✺ Poets in Hell (Heroes in Hell, #17) Epub ✽ Author Janet E. Morris – Anguillais.us

Poets in Hell (Heroes in Hell, #17) The Best, The Worst, And Ugliest Bards In Perdition Vie For Satan S Favor As Poets Slam One Another, Satan S Fallen Angels Smirk Up Their Sleeves, And The Illiterati Have Their Day.Find Out Why The Damned Deserve Their Fates As Hell S Hacks Sink To New Poetical Depths.

✺ Poets in Hell (Heroes in Hell, #17)  Epub ✽ Author Janet E. Morris – Anguillais.us
  • Paperback
  • 410 pages
  • Poets in Hell (Heroes in Hell, #17)
  • Janet E. Morris
  • English
  • 09 February 2017
  • 0991465431

    10 thoughts on “✺ Poets in Hell (Heroes in Hell, #17) Epub ✽ Author Janet E. Morris – Anguillais.us


  1. says:

    This is the first of the Hell books that I ve read and it is a blast I was a little nervous starting at number seventeen in the series, but let me assure you that this is a complete volume which you are able to enjoy on its own merits The stories are all penned by different authors, but there is a gra...


  2. says:

    The stories in this shared world anthology were exquisitely unique, and filled with all the things I love When I first heard this title, I thought, what could possibly be dramatic or thrilling or frightening about poets in hell I mean really I had images of Sylvia Plath chasing someone down Hell s new London streets with a hatchet, or Billy Collins reciting his famed contemporary poetry to me to a hellish backdrop filled with imps and succubi, until I fling myself headlong off the Santa Monic The stories in this shared ...


  3. says:

    It s hard to know what to expect from a book titled Poets in Hell , at least I hadn t a clue until I turned the first page What I got was something quite mad, that s mad in an absolutely wild, clever, surreal and brilliant way.I like fantasy, and I like it dark, this is probably what attracted me to a book set in the vast expanse of hell, what a brilliant playground for a group of writers to unleash their imaginations Of course, the idea of a collection of stories about poets doesn t exactly It s hard to know what to expect from a book titled Poets in Hell , at least I hadn t a clue until I turned the first page What I got was something quite mad, that s mad in an absolutely wild, clever, surreal and brilliant way.I like fantasy, and I like it dark, this is probably what attracted me to a book set in the vast expanse of hell, what a brilliant playground for a group of writers to unleash their imaginations Of course, the idea of a collection of stories about poets doesn t exactly conjure an image of action and adventure, but I can say, this group of wordsmiths may have lived sedate, studious lives, but death gets seriously real for them There is such a wild, eclectic mix of characters in this collection, all bound together with a common theme, and a running consistency that speaks of very clever world building, behind the scenes Although each author has his or ...


  4. says:

    Where could one find Shakespeare, Marlowe, Homer, Diomedes, Frank Nitti, Victor Frankenstein, Emily Dickinson, Mary Shelley and Merlin in one place The answer is Janet and Chris Morris s shared world of Hell Aspiring authors, renowned poets and playwrites vie for attention, fame and recognition, with the odd exception most fail in many diabolic ways The stories range from the deeply moving, to the heroic, t...


  5. says:

    Having contributed 2 stories to Poets in Hell, I do not feel right about reviewing this 17th volume in the classic Heroes in Hell shared universe series And I suppose I can t post this without giving the book some kind of star rating So forgive me if I give it a good rating, because the writers assembled for this volume are top notch, and I am honored to be a part of this edition If I may, I d like to tell you a little about this 2014 volume in the Heroes in Hell series, and my part in this g Having contributed 2 stories to Poets in Hell, I do not feel right about reviewing this 17th volume in the classic Heroes in Hell shared universe series And I suppose I can t post this without giving the book some kind of star rating So forgive me if I give it a good rating, because the writers assembled for this ...


  6. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Go to Heaven for the climate, Hell for the company Mark TwainYou can always count on Mark Twain What he doesn t mention is rains of fire flakes, hell horses, demons, devils, lawyers, and billions of the Damned, many of whom weren t exactly the nicest people in life.Hell is an Equal Opportunity kind of place Mess up, and you ll end up on Slab A being worked over by the Undertaker, who isn t the most pleasant chap Really mess up and Satan will display your still living body parts for all to Go to Heaven for the climate, Hell for the company Mark TwainYou can always count on Mark Twain What he doesn t mention is rains of fire flakes, hell horses, demons, devils, lawyers, and billions of the Damned, many of whom weren t exactly the nicest people in life.Hell is an Equal Opportunity kind of place Mess up, and you ll end up on Slab A being worked over by the Undertaker, who isn t the most pleasant chap Really mess up and Satan will display your still living body parts for all to see, before sending you to...


  7. says:

    If you end up in hell, and there is a poetry reading, make sure you come up with the worst poem you can Quality of your verse doesn t matter it s pretty obvious In fact, quite reverse is what is rewarded if you want t...


  8. says:

    Four stars only, for now, out of fairness resulting from the incomplete nature of this brief reviewFull disclosure I ve only been able to read Joe Bonadonna s We the Furious and Janet and Chris Morris Seven Against Hell so far, but I was compelled to leave a comment due to the sporadic, distracted nature of my pleasure reading these days But I am impressed, and I didn t want to leave that initial impression unmarked Ongoing impressions may be added later what audacity, this guy flas Four stars only, for now, out of fairness resulting from the incomplete nature of this brief reviewFull disclosure I ve only been able to read Joe Bonadonna s We the Furious and Janet and Chris Morris Seven Against Hell so far, but I was compelled to leave a comment due to the sporadic, distracted nature of my pleasure reading these days But I am impressed, and I didn t want to leave that initial impression unmarked Ongoing impressions may be added later what audacity, this guy flashes, eh Call thisa serialized review, if you will.These two tales in POETS IN HELL are very different in tone and approach, which divergence provides a pair of dynamic gateways into the wildly inventive, shared world in Hell series this being the 17TH BOOK inspired by the fertile Janet Morris concept Unique, sometimes challenging, and mind blowingly inventive all these perce...


  9. says:

    Poets in Hell Heroes in Hell Book 17 by Janet MorrisAn astounding anthology of poetry, which will entice many readers into the breaking of fire bleeding from Satan s depths.In a very clever an interesting way, this collection has been crafted as the poets antagonise and and challenge the birth of their creations in this amazing work that encounters many important figures of history.Get ready to...

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