The Labyrinth Index is book 9 in Charles Stross’s Laundry Mythos-spy series. It’s quite fun to read, although I’m not enjoying it in the same, ah, visceral way that I believe Charlie intends. I imagine that people who began freaking out about current events after, oh, I dunno, June 23rd 2016 (and who graduated to raw terror and panic after November 8th of that same year) will find this book deeply scary; for my part, it’s just another The Horror At Red Hook. I’m just not scared by what scares the author, that’s all. But I can still enjoy the aesthetic, and this is a pretty good installment in the Laundry series.