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Timothie Hill and the Cloak of Power

4.75  ·  Rating details ·  4 ratings  ·  2 reviews
When superhero hairdresser Timothie Hill dons his spangled cape, all hell breaks loose.

His former friend and current nemesis, Reginald Smith, has sinister intentions of enslaving all mankind. With the end of the world at stake, Timothie must stop the leaders of the free world and the repulsive demon, Bael, from stealing the souls of six billion people on Earth.
Kindle Edition, 1 Edition, 192 pages
Published February 2nd 2018 by Creativia
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Apr 04, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This is a sardonic spoof that will have you laughing. A gay hairdresser and an older witch with purple hair will need to unite to fight the forces of evil led by Bael. Since they are from another planet, they possess special skills. Timothie has his star laden cloak of power safely in shoulder bag. The witch has her crystals and spells. Timothie is always fashionably dressed as he realizes his former lover and friend has created a game (that requires yellow goggles) that will turn the populace i ...more
Eve Gaal
May 17, 2019 rated it really liked it
With years of experience in marketing and advertising, I enjoyed this fantasy about neuromarketing. In this case, a demon from Hell wants power over Heaven, God and our country, using electronic devices that influence souls. In this action-packed story with detailed characters, the author talks about goggles that make users unable to think for themselves. Reginald is in charge of marketing the goggles, and Timothie is a gay superhero from another planet. Bael is the demon wanting millions of sou ...more
Kenna McKinnon
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