Publish date: October 10th 2013
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Series: Samuel Johnson vs. the Devil (#3)
It took me longer to finish than I would have liked because no one would leave me alone to read in peace. This a fantastic sequel to The Gates and The Infernals. I still can't decide if the best part of this series is the actual story, the chapter titles or the footnotes. I can't say much without ...
Nurd and Wormwood, once residing in the outskirts of Hell, now find themselves house guests in Samuel Johnson's mum's house. Nurd continues his revolutionary work as a crash test...man, and Sam has embarked on an equally dangerous stint as Lucy Highmore's boyfriend. All is not well in the Multiverse...
Criminy that was fantastic! I really loved it, the story, the characters, the tone. SO funny and so very very FUN! I still wish I'd started at the beginning of the trilogy, but once I started this book I couldn't (wouldn't) stop.I must needs seek out other (all) books by John Connolly. I love his st...