Paths Not Taken (Nightside, Book 5) by Simon R. Green
By Simon R. Green
John Taylor simply found his long-gone mom created the Nightside—the darkish center of London—and intends to damage it. to save lots of his birthplace, he'll need to commute again via a truly distant—and most likely deadly—past.
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