If the dead could speak from the afterlife, what might they tell us? How might they warn us?
The Damned have stories to share…
– About an abandoned Demon child, adopted by a reluctant mother.
– A Demon torn between love for his mate and an Angel visiting Hell.
– A jaded Angel touring Hell to hunt the Damned for sport.
– Three Damned laborers who encounter a cat with nine afterlives.
– A Damned artist summoned to Heaven to paint her masterpiece.
– A Damned man and an Angel joining forces to rescue a child from his Demonic captors.
– A former journalist who discovers the depths of despair and the hope of rebellion.
Seven dispatches from the Hades of Jeffrey Thomas, author of Letters From Hades and Ugly Heaven/Beautiful Hell.
PRAISE FOR JEFFREY THOMAS’ “LETTERS FROM HADES”
If there is such a place as hell, the demons have a suite reserved in Jeffrey Thomas’ name for writing this delightfully blasphemous novel. – F. Paul Wilson, author of Bloodline.
Letters From Hades mines a different corner of perdition to strike a rich vein of soul and profundity. I’m a hardcore fan. – Tom Piccirilli, author of The Midnight Road.
Jeffrey Thomas’ visions of Hell in Letters From Hades are as compelling and as beautifully horrific as any ever put down on paper. – Jeff VanderMeer, author of Shriek: An Afterword.
I can’t rave enough about Jeffrey Thomas’ Letters From Hades. This is a stupendous read from beginning to end! – Charlee Jacob, author of Dark Moods.
Thoroughly rendered in precise and poetic language, Jeffrey Thomas’ rich and textured underworld provides a powerful medium for the story’s characters as they overcome torments and despair to grow and surprise the reader. – Gerard Houarner, author of Road to Hell.
This book is my definition of dark fantasy. It pulls you into a very imaginative version of Hell that is as breathtaking as it is horrid. – Carlton Mellick III, coauthor of Ugly Heaven/Beautiful Hell.