The New Devil

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After being murdered, young Jason Giles arrives in Hell and is tricked into taking over the devil's job. With the help of his predecessor's aide, he begins to learn the ropes of ruling Hell in order to defend himself from many mutinous demons and to keep the denizens of the underworld from escaping into the realm of the living.

free kindle book The New Devil
Format Kindle ebook
Published 13 Jan 2015
Pages 78
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Book Details

The first in a series of many adventures for Jason Giles, The New Devil sees him tangling with the various denizens of Hell and learning the Underworld's many absurd idiosyncrasies. This book contains harsh language, occasional sexual content (although there aren't any actual sex scenes), and violence that is sometimes on the gory side.

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