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  • Brilliantly novelised graphic novel, breathtaking!

    As had already been stated, this book is the novelisation of the graphic novel "Katrina Hates The Dead". Now I, for one, am very happy that Russell Nohelty has chosen to do this. I am one of those strange people who would far rather read a book and fill in the details myself on the imagery. And, if a book is well written, as is this one, I am confident in the knowledge that my imagination together with the writer's talent will do the rest. Yes, it's way over the top, and, of course, it's difficult to imagine that things like this could ever happen, but if it ever should come about, how would most of us react? The world as we know it destroyed, an open pit leading to Hell allowing steadily more variously assorted Hell-spawn, monsters, vampires, demons and zombies loose whose only aim is to destroy and eat every living thing which they happen across. I suspect that most of us would soon give up. However, Katrina refuses to do this. She is really pissed off with the way things are, and even more so when her only friends (um frenemies, actually, read the book and find out why) are under threat, so decides to go straight to the top and confront the Devil. Now, just how she gets there and what she then does is pretty amazing and there are quite a lot of surprises waiting for her, and also for you, dear reader! Oh, it's not just all mindless violence, blasphemy and swearing. There are some moral dilemmas in there with the main characters being confronted with difficult decisions whereby they have to choose the lesser of two, or more, evils. Serve the common good, or rescue a loved one? The action is non-stop and the story line will keep you guessing. Very readable, and I'm sure that you won't be able to wait to start book two just to find out where it all goes. I received an ARC copy from the author and the opinions presented in this review are all my own.

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