The Library of the Unwritten is the first novel in the A Novel from Hell’s Library series by A. J. Hackwith. Claire is known as the Librarian, her job mainly consists of repairing and arranging books, stories that constantly think can become characters and escape from the library. The Biblical text is a powerful weapon in the power war between heaven and hell, librarians must find a book that has the power between Heaven and Hell...
Here are the top 3 reviews and comments that readers love about this fascinating book.
Review 1: The Library of the Unwritten audiobook by Reading Addict
So Much More Fun than Dante
This story is so different in so many ways. There is a library of books that have not been finished by their authors and its unlikely location is in Hell. But this is NOT Dante’s Inferno. This is such a fresh story idea, with many moving stories within the book. I don’t want to spoil your fun so I’ll only say if you are looking for something “different” and action packed, this book is for you.
Review 2: The Library of the Unwritten audiobook by Terry
Don’t Judge a Book by it’s Cover
This is one case where I totally judged and bought the book by it’s cover. I think the cover graphic is great! And the title! How funny is that? Hell’s library of unfinished books!
I bought the hardback, intending to give to my niece, who is an unfinished author and I bought the Audible version because I thought it would be fun to listen to.
The setting is great and the characters are good. The dialogue is witty, but getting tiresome by 60% into the book. The plot is getting away from the original antics of the librarians catching the characters trying to escape from their unfinished books and morphing into a heaven & Earth giant struggle of good vs evil that I enjoyed in Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch but don’t feel like reading about here.
So, I am dissapointed, I thought I would like this one.
Review 3: The Library of the Unwritten audiobook by Carrie
An Interesting World
What unpublished author would not dream of their books living on forever. Realistic characters and a plot line that, while occasionally predictable, had enough twists to hold my attention.
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