Griffin, Kate -- The Neon Court

The urban wizard is just starting to get his pronouns under control, when a gang war breaks out between Faerie and a (nicely-realized) opposite-of-faerie clan. (Not the usual Unseelie Court trope.) Also, the sun keeps not rising and people don't notice. This series continues to build itself on city-texture in a way I like very much -- e.g., the uncanniness of no-daytime is first visible in the Underground, where morning commuters and pub-goers and dance-clubbers are all milling around in a nonsensical mix. We also get background on the scary not-quite-enemy assassin lady and the negative consequences of knocking out the most powerful sorcerer in the city (book 1) just because he happened to be an evil murdering bastard.

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