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Devil Said Bang Audiobook

Devil Said Bang: Sandman Slim, Book 4

What do you do after you’ve escaped Hell, gone back, uncovered the true nature of God, and then managed to become the new Lucifer? Well, if you’re James Stark, you have to figure out how to run Hell while also trying to get back out of it... again. Plus there’s the small matter of surviving. Because everyone in Heaven, Hell, and in between wants to be the fastest gun in the universe, and the best way to do so is to take down Lucifer, a.k.a. James Stark.
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What do you do after you’ve escaped Hell, gone back, uncovered the true nature of God, and then managed to become the new Lucifer?

Well, if you’re James Stark, you have to figure out how to run Hell while also trying to get back out of it... again. Plus there’s the small matter of surviving. Because everyone in Heaven, Hell, and in between wants to be the fastest gun in the universe, and the best way to do so is to take down Lucifer, a.k.a. James Stark.

And it’s not like being in L.A. is any better — a serial-killer ghost is running wild and Stark’s angelic alter ego is hiding among the lost days of time with a secret cabal who can rewrite reality. Starting to care for people and life again is a real bitch for a stone-cold killer.

©2012 Richard Kadrey (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

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    Travis Cook 05-19-16
    Travis Cook 05-19-16 Member Since 2015
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    "excellent continuation to an awesome story!"

    excellent continuation to an awesome story. if you got this far you will love to keep reading it.

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    Tyrone 05-19-16
    Tyrone 05-19-16 Member Since 2016
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    "Love the series keep this book"
    Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

    no... it's the Dresden version of ghost story.


    If you’ve listened to books by Richard Kadrey before, how does this one compare?

    It is like a filler for better books


    Would you listen to another book narrated by MacLeod Andrews?

    ABOSOLUTY!


    Do you think Devil Said Bang needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

    it does, and it's so much better.


    Any additional comments?

    nah.

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    james 10-19-15
    james 10-19-15 Member Since 2015
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    "best series"

    listening to it for my fifth time it doesn't get old. we need more writers like this.

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    CSCOTT29 03-03-15
    CSCOTT29 03-03-15
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    "Loved it"

    Sandman Slim is the ultimate bad ass and his story gets more and more crazy but still so awesome! And McCloud Andrews reading brings all the characters to life. I love it!

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    carlos michell FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA, US 01-26-15
    carlos michell FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA, US 01-26-15
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    "Decent audiobook"

    Good book, but I only really enjoyed it when he was stuck in hell. Once he left it started getting confusing.

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    Think about this 01-13-15 Member Since 2011
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    "A good continuation"

    Sandman Slim is now Lucifer, getting bored with Hell and all the politics. Demons are still trying to kill him there, so he has to sneak out to have any life at all. He escapes back to home and finds out there have been a lot of changes. Great narration of all the characters help to make this series so interesting, with its warped sense of humor that will keep me coming back for more.

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    Zulu 05-09-14
    Zulu 05-09-14
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    "Better than the last two"

    At least the last book I"ll be listening to in this series was better than the last two but not good enough to keep me listening. There were more things happening than just fighting, even though there was a lot of that.

    If you like a lot of violence and gore with not too much of a story line in between you might like this series but it just wasn't for me.

    But it does have a great narrator.

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    gardener97 Atlanta 07-11-13
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    "Incredible! I want MORE!"

    read them in order as this is book 4 - so good I will go back and listen to them all again. Keep a pen and pad close as you will want to write down some of the really funny lines!!
    like "Hell is circus run by mental patients. Heaven’s a gated community where we’re the bastard step-kids the real kids hate. Daddy’s little mistake." and "… couldn't have gotten me more confused if he'd pumped me full of LSD and tossed me in a spinning mirrored room full of rats" and some are really thoughtful like "It doesn't matter if you and everyone else in the room are thinking it. You don't say the words. Words are weapons. They blast big bloody holes in the world. And words are bricks. Say something out loud and it starts turning solid. Say it loud enough and it becomes a wall you can't get through."

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    Douglas Grand Junction, CO, United States 11-28-12
    Douglas Grand Junction, CO, United States 11-28-12 Member Since 2012
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    "Thoroughly enjoyed this book."

    Kadrey again delivers with a good story...one with the lines blurred between good and evil and with a nice abrasive twist that leaves you with the taste of blood in your mouth. Different is good.

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    Tizroc Eugene, OR 09-12-12
    Tizroc Eugene, OR 09-12-12 Member Since 2012

    Passionate lover of literature. Give me a good read and a passionate narrator and my money or credits are yours!

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    "Out with the old Satan in with the New."
    What made the experience of listening to Devil Said Bang the most enjoyable?

    The narrator had the snide and world weary voice to pull off Sandman's voice.


    What did you like best about this story?

    I enjoyed the fact that Sandman seems more willing to take advice. His great grandfather gives him some much needed, which comes down to choose your battles. So Sandman chooces all of column A and all of Collumn B.


    What about MacLeod Andrews’s performance did you like?

    His voice reached through the earbuds enfusing Sandman's voice with the weariness of a man who is stuck in a dead end job he didn't want. A long walk behind him, and still many miles to go. He also really had down the blistering coldness of his voice when Sandman was at his most dangerous.


    If you were to make a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

    Keep your kids at home, this isn't Daddy and Grand Daddies hero.


    Any additional comments?

    Recently Sandman Slim has been left in charge of "Downtown" as the new Satan. Being seen by the fallen Angels (now demons) as the Monkey in charge hasn't left him many friends. His Angelic half is off causing problems back in LA, The Demon hordes want to put the monkey in his place and if it wasn't for the final gift of the Previous Satan (The Magic Armour) he would be dead several times over.

    That isn't at the top of Sandman's mind though. He made a promise to girl... Three days in Hell and he would be back. So as the clock strikes three months he is pretty sure he will be returning to an angry girlfriend and what ever else his "Goody Goody version of himself has been up to."... So Stabilize Hell, track down an arrant half Angel with delusions of adequacy and check in on all the other people who have undoubtedly taken advantage of Sandman Slim's absence.

    No rest for the wicked, and as always the reward for a job well done is always more work. Sandman cuts a bloody sloth through both the underworld and LA to remind people that he carries (His weak pistol, his Flaming Sword and a boot he has no problem breaking off in the backsides of those who stand in his way.) Oh, did we mention all the wicked cool Satan powers he inherited? Well, time to say good bye to some backstabbing hell spawn and see about fixing what ever has gone wrong in LA. I mean, let's face it. It's LA!!! SOMETHING must have gone wrong.

    As always the book is gritty, and bloody. Sandman takes advice from his great grandfather to choose his battles more carefully. As usual he chooses all of column A and B! Hell, a nephelim has to also keep himself entertained while he kicks ascii and takes names!

    This isn't the best in the series, but it reads well if you are caught up on the series. The story doesn't pull punches and there appears to be, as expected no current happy ending for our Dark Assassin Hero.(less)

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