Saturday, 9 December 2017

Review: Last Call at the Last Chance - Seanan McGuire

It's time to go back to the Last Dance Diner for a midnight encounter with Bobby Cross, in the shadows of the neon lights, where the twilight holds sway...

November 2017 Patreon Story

Incryptid Series:
14 Jonathan Healy & Frances Brown Short Stories (Read for free on Seanan McGuire's website)
2 Alice Healy & Thomas Price Short Stories (Read for free on Seanan McGuire's website)
Discount Armageddon
Midnight Blue-Light Special
4 Antimony Price Short Stories (Read some for free on Seanan McGuire's website)
3 Istas and Ryan Short Stories (Read most for free on Seanan McGuire's website)
Half-Off Ragnarok
1 Sarah Zellaby and Arthur Harrington Short Story (Read for free on Seanan McGuire's website)
5 Verity Price & Dominic De Luca Stories (Read for free on Seanan McGuire's website)
Pocket Apocalypse
Chaos Choreography
1 Elsie Harrington Short Story (Short Story in the Shadowed Souls anthology)
Magic for Nothing
1 Aeslin Mice Short Story (Purchase though Seanan McGuire's Patreon Page)

Ghost Stories Series:
(Stories are set in the Incryptid World)
Sparrow Hill Road
Train Yard Blues (Short Story in the Coins of Chaos anthology)
The Ghosts of Bourbon Street (Crossover Short Story with Verity from the Incryptid series free on Seanan McGuire's website)
Last Call at the Last Chance (Short Story available via Seanan McGuire's Patreon Page)
The Girl in the Green Silk Gown (2018)

Visit Seanan McGuire's website for more information

Review:
Last Call at the Last Chance is a short story available to purchase via Seanan McGuire's Patreon Page and it's set in the same world as Sparrow Hill Road and the Incryptid series. There no crossover here with characters from the Incryptid stories but we do get a chance to catch up with Emma from the Last Dance Diner which was nice. It's a shame that Bobby Diamond had to put in an appearance and ruin her evening but it wouldn't be much of a ghost story be without an evil villain who is up to no good.

Seanan has a way of getting me fully invested in even the shortest stories and I enjoyed this one just as much as I expected to. I'm really glad to see that she has written another full length novel set in this world and I'm definitely looking forward to reading The Girl in the Green Silk Gown when it publishes next year.

Source: Purchased

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