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Really enjoyable book and story. I could go for more outright world building; Campbell throws you in and feeds you tidbits of enough background to keep you afloat.Published 3 months ago by Mtorleans
Just about finished reading the final Deepgate codex book. First of all, this book is very dark and depressing - which is a nice change from most modern literature. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jerr
Great book, very well written, explores the darkest sides of human nature where gods, angels and demons expose the delicate balance between sanity and nightmarish madness.Published 5 months ago by bethlp
Alan Campbell has a vivid imagination and the skill to pull you inside it! I loved Scar Night...Iron Angel...and God of Clocks! Excellent fantasy!Published 12 months ago by Bobby W. Lee
from a Scottish writer, with graphic violence peppering the well-paced plot (albeit the ending strikes me somewhat rushed) and exhibiting occasional elements of horror: a bizarre... Read morePublished 19 months ago by inner exile
Excellent first novel by the Author, the world created is amazing and the descriptions allow the reader to visualize Deep Gate easily. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Nedieh Red Nav
Wonderfully written. Deep. Original. Compelling. The characters are like people you'd meet on the corner, struggling just the same as the rest of us... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Amazon Customer
Great Fantasy story with may different characters. Humans Angels Demons all interacting.Unusual story line. Imagine Hell just a breaking chain away.Published 23 months ago by Desiree Bubb