Augustus Baltazar (Augustus Baltazar #1)

Augustus Baltazar Augustus Baltazar Mark Enforcer Just plain old Stu Augustus Baltazar is a Paranormal Investigator with skeletons than space in the cupboard He only has best friend Mike to depend on until beautiful brunette Jenny thre

  • Title: Augustus Baltazar (Augustus Baltazar #1)
  • Author: Neil Bursnoll
  • ISBN: 9781782348368
  • Page: 231
  • Format: Paperback
  • Mark Enforcer Just plain old Stu Augustus Baltazar is a Paranormal Investigator with skeletons than space in the cupboard He only has best friend Mike to depend on, until beautiful brunette Jenny threatens to rattle his bones DI Joe Merrick is on his last life with the Police force, caught between a case he is struggling to solve and a DS with a different opinionMark Enforcer Just plain old Stu Augustus Baltazar is a Paranormal Investigator with skeletons than space in the cupboard He only has best friend Mike to depend on, until beautiful brunette Jenny threatens to rattle his bones DI Joe Merrick is on his last life with the Police force, caught between a case he is struggling to solve and a DS with a different opinion Out of all this, what piece of the puzzle does Mike s girlfriend Sera hold And just what are the sinister shadow and the man on fire that haunt them all Once the fuse is lit, everything changes This is the first thrilling volume in an ongoing series from emerging author Neil Bursnoll.

    One thought on “Augustus Baltazar (Augustus Baltazar #1)”

    1. First of all thank you kindly to the author for a copy of this book to review.So firstly I'm going to say - I'm popping this under "Fiction" but there are quite a few "hooks" here for a wide range of readers. A wonderful quirky novel which perhaps could also be described as Urban Fantasy, Thriller or mystery. Frankly I'll call it just plain funAugustus Baltazar (Its ok you can just call him Stu ) is a Paranormal Investigator, with few friends, plenty of skeletons rattling around in the proverbia [...]

    2. Horrific in the best way.Augustus Baltazar is a great blend of a few genres - namely urban fantasy, mystery, and horror. The story follows Stu, a paranormal investigator gifted with some supernatural powers, as he tries to solve a string of murders in his town. The victims are found burnt to ash, always missing their jawbone. The intensity of the murders ramps up throughout the story and Stu seems to be in a bit over his head as he gains the killers attention. With the help of his best friend Mi [...]

    3. I have recently finished Neil Bursnoll's debut novel, and I can say with confidence that he certainly has a bright future ahead of him.A few things really stick out for me; the characters and the pacing. Both are great. All of the characters have their own distict personalities, no matter how major or minor they may be. There are no cardboard characters or fillers and the diverse relationships are well written. The pacing of the story is also very good and at no point in the book did I get bored [...]

    4. It took me several pages to get caught up in this book. To begin with, you're not sure who's eyes you're looking through. But once I settled in to this unique style of writing, I quickly got caught up in the plot. Stu is a complex character that I grew extremely attached to. Even by the end of the book, I still felt that I didn't know who he really was, what his purpose is, or what his intentions are. Is he good or bad? Is there even a direct line between good or bad? I wasn't sure. The plot doe [...]

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