The Everything Box: A Novel (Another Coop Heist)
|Rating||:||4.90 (591 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||368 Pages|
Highly recommended.” (Mur Lafferty, author of The Shambling Guide to New York on THE EVERYTHING BOX)“The story is fast paced, very funny, and exceptionally clever. I just got that), and small time career criminals in way over their heads. Even if the joke is on us and our ability to drag the Heavenly Hosts themselves down to street level, and then corrupt them.” (Wall Street Journal on THE EVERYTHING BOX) . If you haven’t sampled Richard Kadrey’s take on fantasy yet, this is a great place to start.” (Chr
I was really able to enjoy his books I've been a big fan of Kadrey's writing for a few years now. After I read the first Sandman Slim novel, it actually took me a while to try another book from Kadrey because it was so different from what I was used to reading. After stepping back and adjusting my expectations, I was really able to enjoy his books. After the Sandman Slim books, I was able to check his other works like Metrophage and Butcher Bird. That's when I found out that I really like the Sandman Slim novels, but I really love his other stuff. The Everything Box falls squarely into t. Jon Rahoi said Fun, fast-paced, fantastic!. Every single one of kadrey's books deserves to be a movie. Reads like sandman slim (his long-running series) - bumbling cults, monsters leading mundane lives, mortals brushing against the incompetent and indifferent infinite, only this time with a more normal protagonist. Stands on its own, though. A blast.. Matt Humlicek said I dig his writing, but it is hard to. I dig his writing, but it is hard to read without comparing it Sandman Slim. This world, everyone has the same sense of humor. Ill buy anything he puts out though.
New York Times bestselling author Richard Kadrey has published nine novels, including Sandman Slim, Kill the Dead, Aloha from Hell, Devil Said Bang, Kill City Blues, The Getaway God, Killing Pretty, Butcher Bird, and Metrophage, and more than fifty stories. He has been immortalized as an action figure, his short story “Goodbye Houston Street, Goodbye,
Suddenly he finds himself in the company of The Department of Peculiar Science, a fearsome enforcement agency that polices the odd and strange. Our angel usually doesn’t get to do field work, and if he does well, he’s certain he’ll get a big promotion.And now it’s time .The angel reaches into his pocket for the instrument of humanity’s doom. The box isn’t just a supernatural heirloom with quaint powers, they tell him.It’s a doomsday device. Then he frantically begins to pat himself down. A beautiful, ambitious angel stands on a mountaintop, surveying the world and its little inhabitants below. Must be in the other pocket. Looking over the Earth at all that could have been, the majestic angel utters a single word.“Crap.”2015. They think .And suddenly, everyone is out to get it.. Coop doesn’t know that his latest job could be the end of him—and the rest of the world. He’s going to play a big part in it. Dejected, he realizes he has lost the object. And he should know. Reminiscent of the edgy, offbeat humor of Chris Moore and Matt Ruff, the first entry in a whimsical, fast-paced supernatural series from the New York Times bestselling author of the Sandman Slim novels—a dark and humorous story involving a doomsday gizmo, a horde of baddies determined to possess its power, and a clever th