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Letters From Hades
     

Letters From Hades

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by Jeffrey Thomas
 

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A man awakens in Hell where he is schooled in the ways of the damned. And once educated, he is released to wander Hell on his own. He journeys from one city to the next, dodging demon patrols and avenging angels hunting the damned for sport. Along the way to the city of Oblivion, he discovers a band of rebellious damned have left a tortured and beautiful demon to rot.

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A man awakens in Hell where he is schooled in the ways of the damned. And once educated, he is released to wander Hell on his own. He journeys from one city to the next, dodging demon patrols and avenging angels hunting the damned for sport. Along the way to the city of Oblivion, he discovers a band of rebellious damned have left a tortured and beautiful demon to rot. He rescues her and sets in motion a series of events that could lead to the final battle between Heaven and Hell, angel and demon, demon and damned.

LETTERS FROM HADES is a travelogue of Hell�a world not that far from the very world we live in now. It is a story of rebellion, a story of love and a story of hope and rebirth set in a beautifully dark and textured world brought to brilliant life by Jeffrey Thomas, the acclaimed author of PUNKTOWN.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012424686
Publisher:
Necro Publications
Publication date:
04/24/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
220
Sales rank:
1,249,576
File size:
158 KB

Meet the Author

JEFFREY THOMAS is the author of such novels as Deadstock, Blue War, Health Agent, Monstrocity, Everybody Scream!, Letters from Hades, Boneland and A Nightmare on Elm Street: The Dream Dealers. His short story collections include Punktown, Punktown: Shades of Grey (with Scott Thomas), Voices from Punktown, Voices from Hades, Doomsdays, Aaaiiieee!!!, Unholy Dimensions and Thirteen Specimens. He is the brother of author Scott Thomas. They have both lived�and worked�in New England all their lives.

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5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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Man I really loved this book. A person on Brian Keen e's message board recommended it to me because I loved City Infernal so much. I was not dissapointed at all. It was a well thought out and developed novel. It is one of the more unique novels I've read. I think one of the most unique factors of it is that there isn't a Satan. It was really neat how the book developed without having that character. I really enjoyed the love story that was in Letters from Hades also. I usually don't like love stories, but I really did this one. You find yourself thinking that you would do the same thing if you were in that position, or at least I did. The only complaints I have is that it could have be longer, and that there isn't a sequel. It begs for one, and I hope Mr Thomas gives us one in the future. I highly recommend this book. It is defintaly a five star story.