Book Review: A Hundred Words for Hate by: Thomas E. Sniegoski



Publish Date:
March 1, 2011


Trade Paperback

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Once, he was known as the angel Remiel, but generations ago Boston PI Remy Chandler chose to renounce Heaven and live on Earth, where he found a secure place among us ordinary humans...

As an angel, Remy possesses powers and skills he puts to good use in his chosen profession - but only if the situation calls for it. And the sudden reappearance of the Garden of Eden is definitely one such situation.

He's approached by the seemingly benevolent Sons of Adam to find the Key to the Gates of Eden. But there are those who want the Gates to stay shut. For there is something terrible and dangerous buried in the Garden - and they'll do anything to see that it is not unearthed.

Now, caught between warring factions of immortals, Remy must decide how to proceed: Find the Key, or not? Desperate for help, he turns to a very old acquaintance: a fallen angel who is sometimes a friend, sometimes a foe - and always deadly. 

Review: The Seraphim known as Remiel now lives as Remy Chandler, a private investigator in Boston. He’s received a summons to visit the Sons of Adam who have taken care of Adam (yes, THE Adam) for millennia. He’s dying now and longs to see Eden again. In a bid to save itself, the Garden of Eden is returning once again to Earth and there are many parties interested in either opening the Gates or keeping them shut forever.

Remy must discover the Key to the Gates, which is more complicated that he’d thought. There is treachery, redemption, action, and the greatest love wrapped up in this twisting and intriguing tale. A Hundred Words for Hate keeps you riveted to your seat and makes you think about the true nature of the universe (and yourself). A well-written and developed story with a great cast of characters. I think each book in this series is subsequently better than the previous installment. Mr. Sniegoski, please keep up the great work!

Remy Chandler series: A Kiss Before the Apocalypse (1), Dancing on the Head of a Pin (2), Where Angels Fear to Tread (3), A Hundred Words for Hate (4), In the House of the Wicked (5)


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