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Hell - Mur Lafferty
Hell
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From the 2012 John W. Campbell Award Nominee and Two Time Parsec Award WinnerPraise for the Afterlife Series"It’s like a Unifying Theory for all religions and mythologies, binding together diverse cosmologies into a coherent, end-of-the-world tale in which the deepest human values may not be... show more
From the 2012 John W. Campbell Award Nominee and Two Time Parsec Award WinnerPraise for the Afterlife Series"It’s like a Unifying Theory for all religions and mythologies, binding together diverse cosmologies into a coherent, end-of-the-world tale in which the deepest human values may not be enough to save us. Full of surprises and pointed observations about human behaviour." ~Minister Faust, author of From the Notebook of Dr. Brain and The Alchemists of Kush"Lafferty is a funny writer, with a clear obsession for afterlife mythos and an admirable hand at drawing likable characters... one of the most promising writers... It's great to see her turning out such good work already!" ~BoingBoing.com (Cory Doctorow)The popular Afterlife Series continues with journeys into the realms of punishment.Kate and Daniel are reunited, but they have to return to their duties in traveling the afterlife. There are stolen souls suffering without cause in Hell, and only they can help. Kate is back in her corporeal body, but is distracted by her recent brush with the divine. Daniel carries the magic of an old god, the sword of a death goddess, as well a grudge against the deity who tricked him into losing nearly everything. Can Kate and Daniel - not to mention the cosmos - handle everything the Afterlife throws at them?Nominated for the 2007 Parsec Award for Best Novella Podcast
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Format: kindle
ASIN: B0053ZKJ6M
Pages no: 108
Edition language: English
Series: The Afterlife Series (#2)
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Quite the Wondering Selection
Quite the Wondering Selection rated it
3.0 Hell
Didn't love the book, nor the never-ending journey through the various Hells and interactions with gods. I really did like, however, the guest appearance of the John Michael Smith clones from the JC Hutchins 7th Son Trilogy.
myworldinwordsandpages
myworldinwordsandpages rated it
5.0 Book Review: Hell by Mur Lafferty
Kate and Daniel, pick up their next journey with their ventures through Hell. They are now needed to save the souls that are missing from Heaven, and release those that shouldn't be in Hell. Along the way, they find things are in chaos, and they might be able to help restore some order to order of t...
REALJimBob
REALJimBob rated it
3.0 Hell
[a:Mur Lafferty|97284|Mur Lafferty|http://d.gr-assets.com/authors/1314461906p2/97284.jpg] gives no quarter here – there is no backstory, no exposition, no previously on. The unwary reader will find themselves dropped straight into the action, continuing immediately from the events of [b:Heaven|11408...
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