About Death, the Devil, and the Goldfish
From the Bahamas to the rain soaked streets of London, the dead have ceased dying.
This is inconvenient for a number of reasons, but what’s really behind the chaos?
Nigel Reinhardt, a disgraced, confused, and gifted London police constable communes with a prophetic goldfish. In Ireland, the Angel of Death questions the value and position of his current employment. At Majestic Technologies, Celina McMannis works diligently on a top secret project. At the South Pole, there lives a very unhappy penguin.
When the Devil hatches a nefarious plot to take over the world by possessing a cute little kitty and seizing a factory of robotic Christmas elves, it’s up to Nigel and his group of unlikely companions to save the world or die trying… or both.
Reviews for Death, the Devil, and the Goldfish
I had a hard time getting into the book because I was so confused. It reads similar to a Douglas Adams book - very witty with dry British humor. I had to get adjusted to it. And the plot jumps from person to person, so I had to figure out what each story had to do with the next. It does come together, it does, I just had to figure out how. Once it did, it was funny and I enjoyed the characters. It was fun. And silly. And a bit ridiculous, but it's supposed to be. It's set up [...]
This was a refreshing blast of funny. A truly unique story that delivers not only some very deliciously speculative urban fantasy but also, laugher by the truck loads.
The story it's self in pure creative genius. It’s a fast and thoroughly enjoyable read for anyone at nearly any age.
What follows is a story that I highly recommend you read for yourself because I don't want to give it all away!
This book is truly fun reading and will have you turning the pages to see what happens next!
The character development has been pretty incredible. Very well written adventure never fails to disappoint and leaves the reader wishing for more.
An excellent read and highly entertaining! A good sprinkling of humor to keep the tone light with some pretty exiting scenes thrown into the mix to keep the reader turning the pages.