All Things Unholy: An Ikaros Crux Novel

All Things Unholy An Ikaros Crux Novel It is the Fall of and there is a serial murderer on the loose in the sprawling Victorian city of Fabler Ripping through the dark underbelly of the city the killer leaves a trail of bodies with

  • Title: All Things Unholy: An Ikaros Crux Novel
  • Author: Piia Bredenberg
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 452
  • Format: ebook
  • It is the Fall of 1890, and there is a serial murderer on the loose in the sprawling Victorian city of Fabler.Ripping through the dark underbelly of the city, the killer leaves a trail of bodies with evidence of religious rituals.The police are looking for a mortal Ikaros Crux knows better.Crux is nearly sober and on the hunt through the rainy, fog filled streets, searchiIt is the Fall of 1890, and there is a serial murderer on the loose in the sprawling Victorian city of Fabler.Ripping through the dark underbelly of the city, the killer leaves a trail of bodies with evidence of religious rituals.The police are looking for a mortal Ikaros Crux knows better.Crux is nearly sober and on the hunt through the rainy, fog filled streets, searching for the thing that killed his friend.Together with an accidental medium, Viola van Wyk, he fights to solve the mystery of the murders while dodging the new Detective Inspector, and finds the truth might be dangerous than even he suspected.

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    About “Piia Bredenberg”

    1. Piia Bredenberg

      Hello So nice to meet you.I m a Finnish author writing in English.Fantasy is my genre of choice and I usually mix it with a little mystery.I have two novel series in the works, the other contemporary or urban fantasy, and the other gaslight fantasy late 19th century.I like to write about the fae, but the kind we have mostly forgotten about They are the creatures of folklore, fickle and sometimes cruel, and not necessarily beautiful at all.I live in a slightly haunted house with a cat and my overactive imagination When I m not writing or reading, I knit a lot of socks, sculpt and paint.

    527 thoughts on “All Things Unholy: An Ikaros Crux Novel”

    1. Brilliant and Inconsistent (2.5 stars: 4 for content, 1 for editing)Here's the low-down in one sentence: I would love to recommend you buy this book, but right now as is, I can't.Pluses: There are plenty of great things about All Things Unholy: the dark, brooding, rude anti-hero Mr. Crux and the conflicted, tormented, sweet, Viola are just two of the well-drawn characters the author brings to the table. The book follows a (mostly) consistent, dark, Victorian Age London-esque atmosphere complete [...]


    2. I was honored to receive a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. blurb:It is the Fall of 1890, and there is a serial murderer on the loose in the sprawling Victorian city of Fabler.Ripping through the dark underbelly of the city, the killer leaves a trail of strange bodies with no discernible cause of death.The police are looking for a mortal. Ikaros Crux knows better.Crux, pawnbroker by day, occult vigilante by night, is either busy alienating customers or dispatching things that [...]


    3. One of those books that's difficult to put downCharacters:For me, this was the best part of the story. Ikaros Crux steals the show. An alcoholic running a dismal pawn shop, struggling with some sort of supernatural `problem.' He is rude, uncouth, and inappropriate. Also hilarious. There was lots of laugh out loud moments from this character.Miss Viola Van Wyke is an impoverished noble struggling to survive, looking after her senile mother and keeping an eye on her wayward cousin. She is a modern [...]


    4. I will start by saying that I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. When I first started this book I was unsure what to expect as there were very few reviews available, and they were somewhat mixed. So I tried to approach the book with an open mind and I am glad that I did, what a story!!The story is set in the 1890s in the somewhat decaying city of Fabler. The author manages to create a real feel of the impoverished, slightly seedy side of the city where the story is se [...]


    5. Although not my usual type of book, I loved this. It was engaging from the start, and only got better throughout.Crux is a loveable grump, but Viola took a bit of getting used to (she's sweet, but I wouldn't peg her as a heroine from the off) I loved seeing the characters progress through the story.With plenty of intriguing twists this is a really good book, I'd recommend it, and I'll be looking out for the next in the series!


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