K.W. Jeter, author of the Kim Oh series and co-founder of the steampunk genre
"Randall Morris certainly knows how to capture an audience with entertainment! This book was exceptionally funny and although this story is told from the perspective of Demons in Hell, the characters are very believable and identifiable with their humanoid qualities."
"The consistency of the development of an alternate reality was superb and the Characters were clearly, entertainingly, and again CONSISTENTLY developed and grown. As the title states, these are Demons and it is hard to make Demons likable, but the author did just that!"
"One of my favorite things about the books was that the author didn't opt to have the main character suddenly find out he had a heart of gold and turn into a "good guy" (I particularly enjoyed the scenes where the main character had to convince humans to do evil things and proceeded to do so without hesitation)."