The Not-So-Grim Reaper

Sergio Pereira via PublishDrive
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Because death should be a laughing matter!

Already down on his luck, Claudio Chillwell has a day that goes from bad to worse – he dies on his way to a job interview. A chatty grim reaper named Gee feels horrible about the embarrassing way that Claudio slipped off this mortal coil and decides to give him a second chance at living.

However, the Dead Council frowns upon necromancy, and there are consequences for those who contravene the rules. Gee ends up on the run and seeks sanctuary at Claudio's home. The suits are having none of it, though, and track down Gee and his new human friends, promising to torment them with hellhounds, soap operas, and bad haircuts.

Will Claudio and Gee survive the bureaucracy and live to tell the tale?

WARNING: This book combines the outrageous quirk of Deadpool with the adventure of Bill & Ted. Your stomach may hurt afterwards.

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Sergio Pereira via PublishDrive
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Published on
Oct 2, 2018
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Pages
220
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Fantasy / Humorous
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