Humans author Donald E Westlake review ☆ 3

review Humans author Donald E. Westlake

Humans author Donald E. Westlake review ☆ 3 µ Prolific author Donald E Westlake has won three prestigious Edgar Awards from the Mystery Writers of America and his screenplay for The Grifters was nominated for an Academy Award Now he delivers a one of a kind fantasy thriller an epic struggle of good versus evil Heaven and hell and everyFor The Grifters was nominated for an Academy Award Now he delivers a one of a kind fantasy thriller an epic struggle of good ve. I didn't find Donald Westlake's writing as hilarious as some of his blurbed fans did but he was an amiable enough literary companion with a very dry sense of humor This book concerns an angel who is detailed by God to arrange humans so they will themselves of their own free wills destroy the planet God is a little fed up with these humans The ending doesn't make much sense but I could just let that go since this is a light entertainment not a work of literature

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Rsus evil Heaven and hell and everything in between get in on the act for the stakes are high and the outcome is out of this wor. An oddity from Westlake It doesn't completely work His writing's always good but even that can't save this one from clunking a bit and it just kind of fizzles out

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Humans author Donald E. WestlaProlific author Donald E Westlake has won three prestigious Edgar Awards from the Mystery Writers of America and his screenplay. Pretty cool little book Told from or less omnicient perspective and there's some perspective shifts within a scene especially toward the end of the book but it doesn't become too confusing My favorite part probably was the languagistic forms that Ananeyal and X used to berate each other and some of the human chess pieces in their struggle A neat premise telling a story about the angel charged with bringing about the destruction of the world the people who become his agents and the devil who's trying to stop him I suppose the overall statement here is that love conuers all and that though we look or less abysmal from afar humans are sort of interesting up closeI'd probably give this 35 stars if there were half stars Ultimately not a bad story but there's only so much you can do when the whole thing is a deus ex machina