I made this librarian write her review in all caps. My job here is done.

Oh my.

If I was not a professional librarian writing for a professional blog, I’d probably be typing out a jumble of words to the effect of, “You can’t end it like that!!!!  Why would you end it like that???  AHHHHHHHHH!“  But I am writing for a professional blog, so I’ll just say that the latest adventure in the Nikolas and Company series has a pretty big cliffhanger at the end.  It literally ends in mid-sentence.  I hope this story doesn’t end with Episode 4- not because I think it would be extremely difficult to wrap up the plot in four books, but because I’d like to see more of the world that Kevin McGill is creating…

Read the rest of the review here:

http://wcpubliclibrary.org/2013/07/book-review-nikolas-company-the-foul-and-the-fallen/

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