Looking to defend the world, Scottish sigil agent Aloysius MacBharrais is emotional and welcomes a change of heart from the troubled teenage actors who control the genre of pornography.
However, in an author’s note, Harne admits that in real life he struggled with Glasgowian speech.
The characters feel tired and overwhelmed by the Scottish accents, and the letters in the narrative weaken the accuracy of the narrative.
That conspiracy – the place where al-Mermari played after his seventh consecutive career – was amazing.
Ink & Sigil, by Kevin Herney, published by Orbit, .99 8.99.