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In hell everyone can hear you scream HELL BOUND Andrew P Weston's diabolical new novel of the underverse from Perseid Press Frederic Chopin Dr Thomas Neill Cream and the most despicable souls ever cast into hell face Daemon Grim Satan's bounty hunter in HELL BOUND the Heroes in Hell novel by bestselling author of The IX Andrew P Weston Perseid Press invites you to meet Daemon Grim if you dare You should know by now how dark my soul is Even in the best of times I can't be tempted or reasoned with I don't feel sorrow or remorse And never express a shred of sympathy for anyone I'm sent to reap


10 thoughts on “Hell Bound

  1. says:

    REVIEW HELL BOUND by Andrew WestonHELL BOUND is an exciting uproarious tour of the underverse in the company of the illustrious Daemon Grim he who performs soul reaping duties on behalf of His Satanic Majesty When not out and about in the performance of his duties Grim enjoys pleasant passionate interludes with the beauteous Inuisitor Strawberry Fields and an animosity of eternal duration with Hellegal' s own much feared UndertakerAndrew Weston' s luxurious prose keeps the dimensions spinning and the underverse vividly delineated


  2. says:

    Devilishly deliciousThere is conspiracy afoot in Hell and Lucifer isn’t happy about it He is after all the master of deceit and this particular intrigue is not of his doing So who does he sent to fix the thorn in the satanic side? Daemon Grim Satan’s own Reaper Hell Bound is set in Perseid Press’ shared world of Hell –which is dark twisted and witty and Weston’s novel weaves in spectacularly to the series although the reader need not have read the anthologies This is a great introduction to a complex delicious and devilish world and a way to meet some of the regular character such as the Undertaker Locations include the Hell euivalent of Paris Perish and London – which is a den of iniuity comprised of Victorian modern and medieval and those wicked denizens who once stalked the world above do so in the underverse As you’d expect from this writer and this world the book is an intelligent read – with layers of wit and plots which wend and weave like the layers of Hell itself Treachery politics murder errant demons lost and forbidden artefacts and to compound it all Erra and his Sibitti trying to undermine the very foundations of hell itself Satan is not having a great dayDaemon Grim is not a good guy – but then again he is Satan’s servant and fiercely loyal He’s also something far than human; something hinted at all the way through and not uite revealed with teasers which I’m really hoping mean another novel from Weston and Daemon Daemon is wicked he is unrelenting and he’s dark hearted This is NOT a book filled with happy endings or heroes defeating the bad guys These ARE the bad guys – although for all that they are compelling and heroic in their own way Dark anti heroes and fallen idols battle to survive to serve and to sever in a deeply complex wonderfully created afterlife – one in which the citizens get what they deserve even when they don’t realise they deserve it Sin incarnate Dr Neill Cream – one of British histories particularly nasty serial killers; arrogant evil and unrepentant he seeks to bring down the dark prince and further his own terrible agenda In league with a troubled Chopin a man seeking love in a place where love cannot exist and Tesla – brilliant and misunderstood scientist – who once again wants the world to adore his work – and produces wild and dangerous genius These three together sort of with a whole host of pirates low lives parodies and infernal inmates bring a heady mix of characters some who invoke pity and some who certainly do notIn conclusion this a clever read with well crafted characters and a complex plot which is full of surprises which will keep the reader guessing and wanting


  3. says:

    Disclaimer I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest reviewAlso this book won't be available until March 16 2016Hell Bound by Andrew P Weston delivers snarky humorous deep delving fun through a narration reminiscent of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Weston created a new version of Hell here one in which the various rings reflect real world places in which Dom Peringnon rules the crime underworld of Perish Paris with his 2nd in command Al Catraz in which Red Riding Hood aka Red Cap aka Strawberry Fields works as a special investigator and in which the edges of Hell are illuminated by the light of ParadiseThe protagonist Daemon Grim acts as Lucifer's Grim Reaper in this universe Grim hunts down bad guys both in Hell and on Earth delivering these rotten souls to Hell for their punishment In fact the story begins with Grim on earth to retrieve the soul of a serial killer Upon returning to Hell the Undertaker the man in charge of reassembling and reassigning souls tells Grim that one of the souls he was supposed to retrieve is missing This sets up the entire story as Grim chases down one lost soul and discovers a conspiracy that might end Hell as he knows itI loved reading this book In fact I had trouble putting my Kindle down to do things such as laundry and dinner Weston sneaks in humorous references everywhere usually in the names of people and places Also the interweaving of the story was absolute genius While most of the story was told from Grim's point of view Weston also includes sections from other character's point of views I can't tell you who though because of spoilers The narration flows smoothly from one character to another and I never felt lost The only problem I see is that this book won't be available until March of next year and who knows when a seuel will be available I give this book 5 stars out of 5 and recommend it to teens and adults who like a great story


  4. says:

    Great book action packed but witty too I enjoyed the background details that flesh out the world of Hell as much as I enjoyed the story itself have read several of the Heroes in Hell books and Hell Bound is a wonderful addition to the mythology Highly recommended


  5. says:

    The main character in Hell Bound is Daemon Grim Satan’s bounty hunter also known as the Reaper Not only does he hunt down any damned soul in Hell who gets on the wrong side of His Satanic Majesty he has the power to visit our world and harvest those who belong in Hell souls Satan wants in Hell now Grim can travel between Earth and Hell using a special sickle or scythe that can open portals between the two realms This scythe also possesses a powerful weapon called God Grace’s which gives Grim the ability to utterly destroy souls Since there’s no death in Hell as we know it the Damned are already dead there is instead Reassignment a twisted version of resurrection handled by an unsavory character known only as the Undertaker However there is Oblivion — total obliteration into non existence Grim’s weapon gives him the power to send souls howling into eternal nothingness The plot concerns Grim’s mission to track down Doctor Thomas Neill Cream the English physician who in real life was the brilliant and infamous Lambeth Poisoner Cream has been stealing long hidden relics and angelic weapons from the Time of the Sundering when Satan and his followers were cast out of Heaven All history and knowledge of the Sundering is banned in Hell but Cream may have illegal access to Satan’s bureaucratic network Thus he and his crew of cohorts including Frederick Chopin have been able to steal these ancient artifacts one by one Cream is clever and manages to stay one step ahead of Grim always avoiding capture and Reassignment Cream is playing a cat and mouse game with Grim leaving clues in place of each stolen artifact — clues written in the form of poetic riddles which Cream must unravel The first of these clues included a piece of carbonized bone from a Heavenly angel who was destroyed in the original battle of the Sundering How did Cream get his hands on that? What are his plans? What is his ultimate goal? Weston has not only expanded the scope of the Heroes in Hell series he has introduced new themes and concepts and new characters He creates a fresh vision of Hell and presents to us a seedy underworld uniuely his own Grim lives in Olde London Town a macabre mockery of our earthly London Rather than make up strange sounding nearly unpronounceable names and because Hell is a twisted echo of Earth Weston as do all those who write for Heroes in Hell comes up with names and titles that bear a warped familiarity to places and things we know For example Paris is Perish Seine River is River Inseine Drury Lane is Dreary Lane Piccadilly Circus is Icepiccadilly Westminster in Westmonster and so on That’s all part of the fun part of the gallows humor that is inherent in Hell Everything on Earth has its infernal counterpart in Hell Not only do we go through the looking glass and down the rabbit hole when entering Hell we also enter another diabolical dimension where not only pain and torment and suffering rule there’s also a grand touch of irony to everything that happens in the underworlds Hell mimics Earth in a very fiendish way Hell Bound is an epic and fast paced adventure It’s a manhunt in Hell brought to life by Weston’s literary style and prose that often reach poetic levels of grace But the heart of the story is Daemon Grim a character who works for Satan a character who is supposed to be evil and villainous but often comes across as heroic and valiant Walking that fine line is part of Weston’s talent You can’t reason with Grim or tempt him He feels no pity sorrow or remorse And yet he has a wicked sense of humor very good manners never lies and he values truth honesty and loyalty These make him a paradox and part of the mystery We’re never told exactly who or what he is — or was Grim’s an enigma he can’t remember anything before his awakening in Hell and that final revelation will no doubt eventually play out in future novels As powerful ruthless and deadly as he is Grim is also very much a human character with flaws and virtues — yes even in Hell the Damned can have virtues This is part of the fun and part of the puzzle of Hell Bound and why I enjoyed it so much Daemon Grim carried the story on his shoulders and kept me reading to the last page What’s you need not be familiar with any other books in the Heroes in Hell series in order to enjoy Hell Bound but it will add to enjoyment if you are


  6. says:

    Review copyAndrew P Weston is Royal Marine and Police veteran from the UK who now lives on the beautiful Greek island of Kos with his wife Annette and their growing family of rescue cats He is the creator of the international number one bestseller The IX On weekends you might find him drinking Earl Grey Tea whilst dressed as Captain Jean Luc PicardHell Bound is new novel of the underverse from Perseid PressIt's not often that this happens I'm generally pretty good with selecting the stories I want to read but I really didn't care for Hell Bound as much as I though I wouldConceptually it sounds like I should love this story about Satan's Bounty Hunter Daemon Grim and his personal posse of trackers Nimrod Champ Ferguson and Yamato Takeru Known collectively as the Hell Hounds There are a number of interesting characters as well as a generally engrossing story but it wasn't enough to overcome the cutesy approach to HellWhat I mean by cutesy is calling just about everything in Hell by the antithesis of its name from the world above This uickly became annoying and distracted me from enjoying the story but the author continued to pile them on throughout the book Things like the Fiendish Bureau of Investigation; instead of a bible in each room of a hotel they have a copy of Dante's Inferno; there's a ship called HSMS Titanic His Satanic Majesty's Ship; there's been a lot of chatter on the white market and on and onAlthough the story is self contained there are than enough loose ends to warrant a seuel a seuel I'm nearly certain I'll be skippingHell Bound is available now as an e book from Perseid Press


  7. says:

    I reviewed this book for NetGalleyOh my God who knew that Hell could be so much funHell Bound is Andrew Weston take on Hell a parallel universe to our earthly realm and Satan's bounty hunterenforcer the Grim Reaper Daemon Grim The book follows the Grim Reaper's investigation of a plot to disrupt Hell and cause Satan's downfall again It's a fantastic and fun journey with the Grim Reaper and his minions discovering and attempting to defeat the conspirators before they destroy HellIf you want an exciting entertaining and funny book that is so good you can't put it down please read this book It is not what you read to put yourself to sleep I look forward to reading the seuels


  8. says:

    Review copyAndrew P Weston is Royal Marine and Police veteran from the UK who now lives on the beautiful Greek island of Kos with his wife Annette and their growing family of rescue cats He is the creator of the international number one bestseller The IX On weekends you might find him drinking Earl Grey Tea whilst dressed as Captain Jean Luc PicardHell Bound is new novel of the underverse from Perseid PressIt's not often that this happens I'm generally pretty good with selecting the stories I want to read but I really didn't care for Hell Bound as much as I though I wouldConceptually it sounds like I should love this story about Satan's Bounty Hunter Daemon Grim and his personal posse of trackers Nimrod Champ Ferguson and Yamato Takeru Known collectively as the Hell Hounds There are a number of interesting characters as well as a generally engrossing story but it wasn't enough to overcome the cutesy approach to HellWhat I mean by cutesy is calling just about everything in Hell by the antithesis of its name from the world above This uickly became annoying and distracted me from enjoying the story but the author continued to pile them on throughout the book Things like the Fiendish Bureau of Investigation; instead of a bible in each room of a hotel they have a copy of Dante's Inferno; there's a ship called HSMS Titanic His Satanic Majesty's Ship; there's been a lot of chatter on the white market and on and onAlthough the story is self contained there are than enough loose ends to warrant a seuel a seuel I'm nearly certain I'll be skippingHell Bound is available now as an e book from Perseid Press


  9. says:

    Hell Bound offers an intricately woven story of greed and betrayal that is so complex you must stay on your toes at all times to follow along Don't get me wrong the author used prose to build a diverse underverse that is truly captivating and the fight scenes which were plenty were both detailed and highly entertaining But at times I admit I found it overwhelmingThe background story of Daemon Reaper was uite inventive and I think the aspect I loved most was that even the Grimm Reaper right hand man to Satan suffered great horrors in Hell No one is exempt and I found I loved the Grimm than I expect a person ought to do The cast of characters is vast and their paths were woven expertly together What took me most by surprise is how much I grinned or laughed out loud while reading this bookThe epilogue had me stirred up in a bit of a rage damn Luficer to Hell for what he did to Grimm and Strawberry I Was Pissed But I suppose that was the pointhe is Satan after allI would recommend this book to readers who enjoy a storyline based on complex world building and a bit of tongue in cheek humorI received a copy of this eBook through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review


  10. says:

    The Grim Reaper will lead your through a wacky dark HellIn Andrew P Weston’s Hell Bound our protagonist and tour guide into Hell is Daemon Grim he’s a snarky bounty hunter Satan’s right hand man for reining in the damned Grim is so impressed with himself that it takes a while to realize that he may like everyone in Hell may actually be subject to being played Grim was introduced to the Heroes in Hell series in the previous installment Doctors in Hell In short story form there he was tasked to retrieve Dr Thomas Neill Cream who had escaped topside Doctors in Hell is an anthology an enjoyable introduction to Hell which serves as a great entry point to the series Heroes in Hell is a long sustained series but Doctors and Hell Bound confirm that anyone can hop along and enjoy the ride from any stop it is always a good time to go to Hell Reading Doctors will help the reader appreciate the full novel Hell Bound but doing so is not necessaryFor new readers I summarize the Heroes in Hell milieu It is a fantastical place built from myths and religions—so do not expect Tolkienesue elves or dwarves The primary realm explored is called Juxtapose which is a satirical mirror of our earth’s cityscapes the Seine river featured as “Inseine” Paris called Perish the Eiffel Tower represented as the Awful Tower Facebook is called Hatebook which sadly seems too appropriate Since time has little meaning in Hell beings from past and present meet and scheme ie Tesla and Chopin There are other realms beyond Juxtapose connected with ethereal gateways All are populated by beings being tormented and try to outwit Satan or their comrades Even Erra the Akkadian plague god has visited Hell to torment Satan No one is safe It is a splendid wacky place that works wellHaving recently read Doctors I was intrigued with the Heroes In Hell world I wanted to experience it but needed a tour guide Daemon Grim did so in entertaining fashion I wanted to “see” how the Undertaker refreshed the damned as they underwent subseuent deaths; I wanted to experience odd ball pairings of historical figures struggling to complete their life’s missions; I wanted my tour guide to have some depth even if he was unaware of it The story is a bizarre cat versus mouse hunt with Grim chasing Cream through very dark realms upturning mystery after mystery A scavenger hunt like game ensues with beautiful cryptic poetry that leads Grim further and further into a web of deceit Antagonists are aplenty Hell Bound delivered Andrew P Weston did a superb job balancing the needs of a full length novel with the freedomsconstraints of a shared world usually expressed in short story form Highly recommended for fantasy readers who enjoy a bit of dark adventure View all my reviews