The Brothers Cabal is smart, funny, and dark in all the right places Imagine Mycroft and Sherlock if one were a polite vampire and the other were a surly necromancer up against an army of monsters and magicians Like Pratchett and Fforde, Jonathan L Howard puts it all together and makes it look effortless Christopher Farnsworth, author of Blood OathHorst Cabal has risen from the dead Again Horst, the most affable vampire one is ever likely to meet, is resurrected by an occult conspiracy that wants him as a general in a monstrous army Their plan to create a country of horrors, a supernatural homeland As Horst sees the lengths to which they are prepared to go and the evil they cultivate, he realizes that he cannot fight them alone What he really needs on his side is a sarcastic, amoral, heavily armed necromancer.As luck would have it, this exactly describes his brother.Join the brothers Cabal as they fearlessly lie quietly in bed, fight dreadful monsters from beyond reality, make soup, feel slightly sorry for zombies, banter lightly with secret societies that wish to destroy them, and in passing set out to save the world....
|Title||:||The Brothers Cabal: A Novel (Johannes Cabal Novels)|
|Number of Pages||:||590 Pages|
|File Size||:||777 KB|
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The Brothers Cabal: A Novel (Johannes Cabal Novels) Reviews
This is the fourth in the series and brings back all the fun that has kept me reading since book one. In fact, I would say this latest installment is the best of all of them. It has both Cabal brothers back in action, an old nemesis from Book II, and the otherworldly weirdness of Book III. In addition, it brings in some new characters, each of them solid and interesting.
Jonathan Howard focuses more on Horst (the vampire brother) in the fourth installment of the series. I thought it was a nice change to have Horst as the main character in this one, and have his personality developed a bit more for us.
The snarky, tongue-in-cheek tone that made the original Johannes Cabal book such a delight to read returns in force with "The Brothers Cabal."
Why do I love the Johannes Cabal books so much? Is it the wildly imaginative characters and plots? The astoundingly well-developed writing style? The perversely joyous bending of the rules of life, the universe and everything? All of the above... and, at heart, our beloved curmudgeonly necromancer, Johannes. Twice the fun this time with the addition of suave, conscience-burdened vampire brother Horst. Throw in zombies, were-beasts, secret societies (of course), mysterious clouds and creatures, a flying circus and so much more -- and you have a delightful read that leaves you begging for more. If you like fantastic, steampunky-sci-fi -- this is for you!
Love ALL the Cabal books, but Necromancer & Brothers are the best (in that order). Lead character is so brilliant, hilarious, wry, and sardonic that you'll love him even if he didn't have the added boon of being an evil wizard. His vampire bro is cool, too, but a bit too svelte & well-adjusted ;)