Arthur Curie never expected to wind up in Hell. At least, not because he found an ancient sword in a pawnshop. To make matters worse, Hell isn't as he thought. It's a desolate wasteland under siege by an all-consuming void known as the Darkness.
Now, he's trapped with no way home, a ragtag army of women, and a sword whose only power is to modify the abilities of those around him. Not exactly winning odds.
Worse, if the Darkness isn't stopped, not only will it devour Hell, but Earth will be next on the menu.
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Protag Fell Out Of Sky, Hit 711 On The Way Down...
Long story short. this book was a lot of fun. It reminded me ALOT of Super Sale on Super Heroes, so much so I thought it was the same author. But I liked that book too. Anyway, this story was fun, there was a major plot hole that popped up about half way though the book that kept nagging at me. But was a fun book to consume, I didn't really feel emotionally invested in the character. I guess, on the off chance the author reads this... give us a good back story on a character, make us emotionally invested in them, I want to laugh and cry. But all I felt I got here was a few random emotional factoids. "Just like I lost my parents"; is the only time in this story you seem to mention ANYTHING about this characters life before the first sentence in the book (that and that he used to work at 711). Why does he like swords so much? Tell me more about his 7-11 existence, was his manager a hard nosed ex-military drill Sergent, did he have an ex-girl friend, did he once smuggle some coke into the US in a balloon in his butt. I need an emotional bridge if you want me to be invested in your series.
Anyways, good job, thanks for the book.
Narrator Needs Help