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on 20 July 2011
This was one of the most entertaining and enjoyable, laugh-a-page books I have read for a while. Johannes Cabal sold his soul to Satan and now he wants it back.
What I love about this book is that it promotes my view of Hell, which is that it's really rather a comical place to be, with a boss who changes the rules whenever he is want to do, which is most of the time.
In order to reclaim his soul, Johannes is set a challange by the devil, who of course has no intention of making anything easy. But with the reluctant help of his vampire brother, Johannes sees no reason why he can't play Satan at his own game, and win, even with all the little distractions sent to put him off along the way.
This book kept me turning the pages at a pace. Not was was I bored or tempted to skim. I loved the easy flowing syntax and constant humour on every page. A really good, light-hearted read with an unexpeccted twist of the tail at the very end.
Did I hear there was a sequel?