WHAT WOULD SATAN DO?
Disgusted with God's plan for Judgment Day, Satan has quit his job and abandoned Hell in favor of a quiet retirement in Washington, D.C. But life on Earth is tricky for an ex-angel with a short fuse and no impulse control. When a parking attendant mysteriously bursts into flames and a weight-challenged woman somehow ends up in low-Earth orbit, Satan finds that he has attracted the attention of several meddlesome federal agencies. Even worse, there are signs that the governor of Texas has somehow gone ahead and started up the end of the world without him.
The Prince of Darkness heads for the Lone Star State, where he tangles with a megalomaniacal televangelist, joins the Militant Arm of the American Geriatrics Association, and wields the Flaming Shotgun of Divine Justice at a guy whose hobbies include invading churches to denounce ritualized cannibalism. Through it all, one thing is clear: Someone has to put a stop to Judgment Day. Now, having spent millennia trying to wreck the place, the Devil may be the world's only hope.
NICE THINGS FOLKS HAVE SAID
Avg. 4 out of 5 stars on Amazon.com
"Totally un-PC, hilarious, irreverent. Shades of Christopher Moore. Satan's anger management issues reasonate with those of us who some days find ourselves wishing we could also set recalcitrant garage attendants/traffic cops/bogus televangelists on fire."
"OMG!!! This was hilarious!!!! I laughed out loud so many times my husband and son think I've gone off the deep end. I'm not going to give a re-cap of the story. I will say that you shouldn't read this if you're offended by 'f' bombs, jokes about religion and/or rednecks, naked guys, gratuitous violence, making fun of televangelists and politicians, or if you were born without a funny bone. Everyone else will laugh their butts off!
I can't wait to read more from Anthony Miller :D"
"Those of us who simply love to read will know that some books barely scratch the surface of your soul, while other books leave an indelible imprint on your psyche. For me, this was one of those books. ... If you loved 'Good Omens' by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman, you will feel right at home with this book. The writing is witty and clever and made me really laugh out loud in spots. This book is so good, I wish I had written it." --Review by Imachaiaddict at Cannonball Read IV
"Fabulously funny. Bizarre circumstances fit well into the plot and all the characters are memorable. Highly recommended read." --Library Thing Reviewer
"Rip-roaringly funny from start to finish, this book has some of the best quotes of the year and will keep you laughing every moment that you are reading! The characters are delightful, the setting is very American, and the writing style will keep you turning the pages until the very end." --Goodreads Reviewer
"The book is a hoot! The story-telling is hilarious, the story is action-packed, and the plot takes unexpected turns. Other readers are comparing Anthony Miller to Douglas Adams, but I think that's unfair to Miller - both authors are/were brilliant in their own right." --Reader Alex Measday
"Overall, this book is [a] great fun read. And while there is of course the humorous element, there is a lot of great commentary on our society. The writing is smart too, which is a huge plus. I think this is a great read for anyone who is wanting to escape the world for a little while and have a little fun, it will definitely make you laugh."
--Urban Fantasy Reviews via The Literary Mind Blender
INTERVIEWS, SPOTLIGHTS, AND REVIEWS
Interview by Kate Steves from the Literary Mind Blender
Interview at Great Minds Think Aloud Literary Community
Review and Interview at Red Adept Reviews
Review by Maria Violante at Maria Violante Writes
Review by the Author Whore
Review by Author Jess Buike
Author Spotlight and Interview at Paper Dragon Ink
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What Would Satan Do? is available in paperback or as an e-book. Click on a link below, or the button above. READ A SAMPLE!
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Note: The e-book version is now available in the Amazon lending library, which means (1) that if you have a Kindle (not the Kindle App, but an actual Kindle), you can borrow it for free, and (2) that I can't offer the e-book for sale anywhere else for the time being. If the Kindle version doesn't work for you for whatever reason, use the contact page above, and I'll get you whatever format you need (e.g., Nook, PDF, RTF, etc.). You might also be able to find the book by torrenting it.
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