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Neccabashar II: The Sequel

By: Vee James
Narrated by: Hannibal Hills
Series: Neccabashar, Book 2
Length: 7 hrs and 26 mins
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Neccabashar has fallen so low: he's lost his seat on the Evil Council. He's also had to give up his bachelor pad on Volcano Plaza and has moved in with mother. He's been forced to take a job working in the Pits and can barely afford horse treats for Torment.

But never fear. Our Demon friend has a plot to regain his seat on the Evil Council.

©2019 Vernon L James III (P)2019 Vernon L James III

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  • Brian
  • ANN ARBOR, MI
  • 07-15-19

Humorous Take On Demon Life

This was a lot of fun, taking a different look at demons as just another parallel world with similar issues and the fact that not everything that happens is as extreme as we as humans might consider it. Our main character loses a good job, moves in with his mom, and works in a terrible dead end situation. We can all sympathize because these are things that are real to us and it frames the demons in similar light. The story is his fight to return to prominence, as well as the machinations of the characters around him and it's definitely entertaining.

Hannibal Hills has become one of my favorite narrators. I've heard him on a couple of pretty horrific stories and he was solid and it's nice to see he can handle more of a humorous demonic melodrama.

I received the review code for this audiobook at my request and am voluntarily leaving this honest review.

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  • Andromeda's Twin
  • 07-21-19

Better than book one, it's brilliant.

Now this was what I expecting from book one, a totally hilarious story about a Demon 'gone bad' haha, he ends up helping an Angel (because not all Demons are as black as they are painted in this book) . Basically, both books are stories about how good triumphs over evil (even in hell apparently) but this book really is great, I loved it. I particularly loved the character of Einstotle (no idea if that's the correct spelling or not) he is an inventor who ended up in hell because ..... buy it, then wait until the end to find out !!! Mr Hills is perfect for this book, I particularly love his characterisation of the whining Director of Financial Ruin when asking how much the invention will cost them. Hysterical. I really do recommend this and have just discovered that there is book three due for release in November this year, I am hoping it will also arrive in audio this year.