Blue Fire (The Misadventures of Max Bowman) (Volume 2)

Read [Joel Canfield Book] Blue Fire (The Misadventures of Max Bowman) (Volume 2) Online PDF eBook or Kindle ePUB free. Blue Fire (The Misadventures of Max Bowman) (Volume 2) Funny and Engaging. Loved it! according to Aaron Eischens. While Canfields debut novel, Dark Sky introduced the future classic Private Investigator, Max Bowman, Blue Fire is where both the author and character find their groove.Max, a gritty, yet sarcastic PI gets involved in a case investigating the whereabouts of the creator of his childhood favorite comic, Blue Fire. Unfortunately, mysterious opponents not only want to derail his investigation, but destroy his reputation in. Hi Jinx

Blue Fire (The Misadventures of Max Bowman) (Volume 2)

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Rating : 4.13 (821 Votes)
Asin : 0997570709
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 398 Pages
Publish Date : 2013-03-26
Language : English

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An all-powerful hallucinogenic designer drug. Max Bowman is haunted by both of them – and he just might lose his mind as a result. A missing comic book genius. Now he’s got to contend with zombies on the Upper East Side, a cult run by a clueless pawn, a hipster rapist who knows her way around a sword, a secret CIA spook program left over from the Cold War and powerful old enemies who are out to destroy him – all while trying to keep his mind from crashing and burning for good. When Max takes on the mission to find the long-lost creator of cult superhero Blue Fire, he ends up getting dosed with a chemical that upends his sanity just when he needs it the most. Blue Fire’s mantra in the old comic books was, “For good to be purged of evil…Blue Fire must endure.” But now it’s Max Bowman who must endure – and he’s as far from a superhero as you can get.

"Funny and Engaging. Loved it!" according to Aaron Eischens. While Canfield's debut novel, "Dark Sky" introduced the future classic Private Investigator, Max Bowman, "Blue Fire" is where both the author and character find their groove.Max, a gritty, yet sarcastic PI gets involved in a case investigating the whereabouts of the creator of his childhood favorite comic, "Blue Fire". Unfortunately, mysterious opponents not only want to derail his investigation, but destroy his reputation in. Hi Jinx and That Dam Dog! AUDIBLE EDITIONWould you listen to Blue Fire again? Why?Yes, it's just out there enough to pique your curiousity! What more can beset Max? It's not like he goes looking for trouble to, uh, step in. Trouble looks for him. In an entertaining way.What other book might you compare Blue Fire to and why?Dark Sky, Book One in the Misadventures of Max Bowman Series. I had the pleasure of listening several months ago to Dark Sky. The. As TS Elliot said: " Success is relative. It is what we can make of the mess we have made of things." And Max B does it well Max is back and even more engrossing than ever. Its like you're sitting down with him as the book progresses. It really engages you and, like any good piece of fiction, keeps you flipping the pages --- and hoping for another sequel. And the scary - and exciting - part of Joel's book is that it is based on recent or past headlines and you can imagine that its all quite real. My only complaint is that he could have done a bit m

. At first, Joel Canfield made television his career and writing his hobby. Originally from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, Canfield is a graduate of Northwestern University and has lived in Detroit, Michigan, Southern California; Miami, Florida; and Auckland, New Zealand. He is extremely handsome. He now resides on Roosevelt Island in New York City with his writer wife Lisa and dog Betsy. About ten years ago, however, those r

The cynical Max remains optimistic, even when his situation’s dire; despite the fact that numerous people are clearly against him, he still plans on keeping his “dental appointment next Tuesday.” Max’s volatile relationship with his estranged girlfriend, Jules, is efficacious when he has nowhere else to turn to for help. He also has his next gig lined up: comic book publisher “Mighty Mel” Chesler wants him to track down writer/artist Ben Mikov, whose whereabouts have been unknown for decades. Mikov abandoned the industry just before his 12-issue Blue Fire series ended, and the fan-abhorred issue #12 was completed without him; despite this, the series eventually earned cult status. From Kirkus ReviewsP { margin-bottom: 0.08in; Canfield’s (Dark Sky, 2015, etc.) latest thriller

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