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Praise for THE GATES:
'Brilliant. I loved every word of it. John has found a voice that compares favourably with Stephen King and Monty Python which is not an easy trick. The Gates is delightfully horrific and hilarious and will create legions of fans among the living and undead, who will be bloodthirsty for more.'(Eoin Colfer)
Even though it is meant to be a children's book, I thoroughly enjoyed this next installment of Samuel Johnson. It is a must read.......Published 5 months ago by Mrs. P, Harvey
Having been a fan of John Connolly since his first Charlie Parker novel I approached the Samuel Johnson books with some trepidation, fearing a new Harry Potter type series. Read morePublished 5 months ago by John O'Donnell
Loved coming back to Samuel, Boswell and Nurd. So easy to slip back into the characters and style. Onto The Creeps next!Published 8 months ago by Mr D H MacKay
In the second book in the series the action takes part in Hell. The descriptions of Hell and the various demons and monsters are very good. Read morePublished 12 months ago by B. Bampton
Samuel Johnson is good,but it was a bit boring. This one was probably the best book out of the two books(HELLS BELLS)
I would reccomend this book to children aged 8-14.
I bought this book not realising that I already had it under a different title,THE INFERNALS. If I had returned the book I would have had to pay the postage and consequently ended... Read morePublished 16 months ago by A. R. W. Jarvis
Nice to see something different from John Connolly. This is the follow up to 'Hell's Gates' and is just as barking mad as the first one! Read morePublished 23 months ago by Hedge Witch
Really liked this as it was very funny. The descriptions were really good and I could picture it in my head. The skulls with footnotes were pretty good as they explained stuff. Read morePublished on 1 Sep 2012 by C.Muck.
Is it any good? Well....if you are an avid reader of authors such as Pratchett, Adams etc, then this is nothing new. However, the re-hashed jokes are funny. Read morePublished on 13 July 2012 by mutlien