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- Print Length: 295 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0995623368
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- Publisher: Zertex Books (July 30, 2017)
- Publication Date: July 30, 2017
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- Language: English
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But the book had shown promise, so when Mr. Hutchison announced the release of Dial D For Deadman, I figured what the heck, let’s check it out. And I’m glad I did. The humor and clever (read: unusual and sometimes slightly bizarre) phrasing were exactly what I was looking for, and it continues unabated throughout the book. The characters are colorful and fun, the situations outrageous (yet oddly compelling), and the plot moves at a fairly good clip. The only complaint I had with the book—and this may seem odd considering my earlier comments—is that the author may actually have gone a bit overboard with the humor. In the early sections of the book, scarcely an object, location, character, emotion, or thought was mentioned without some attempt to make it humorous, sometimes to the point of distraction. Fortunately, by the time we reach the halfway point of the book, Hutchison hits his stride, using humor to enhance the story instead of overwhelming it. Well done, sir!
So if you’re into crazy characters, over-the-top action (I mean, what else would you expect when the main character is basically dead?), and loads of humor, then you should definitely give this book a go. Heck, I’ll probably go back and give the other Space Team books another look after this one.
The Space Team Universe just got a whole lot darker.In an alien city torn apart by crooked cops and ruthless criminals, private detective, Dan Deadman, specializes in cases unusual and bizarre.Sure, he doesn't smell great, and he's technically been dead for quite some time, but if you've got a rampaging Hell-beast tearing up your street, or a portal to another dimension appearing in your bathroom, Dan's your man. After saving a mysterious young woman named Ollie from the clutches of something big, slimy, and unpleasant, Dan gets entangled in a missing child case, a string of grisly murders, and a severed woman's arm that just won't leave him alone.And then there's the demonic entity who'll stop at nothing to get its tentacles on Ollie, even if it means destroying the whole damn planet.Times like these, Dan would give his right nut to be a real detective.If he still had nuts.
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So with that said, Dan Deadman is pretty amazing. He's deadish, he has beautiful nails, and he has a pint size leprechaun that can pull off cocktail dresses and envelopes. He's set for life...until along comes Ollie. She's clumsy and annoying but just so darn mysterious that you have to keep her around. Well once the mystery and Dan's best body shop owner die, a door the size of a portal opens up to her secrets that will stalk Dan and his pals around Down Here until it gets what it wants. Dan's current assignment has all kinds of twist and turns that always seem to end up with him gaining a new injury or a new enemy but there's a murderer on the loose and rescuing another missing girl is top priority. Can Dan make it? We sure as shoite will see!
A+++++++++ book. Space Team has quickly shot to my #2 favorite book series and I enjoyed Dan so much more. (A crossover would be the bees knees.) Keep up the excellent writing and please don't forget the unicorns and their sinks next time, please?