The Divine Dantes: Squirt Guns in Hades

The Divine Dantes: Squirt Guns in Hades

by Andrew Barger


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ISBN-13: 9781933747415
Publisher: BottleTreeBooks
Publication date: 01/11/2013
Pages: 260
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.59(d)

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The Divine Dantes: Squirt Guns in Hades 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Would've rated higher but didn't like the abrupt ending
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Didn't Like It At First The first 90(or so) pages of this book were bad. I had to drag myself through them. I was going to rate it 1.5 stars. I decided to give the book a chance and kept on reading. It became better (thank God). I started to like Edward just a liiiitle bit. Virgil is just a loveable but quiet character. I really want to know more about Bea. Like I said, the book got better and then it just ended. I was annoyed(in a good way) that it just ended. You know how you're eating delicious ice cream from the tub and it just finishes and you weren't expecting it to. Yeah. That's how I feel. It left me wanting more. Which is why I'm interested in reading the next book. We Blog About Books
Jlavuire More than 1 year ago
This book definitely has one of the most unique plots that I have ever came across, it has a nice twist and blend of some classic and contemporary elements that really give the story a very creative vibe. One major factor that really stood out to me was the author's sense of humour. Most of the time comedy books make me crack a smile at the most but with this book I actually caught my self laughing out loud at one point which is really rare for me. Some of the scenes were so ridiculous that I had to read them twice just to make sure I didn't misinterpret it, this was mainly due to the clever dialogue and the characters, which I must say are portrayed really well - they are not static or bland in anyway and they are a big part of why I enjoyed this book so much. If you're looking for something different, new, and unlike any of the other generic books that seem to be saturating the market these days, then this book is probably for you.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Andy is a great writer with a command of language and a quirky since of humor-great read!!!