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In the third and final book of Alexander Gordon Smith's Devil's Engine series, Marlow and Pan are in hell. Literally in hell. Faced with the awful truth of being trapped in the underworld for an eternity―of Pan being trapped―Marlow makes a final deal with the Devil, a deal to go home. But when Marlow and Pan return to Earth, they cannot close the door behind them. And all ...more
Hardcover, 320 pages
Published November 7th 2017 by Farrar, Straus and Giroux (Byr)
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This was exactly the kind of epic, action-packed, gross finale I was hoping for. Basically, the action started from page one and didn't stop until the very final, very short chapter. But that's one thing I always liked about the trilogy! I gotta start off by saying that the gross factor was through the roof. I'm used to the creepy and disturbing scenes that Smith creates, but there were more than a couple scenes where I actually shuddered. Seriously, I know they deal with demons and hell and mes ...more
In the book the Devil’s engine Hellwalkers Marlow and Pan are the main characters also are good friends. This book takes place in hell and Marlow and Pan are there. They are trapped in hell for an eternity and finding out the truth of how it feels to be in the underworld. Marlow decides to make a final deal to go home with the devil. But should have known there is no real escape from the ultimate enemy. Once it all lets loose it will be a fight to end all. Which will have creatures and monsters ...more
I am not really into this supernatural horror genre, but the characters are so well developed in this story that I was able to ignore the gore enough to keep reading. Fans of the first two books will not be disappointed with this final installment. The author really did save the biggest devil for last! I don't think anyone should read this series out of order. ...more
I loved it I loved it I loved it!! For the 1st time ever I was so into the story I couldn't physically sit down In fact I read the last few chapters literally pacing at super speed thru my house and then sitting down just to immediately get back up and pace again lol ...more
the story was very creative and interesting, this goes for the amazingly detailed descriptions as well. the book is a gore filled blizzard or horror and mystery. the ending seems rushed and doesn't match up at the end, it seems pretty random. ...more
If I could rate this four and a half stars, I would. Alexander Gordon Smith really brings his best with this one, combining heartfelt characters with a constantly moving plot. Rarely did I ever feel a lull in the action, but it never careened off the precipice and became overwhelming.
Alexander Gordon Smith is the author of the Escape from Furnace series of young adult novels, including Lockdown and Solitary. Born in 1979 in Norwich, England, he always wanted to be a writer. After experimenting in the service and retail trades for a few years, Smith decided to go to University. He studied English and American Literature at the University of East Anglia, and it was here that he ...more
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