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Devil Sent the Rain: Volume 4 Paperback – 1 February 2015
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- Publisher : WordFire Press (1 February 2015)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 130 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1614752583
- ISBN-13 : 978-1614752585
- Dimensions : 13.97 x 0.84 x 21.59 cm
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The most striking feature of this book is the description built around the idea that, for most of the story, the band members are trapped inside Adrian’s body—or the body of something, anyway. All the walls, furniture etc. in the “house” therefore are made of flesh. Butler makes very good “yuck” mileage out of this concept.
The book also continues the overall story of the hapless band’s pursuit by both angels and demons (fallen angels)—primarily three of the latter, in this case. In addition, it introduces a new female character, Elaine Canning, a 17th-century woman who apparently is a love interest for Jim, the band’s singer and son of devil Astaroth. We get only hints about her background here, but I imagine that she, as well as Qayna, will be further developed in future installments… which I look forward to.
As with all of D. J. Butler's writing, this story has a steep curve of orientation, but since this is the fourth story in this cycle, I have become accustomed to switching characters every time. And then we are over the top, and through all the hairpin curves and loopdeloops of a first class roller coaster. Pick this up, it's a doozy.