Thank you so much @Rostum
for that link, it certainly didn't disappoint. I don't mind waiting longer for The Hanging Tree
as I love this series and also I might be featured more prominently. Not been around lately and feeling neglected, but probably I'll be a real bitch again - sigh.
I enjoyed Foxglove Summer
mainly because it brought the plot away from London for a pleasant change. I love London to distraction and books set there are a bonus, but so much UK urban fantasy is London based it is good to have new locations introduced. There are little touches of humour that just pop up in these books that make them such a pleasure and easy to sit back and enjoy.
Last time I was in London I went find St Paul's Covent Garden, where the first book began and discovered it is the Actor's Church and there were many interesting memorials and the seats in the little garden space were donated in memory of actors. Well worth a look.
Here's a fairly useful link http://follypedia.wikia.com/wiki/The_Follypedia_Wiki
It would be great if some of the truly marvellous covers were available for sale as large posters. This cover looks less detailed but I have spent hours looking at earlier ones with a magnifying glass as they had intricate detail, interest and little jokes crammed in those maps but they are tiny.@Pwibble
I enjoy the audible versions as well, they couldn't be better. The narrator, Kobna Holdbrook-Smith, has caught Peter's characters perfectly. Wonder if he was Peter in the trailer.
Spoiler for Hiden:
I particularly liked the change of direction and introduction of new characters, the hints about Molly's origins, Beverley Brooks adventures and as for weird sex, hey Beverley is a luscious babe, use your imagination.
Yaay, don't you realise Peter has probably sired a new baby river? How cool is that?
What Molly packed for Peter in that trunk was so funny. It was as though she thought he was going on an early 20th century aristocratic country weekend, huntin, shootin' and fishin'.
Good that Leslie only featured remotely and occasionally, more to keep that particular sub plot alive, but didn't intrude on the story. Of course we are meant to be feeling sympathetic towards her because of her face, regardless of the end of Broken Homes, but to be honest the Leslie saga has been dragged out so long now I'm tired of it, that's my only complaint in the series. I hope we do go back to The Folly, would like to know more about Nightingale sometime.