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Beelzebelle (Clovenhoof Book 5) by [Goody, Heide, Grant, Iain]
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4.8 out of 5 stars 46 customer reviews
Book 5 of 6 in Clovenhoof (6 Book Series)
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
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  • Publisher: Pigeon Park Press (14 April 2016)
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  • Language: English
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Everybody's favourite Prince of Hell is back, and this time he has a baby....and a monkey. What could possibly go wrong.

With Beelzebelle, the 5th in Goody and Grant's Clovenhoof series, Jeremy Clovenhoof (aka Satan, exiled from Hell and now living in suburban Birmingham) is back leading the story and where he goes, chaos follows. Trailing along in his wake, trying to pick up the pieces are his neighbours Ben and the man-hungry Nerys, and his nemesis Michael (aka St. Michael, exiled from Heaven, also living in the Birmingham area). And what is that chaos? - well, start with JC getting a baby (and a monkey), joining SCUM (Sutton Coldfield Union of Mothers) and getting himself, Ben and Nerys made temporarily homeless, then throw in a new church being built by a slightly dodgy seeming chap, the death of Nerys' dog and the sudden appearance of a mighty monster - The Beast of Boldmere.

As expected from this series chaotic scene follows chaotic scene but somehow the authors manage to tie everything up by the end. Just when you think things cannot get any dafter they somehow manage to up their game finishing up with a scene of such magnificent insanity and (that word again) chaos that it would take the likes of Cecil B DeMille to film it (and I would love to see a visual version of the Clovenhoof stories)

What I really like about these stories is that in Jeremy Clovenhoof Goody and Grant don't portray Satan as 'Ultimate Evil' just someone who likes a bit of fun and mischief, okay, a LOT of fun and mischief.
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The fifth in the Clovenhoof comic fantasy series returns to its roots.

The action is back in Sutton Coldfield in Birmingham and rejoins the original trio of characters - Clovenhoof, Nerys and Ben - for the first time since the second book.

This latest adventure sees Clovenhoof adopting a baby and learning the ropes of fatherhood. He meets the women of SCUM (Sutton Coldfield Union of Mums), hires a simian au pair called Gorky, and leads a breast-feeding protest against the dogmatic, smartphone-compatible Consecr8 Church.

Meanwhile, Michael is working for the ARC laboratory, owned by the Consecr8 Church, where its zealous benefactor Chip Malarkey has tasked him with obtaining the DNA of every animal on the planet...

Beelzebelle is funny, manic and rude, as you would expect from authors Goody and Grant. It is a joy to return to the original characters, especially Clovenhoof, AKA Satan, who was forced into retirement on Earth in the first novel. The debate about breast-feeding in public is a central theme in the novel, allowing Goody and Grant to try their hand at satire, whilst also coming up with endless comical synonyms for the word 'breast'. Norks?!

The novel also features the best villain in the franchise to date. Chip Malarkey is a self-righteous mogul/preacher with Farrage-style views on breast-feeding and what constitutes indecency. Rather than a God Complex, he has a Noah Complex, which leads to a very exciting finale.

On top of all this excitement, there is also the matter of the Beast of Boldmere, a ferocious monster wreaking havoc across Birmingham, accidentally created in the ARC laboratory from a curious mixture of DNA...
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Well, I pre-ordered Beelzebelle a couple of weeks ago (as soon as I found the release date). I'm an avid fan of the Clovenhoof series, and haven't raved so much about books to my friends for years. I wasn't disappointed.
I would, however, recommend reading the books in order, as recurring characters crop up.
Seriously, don't read it on a bus or train, as people will think you are bonkers for laughing out loud at the slapstick humour and hilarious situations the characters get themselves into.
I could write several paragraphs, but won't, as I would be tempted to give away spoilers.
Kudos to Heide and Iain, you nailed it. I will never look at my Yorkshire terrier in the same light again ;)
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Having been an avid reader and massive fan of the Clovenhoof series I have to say that I was really disappointed with this one. I struggled to get to the end of the book and I have to say it was a relief when I did. Unlike the previous stories, this one was really hard going. It seemed to me to be written in a completely different style, almost as if the writers had got bored and just described a few comic? scenarios more like a screen play rather than a joined up story. Unlike the earlier books, I didn't really like the theme or the content of this story - it sort of felt quite uncomfortable. Previously I have always loved the characters, the story lines were well written and extremely funny and I eagerly awaited each new publication. Very disappointed :(
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Belzebelle is the latest story about Jeremy Clovenhoof, also known as Satan. There are familiar characters from the previous books in the series, Satan himself of course, his neighbors Ben and Nerys and Michael, the archangel, but we also get to know some new characters.

As I read the story I continuously laughed out loud and I couldn't stop wondering how the authors could come up with all these bizarre twists and plots. The stories reference Christian religion, both the good and evil, in a really funny and a sarcastic way. Despite myself being a firm believer in God I find this sarcastic take on the religion extremely entertaining and funny and not offensive in any way as some might think.

In this story Jeremy shows us a gentle and soft side of him, but Michael on the other hand shows some darker devious sides. New characters are introduced, the main star character being Beelzebelle. Findus pancakes and Lambrini are crucial elements for surviving as always for Jeremy and some new friends appear. Free the nipple act made appearance and mommy baby parkour could really be a new hit. I also want to hire the monkey au-pair for myself!

I found the book absolutely hilarious. It has a fast pace, one disaster occurs after the other and it never loses your attention. I highly recommend this book to people who want to escape their day-to-day activities. It's well written, funny (did I mention that already?), imaginative and takes part in a place that is definitely not real or at least I hope I'll never get neighbors like in the story (although I would like to meet them!).

Even if you haven't read the other books in this series, don't let that stop you, a definite 5 stars from me.

Thank you Heide and Ian and TBConFB for the opportunity to read this book and get an advanced copy in exchange for my honest review.
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