A Cold Day in Hell
Deal with the Devil
The Reluctant Demon
Circles in Hell has been variously described as satire and humor, comedy fantasy, or paranormal humor in the spirit of Christopher Moore, Tom Holt, Douglas Adams, and Gary Larson. The series takes the everyday frustrations of modern life and expands them to hellish proportions.
You never know who you will run into in Cain's cracked inferno. You might encounter a great inventor, a movie star, a mythological being, a very large bat, and, of course, more than the occasional devil and demon.
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By Kelly Kenrick on 17-08-18
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I received the audiobook free in exchange for an honest review.
This is a very humorous story about Hell. Steve Minion was an economics professor in life. He's Hell's Super in death. The handyman. Think of the thing you dislike the most or are the worst at in life. That becomes your life, or your job in death. Why make things simple? No one is happy in Hell after all.
Steve is given a task, three actually. Fix the escalator to hell, fix the stairway between Heaven and Hell, and find out who is revolting in Hell and stop them.
As any good super would do, he designates. His assistant, Orson Welles is tasked with re-building the stairway, along with Edison, Ford, and Tesla; Steve, along with Alan Pickerton try to find out who the masterminds behind the revolt. Mix in the saintliness of Florence Nightingale, and you have one hell of a story.
The narration was very good; I enjoyed Michael's delivery and characterizations.
I have not actually finished listening to this audiobook, but I can say for certain, I'm going to love the rest of this audiobook.
By A User on 07-08-18
A hell of a story
I really like the narrator he does a very good job of bringing the characters to life. There are som parts that seem to go on but all in all a fun story