back to article The Invisible Library – a playful, timey wimey, spook adventure tale

The Invisible Library has been billed by the publishers as a sort of Doctor Who meets spy thriller, where a secret society of spooks skip through alternate worlds and times looking to collect books on behalf of the eponymous library. Irene is the librarian in question, part spy, part thief, who uses her wits and the Language …

  1. phil dude

    where is...

    Dr Moon?


    1. BongoJoe

      I was thinking more of

      Where is Attrus?

      1. Brewster's Angle Grinder Silver badge

        Re: I was thinking more of


  2. Paul J Turner

    So why do I see...

    eBook - £5.99, Paperback - £7.99 ?

    You have - "Price £3.59 (Ebook) / £5.59 (Paperback)"

    Presumably not raging VAT as the eBook is 66% more and the paperback is 43% more (approx).


    No worries, problem solved, Amazon has it cheaper than the publisher. Of course it does!

  3. Chazmon


    Conceptually sounds an awful lot like L space...

  4. The_Idiot

    I couldn't help but feel...

    ... stronger than usual echoes from other work - the three Librarian movies (Quest for the Spear (2004), Return to King Solomon's Mines (2006) and Curse of the Judas Chalice (2008)) and the current TV series 'The Librarians' - :

    But maybe that's just me. there _are_ only so many things to base a book/ movie/ TV series on after all :-).

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