Monday, 10 March 2014

Pigeonwings by Heide Goody and Iain Grant

This is the sequel to the fantastic Clovenhoof, but this time Jeremy aka Clovenhoof, aka Satan is joined by the Archangel Michael.  Michael, being Mr Goody Two Shoes is easily led astray by Clovenhoof as he tries to adapt to living in Birmingham.

I thoroughly enjoyed the first book and, after a slowish start, this book develops into a great successor to it.  Again, the characters get into trouble with the fingers pointed firmly at Clovenhoof's door.  This was truly a laugh out loud book for me.  Looking at the desctiption, the book is over 400 pages.  I could have read 400 more about Clovenhoof.  He is a character that could run and run, and get into trouble wherever he goes.  There is great characterisation in all the main characters.

A thoroughly fun read.

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