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The Crow: Hellbound (The Crow Novels)

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Ademon named Dren is looking for salvation. Satan's fiery underworld has become a foreign place to him. He feels he is different from the other souls. He's changed over time. He's ready for redemption. But getting out of hell is no easy task. Escaping was the easy part. But now, alone in a world unfamiliar to him, Dren must save a single soul in order to pass on to the hea

Paperback, 256 pages
Published June 26th 2001 by Harper Paperbacks
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Carly Nicholas
Jan 05, 2016 Carly Nicholas rated it it was amazing
An interesting book This book is about an angel that is stuck in hell and wants to save a human soul so he will be allowed entry into heaven. One of the demonic character was really annoying, since it is a snake so it pronounced everything it said a certain way. This book is like all the other crow book, because the main character isn't resurrected until 100-160 pages into the book, and it t is 237 pages long. This book is about demons in hell that come to earth to pursue a renegade angel that w ...more
Mar 06, 2011 BookMarc rated it it was amazing
Welcome to hell. No, not the hell of reading another one of my book reviews, or the hell of hearing Jennifer Lopez's latest song, but the hell that is Satan's fiery domain. For here a demon named Dren is looking for salvation and redemption and must escape the underworld and save a single soul to pass on to the heavens above.
I'm a huge fan of 'The Crow' whether it be the original movie, the graphic novel, memorabilia, or doesn't really matter as I'm intrigued and drawn to it all. A
A. E. S.
This installment of The Crow novels was WAY more existential than I'm used to. The reader doesn't really learn to like any of the characters, although Attanasio has some really good features (Voodoo priestesses, a girl who can hear demons, etc.) The bad guys in this novel appear to be very smart, then wind up being complete bumblers who are easily possessed by the demons chasing an angel.

Dren the demon seems very fatalistic as well as clumsy. The novel itself goes into winding descriptions of th
Jul 27, 2011 Adam rated it really liked it
This is an interesting and different take on 'The Crow', much darker and horrific in places, but gives a good insight into the afterlife as well as the Crow. A must for any fans.
Jul 21, 2010 Jorge rated it liked it
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I’m a novelist and student of the imagination living in Honolulu. Fantasies, visions, hallucinations or whatever we call those irrational powers that illuminate our inner life fascinate me. I’m particularly intrigued by the creative intelligence that scripts our dreams. And I love carrying this soulful energy outside my mind, into the one form that most precisely defines who we are: story.
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