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Publisher's Summary

The Dirty Streets of Heaven is the first in a new set of fantasy-fuelled thrillers from the author George R. R. Martin cites as one of the major inspirations behind Game of Thrones: Tad Williams, international best-selling author of The Dragonbone Chair.
Bobby Dollar isn’t your average angel! Sure, he takes the occasional trip to Heaven, but his job as an advocate - arguing the fate of the recently deceased - keeps him pretty busy on Earth, and he's more than happy to spend the rest of his time propping up the bar with his fellow immortals. Until the day a soul goes missing, presumed stolen by "the other side".
A new chapter in the war between heaven and hell is about to open. And Bobby is right in the middle of it, with only a desirable but deadly demon to aid him.
©2012 Tad Williams (P)2012 Hodder & Stoughton
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By Jm Buckley on 10-01-12

Excellent!

I loved this book. I wasn't very sure about this book when I first started it. I am not usually into Urban fantasy. But this book grabbed me right from the start, I loved Bobby Dollar's character and the tryst with Cas, and the take on the whole heaven and Hell saga. Recommended.

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By Mr C I Taylor on 12-23-12

Interesting take on the age old battle

A modern day twist on the eternal battle between heaven and hell. I am a fan of this background setting and Tad Williams introduces some interesting ideas in his take on the subject. The protagonist occasionally lays the wise-cracking on a bit thick, but overall an entertaining read and I'm very much looking forward to the continuation of the series.

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By Jeremy on 01-21-15

I wanted to enjoy it but .....

Don't get me wrong, I'm a fan of Tad Williams. I have been since reading his early stuff 25 years ago. I've enjoyed some of his new stuff too (The War of the Flowers, for example).

This book came with some good reviews so I thought I'd give it a go. Unfortunately I just didn't enjoy it! I found it slow and unexciting, with two dimensional characters. Also, the narrator wasn't to my liking although he did a respectable job. I struggled to finish and can't say it will stick in my mind.

Hopefully others will enjoy it more than me.

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