Hellboy: The God Machine
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Hellboy: The God Machine (Hellboy Novels)

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Religious artifacts from every faith are disappearing without a trace. The identity of the perpetrator is a complete mystery until Hellboy and Liz Sherman -- acting on an unlikely tip from a ghost -- foil a museum heist attempted by crude, robotic constructs inhabited by human spirits.

One of these freed human spirits offers to help Hellboy track down those who imprisoned...more
Mass Market Paperback, 368 pages
Published July 25th 2006 by Pocket Star
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William Redd
I always get a little nervous when someone other than the creator takes a stab at a character like Hellboy, but after realizing that Sniegoski has played in Mignola's sandbox before, I was less worried. Good thing, because he nails it with The God Machine.

We've got angels, demons, weird eldritch energies bringing the dead back to life, the ghost of Manning's Uncle Steve, faerie folk ready to go to war over a stolen rock, the last cup Elvis ever drank from, and a ready army of zombie cyborgs. If...more
Artur Coelho
Mike Mignola encontrou um filão com o seu Hellboy. O demónio másculo e de bom coração capturou a imaginação popular e o seu criador expandiu os comics originais para novos nichos. O fenómeno ajuda a manter a linha de comics Bureau ofr Paranormal Research and Defense, sem o personagem icónico mas explorando as aventuras dos intrigantes companheiros de Hellboy, estende-se ao cinema, com particular mérito na primeira adaptação cinematográfica em que Guillermo Del Toro se diverte com todo o visual f...more
Pretty good all told I have to be honest and say apart from the first film I am pretty unaware of the whole Hellboy mythology but luckily the film had given me enough grounding of characters etc that it was a pretty easy book to follow.
The tale of missing religous artifacts,strange cults,zombie cyborgs and avenging angels...it's all here and makes for a gripping yet fun yarn.
Joshua Mcdonald
woooo yeah hellboy.
This was one of the creepiest stories I've ever read. It's Walking Dead, Steam Punk, and The Deathly Hollows put together... Ugh.
Joe Riley
Awesome book
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THOMAS E. SNIEGOSKI is the author of more than two dozen novels for adults, teens, and children. His teen fantasy YA series Fallen was adapted into a trilogy of monstrously successful TV movies by ABC Family Channel. His other books for teens include Sleeper Code, Sleeper Agenda, and Force Majeure, as well as the upcoming series The Brimstone Network. The author's first adult novel, A Kiss Before...more
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