The Nimble Man

The Nimble Man Review

THEY ARE BEINGS OF MYTH AND LEGEND.
THEY POSSESS POWERS BEYOND IMAGINING.
THEY ARE OUR ONLY HOPE...

THE MENAGERIE

Behind the façade of a stately Boston brownstone, humanity's last defenses are being marshaled. Called to action by the enigmatic, brilliant man known only as Mr. Doyle, they hail from all planes of existence and are born from an array of supernatural and otherwordly back-grounds and bloodlines. But as the group struggles to come to terms with their shadowy pasts, personal demons, and conflicting loyalties, their greatest challenge awaits them.

Together, they will confront the minions of utter darkness, who have already begun their quest to resurrect the most malevolent of the fallen angels - whose wrath against mankind knows no bounds...




(Description from back cover of mass market paperback edition)

Title:The Nimble Man
Edition Language:English

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    Some Testimonial About This Book:

  • Doina

    This is a good start to a series. We have a cast of unlikely heroes, led by none other than Arthur Conan Doyle, and a very good story. This book has everything, vampires, shape shifters, demons, ghost...

  • Sara

    An ex boyfriend gave me this novel, comprised of characters that any christian reader should recognize. Don't get me wrong if you aren't christian you'll probably recognize the characters as well (and...

  • Donna

    This is an above average paranormal thriller with the Menagerie fighting the forces of evil who are trying to resurrect the most evil of the fallen angels, The Nimble Man, who was hidden in a limbo di...

  • Brooke

    This was an enjoyable urban fantasy book that was a bit like The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, with Adam and Eve and Arthur Conan Doyle as some of the recognizable characters. If you like the gen...

  • J'aime

    This novel had all the elements of a great urban fantasy: a cast of colorful characters (the Menagerie) including a vampire, a shapeshifter and a demon, led by a familiar yet newly interpreted figure ...

  • Shannon

    3.5 StarsDark urban fantasyFor the most part I liked this book, but it did have issues. It is book 1 of a series, and suffers the usual set-up problems of introducing the characters and building the w...

  • Phillip Brooks

    For the love of God, get a copy editor. I made it through one-half of the first chapter and had already marked five missing commas and a missing semi-colon in the typo reporting tool in my Kindle. Her...

  • Craig

    The Menagerie is a very pleasing series of collaborative urban fantasy novels by Thomas E. Sniegoski and Christopher Golden. They books feature a large and diverse cast of characters such as Sir Arthu...

  • Penny Crisp

    I had read the second book in the series and searched to try and find the others, my wonderful boyfriend got me the first one 'The Nimble Man' for Christmas. I quite like this series and wish they had...

  • Ketan Shah

    A good concept let down by poor writing. I got halfway through and couldn't be bothered to finish it. The writing is overly simplistic and sometimes phrases are repeated too often,giving it a sloppy f...