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The Left Hand of God Series by Paul Hoffman
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The Left Hand of God by Paul Hoffman: review
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Paul Hoffman is the author of three previous novels, The Last Four Things , The Left Hand of God ,The Golden Age of Censorship , a black comedy based on his experiences as a film censor and The Wisdom of Crocodiles , which predicted the collapse of the world financial system. Du kanske gillar.
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All reviews for: The Left Hand of God Trilogy
The Sanctuary of the Redeemers: vast, desolate, hopeless. Where children endure brutal cruelty and violence in the name of the One True Faith. Lost in the Sanctuary's huge maze of corridors is a boy: his age uncertain, his real name unknown. They call him Cale. He is strange and secretive, witty and charming - and violent. But when he opens the wrong door at the wrong time he witnesses an act so horrible he must flee, or die. The Redeemers will go to any lengths to get Cale back.
Some people absolutely love it, some are lukewarm about it, and some despise it. The world explored in The Left Hand of God is a pretty damn dark one. Cale, the protagonist, starts life out in a monastery. And Cale, as an acolyte of this order, basically endures a life of pain and physical torture. Not exactly an appealing place to grow up. The plotting is a bit uneven and the protagonist Cale occasionally vacillates between being a super badass with no fear with always a couple aces up his sleeve to a trembling whiny kid with a bad case of emoism at certain points in the novel — something that will make you just want to reach into the book and give the kid a couple hard slaps. The setting is pretty interesting.