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"Tad Williams is a huge inspiration for me.... His books are epic, exciting, and filled with fascinating characters. When it comes to inventing imaginary worlds, he’s as skilled as J.R.R. Tolkien and Frank Herbert.... Tad Williams’ work is an essential part of any science fiction and fantasy library. I look forward to each new book he writes. If you like exciting, thought-provoking fiction, you owe it to yourself to give Tad a try." — Christopher Paolini, NY Times bestselling author of ERAGON
“When I heard that Tad Williams was writing an urban fantasy novel, I got all tingly. Now I've read it, and it’s even better than I’d dared to hope. It’s snarky, fast-paced, and above all, original. You should be tingly, too.”
— Patrick Rothfuss, New York Times bestselling author of THE NAME OF THE WIND
“The Dirty Streets of Heaven is a new breed of urban fantasy, gritty, unrelenting, and yet strangely human. The stakes are high, the costs are real, and all you've got to pay your way is Bobby Dollar.”
— Seanan McGuire, New York Times bestselling author of ASHES OF HONOR
“A noir fantasy series with a dark and thrilling story of Heaven and Hell battling for human souls. Exhilarating action, fascinating characters, and high stakes will leave the reader both satisfied and eager for the next installment.” — Publishers Weekly, Starred Review
“Fans as well as urban fantasy enthusiasts will enjoy Williams’s take on Heaven’s less desirable places as well as his wry humor and keen insights.” — Library Journal, Starred Review
“With a hint of detective noir, a colorful cast of characters and fast-paced, witty dialogue, The Dirty Secrets of Heaven is a fantastically fun read.” — Amazon.co.uk Editors’ Pick
“The Dirty Streets of Heaven is Tad Williams’ first crack at urban fantasy, the start of a new series, and he pretty much hits it out of the park on the first try.... Part urban fantasy, part spy thriller, part hard-boiled adventure, The Dirty Streets of Heaven is a worthwhile and entertaining new addition to the genre.” — Tor.com
Tad Williams is a California-based fantasy superstar. His genre-creating (and genre-busting) books have sold tens of millions worldwide. His considerable output of epic fantasy and epic science fiction series, fantastical stories of all kinds, urban fantasy novels, comics, scripts, etc., have strongly influenced a generation of writers. Tad always has several secret projects on the go. 2016 will see the debut of a number of them; March 2017 brings The Witchwood Crown, the first volume in the long-awaited return to the world of the Memory, Sorrow & Thorn novels. Tad and his family live in the Santa Cruz mountains in a suitably strange and beautiful house.
This book feels like it written by a 16-year old boy with a decent writing talent who read The Dresden Files and decided he wanted to do that too. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Karri
Quite original, funny in parts and fast paced. Now reading 2nd onePublished 24 days ago by Sally Browning
Fell in love with Tad williams' books 20 years ago and the love never faded 😊
Thank you, Tad, for these beautiful journeys! xx
This is an exquisitely talented fantasy writer. He may make some choices that don't affect you the right way at times, but overall he'll always deliver a captivating story and... Read morePublished 3 months ago by yojimbo
An okay book, but the character struggles to be different from others without finding his own voice yet. Not sure I want to read the next onePublished 7 months ago by Obiwanky
Bobby Dollar, what's not to love. Too few & too far apart. I'm ready for the next installment right now.Published 7 months ago by Thomas Rhoden
Such a novel concept, judgement of how a life is lived right at the moment of death. Now I have fears I had not considered regarding an afterlife! Very entertaining. Read morePublished 7 months ago by JQ
Over all a pretty good book. Wasn't a huge fan of the ending, but it could have gone either way. Very suspenseful in parts and the descriptions really give you a feel for what is... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Morgan