Aloha from Hell (Sandman Slim Novels #3) (Compact Disc)
Other Books in Series
This is book number 3 in the Sandman Slim Novels series.
- #1: Sandman Slim: A Novel (Hardcover): Not available to order
- #2: Kill the Dead: A Sandman Slim Novel (Hardcover): Not available to order
- #4: Devil Said Bang: A Sandman Slim Novel (Paperback): $16.99
- #5: Kill City Blues: A Sandman Slim Novel (Paperback): $14.99
- #6: The Getaway God: A Sandman Slim Novel (Hardcover): Not available to order
- #7: Killing Pretty: A Sandman Slim Novel (Hardcover): Not available to order
- #8: The Perdition Score: A Sandman Slim Novel (Paperback): $15.99
- #9: The Kill Society: A Sandman Slim Novel (Paperback): $14.99
- #10: Hollywood Dead: A Sandman Slim Novel (Paperback): $16.99
- #11: Ballistic Kiss: A Sandman Slim Novel (Hardcover): $28.99
November 2011 Indie Next List
“I've laughed at the opening page of every one of Richard Kadrey's Sandman Slim novels, and this one was no different. Kadrey's willfully angry, sarcastic, and borderline evil protagonist Stark is back, and he's here in style. With another war between heaven and hell brewing, Stark has some nasty business to take care of and he's going to have to go back downstairs to hell to deal with it. Kadrey wraps up a trilogy with this novel, and he does it the way he always has, with amusing, witty writing and a film noir patter that ranks up there with some of the best.”
— Lincoln Eddy, Schuler Books & Music, Okemos, MI
In Sandman Slim Stark came back from hell for revenge.
In Kill the Dead he tackled both a zombie plague and being Lucifer's bodyguard.
Once again all is not right in L.A. Lucifer is back in Heaven, God is on vacation, and an insane killer mounts a war against both Heaven and Hell.
Stark's got to head back down to his old stomping grounds in Hell to rescue his long lost love, stop an insane serial killer, prevent both Good and Evil from completely destroying each other, and stop the demonic Kissi from ruining the party for everyone.
Even for Sandman Slim, that's a tall order. And it's only the beginning.
"Don't compare Kadrey's prose with Stephenie Meyer's, or even Joss Whedon's Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Those works are mere fluffy soap operas next to Kadrey's writing." --Seattle Post-Intelligencer