December 1st, 2006
|crow_vampscrypt||10:24 am - Some details about NightSide #7|
Some details about "Hell To Pay" the 7th novel of the Nightside.
The fallowing has been cut & pasted from Amazon.com just to share some info with my fellow Green fans, the review in no way reflects my thoughts on the book since it is not out yet and therefore, I have not yet read it. This info and more can be found at the link in the post about the cover art. As posted before, its going to come out on December 26, 2006
I can't wait, it sounds like its just as much fun as the other books.
In the wake of the war that left the Nightside leaderless, Jeremiah Griffin-one of the last of the immortal human families-plans to fill the power vacuum. But his granddaughter has disappeared, and he wants John Taylor to use his special abilities to find her. Except someone-or something-is blocking Taylor's abilities.
From Publishers Weekly
Lady Damnation, Old Father Time, a world weary Count Dracula and the hard-drinking storybook character Bruin Bear are only a few of the beings that Green produces for his seventh novel set in the sinister and psychedelic world of Nightside. None, however, are more powerful than "the Griffin," an immortal who built his empire on the carcasses of foes, who has now summoned paranormal PI John Taylor to find his granddaughter. Taylor specializes in locating lost things; his Sight—which allows him to see into other dimensions—should be ideal for the task. But when an entity in the Griffin's mansion blocks his abilities, Taylor must investigate the old-fashioned way: questioning the Griffin's family members one by one. Taylor's q&a sessions are less than thrilling, and the numerous references to the family's fearsome reputation grow tiresome. Fortunately, Green throws in a number of left-field surprises, spicing things up with an attack of fanatical nuns (called the Salvation Army Sisterhood), a bloodthirsty gangster and a DNA-stealing Charnel Chimera. Indeed, the most entertaining aspect lies not in Taylor's investigation but in anticipating what Green's twisted imagination will conjure next. (Jan.)
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|Date:||December 22nd, 2006 05:40 pm (UTC)|| |
Re: I wonder what happened to Eddie and Deadboy
I hear in some places the book is already out. Weird