story was less so

I was disappointed at the gratuitous sensuality. story gained nothing. and ridiculous use of profanity. offensive.
otherwise the story was good. characters from the first story remain true and we enjoy them.
sometimes you get the feeling things were weird and gory just to be weird and gory. strange reasoning of accepting alternate lifestyles. not as good as the first. not something I can share with my kids...we're probably going to return the story.
BUT : the author is fan-stinkin-tactic at his narration. his command of voices was as good as ANY reader, even Jim Dale, who is the king. I kept listening just to hear his voice.

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