Nyx, a sarcastic, mouthy fairy, is hurled into the Inferno, but instead of damned souls and devils, she finds only a group of confused, young human witches.
It’s hate at first sight.
But Nyx and the witches, whose magical skills are not quite polished, must work together to survive the ravages of Hell, and then the demon-infested nightmare Earth has become.
The motley crew searches for the Keys of Iron, Flame, and Sorrow, which will (hopefully) close the Gates of Hell. However, the dark queen Morda, who opened the Gates by tricking Lucifer himself, takes a special interest in obliterating the bickering group.
That is, if they don’t obliterate each other first…
“Quite similar to the style of Neil Gaiman, the dialogue is witty and irreverent compared to other fantasy books on the market.”
– Book Worm
“The characters are mostly well drawn, the jokes are almost always genuinely funny, and while it isn’t the equal of, say, Terry Pratchett, it’s at least living in the same neighborhood.”
– Don D’amassa’s Horror Review
4.6 out of 5 stars on Amazon