The beginning of the book and the main story even seem somewhat disconnected from each other.
I will add that I found the book to be well written, with interesting characters, enough conflict to keep me turning pages, and a quirky sense of humor.
I read the description of the first book, The Damned Busters, and decided it sounded fun enough and bought it.
This was straight-out a fun read. Unlike so many kindle titles, this book contains very few typographical errors - a big plus. Read morePublished 2 months ago by aerdna
Great idea to have an autistic as the hero. Then the author pushes it further by putting this like able young man in the middle of an eternal conundrum. Fun and well-written!Published 3 months ago by Joy Ward
A fun, high-concept book about a detail oriented nerd:geek who accidentally summons a demon and manages to negotiate a sweet-heart deal to become a super-hero.Published 4 months ago by Daniel Macarthur Kaufman
I couldn't finish this book. As the author stated in the afterword that he had to come up with a certain number of words to be published, so the book seems padded with unnecessary... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Zornk
I really enjoy all of Matthew Hughes's stories. I first started reading his work in the Magazine of Fantasy and Science fiction. I really loved his sarcastic sense of humor. Read morePublished 10 months ago by S. R. Rowell
I really enjoyed the book, but it wasn't until I detailed the initial setup to a friend that I realized why: it's funny, elegant, clever, and has a completely uncomplicated main... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Jason M
A good time. The writing and story got better throughout the series.
And now we know the name of god; one of them, at least.
I'm a big fan of Matthew Hughes, but I'm not sure he's that good at novels vs short stories (which are really fantastic). Read morePublished 17 months ago by Adeline Hilaire
4.5 enthusiastic stars. I would unflinchingly recommend this book. Funny, philosophical, and entertaining, The Damned Busters had me laughing, thinking and marveling at how well... Read morePublished 18 months ago by T. L. Barrett