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Publisher's Summary

Where does an angel go when he’s been to Hell and back?
Renegade angel Bobby Dollar does not have an easy afterlife. After surviving the myriad gruesome dangers Hell oh-so-kindly offered him, Bobby has returned empty-handed – his demon girlfriend Casmira, the Countess of Cold Hands, is still in the clutches of Eligor, Grand Duke of Hell. Some hell of a rescue.
Forced to admit his failure, Bobby ends up back at his job as an angel advocate. That is, until Walter, an old angel friend whom Bobby never thought he’d see again, shows up at the local bar. The last time he saw Walter was in Hell, when Walter had tried to warn him about one of Bobby’s angel superiors. But now Walter can’t remember anything, and Bobby doesn’t know whom to trust.
Turns out that there’s corruption hidden within the higher ranks of Heaven and Hell, but the only proof Bobby has is a single feather. Before he knows it, he’s in the High Hall of Heavenly Judgement – no longer a bastion for the moral high ground, if it ever was, but instead just another rigged system – on trial for his immortal soul…
Sleeping Late on Judgement Day is the third installment of Tad Williams’ urban fantasy Bobby Dollar series!
©2014 Tad Williams (P)2014 Penguin Group US
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By Harry Boyle on 10-30-14

I am already waiting for the fourth in thje Series

Where does Sleeping Late On Judgement Day rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

I have listened to hundreds of audio books. This one is in the top ten percent.

What about George Newbern’s performance did you like?

He reads the book at a fast pace which is exactly what is needed to keep the listener in all the way.

Any additional comments?

I personally like the style the author uses. He weaves off the point intentionally and then pops back in at exactly the right time. Great job.

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By Sandy on 09-12-17

Lots of action

I liked this book. I didn't like it as much as the previous two books. This one had too much detail when describing the battle scenes for my taste. All in all, I recommend it, though.

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