Finished the latest of the Laundry novels by Charles Stross. "The Annihilation Score" continues the tales of the Laundry, told this time from the perspective of Monique "Mo" O'Brien, the wife of Bob, the narrator of the previous books.
An entertaining read, this time with a theme of superheroics mixed with office politics. I'm honestly not sure how to properly review this book. I liked it but it was a bit clunky in parts. It's not a book one can really read without having read the previous Laundry books. And the melodramatic parts certainly seem to drag on and on.
I'm wondering what Stross's endgame will be for this series.
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