A Sorcerer’s Apprentice (Bookburners Season 1 Episode 4)- Review

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Author: Mur Lafferty

Genre: Urban Fantasy

Sinopsis: Sal and Asanti leave the rest of the Team in the lurch when they jet off to Scotland to attend the funeral of the archivist’s mentor. Something is amiss in the Dear Green Place, however, as the pair land to discover the entire city has become obsessed with a restaurant (which just happens to be owned by the deceased mentor’s only living relative). They beat the crowds to get a table, only to find the fight has just begun and they left their muscle at home.

This episode is brought to you by team-writer Mur Lafferty and explores how magic, like food, is rarely cut and dry.

Source: Netgalley (in exchange for an honest review)

This episode tells the story of yet another book surfacing, this time in Glasgow.

The story was interesting but, in comparison to the other episodes, it was incredibly underwhelming.

The writing wasn’t bad either, however, it was underwhelming.

We got to know Asanti better, which made her feel a lot more real.

Even though this episode didn’t have the best writing nor the best story, it was still a fun and light read.

Rating: 3 stars

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