The Lazarus Gate Epub ✓ The Lazarus ePUB ✓

The Lazarus Gate Epub ✓ The Lazarus  ePUB ✓ London,Captain John Hardwick, an embittered army veteran and opium addict, is released from captivity in Burma and returns home, only to be recruited by a mysterious gentlemen s club to combat a supernatural threat to the British EmpireThis is the tale of a secret war between parallel universes, between reality and the supernatural a war waged relentlessly by an elite group of agents unsung heroes, whose efforts can never be acknowledged, but by whose sacrifice we are all kept safe

10 thoughts on “The Lazarus Gate

  1. Heidi The Reader Heidi The Reader says:

    A science fiction tale about an opium addicted former soldier and a mystery that could doom the whole worldI have learned, this past year, what fear truly is, and I doubt if I shall ever sleep well again knowing it This then, is my story the true and honest testimony of John Hardwickpg 14, ebook

  2. Peter Stock Peter Stock says:

    Rating 2.20I really wanted to love this book Partly because the beginning was very well done and also because I bought this book with no idea what it would be like spending money for it nonetheless But after page 150ish, my interest in the story and characters deteriorated slowly.After the main characte

  3. Seregil of Rhiminee Seregil of Rhiminee says:

    Originally published at Risingshadow.Mark A Latham s exciting and richly told novel, The Lazarus Gate, was a most pleasant surprise for me It s an exceptionally entertaining novel that combines many different elements in an amazing way It s a veritable page turner that may cause temporary literary addiction, be

  4. Daniel Etherington Daniel Etherington says:

    2.5 stars.Starts well, with some convincing descriptions of late Victorian London, but then it starts to suffer from some heavy handedness Plot lurches forward in fits and starts with characters providing huge chunks of exposition Some previously unmentioned magical or supernatural device appears to get things out of a

  5. Barbara ★ Barbara ★ says:

    My biggest problem with this book is that John Hardwick is so not the right person to be a spy He s naive, too trusting, loyal to a fault, an opium addict though he is trying to fight this and suffering from PTSD Heck he hasn t been back a week from 6 months of being tortured when he is recruited So I struggled to believe that

  6. KevinF KevinF says:

    Really enjoyed this book until the ending Hated the ending, plus if there is a 2nd book the villain is totally justified in all the bad she does, and I will be hoping she defeats the protagonist.

  7. Debby Kean Debby Kean says:

    And I couldn t finish it, sadly I got to the middle and it took such a radically different direction that I decided that life is too short to read rubbish.

  8. Morgan Wiley Morgan Wiley says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I liked this book We read it for our May book club book and we both enjoyed it Yeah, it s a two man book club But we both liked it well enough that we re going to read the sequel, The Iscariot Sanction Do I think it s the best book I have ever read No The best book I have

  9. Laura Laura says:

    Alternate universe trying to take over our earth Set in Victorian England Very well done.

  10. Donna Donna says:

    1st in this great fantasy series Lots of plot twists

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