King of the Nine Hells

King of the Nine Hells

by Dean Klein

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BN ID: 2940014241243
Publisher: Dean Klein
Publication date: 03/23/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 534 KB

About the Author

Dean Klein is a former industrial marketing director responsible for the research and development of new business for operating companies as well as for clients of Stanford Research Institute. In his private time, he developed a strong interest in the works of Michael Crichton. Inspired by the intellectual sophistication of this stellar author, Mr. Klein's works also display utterly captivating, very high-concept storylines worthy of Crichton, Brown and King. Mr. Klein has now completed two such novels for the secular market as well as, interestingly, a striking three-part Christian thriller inspired by the classic movie, Raiders of the Lost Ark. This elegant composition is already of strong interest to one of the largest motion picture studios in the world. These three novels, extraordinarily good and extraordinarily thrilling, are only the beginning of what will be a very successful second career.

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King of the Nine Hells 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A gripping tale of evil at its worse. The story captures you from page 1 and doesn't let you go! A plot that twists and turns alone the way accompanied by  intriguing characters. Read and then sleep with the lights on!!! A wonderfully written tale by an amazing and upcoming author. Can't wait for more to come!
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Kayti Nika Raet for Readers' Favorite In the King of the Nine Hells by Dean Klein, there is a book of black magic and dark sorcery, a book so evil that to even disparage it is to invite harm and ruin. It is called the Imprecatio Sortiarii and it is alive. After being safely hidden away for centuries, it is released into the world when a London book merchant, in a fit of avarice, steals the ancient tome and eventually sells it to David Carter, a man living in Connecticut. Heeding the book's nefarious whispers, David soon gets his every whim and desire granted; all he has to do is release the book's true master and let him wreak havoc on the world. Now it is up to Peter Ashford, a theologian at Oxford University, to find the book and stop its evil before all hell breaks loose. King of the Nine Hells by Dean Klein is a fast paced, action packed, exciting book that reads like a movie. It grabs you from the beginning and refuses to let up the suspense as the pages go by. Klein's description of the Imprecatio Sortiarii makes it something you definitely don't want in your house. Once you're finished reading King of the Nine Hells, you might want to sleep with the lights on after encountering its thoroughly creepy ending. An enjoyable read with hints of a sequel, King of the Nine Hells by Dean Klein is perfect for any reader looking for a night of thrills and chills.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago