Page 45 Review by Jonathan
The debonair and devilish Jaeger, knower of hidden short-cuts and errr... much other useful stuff, takes centre stage in the first colour FINDER material!
It took me a little bit of getting used to that, actually, it being in colour, though I'm not sure exactly why. I guess I'm just subconsciously familiar with how it has always been before. It's a statement on the quality of the previous material perhaps that I actually found it a little distracting at first, but ultimately the colour is a very welcome addition.
So, what we have here is something which actually adds as much to the mystery of the man as sheds lights on his many secrets, as he forced to take a job, a proper job, and so becomes a parcel delivery man. Which, you might think, would be a waste of his prodigious talents. But no, because these parcels are in places virtually impossible to make a delivery to... For any ordinary person, that is.
And, of course, along the way, Jaeger as ever finds time to become unnecessarily embroiled in other peoples' business, as well as just doing the odd good deed like getting an old lady home safely. Mainly just getting himself neck-deep into trouble, though.
I think this volume may prove a very good jumping-on point for new readers in that it starts off all fun and froth before descending into typically darker territory as the level of drama - and danger - escalates apace. Carla really does manage to pack a huge wealth of the diversity of the FINDER milieu into just this one book, a really great showcase for the spectacular speculative fictional world she has created.