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Publisher Description

The Last Four Things is the second in Paul Hoffman's remarkable series.

Death, Judgement, Heaven and Hell
These are the Last Four Things
Now there are Five
Meet Thomas Cale

Returning to the Sanctuary of the Redeemers, Thomas Cale is told by the Lord Militant that the destruction of mankind is necessary; the only way to undo God's greatest mistake.

Cale seemingly accepts his role in the ending of the world: fate has painted him as the Left Hand of God, the Angel of Death. Absolute power is within his grasp, the terrifying zeal and military might of the Redeemers a weapon for him to handle as simply as he once used a knife.

But perhaps not even the grim power that the Redeemers hold over Cale is enough - the boy who turns from love to poisonous hatred in a heartbeat, the boy who switches between kindness and sheer violence in the blink of an eye. The annihilation that the Redeemers seek may well be in Cale's hands - but his soul is far stranger than they could ever know.

The Last Four Things follows on from The Left Hand of God. It is the second instalment in a gripping trilogy by Paul Hoffman. Imagine if Phillip Pullman's His Dark Materials met Umberto Eco's Name of the Rose. Fans of epic heroic fiction will love this series.

Praise for Paul Hoffman:
'This book gripped me from the first chapter and then dropped me days later, dazed and grinning to myself' Conn Iggulden
'Tremendous momentum' Daily Telegraph
'A cult classic . . .' Daily Express

GENRE
Sci-Fi & Fantasy
RELEASED
2011
April 28
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
512
Pages
PUBLISHER
Penguin Books Ltd
SIZE
1.7
MB

Customer Reviews

MarkSoper ,

Good

I like the style, with clever concepts of past history thrown in. It's got charm that hooks you in to a clever story.

Rafe1894 ,

An interesting look into human nature

Unnecessarily long at times. An interesting story and though a work of fiction, one can not help but feel that certain ethnicities in this story (based - I think - on real ethnicities from the little bits of description provided) are represented in a negative way that perhaps represents the personal and political views of the writer?

Wildeyedjoe ,

So disappointing

After waiting so long for this book to be released I had high expectations. Sadly, for me, it failed to deliver.

It came across as clumsily written and far less engaging than it's predecessor. It almost felt like the author had a deadline to meet but was struggling to get his ideas out of his head and down on paper. When the book does end it feels very abrupt, I had to look a couple of times to make sure I'd downloaded it all.

I just hope the next one is better written.

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