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Infernal Angel [NOOK Book]

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A TOUR OF HELL

In this second installment of horror-master Edward Lee’s critically acclaimed INFERNAL series, join hybrid demons, zombie prostitutes, and Fallen Angels as they journey through the smoking, blood- and-gut splattered streets of the Mephistopolis—Lucifer’s eternal city of the damned.


A city…in Hell. That’s what Hell is now, ...
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Overview

A TOUR OF HELL

In this second installment of horror-master Edward Lee’s critically acclaimed INFERNAL series, join hybrid demons, zombie prostitutes, and Fallen Angels as they journey through the smoking, blood- and-gut splattered streets of the Mephistopolis—Lucifer’s eternal city of the damned.


A city…in Hell. That’s what Hell is now, an endless metropolis spiring with black skyscrapers, raging in eternal horror. The moon is black and the sky is the color of blood. Screams rip down streets and through alleys, carried by malodorous winds. The people of this place trudge the sidewalks back and forth, to home, to work, to stores, etc., just as they do in any city. There’s only one difference. In THIS city, the people are all dead.

Now, two normal living humans, humans just like you, have discovered the most time-held occult secret. They have the ability to enter this city of the damned, but with powers greater than even a Fallen Angel. They’re angels themselves now—infernal angels. One means to foil the most monstrous plot ever devised, the other means to set it into action and bring all the evil of Hell to the Living Earth.

Join them on their journey. Join them in the guts of the City Infernal…

WELCOME BACK…TO HELL
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016049489
  • Publisher: Necro Publications
  • Publication date: 1/21/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 272
  • File size: 239 KB

Meet the Author

Edward Lee is the author of almost fifty novels and numerous short stories and novellas (or is it novellae? Hmm.) Several of his properties have been optioned for film, while Header was released on DVD in 2009; also, he has been published in Germany, England, Romania, Greece, and Austria. Recent releases include Bullet Through Your Face and Brain Cheese Buffet (story collections), Header 2, and the hardcore Lovecraftian books The Innswich Horror, Trolley No. 1852, Pages Torn From A Travel Journal, Going Monstering, and Haunter of the Threshold. One of Lee’s creative ambitions is to one day write an effective M.R. James pastiche.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 18, 2005

    hell on earth

    'Infernal Angel' is just as good, if not better than its prequel 'City Infernal'. In the 1st book (City Infernal), the story focused mainly on Cassie and her 'dead' friends adventures in hell, as they searched for Cassie's dead twin sister 'Lissa', escaping danger around every corner, as they found themselves in the middle of an unholy war. Although the devil is mentioned in the book, there was only one short chapter in which he actually spoke,or had any action. In 'Infernal Angel' not only is the devil mentioned through out the book, but he also speaks and has action scenes in what seems like every chapter. The way he speaks and the things he does leaves chills in your spine as you read about how he came to be, and why one of his nicknames is 'the master of lies'. And the devil's final confrontation with Cassie at the end of the book, absolutly took my breath away, and made my heart pound as I read every word, constantly looking over my shoulder as I turned the pages. Although it was a shame that 'Infernal Angel', didn't include, and then go into more detail about what happend to 'City Infernal's' lovable characters 'Hush' and 'Via', the introduction of an angel from Heaven that comes to aid Cassie on her new adventure, 'Angelese' brought a breath of fresh air, and alot of unexpected comedy and fearce drama scenes between 'Angelese' and 'Cassie'. ' Angelese' also answered the age old question...yes, some angels do say bad words. The other new character 'Walter' became more and more annoying to read about, as examples of his 'nerdy ways' and cowardness were stressed over and over throughout the book. But the reason it was stressed so much became clear in the end of the book,as he committed a brave, brave act... In the 1st book 'City Infernal', most of the action and story took place in hell. In this sequel 'Infernal Angel, alot of the action and story takes place on earth, as the devil finds a way to place his kingdom of hell on earth for short periods of time, terrorizing and killing all humans in his way. This was a wonderful book to read, a book that I would recommend to everyone. With its haunting and graphic details, a chilling story line about the devils plot to take over the earth once and for all, and a character in 'Cassie' that you find yourself feeling attached to, this is a great book that will povide hours of scary reading. Pleeeeease Pleeeeease let there be a 3rd book in this series!!!!!!! Or even better, a movie(movies)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 25, 2005

    Pretty good sequel

    I just got done with Infernal Angel and I think that is a pretty good sequel to City Infernal. It has lots of action and suspense to go along with a solid story. Cassie returns to continue her quest to find her sister Lissa. I have to admit though that I was very disappointed that Via and Hush wasn't in the sequel. They really helped make City Infernal a great novel. I also wished Lee would have completely explained what happened to Ezoriel. I thought he would be one of the central characters in this book, but it never really brings him up. I was really disappointed by that, but those things aside if you liked City Infernal you wont be disappointed by Infernal Angel. It isn't quite and good as the first but it is very good in its on right. There are a lot of new characters and its takes you to new parts of Mephistopolis. Lee is becoming one of my favorite writers. I am just starting Monstrosity right now and if it is half as good as these two books were I know I will enjoy it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 31, 2005

    Disgustingly Good!!

    I enjoyed this book so much. You must read the first part, City Infernal, also a good gory read. The descriptions of hell and its inhabitants are horrific, yet you can't turn away.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 3, 2004

    Not bad, not great

    This is a well written book briefly touching on the quantum theory of superposition in relation to the twins, but the plot feels incomplete. The descriptions of the underworld are of course gory, but well described. The author needed to take more time with this book and expand on what was published.

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