|Rating||:||4.89 (673 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||188 Pages|
"This is a laugh out loud book" according to Simon Eldridge. So long as you don't mind Satan and Hitler being the heroes of Hell you will find this book truly funny. Satan is told by his therapist that he needs to keep a diary to help his anger management issues and it's the funniest thing I have ever read. Jones never lets the plot of the story, the characters or the humor slide for a moment. The world is richly decorated with issues and Satan is the best anti-hero you'll ever meet. You won't be disappointed in this book.
'The most irreverent, laugh-out-loud book about Satan you are ever going to read'. But is it possible to start again when you're the Lord Of Hell? And what will happen to his kingdom whilst he's gone? One thing's for sure - it's going to be a Hell of a ride. Angry, resentful and unable to cope with life Satan has no choice but to run away and start afresh. Satan isn't happy. His wife's left him, his Chief Of Security's gone round the bend and, to top it all off, his psychiatrist is making him keep a diary