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Hellzapoppin' (Clovenhoof Book 4) by [Goody, Heide, Grant, Iain]
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4.7 out of 5 stars 39 customer reviews
Book 4 of 6 in Clovenhoof (6 Book Series)

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1022 KB
  • Print Length: 351 pages
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  • Publisher: Pigeon Park Press (1 Oct. 2015)
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  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0134M97MC
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 39 customer reviews
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How often can you really laugh out loud or until tears are streaming when reading a book? This is one of them - at least it was for me.
Allthough it is the fourth book in the series, you don't need the other three books to get into the story. I think it is the funniest of them all, so far.
The story is fluctuating between two locations: hell with some of its inhabitants and a Welsh island - monastery with the monks living there. Soon enough there will be connection between the two worlds. Thanks to the authors! I needed that!
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Great characters and an incredibly funny story that had me giggling at the antics of everyone involved. It is grossly descriptive about the torture yet hilarious at the same time, with a great outcome that left me smiling. This series gets better with every book, always fresh and fun.
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Thanks for another wonderful insight into your alternate version of heaven and hell. I prefer this version to the one we have accepted as the real one and hope whichever one I end up in is like this.
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This book had me laughing from the start, though you really need to buy the others in the series first.
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Hellzapoppin' is the fourth book in the Clovenhoof series and whilst it is part of a series it can easily be read as a stand alone.

The story is set in St Cadfan's, which unbeknown to the occupants, has a staircase leading down to Hell. The reader gets a sense of how cut of St Cadfan's is to the outside world by the drawing of the island that pops up quite often through out the story.

Nothing ever seems to go straight forward on the Island and the monks seem to be forever running out of food. Luckily one of the monks is able to do wonders with seaweed! I have to admit to developing a craving for jelly babies after reading the novel, thanks to one of the characters having a bit of an obsession with them.

There is a whole array of characters, some that we have met before in previous books and some that are new. I always have great fun imagining what a lot of the characters look like in the story as they are just fabulous characters.

As usual the authors have created yet another very tongue in cheek story that is just 'heavenly' to read. This is one series where you wouldn't mind going to hell and meeting demons and the devil as they seem to have the most fun! Another highly enjoyable read.
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These authors have tied two worlds together to make them funnier than any single world could be. Unreligious yet all about Him, Hell, monks and demons: a perfect recipe.
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he Clovenhoof series continues to expand to Discworld-sized proportions with its fourth outing.

As with the third book, Hellzapoppin' boldly sidelines the central trio from the earlier novels, including the titular Clovenhoof himself, to allow focus on a new group of characters.

This 'new' group are the Welsh island-dwelling monks of St Cadfan's who appeared in Pigeonwings, and also the demon Rutspud who was introduced in Satan's Shorts. A few other familiar faces appear briefly, such as mischievous schoolboy Spartacus Wilson.

The plot focusses on a staircase between St Cadfan's and Hell, allowing monk Stephen and demon Rutspud to form an unlikely friendship, whilst they each have their own mysteries to solve.

As ever, Goody and Grant's trademark Pratchett-style humour is correct and present with vast amounts of theological material to play with. The decision to explore Hell was a good choice, considering the series has already visited Heaven, and allows the demons to shine after the saintly ensemble in Godsquad. The demons are a lot of fun, whether it be pencil-pushing Scabass or the inventor Belphegor who acts as Hell's answer to Q. This is a Hell where demons are punished with a room of kittens and an Enya compilation album.

The monks are equally good for a laugh. St Cadfan's is essentially Craggy Island from Father Ted, with habits instead of dog collars, and lots of them. They also share the same bickering buffoonery found at Unseen University in Discworld.

Add to that the vast number of tortured souls in Hell, which include Boudica, Beatrix Potter, Tesla, Escher, Florence Nightingale, Mama-Na and a Neanderthal, and you have the series' largest cast list yet.
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Well-written, clever and, most of all, hilarious! Having read the previous 3 books in the Clovenhoof series, I had high hopes and Hellzapoppin' didn't disappoint. It should, however, come with a warning to only read in public if you're OK with being that person who is sniggering out loud on the train :)
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