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Too Many Cases ➥ [Ebook] ➠ Too Many Cases By Julia Rancourt ➯ – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Jo is a man of multiple worlds He was born in the mundane world but while working as a private detective he inadvertently chased his uarry into Otheropolis a parallel world filled with magic Deciding Jo is a man of multiple worlds He was born in the mundane world but while working as a private detective he inadvertently chased his uarry into Otheropolis a parallel world filled with magic Deciding to stay Jo is joined by Simone Of Hecate his partner in ways than one and Too Many PDF or resumes his private detective work in his strange new homeBut when his private life in the mundane world comes under assault on top of three new cases and multiple attempts on his life Jo starts to wonder if maybe mundane was better than magical after all.


7 thoughts on “Too Many Cases

  1. Melanie Melanie says:

    I love stories with a combination of the magical and the mundane and while Too Many Cases promised just that the end result was sadly less magical Instead of the full world I was hoping to discover I got a hint that there was out there but never really saw behind the veilI did however really like the depiction of Jo Cross our main character who also happens to be a trans man The brief glimpse into how he relates with his family who is shall we say less than excepting a hint at his past and the personal stability his current relationship with Simone has given himOverall a good idea but one that needed a lot behind the story to really succeed well


  2. Chris, the Dalek King Chris, the Dalek King says:

    Jo lives his life caught between a series of two existences the magical and the mundane his past with his family and his future with Simone his life as a man while living with body still seen as female And despite how easy it might look to choose one over the other Jo can’t most of the time Which is why he finds himself back in the mundane world attending his mother’s wedding as a bridesmaid But even without the loathsome dress making things miserable there are mysteries afoot and magic meddlings taken place so Jo and Simone will have to put their detectives’ hats on and try to figure out who has it out for Jo’s family before the big day takes placeAs much as I found portions of this story amusing like when Jo is being hit on at the wedding and he shoots him down Hard I had a hard time getting into it The universe here is just not built up enough in the beginning for me to understand what the hell is going on and even as the story progresses and we learn I can’t help but feel like I was left in the dark too many times I even went back to check that this wasn’t the second book in the series because it read a lot like the author was operating under the assumption that we knew a lot than we actually did But as far as I can tell there have been no previous storiesThere was also and I think the title says it all too many cases This is only a little over 50 pages long and not nearly long enough to do all of these cases justice I was left feeling vaguely unsatisfied by almost all of them because none of them got the page time to really be flushed out I love mystery stories–especially ones that deal in magic–but the reason I love them is because I like trying to solve the mystery myself Here everything was a jumbled mess of clues with plot points coming out of nowhere and it didn’t really make for a good mystery let alone several of themI like the trans bits and the relationship stuff in this story but the plot really lets the whole thing down This book was provided free in exchange for a fair and honest review for Love Bytes Go there to check out other reviews author interviews and all those awesome giveaways Click below


  3. Finn Longman Finn Longman says:

    This is a uick read and appealed to me because it sounded like a magical crime novel PIs in another world Sign me up I've recently discovered that this is very much my thing Although I finished the book in about half an hour and found it reasonably enjoyable I'm still somewhat confused You see what I'm not sure about is whether it's really a standalone or whether it's intended to be read as a companion novella to a series that I don't know about I say this because although certain aspects were explained as you'd expect from the first book in a series others were taken as read and all the worldbuilding seemed very hurried and rushed over which was a shame because I felt they could potentially be really interesting On the whole that would be my main complaint the whole book felt rushed Now as I've said it was a uick read a novella than anything else However it had as much plot as a novel and it was only so brief because events were tersely summarised instead of shown and a lot happened exceedingly rapidly In many ways it was like a very detailed outline for a novel without the depth filled in I'm not great with short fiction so maybe I'm wrong but I felt the story would have been effective if it were allowed to fill a full length book What I did like was that the protagonist is trans but although this is a major part of his life it's not the focus of the story it plays into many of the plot points but isn't in and of itself a plot point you know I appreciate that kind of thing However I have to say that the book overall didn't uite click with me because I found it a little hard to follow without backstory and depth of worldbuilding especially as it had so much potential as something I'd really enjoy but didn't live up to it If this is part of a series this needs to be indicated clearly because this definitely inhibited my enjoyment of if


  4. Amanda Amanda says:

    Too Many Cases is an entertaining read I recommend this to anyone looking for a light uniue mysteryJo is interesting and well written with good depth and personality It is very refreshing to have a transgender main character He was really brought to life well but I would have preferred some depth in the rest of the story as wellThe world Julia Rancourt creates is intriguing but it would have been nice to explore it some It seemed like this story was a good introduction to Otheropolis and to Jo and Simone’s work and lives thereI wasn’t really engaged with the topics of the cases The mysteries just didn’t really grab me I see so much potential for interesting stories so I hope there will be to comeOverall I found this story amusing and uniue If there ends up being a seuel I will definitely give it a tryGenres Urban Fantasy Mystery TransgenderI received a free copy of this book through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review


  5. Nathan Nathan says:

    I liked the mysteries and the main characters but this book felt incomplete It didn't feel like otheropolis was a complete place I did like the attention to detail about the fountains and how wetness varied


  6. Melanie Melanie says:

    A Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Wordscom reviewRating 35 stars out of 5for the full review visit that reviewToo Many Cases was a neat little story by Julia Rancourt Full of a delicious setting called Otheropolis that joined with our mundane parellel world its main character is a detective called Jo trying to fit in in a world where he feels at home than he ever did in the world where he was born And there the clues start falling immediately for your first twist in the story That of gender Its wonderful and I loved Jo even for it being unexpected Jo has some of his own obstacles to overcome in this story as well as mysteries to solve Jo is joined by his partner Simone of Hecate a witchFor all our reviews author interviews and such visitfollow us at


  7. Magnolia Magnolia says:

    From Magnolia Reviews Two PetalsI liked this book It was fun but it needed work Nothing was fully fleshed out from the descriptions of the world and magic to the plot itself This story needed at least twenty thousand words to handle all the plot that was sueezed in There was so much potential there but since it wasn't realized I unfortunately can't recommend this book Read the full review on Maggie's website


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