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HIRAM GRANGE & THE TWELVE LITTLE HITLERS continues the misadventures of the scurrilous boozer and malcontent Hiram Grange. Though afflicted with a laundry list of dysfunctions, ...
HIRAM GRANGE & THE TWELVE LITTLE HITLERS continues the misadventures of the scurrilous boozer and malcontent Hiram Grange. Though afflicted with a laundry list of dysfunctions, addictions and odd predilections, Hiram Grange stands toe to toe (and sometimes toe to tentacle) with the black-hearted denizens of the Abyss, dispensing justice with the help of an antiquated Webley revolver and a Pritchard bayonet.
Posted May 20, 2014
Hiram Grange's goes on a drug-induced murdering spree of twelve Hitlers that sprang from a crack between dimensions. I can't really say anything else without giving away spoilers - this book made me repeatedly ask, "Is this really happening or is Grange hallucinating?" I had to keep reading to find out.
The drug use doesn't appeal to me but it's an effective means for depicting the flaws in the anti-hero's personality. I recommend this story for fans of both Hunter S. Thompson and H. P. Lovecraft.
I love that this series has many contributors - it's interesting to see Hiram told through different eyes and I'm eager to read the third installment for a new perspective.
Posted May 16, 2010
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