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Publisher's Summary

A new masterpiece of macabre humor and action from the New York Times best-selling author of Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, the nationally best-selling Nightside series, the Deathstalker Chronicles, the Ishmael Jones Paranormal Mysteries, and more!

Hyde in the shadows.

Daniel Carter was a London cop who just wanted to do the right thing. But during a raid on an organ-selling chop shop, he is almost torn to pieces by monsters. And no one believes him. Hurt and crippled, his career over, and his life in ruins, Daniel is suddenly presented with a chance at redemption. And revenge. It seems that more than two centuries ago, the monsters of the world disappeared - into the underworld of crime. Guild-like clans now have control over all the dark and illegal trades, from the awful surgeries of the Frankenstein Clan, to the shadowy and seductive Vampire Clan, to the dreaded purveyors of drugs and death, the Clan of Mummies. And there’s always the Werewolf Clan, to keep order.

Only one force stands opposed to the monster clans: the super strong, extremely sexy, quick-witted Hydes! Now Daniel is just one sip of Dr. Jekyll’s Elixir away from joining their company. At Jekyll & Hyde Inc.

©2021 Simon R. Green (P)2021 Blackstone Publishing

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Love Gildart Jackson but...

Simon R Green, I always buy his books but I find the repeative language to be annoying! He actually used the phrase "sharper than a serpent's tooth" in this book, which is used in one of the Nightside books. Getting past that, the story itself was new and interesting. But the reading leaves me frustrated like the Ishmael books do. I've listed to a lot of Gildart Jackson's reading and love him! But in this book and the Ishmael books, the way many characters are read grate on your nerves. I get they are trying to make the character 'rougher' but it takes away from the store considerably.

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Kind of ok

If you're new to monster hunting this will be a fun take on some old classics. If you're not there's little to no build up on crucial conflicts. This could have been a four part series easily but it felt rushed and kind of sloppy.

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Not very original

It seems like this writer is just going through the motions. He started a gimmick with the nightside series with his weird British humor and doesn’t know how to do anything else. Unrealistic in the extreme! Bodies are left all over the city and there’s never a mention of police, gunshots in London are very rare to the police show up? No. They don’t get paid but yet and after the protagonist is turned, he never returns to his apartment and they never talk about money. They’re supposed to be the good guys or at least he is, but he allows people to be robbed and hurt and he does nothing. It’s mentioned several times how he’s a Boy Scout, but his actions don’t reflect that. And what is it with this writer‘s inability to use the subjunctive?! Is he so famous that his editors are scared to correct him? Are used to think Simon order Great writer, now that I’m older and I know how it should be done, he’s mediocre at best. If you guys are looking for a light read and you don’t mind errors, this might be fun. For the more discerning readers, however, you might find the errors I found to be distracting and detracting. Enjoy!

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J&K

A great listen. Good fun, tongue-in-cheek all the way. Lots of action and violence. Excellent reading1

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First SRG book I have not loved

I am a huge fan of Simon R Green and have read and re-read the Nightside series, the Secret Histories, the Deathstalker series, the Ghosthunters, the Ishmael Jones series, the standalones, etc. also love the narration of Gildart. Unfortunately, I couldn’t get even halfway through this book. I found it to be missing the trademark humor and the magic and ethos of all of his others. Perhaps it was the necessary violence of the subject matter, that for some reason here came across differently and without the same heart or soul of his other writings, but I found myself wondering if someone else wrote this one under his name. Sorry to feel this way; I thought I would never meet a Simon R Green book I did not love, but this is it.

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Not a bad gothicpunk

There's a lot of talking between action scenes, which are brief but very well executed; beyond that it's not a bad story, if you don't mind characters who aren't the most likeable--after all, they're monsters.

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Takes one to stop one

The new Simon R Green story is hopefully the start of a new series. Simon takes the Monster Clans on and does let up. Green has his usual flare for twists and turns and does some unexpected things the keep you guessing. Gildart Jackson did an amazing reading a brought the characters to you and emerged you in the tale. Hope there is more soon.

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It's fine

I really like Simon R Green for his world building.
All the other books of his I've read I've loved because it's a very well developed world, with weird stuff going on JUST outside of where people are looking for it.
This is fine, but not great.
there's a couple spots where I think we're supposed to be surprised that the "answer" was there all along, but I remember it as being spelled out, like a threat earlier in the book, so not really a shock.
I liked the idea, but I could tell where it was going pretty quick. And there wasn't a twist, it was just " Bad people are doing bad things, and they'll keep doing it unless we do them, so let's stop then. oops, maybe violence wasn't the best solution"

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Eh...

So to start off if you have not read the original version of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde then you need to understand that Hyde is the embodiment of the most evil desires of Dr. Jekyll. The violence is brutal, and Hyde revels in it. I was hoping with this book that it would be a great spin on the the old story bringing it into the modern era. But honestly it capitalizes too much on the violence of the old story. It's seriously mindless violence every other chapter that adds nothing to the plot, and quite frankly I gave up trying to listen to it. I will be returning this title to get the credit back because it just wasn't worth it.