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Life at St Cadfan’s is never dull. There’s the cellar full of unexplained corpses. There’s the struggle to find food when the island is placed under quarantine. And there’s that peculiar staircase in the cellar....

Being a demon in Hell has its own problems. There’s the increasingly impossible torture quotas to meet. There’s the entire horde of Hell waiting for you to slip up and make a mistake. And there’s that weird staircase in the service tunnels....

Brother Stephen of St Cadfan’s and Rutpsud of the Sixth Circle, natural enemies and the most unnatural of friends, join forces to solve a murder mystery, save a rare species from extinction and stop Hell itself exploding.

The fourth novel in the Clovenhoof series, Hellzapoppin’ is an astonishing comedy featuring suicidal sea birds, deadly plagues, exploding barbecues, dancing rats, magical wardrobes, King Arthur’s American descendants, mole-hunting monks, demonic possession, and way too much seaweed beer.

©2014 Heide Goody, Iain Grant (P)2020 Heide Goody, Iain Grant

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Ugh. This got old fast.

I loved the first 2 books in this series but then it completely lost me. So many characters and voices thrown in that it's really hard to follow the storyline. It feels like they are trying way, way, way too hard. By the second chapter, I couldn't do it anymore. What started out as a quirky and clever take on Heaven and Hell turned into a hot mess. I tried hard to like them but I just can't.

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Excellent fun

Stephen the monk (or is it Trevor?) finds out more about Hell than he probably wanted to know. His utter good-heartedness wins, which is satisfying; and the worst bird parents in the world set a standard that even Manfred has to make an effort to reach.

The well-constructed chaos, mayhem, and inappropriate relationships are voiced with delight by the euphonic narrator.

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Missing the bonkers Clovenhoof

Book was ok but without the nutty Clovenhoof and the residents of the flats, it fell a bit short from the 1st 3 Clovenhoof books.

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