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Paul Hoffman

3.63 of 5 Votes: 3
Books by Paul Hoffman
As Quatro Últimas Coisas (2011)
3.54 of 5 Votes: 5
Paul Hoffman was either obliged to eat the bible or beaten around with it when he was young, if you ask me. The Last Four Things is immersed with references to it (and cloisters and belief). A lot more so than the first part.I still liked it, but the story has gotten more morose (yes, that's poss...
Čtyři poslední věci (2011)
3.54 of 5 Votes: 3
In this sequel to The Left Hand of God, we follow the tales of Thomas Cale, Vague Henri and Kleist. Thomas Cale, now seen as The Left Hand of God or The Angel of Death, is still in service to the Redeemers whos mantra, the last four things - Death, Judgement, Heaven, Hell - represent eternal blis...
Last Four Things (2012)
3.54 of 5 Votes: 3
Decepcionante continuación de La mano izquierda de Dios, libro con una historia prometedora que siento en éste desaprovechada. Se ha convertido en una especie de guerra santa en un mundo y personajes fantásticos que no ha sabido, a mi parecer, sacar todo el provecho que podría, ya que se pierde e...
Le quattro cose ultime (2011)
3.54 of 5 Votes: 3
sinceramente non riesco a capire tutte le recensioni che stroncano questo secondo capitolo della saga di Hoffman Avventuroso, veloce, crudo, cinico e ironico a modo suo, ma sopratutto originale. L'autore crea un mondo senza ne capo ne coda ed è proprio questa non chiarezza che affascina e rende a...
The Last Four Things (2011)
3.54 of 5 Votes: 5
An interesting follow up to The Left Hand of God. Thomas Cale has been taken back to the Redeemers and is back in the hands of his old tutor Bosco, the things that Bosco fills Cale's head with, are they lies or truths? Has he been born the way he is or moulded? The question of nature vs nurture i...
O Anjo Negro (2014)
3.63 of 5 Votes: 3
I really enjoyed the first two books and most of this third and final part of the trilogy. Thomas Cale is a very interesting, complex and terrifying character indeed. However I found the opening and closing device whereby the books are described as some form of lost gospels resulting in political...
O Bater de Suas Asas (2013)
3.63 of 5 Votes: 2
Being the last book of the 'Left Hand of God'-trilogy, I was furiously hoping it would be as good as the first one and not let me down as the second one did.It turned out to be somewhere in between. There is individual cruelty, along with massive battles, we get to see much more of Thomas Cale an...
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