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A Catalogue of Catastrophe (2022)

by Jodi Taylor

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Punching well above their weight, Max and Markham set out to bring down a sinister organisation whose roots might be firmly embedded in the future but whose focus is the past. Max's focus is staying alive long enough to reunite with Leon and Matthew - alternately helped and hindered by St Mary's, who aren't always the blessing they like to think they are. And that's not all. Are the effects of constantly leaping around the timeline beginning to make themselves felt? Is Max going mad? Or are the ghosts of the past finally catching up with her?… (more)
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Max gets through some pretty rough adventures in addition to reacting badly to not sitting still in time but this still manages to drag a bit and to wear at any sympathy the reader might retain for the adventure addicted historian. But stuff keeps happening and so one keeps reading ( )
  quondame | Jul 24, 2023 |
As usual, chaos reigns in the latest episode of this ongoing and delightful series. Following Max through her usual peregrinations is always wonderfully confusing; her current flashbacks make it bountifully bewildering. Just finished this issue and lamenting my wait for the next one. ( )
  jamespurcell | Nov 20, 2022 |
A Catalog of Catastrophe - Taylor
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I’m beginning to share Max’s anger and frustration. No one ever tells her anything. This book also feels out of sequence because I’ve already read the books in the Time Police Series with St. Mary’s characters appearing in a later timeline. Small complaints. I enjoyed the Pros and Cons’ intervention in the Gunpowder Plot. This was a fun addition to this series. ( )
  msjudy | May 30, 2022 |
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Punching well above their weight, Max and Markham set out to bring down a sinister organisation whose roots might be firmly embedded in the future but whose focus is the past. Max's focus is staying alive long enough to reunite with Leon and Matthew - alternately helped and hindered by St Mary's, who aren't always the blessing they like to think they are. And that's not all. Are the effects of constantly leaping around the timeline beginning to make themselves felt? Is Max going mad? Or are the ghosts of the past finally catching up with her?

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