I, Lucifer is a weird book, and it’s not for everyone, or most people, or even probably me despite listing it for years as one of my favorite books. Oh, it makes me cry. Oh, it’s a fun, fast read. Oh man, does it contain a lot of gross but accurate details about the world we live in. I like it a lot, but I hesitate to recommend it. It’s not that it’s a shock-horror type of book either- it honestly isn’t.
It’s just… unique.
Continue reading “Do you like Satan? Do you like to cry? Can you tolerate multiple detailed descriptions of bowel movements?”
(Book 1 review, Book 2. This is the last book in the trilogy)
Ah, Kneupper. I love this series, I really do. I was so excited for this book, even if the warning signs were all there. And it didn’t suck, really. I had fun. This has always been a guilty pleasure of mine anyways.
But you nearly had it all, you bozo.
Way to blow it.
Continue reading “Adversary would have been better if Kneupper had had the balls to kill off Jesus”
(Book two in a series. Book one is here. Book three is here.)
O Kevin, O Kneupper! I know it is tempting to name your books fancy things, but considering book three is just ‘Adversary’, maybe you shouldn’t have jumped onto naming book two… Chaos Umpire Sits. It’s a little, well. A little much, isn’t it Kev?
I just finished book three, speaking of, so it’s time for a full write up of book two.
Continue reading “Chaos Umpire Sits has a worse name and a better story than its predecessor”
(Book three. Here is two and one.)
All powerful 35-year old unlucky computer hacker, my husband
Genderless polite muslim AI clone of said hacker
Satan with a bad hairstyle
Satan’s girlfriend, a cyborg former-vatican police officer turned anti-christ with an evil AI living in her robo skeleton
Michael the insane homeless Archangel who just wants the best for his bastard daughter
Zionist lesbian criminal with PTSD
How can you not have fun, honestly?”
Continue reading “Messiah Node continues the fantastic, character-driven LINK angel series”
(Book one. Book two is here, book three is here.)
Good, well written, except for the parts where it wasn’t. Vastly better if there weren’t breaks every other chapter to spend time with four cardboard cutouts of soldiers who mission I ultimately do not care for and root against actively. The Perch is interesting though. And I really wanted Jana to mack on some vaguely evil, untrustworthy angels, so there’s that.
Continue reading “They Who Fell has major problems, but also, some pretty sick angels”