For a Few Souls More

For a Few Souls More The thrilling conclusion to the Heaven s Gate Trilogy The uprising in Heaven is at an end and Paradise has fallen becoming the forty third state of America Now angels and demons must learn to get alo

  • Title: For a Few Souls More
  • Author: Guy Adams
  • ISBN: 9781781082881
  • Page: 268
  • Format: Paperback
  • For a Few Souls More

    The thrilling conclusion to the Heaven s Gate Trilogy The uprising in Heaven is at an end and Paradise has fallen, becoming the forty third state of America Now angels and demons must learn to get along with humans The rest of the world is in uproar How can America claim the afterlife as it s own It s certainly going to try as the President sets out for the town of WoThe thrilling conclusion to the Heaven s Gate Trilogy The uprising in Heaven is at an end and Paradise has fallen, becoming the forty third state of America Now angels and demons must learn to get along with humans The rest of the world is in uproar How can America claim the afterlife as it s own It s certainly going to try as the President sets out for the town of Wormwood for talks with its governor, the man they call Lucifer Hell has problems of its own There s a new evangelist walking its roads, trying to bring the penitent to paradise, and a new power is rising Can anyone stand up to the Godkiller

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    1. Helen White

      This was a confusing end to the trilogy. It seemed very rushed and I'm not even sure where some of the characters went - they were killed or vanished so quickly! Shame as the first 2 books were good.

    2. Otherwyrld

      A disappointing end to the trilogy on the whole. Part of the problem was that pretty much nothing happens for over 2/3 of the book, which meant that I got bored with it and put it aside for about 6 weeks. By the time I returned to the story I had pretty much forgotten what was going on. The final third of the book had a lot more action, and a conclusion of sorts, but it's too little, too late. It even had a God substitute lampshading the plot issues in a few brief chapters. It's a real shame tha [...]

    3. Ian Wood

      This is the complete review as it appears at my blog dedicated to reading, writing (no 'rithmatic!), movies, & TV. Blog reviews often contain links which are not reproduced here, nor will updates or modifications to the blog review be replicated here. Graphic and children's reviews on the blog typically feature two or three images from the book's interior, which are not reproduced here.Note that I don't really do stars. To me a book is either worth reading or it isn't. I can't rate it three- [...]

    4. Dave

      "For A Few Souls More" is the fantastic conclusion to the Heaven's Gate trilogy, probably the most creative, imaginative, ingenious series of books you will read. Once every hundred years, Wormwood appears, a town that sometimes is a Tibetan village and sometimes is a western town and could be just about anything else as well. But what is important is that it is a town surrounded by an invisible barrier which is also a gateway to Heaven and Hell.In the preceding two books, a number of groups of [...]

    5. Richard Bush

      Loved first two books but hated this one. It didn't feel like a part of the trilogy as introduced new characters and situations. Disappointed in this as the first two were so good.

    6. Gavin Gates

      It was a sad day for me turning over and finishing the last page of ‘for a few souls more.’ Guy Adams, in writing the ‘heavens gate trilogy’ has written a blinder of a tale, mixing up flat out oldschool spaghetti western style gritty action with the twist of demons being the bad guys. You really do need to read the previous two instalments to be able to fully appreciate this one. A lot of knitting together loose ends of previous plots and characters that were somehow forgotten about all [...]

    7. Riju Ganguly

      Out of the three books of this "Heaven's Gate" trilogy, I liked this least. It had neither the freshness of the first volume, nor the crackling mixture of horror & humour that had simply ignited the pages while I had breathlessly rushed through them. Here, it was more a conspiracy-oriented downward spiral, and consequently, everybody & everything felt duller. The humour was practically gone, rather excessively substituted by despair & loss.Overall, didn't like the book. Perhaps it sh [...]

    8. Felix

      This series started out with a bang & ended just so? I was maybe expecting more shoot outs aka spaghetti westerns

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