Two Steps From Hell

  • Title: Two Steps From Hell
  • Author: Scott Roche
  • ISBN: B00DS9IWC8
  • Page: 361
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Two Steps From Hell Laurent a faerie sorcerer lived for centuries When it ended instead of drifting into oblivion he awoke in Hell After countless years of indescribable torment a half faerie half human conjurer summ
    Laurent, a faerie sorcerer, lived for centuries When it ended, instead of drifting into oblivion he awoke in Hell After countless years of indescribable torment, a half faerie half human conjurer summons him to 21st century New Orleans Laurent now has twenty four hours to discover who used him as an unwilling murderer and to avoid a return to damnation The only personLaurent, a faerie sorcerer, lived for centuries When it ended, instead of drifting into oblivion he awoke in Hell After countless years of indescribable torment, a half faerie half human conjurer summons him to 21st century New Orleans Laurent now has twenty four hours to discover who used him as an unwilling murderer and to avoid a return to damnation The only person on his side is the summoner s sister, a half faerie police detective, investigating the murder he committed.

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      Published :2019-06-26T16:42:32+00:00

    About Scott Roche


    1. A military brat, fan of horror and occult fiction at an embarrassingly for my parents anyway young age, and a seeker of the true reality beyond that which we see every day, I try and include as much life experience in my writing as I can Every story I write combines these elements into something that I hope you will not only enjoy, but tell all of your friends about I am active in the podcast fiction sphere and am a contributing editor at Flying Island Press.


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    1. When I first heard about the new Novella “Two Steps from Hell” by Scott Roche, it was by way of him showing off its cover on Facebook. I mean “showing off” in the most justified way possible. Because there wasn’t else to go by, I first judged the book by its cover, which was done by the fantastically skilled Scott Pond. Nowadays many things get self published and most look it. I appreciate that it’s a question of finances if an author does their covers themselves – I have often don [...]

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    2. Two Steps from Hell went by too quickly for my taste. I mean that in a good way and a not-so-good way. I loved how easy it is to read Roche's work, but I wanted this story to be more fleshed out. There is a lot of presence, plot, and character development that got rushed through and could have comfortably been expanded to make this more novel-length than novella, and I would have been happy for it. Honestly, I wanted this to be a bigger story than it was. I wasn't dissatisfied with the events, b [...]

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    3. I listened to the new audio book version of this work. Great writing and characterization by the author, Scott Roche. Entertaining listen because the narrator, Brad Nelms, breathed life into the characters. Laurant, a snarky faerie seeking escape from Hell, teams with a changeling detective, Helen. She is investigating a murder and he has a promise to the victim to kill the murderer. The victim? Her brother. The weapon? Laurant. The force behind the crime? Pure evil.Give it a listen, you won't b [...]

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    4. Fairy sorcerer Laurent finds himself torn from the tortures of hell by a half-fae conjurer named Willy, whom he quickly kills upon resurrection. Walking the streets of 21st Century New Orleans, Laurent must find a way to avoid returning to hell and its many indescribably torments, and the only way to get to the bottom of things is with the help of a little voodoo and the twin sister of the man he killed upon resurrection.Helen, a New Orleans police detective, has always been special, different-- [...]

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    5. I read most of this over the course of a single plane flight and thoroughly enjoyed it. I look forward to reading more in this series. Count me a fan!

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