Location, Location, Damnation

[PDF] Location, Location, Damnation | by ✓ Nick Moseley - Location, Location, Damnation, Location Location Damnation Trev Irwin didn t believe in ghosts which made it something of a shock when he saw one Working as an estate agent in the town of Brackenford isn t the hardest job in the world just ask Trev Irwin He
  • Title: Location, Location, Damnation
  • Author: Nick Moseley
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Location, Location, Damnation

About Author

  1. Nick Moseley is the author of The Brackenford Cycle, a series of humorous urban fantasy novels centred around Trev Irwin, a misanthropic estate agent who discovers a that he has latent psychic abilities, and b that most of the supernatural beings in Britain want to kill him.The first novel in the series, Location, Location, Damnation , was released in May 2013 and was followed in October 2013 by Deceased Estate , a standalone novella set between book one and the full length sequel, Hangman s Pond , which was released in January 2014.Nick lives in Worcestershire, England yes, where the sauce comes from He has previously worked as a salesman, warehouseman, estate agent and forklift truck driver, and proven himself mildly incompetent at all of them Writing has been an invaluable aid to preserving his sanity.

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  1. You wanted spooky, you got it, said Trev, a little unkindly.Welcome to the Midlands of England, to the sleepy little town of Brackenford, where Trev Irwin, realtor, is drafted into supernatural service Mr Irwin, having never even wrestled a crocodile, was completely unprepared for the existence of the supernatural This book sets up an urban fantasy of vampires, ghouls, ghosts, werewolves, and much all precariously balanced against each other and humanity It s unique and well done.I loved the pl [...]


  2. An unlikely Hero with destiny, thrust upon himk.A kindly Mentor who likes scotchk.A stern, brave Ghostk.A 1000s of years old Cat Spirit with a scathing witk.Ghouls that could be goblins who love the letter of the lawk.Magic weaponsk.Other dimensionsk.Body possessing Shadesk.Big Bad Demons with a penchant for collecting soulsk.A mystery to solvek.Werewolves with a self help groupk.Vampires with agendaskd a barrel full of chuckles, and belly laughsk.Nick Moseley has written a very clever, very wit [...]


  3. So I ran across this book on and decided to give it a go As the story started I found myself wondering where it was going The first few chapters maundered a bit as the author built his back story, but I found myself continuing on due to the sarcastic humor and the likable, everyday, down to earth, main character As the story wound on it began to pick up speed, each supernatural run in becoming intense than the last The sarcastic humor rose in equal measure There were several laugh out loud mome [...]



  4. Awesome fun In the same way as The Atrocity Archives gives you someone being thrown into something out of their depth, this starts in much the same way The main character is someone who is learning as you are which makes it easy to get into, and is also someone you can easily relate to On to book two D


  5. I liked it Might a Little unfair to it since I m in a book slump and have had trouble picking any book up, but I have been thinking about it while not Reading, and I very much like the MC who is not very likeable Very very not like able in fact It is nice to have a MC that is not glorified from the beginning The plot was a Little thin somethimes I felt, like it was a little to much things that just happened than there was thought through, but I at the same time got the feeling that it was a part [...]


  6. I was a bit wary, because just 5 star reviews on well, looks a bit fake actually So having finished it, I thought I would add mine Also 5 stars It is the start of a very promising set of urban fantasy books The lead character is an estate agent called Trev, who is a bit of a sarcastic git And he doesn t belive in ghosts either Quite fast paced and light hearted, but underneath rather sinister and just a little creepy Going to go read the next books now.


  7. This was a fun, fast read Yeah, the main character isn t the sweetest guy but at least his sarcasm is amusing and by the end, he steps up admirably The middle bits edged toward a guided tour of the local supernatural elements, but it didn t really detract from the story It s good beginning to a series, setting up the mythology and the characters I ll definitely be reading on.



  8. If I ever get to meet this tenant, I m going to kick him in the knackers Trev Irwin is your average, run of the mill, apartment dwelling, TV dinner eating, real estate agent He is witty with a crude sense of humor that throws a lot of shade and dishes it out better than he can take it Otherwise, he s a rather unremarkable bloke Until he starts seeing dead people.Thus begins Trev s journey into the realm of the supernatural replete with ghosts, ghouls, vampires, werewolves, talking cats, and inte [...]


  9. Fun, Fun ReadI really enjoy books about people who have abilities they didn t know they have I keep hoping I will have one one day In the meantime, books as fun as this one are a joy to read I just love critters, such as Oscar, with attitude Recommended Can t wait to see what happens in the next one


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