Sunday, 20 April 2014

URBAN FANASY REVIEW: Once Upon a Time in Hell - Guy Adams

Release Date: 02/01/14
Publisher:  Solaris


Heaven? Hell? There's no difference. Angels, demons, we're all a bit of both. This could be the most wondrous place you ever experience or so terrifying it makes you pray for death. Not that death would help you, of course; there's no escape from here...Wormwood has appeared, and for twenty-four hours the gateway to the afterlife is wide open. But just because a door is open doesn't mean you should step through it...Those who have travelled to reach the town are realising that the challenges they've already faced were nothing compared to what lies ahead. The afterlife has an agenda of its own, and with scheming on both sides of reality, the revelations to come may change the world forever.


I’m always a huge fan of something a little different so when this book from Guy Adams landed I was more than a little intruged at the concept within. As usual, Guy’s characters have a rounded feel that fit well into the timeline which he has created. They have a homely feel almost as if, as a reader, you’ve known them for quite a few years. Add tot his a real kickass storyline, a huge supporting cast that helps take the story forward and all round I was a more than happy reader.

Throw into the mix, a pace that really does keep the reader glued alongside dialogue that works wonderfully well and all round I was a more than happy reader.

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