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I Am Satan (Hellbound Trilogy Book 2) Kindle Edition

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  • File Size: 740 KB
  • Print Length: 312 pages
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  • Publisher: Rethink Press (November 26, 2013)
  • Publication Date: November 26, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008HSR32U
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Struggling to find a good read at the moment, I was excited to see the sequel to Hellbound available on kindle. And like Hellbound, I couldn't put this down! In this second book in the triology, Hawken has slowed his writing pace, making the reading experience that much more enjoyable. And like Hellbound, he hasn't failed to keep the surprises coming. The new characters introduced by Hawken in I Am Satan show further wit and satire on religion, definitely putting a smile on my face. I can't wait to see what he is going to do in the third book. I checked out his website timhawken.com and was excited to see there are talks of turning the triology into a Hollywood blockbuster... bring it on!!
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This sequel to Tim Hawken's first book Hellbound was all I had hoped for. The writing is a bit more mature than the first but it doesn't lose any of its excitement or amazing visual producing qualities.

We follow Michael again on his continued journey to save his love Charlotte. This time though he has become the reluctant ruler of Hell. I was happy to see the return of The Perceptionist, who was one of my favourite characters from the first book. The additions of Judas Escariot and Mary Magdalene are just brilliant and it was great to get some background on the hilarious pilot Smithy. I can't wait to see how the series ends. My only complaint is that I'm going to have to wait until the final instalment comes out. I want to read it now! :(

Once again this book ISN'T for the light hearted or hard line Christian type.
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I loved Tim Hawken's first novel, Hellbound so it is not surprising that his second one, I am Satan had the same impact. I was eagerly awaiting it's release and once I received it I couldn't put it down. Following Michael's path in seeking revenge and finding his true love takes you on a journey through places that you have never even thought of before. Heaven and Hell are like no place you can imagine. How Hawken's mind can go to such places is a tribute to his ability to tell a great story, create fantastic characters and re-tell history with a new spin on it.
It's unlike any book you have ever read.

i recommend this book highly. Now the wait is on for the 3rd and final book!
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I'm not sure if I mentioned this in my review of the last book, but I really enjoy when authors explore theological themes and make old religious ideas feel fresh and exciting in their books. I think my interest in theology and religious themes stem from my background. It also may have a little something with me being a history geek as well. When writing heavy religious themes, especially when adding many unique elements, I often find that I think the writer is either trying too hard or not trying hard enough. I can be very particular about this, and for that reason, that's why I'm pleased that this series has continued to entertain me.

I Am Satan is the continuation of Michael's journey through Hell, the second book in Tim Hawken's Hellbound trilogy. After the events of the last book, Michael is now Hell's new caretaker, and he is not pleased. This displeasure doesn't just come from his new role as Satan, even though it is part of the reason. In the last book, Michael learned some harrowing truths about God, Satan, and how he fit into this master plan. These new truths, along with his primary motivation (love) compel him to vow that he'll get his revenge by building an army.

This book was more of a slow burn for me than the last one. In the first book, there was so much being introduced and so much going on as Michael and Satan traveled around Hell. There was much more mirth in the beginning of that book mostly because of Satan (the old Satan, I should say). The last part of the first book sort mellowed more into introspection, and that same feeling continues in this book. Now, that's not to say that there isn't any action or that this book is only thought-provoking prose.
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