Review: Damnation for Beginners

Written by Matt - 5.0

A short but epic cautionary tale of corruption, greed and redemption, beautifully written with gorgeous artwork. This is the tale of man who is taken to the end of his metaphorical tether and decides to exact revenge on the untouchable banker who takes his wife and his life from him. Hell had better expect changes!
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About the Book :: Damnation for Beginners

Alan Campbell Release date: May 2012
Type: speculative fiction
Genres: fantasy
Tags: new weird

A novella. Dust jacket by Ian McQue. Interior Illustrations by Bob Eggleton.

In his 2006 novel, Scar Night, Alan Campbell introduced readers to an intricate, richly imagined fantasy world, the world of the Deepgate Codex. In subsequent novels and novellas (Iron Angel, Lye Street), Campbell broadened and deepened his ongoing portrait of that astonishing milieu. With Damnation for Beginners, he gives us the most compelling — and surprising ... (more)

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