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Or the city go up in flamesSuspicions fly thick and fast and Irene soon finds herself in the seedy depths of the Parisian underworld She’s on the trail of a notoriously warlike Fae the Blood Countess However the evidence against the Countess is circumstantial Could the killer be a member of the Library itself 4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum there s one thing I can say about The Invisible Library series it s that I can count on the books being consistently solid and entertaining That s why I always look forward to picking up the next installment and that was most definitely the case too with The Mortal WordIn this fifth volume of the series the war between the Fae and Dragon kind is heating up Attempts to broker a peace treaty are jeopardized when a high level dragon is found stabbed to death and naturally the dragons are uick to point the finger at their sworn enemies the Fae Our protagonist the time traveling parallel worlds hopping book stealing Librarian agent Irene Winters is thus tasked to get to the bottom of who committed the murder before the situation can devolve any f

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The Mortal Word

En the warring dragons and Fae As a neutral party Librarian spy Irene is summoned to investigate She must head to a version of 1890s Paris with her assistant Kai and her detective friend Vale where these talks are fracturing Here she must get to the bottom of the attack – before either the peace negotiations Why am I so Meh about this seriesThere are a lot of things that I like about this series Irene Vale and Kia are all pretty likable characters who have a decent number of flaws to make them interesting The various worlds with different levels of order and chaos we travel to are also interesting I idea of the library and it s ambiguous involvement in each book s crisis I still have no idea if it is a mostly good or bad place Each individual book plot They are all different and episodic in natureButI want to feel attached to the characters at book five and it just isn t happening for meI think part of the issue is that it does feel episodic in nature and so this could be any three people each new book I don t feel like I have emotions for the characters carrying over from t

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A corrupt countessA spy in dangerAnd an assassin at largeThe fifth title in Genevieve Cogman's witty and wonderful Invisible Library series The Mortal Word is a rollicking literary adventurePeace talks are always tricky especially when a key diplomat gets stabbed This rudely interrupts a top secret summit betwe Any time a new book in this series is announced there should be an international holiday of celebration and reading What a treatFans of Investigator Vale will be happy to know that he is back and center stage When an assassination takes place at a fae dragon peace conference he is the natural choice to find the killer However there are political considerations involved and he is given a team of one librarian one fae and one dragon work together Irene is of course the assigned librarian and Kai as a dragon prince is able to insert himself wherever he d like Irene Vale and the team must determine who is trying to derail the peace conference and try to stay out of the path of a new sadistic enemy I daresay this was my favorite installment Also the author confirmed on her website that


10 thoughts on “The Mortal Word

  1. says:

    Any time a new book in this series is announced there should be an international holiday of celebration and reading What a treatFans of Investigator Vale will be happy to know that he is back and center stage When an assassination takes place at a fae dragon peace conference he is the natural choice to find the killer However there are political considerations involved and he is given a team of one librarian one fae and

  2. says:

    I look forward to every book in this series and have not been disappointed yet I love the idea of a library between worlds and magic doors which open to different libraries in different places and times Plus the most important characters are a librarian and a dragon What could you ask forAfter five books it was time that Irene and Kai actually got it together even though most of the action was left to the rea

  3. says:

    Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for offering me an advanced copy in exchange for nothing than an honest reviewIf you haven't picked up The Invisible Library stop reading RIGHT NOW and go pick it up It's a clever world of time travel adjacent adventures with dragons and fae and even a magic language of sorts It's like

  4. says:

    I really wanted to like this one I liked it well enough but to be honest it was rather bland it was so bland that a week later I still have no

  5. says:

    Why am I so Meh about this seriesThere are a lot of things that I like about this series Irene Vale and Kia are all pretty likable characters who have a decent number of flaws to make them interesting The various worlds with

  6. says:

    THE MORTAL WORD is the fifth book in The Invisible Library series I've read every single book in the series and I could not wait to read this book Irene's job is to steal rare books from different worlds for the Invisible Library She loves her job the adventures the books After a job in Germany Irene learns about a secret Dragon F

  7. says:

    Real Rating 475 of fiveUnexpected That's the best word I can use for this book The resolution wasn't entirely unexpected but the path we're led down to get to it was The murder was unexpected the murderer was unexpected the terrible trials of the heroes were largely unexpectedJust how I like my series fictionAt the end of book fou

  8. says:

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in BooksThis was another great installment in the Invisible Library series I have really enjoyed all of the previous books in this series so I was really excited to read this new installment This is the fifth book in the series and I do think that this is a series that is best

  9. says:

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum there’s one thing I can say about The Invisible Library series it’s that I can count on the books being consistently solid and entertaining That’s why I always look forward to picking up the next installment and that was most definitely the case too with The Mortal WordIn this fifth volume of the series the war between the Fae and Dragon kind is heating up Attempts to broker a p

  10. says:

    I feel almost bad giving The Mortal Word a higher rating than I've given many books of superior substance depth and literary merit It's fluff It's about kickass librarians with magical powers fairies with archetypes that even they get trapped by death via sugar plum as well as a knife in the back a 19th century Paris that never uite was It's not that this is a better book than say Wuthering Heights which I concede is w

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