Dante’s Fool {novel}

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Dante's Fool a sci-fi and dark fantasy novel, where British cops go up against Demonic forces in the control of a dangerous corporation

CUSTOMER REVIEWS:

Things are never as they seem. I’m starting to pick up your style now. When you’re halfway through the book, what you are guessing as the end, is way off! When you think its done, there is more. Really hard to guess whats next even. Kept me reading until 5am!

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Dante’s Fool { novel } Detective Sergeant Louis Cloud is a tough London cop hungry for power and promotion, and he’ll do anything to get it. When two investigations cross each other around a mysterious deep space mining corporation he quickly learns there are other forces out there – and things from other planes of reality – that will also stop at nothing to get what they want. With his life thrown into turmoil, Cloud struggles to keep his career and his sanity intact as he plunges towards a terrifying confrontation with one of the sub-princes of Hell. Hurled into this violent mix of corruption and demonism is Natalya Dorganskya; previously the adorable daughter of a deceased global movie-star, she now uses her skills as a world-class pilot in bold criminal raids. A path that quickly brings her head to head with DS Cloud and the non-human things that have come stalking through time and space to take back what she has stolen.

David J Rodger delivers a dark and edgy vision of the near-future in a novel that reveals the boundaries between the Satanism and the Cthulhu Mythos.
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David J. Rodger (born 1970 in Newcastle Upon Tyne) is a British science fiction & fantasy author and game designer best known for his novels set in a near-future world of corporate and political intrigue. So far he has published five novels; four that are set in the same world: God Seed; Dante’s Fool; Iron Man Project and Edge, and one, Dog Eat Dog, set within the post-apocalyptic world of Yellow Dawn.



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