Book Review: The Wolves of London by Mark Morris
The Wolves of London by Mark Morris
Series Number: 1
Published: 24 October 2014
Page Count: 352
Psychology professor Alex Locke is an ex-convict, forced back into the criminal underworld when his daughter is threatened. After he agrees to steal a mysterious Obsidian Heart, Locke is pursued by unearthly assassins known as the ‘Wolves of London’. Soon he discovers the heart can enable him to travel through time, and while it bestows him with his own dark powers, it also corrupts...
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The Wolves of London is one of those novels that ended up being absolutely nothing like what I expected. It crosses the borders of multiple genres, and the best way I can think to describe it is similar to one of the darkest Doctor Who episodes. This isn’t that surprising, considering Mark Morris has written several Doctor Who novels himself. The Wolves of London is not my usual type of novel, it’s a bit too much mystery/thriller than I like my books, however, it has a plot that catches the attention and doesn’t let go. Once I got started, I had to keep reading to find out what happened next, to unravel the mysteries that just kept building on top of each other. Then time travel got into the mix, and I was hooked.


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