Lawyers in Hell

Lawyers in Hell Heaven lays down the law and Hell gets Hellish in Lawyers in Hell marking the return of Heroes in Hell the greatest shared universe of all times The Commandments weren t merely suggestions and ther

  • Title: Lawyers in Hell
  • Author: Janet E. Morris Chris Morris Bruce Durham
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 102
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Heaven lays down the law and Hell gets Hellish in Lawyers in Hell, marking the return of Heroes in Hell , the greatest shared universe of all times The Commandments weren t merely suggestions and there were over three hundred of them And now, as the Higher Powers send auditors through the underworlds to dispense yet greater injustice, heroes and villains from allHeaven lays down the law and Hell gets Hellish in Lawyers in Hell, marking the return of Heroes in Hell , the greatest shared universe of all times The Commandments weren t merely suggestions and there were over three hundred of them And now, as the Higher Powers send auditors through the underworlds to dispense yet greater injustice, heroes and villains from all of history are about to be reminded that sin doesn t pay and in Hell, neither does virtue All this and peril in Perdition await in 22 tales that will make you fear for your immortal soul

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    1. Lawyers in HellAn amazing synthesis of classical heroes and modern-day hoods, Lawyers in Hell gives you a taste for litigation of the most licentious stripe.Corruption and deceit abound as hell is audited and judgment is passed upon the obviously guilty and the downright corrupt alike. No one is exempt .No one escapes. It matters not whether they think they’re in hell by mistake and seek to petition their release, or conscious of the fact they deserve to be there and should have been locked up [...]

    2. A few things right off the bat about this title that you NEED to know. This book makes no attempt to "dumb down" any of its stories. If you are not well versed in the Humanities, some of the most exquisite references couched within may slip past. Since a very fine review has already given you a slice of each story and what to expect, I will simply focus on the whole.This book is brilliantly written by a collection of writers, each with amazing voices. There a several who I now want to seek out a [...]

    3. Welcome to HELL, LawyersI met a few of these talented, imaginative writers on Twitter and just had to read LAWYERS IN HELL. Not only do I love the title, I admire the vast array of captivating, short stories steeped with fantasy, history, dark humor and hoards of backstabbing lawyers who are most certainly paying the price BIG TIME.I was hooked by the very first story, INTERVIEW WITH THE DEVIL, and enjoyed ORIENTATION DAY. All the stories are masterfully written and filled with unique, complex c [...]

    4. This is volume twelve in the most clever and interesting shared-universe series I've ever had the pleasure to read. Lawyers in Hell actually precedes Rogues in Hell and Dreamers in Hell, both of which I previously reviewed here. And like those other volumes, this one is also outstanding and filled with wonderful characters drawn from the pages of history, legend, folklore, and mythology.Hell is a twisted, ironic echo of life on earth. Here the mighty have fallen, though they retain some delusion [...]

    5. Much to my delight I was given a pre-release copy of Lawyers in Hell to review. I was disappointed that certain lawyers who I've written about in the past were inexplicably left out, but one cannot have everything.What one can have is a lot of fun. The original review was written in two parts. On July 25, 2011 I finally got around to combining them into one piece. It's a lot neater. I really should have waited and done the review as one piece, but I was working against a time limit. The book was [...]

    6. Lawyers in Hell, is the sum of 22 stories with a common theme. It would be long to review each one so that’s why I’ll try to review the whole book at once and also make some notes about my favorites stories.They all have in common more than Hell as setting, they are about laws and learning some lesson that people failed to learn during their Earth life. They have some main characters well-known by all of us, such as Napoleon, Cleopatra, Leonidas, Guy Fawkes and Marie Antoinette among others. [...]

    7. Boring, unoriginal, neither witty or emotional. It's a series of do-nothing stories that rely on historical name dropping. I didn't finish. I was so disgusted I wrote a review instead. This book made me want to write a review about how bad it is rather than enjoy a moment to myself curled up with a book.

    8. Lawyers in Hell (Heroes in Hell) Janet MorrisA journey into the depths of Hell.Brilliantly crafted and a compex interwoven storyline from Morris et al. Lawyers in Hell is such a clever concept to keep a reader highly engaged in this magnificent story. Heaven, Hell and injustice will rip your sins apart.The authors are truely visionary and it clearly unfolds throught the pages of this book.A magnificent work.

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