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This is the sequel to "The Book with No Name". Again we meet Sanchez the bartender, Dante and Kacy, Peto the Monk, and the Bourbon Kid.
At the start of this book, we find out why the Bourbon Kid is so "mean"Dante is being a gullible fool, as in the last book. Peto is undercover.
Anonymous has again written about vampires, werewolves, and the undead in his/her own unmistakable style. I couldn't put it down, and thoroughly enjoyed it. So much so that I have checked online in case there is a third novel
Probably a bit too soon, maybe early next year.
Click here to read the bumph!

There are a few newspaper reviews on the back of the novel. This one is possibly the most accurate.

This particular Anonymous has decided to take a fistful of drugs and gone on a literary
genre-bender..... a slightly strange experience but a lot of fun. Daily Sport
After reading this I am more inclined to accept that this particular Anonymous could be Walter Moers, although there is nothing to suggest that the novel has been translated into English from German anywhere.

Another book that has languished on my bookshelf for a long time.
This book, made me laugh, cry, be happy, be sad.
It is a complex story, with no useless information in it. Everything in it is relevant to the plot. So I realised that when Henry tells the reader about his fear of "the cage", sooner or later it would become significant. The last few pages made me cry, so if you like happy endings, don't read this book, but it is a very good book.
I will wait for the DVD to come out to watch the film, and am very interested to see how they will cope with the time travelling.
To me there is a possibility of a sequel, but unless the plot is significantly different, it may just read as part 2.
To find out more, click here. I prefer to used author websites where possible, but in this case Wiki is very thorough.

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