The Demon's Door Bolt: A Tale of End-Time Panic as a Prelude to the Total Absence of Everything

The year is AD 499 Hell s Gates are open, and Daemon prepares for Armageddon World leaders believe the breached Door Bolt is but a rumor, and only Prester John and his Grail Warriors are left to fight the Prince of Darkness But there s a slight problem Prester John panics and resurrects five handicapped warriors The sixth warrior is chained to the Rock of Prometheus,The year is AD 499 Hell s Gates are open, and Daemon prepares for Armageddon World leaders believe the breached Door Bolt is but a rumor, and only Prester John and his Grail Warriors are left to fight the Prince of Darkness But there s a slight problem Prester John panics and resurrects five handicapped warriors The sixth warrior is chained to the Rock of Prometheus, and the prophesized seventh warrior has yet to be found The water clock is running dry Can the Grail Warriors and steppe barbarians kill ten million dead guys and save the World Maybe with a little help from Mungo the Obvious, the Machina ex Deus, plus Raphael Jabar and his twenty seventh Thirteenth Yurt.
The Demon s Door Bolt A Tale of End Time Panic as a Prelude to the Total Absence of Everything The year is AD Hell s Gates are open and Daemon prepares for Armageddon World leaders believe the breached Door Bolt is but a rumor and only Prester John and his Grail Warriors are left to fight

  • Title: The Demon's Door Bolt: A Tale of End-Time Panic as a Prelude to the Total Absence of Everything
  • Author: A.J. Campbell
  • ISBN: 9781463754952
  • Page: 496
  • Format: Paperback
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    About the Author

    A.J. Campbell

    I was born in Ant Arctica, but I wasn t crazy about ants and had my birth records removed to Exeter, New Hampshire, in the US of A.I began writing internationally in 1978, wrote a slew of mag articles, and two non fiction books Then, I burned out and switched to fiction, which is far interesting.If you didn t know, I have sense of humor.I like women, and they become my best characters I also like fish, but it s hard to create a good fishy heroine.

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    • Bryn Hammond said:
      Sep 26, 2018 - 01:22 AM

      I'm a steppe freak and I'll try any sort of novel set on the steppe or connected therewith. So I tried this. I almost didn't, because from the description I thought it might be just a farce, just a crazy plot. Turns out to be not 'just' of anything. It's science fiction on the fifth century steppe; it's a steppe fantasia, with every legend of the steppe that ever was (and that includes the Grail, which has steppe origins). It bursts out of genres. It tends to remind me of Xena: Warrior Princess. [...]

    • Julie Bozza said:
      Sep 26, 2018 - 01:22 AM

      An apocalyptic battle is brewing between Good and Evil, with the latter forces led by Daemon and including Hell’s dead folk as well as Cylons. The forces of Good are a gathering of steppe peoples, led by Prester John and the seven Grail warriors. The seven include a resurrected Sun Tzu, some wonderful kick-ass women, and (my own choice of hero in this tale, being an ardent Arthurian) Uther Pendragon. Add in a cameo from the archangel Raphael, who arrives in the Twenty-Seventh Thirteenth Yurt ( [...]

    • John Clark said:
      Sep 26, 2018 - 01:22 AM

      A.J. Campbell's The Demon's Door Bolt is a thinking person's fantasy with a wry sense of humor. Combining a mix of mythological and real, but long dead historical figures with a those he created from his own imagination, Campbell turns them loose in an epic effort to get the Demon back to Hell without destroying everything in the process.What makes this book work, and work well it does, are the unexpected conversations,like the one mixing myth and history with the likes of atomic particle theory [...]

    • Shayla Drumm said:
      Sep 26, 2018 - 01:22 AM

      I received this book from a giveaway. I was intrigued by the story line, but as I read it, the characters were very confusing as was the plot. I don't normally read a lot of fantasy so for those of you who like fantasy/science fiction you may find this an enjoyable read.

    • Amy said:
      Sep 26, 2018 - 01:22 AM

      I received this book from a giveaway.I tried to read this book over the summer and just could not get into it.

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