Sympathy for the devil?
While some call him John, he's more widely known as the devil. He's fun, egotistical, and more than a little handsome, but more importantly, he's bored and looking for something to do to spark things up. Not to mention, he is in desperate need of some friends, which he inadvertently finds in Pierce and Calla - who are gods in their own right, but on the side of good.
Chaos and mayhem follow John at every turn, until he eventually loses all his powers to his bitch of a wife who overthrows him and takes on the role of Satan herself. But there's no need to feel sympathy for John - he is the devil, after all.
This is one comedic fantasy you won't be able to put down.
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Satan and white lighters as friends?
- Mary Karowski
This was a very pleasant surprise. Good story with really good narration. Thought the ending was a little too neatly done, but was an entertaining story nonetheless. I think the author has a good niche with this group of characters, hopefully there will be more.
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