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A well written book with a creative premise. It makes a good arena for some historical trivia and to grind a few axes. It seems mostly aimed at an audience who likes creative, gratuitous violence and a heavy sprinkling of T & A. I made it most of the way through book one before giving up. I hope it gets better from there.
Reviewed in the United States on September 4, 2018
This is awesome! It's four books in one, a great deal. Poor Steve, doomed from a life of economics in life to the position of Super in death - straight to hell, fixing crap. What a crap deal he got! It's edgy, hilarious, creepy, and fun! And what to make it even better! Steve teams up with Orson Welles for all sorts of goings-on (yes, THAT Orson lol!). It's a rip-roaring good time, I really enjoyed the whole hellerific thing. Crazy adventures, recommended for a great listen :) I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
Reviewed in the United States on September 7, 2018
A year or so ago I reviewed the 4th book in this series .I didn't really like it but now I know I needed the background of all the others. This is a fun filled trip through all the levels of hell.Steve Minion and his co worker Orson(Wells of course) are superintendents for everything that goes wrong.They answer to Beezil,who answers to Satan.Each book is basically them trying to figure out why something isn't working.My favorite has to be 'If hell freezes over'.Just think what all could happen if it actually did! It's a fun,gross,you'll love it! Michael Gilboe was the perfect narrator.I was given this book by the narrator,author or publisher free for an honest review.
Reviewed in the United States on September 3, 2019
This series is incredibly enjoyable. It does have one or two moments of slowness, but those pages exist for a specific reason. It is a great series of book and a hilarious read. Think Terry Pratchett meets Christopher Moore.
Truly addictive read, it was hard to put down. Strong characters, well written dialogue and the “mysteries” the protagonist faces are complex and engrossing. Look forward to reading more in this series.