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by Malcolm McClinton,Danny Evarts,Robert Davies

Hiram Grange and the Digital Eucharist (The Scandalous Misadventures of Hiram Grange) download ebook
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0981989497
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978-0981989495
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Malcolm McClinton,Danny Evarts,Robert Davies
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Shroud Publishing, LLC (April 22, 2010)
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Book 3 of 5 in the Scandalous Misadventures of Hiram Grange Series. Digital Eucharist begins with a glimpse into one of Hiram's past battles, against a demon, alongside two gris-gris practitioners.

Book 3 of 5 in the Scandalous Misadventures of Hiram Grange Series. Grange not only has to deal with the emptiness and guilt he's feeling over Sadie, but also with the sins he committed during the course of the aforementioned demon fight.

Hiram Grange & the Digital Eucharist continues the misadventures of the scurrilous boozer and malcontent Hiram Grange

Hiram Grange & the Digital Eucharist continues the misadventures of the scurrilous boozer and malcontent Hiram Grange. Though afflicted with a laundry list of dysfunctions, addictions and odd predilections, Hiram Grange stands toe to toe (and sometimes toe to tentacle) with the black-hearted denizens of the Abyss, dispensing justice with the help of his Webly revolver and Pritchard bayonet. Robert Davis writes stories about lobster girls and laser beams.

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Book One: Hiram Grange and the Village of the Damned, by Jake Burrows Book Two: Hiram Grange and the Twelve Little Hitlers, by Scott Christian Carr Book Three: Hiram Grange and the Digital Eucharist, by Robert.

Book One: Hiram Grange and the Village of the Damned, by Jake Burrows Book Two: Hiram Grange and the Twelve Little Hitlers, by Scott Christian Carr Book Three: Hiram Grange and the Digital Eucharist, by Robert Davies Book Four: Hiram Grange and the Chosen One, by Kevin Lucia Book Five: Hiram Grange and the Nymphs of Krakow, by Richard Wright. Nate Kenyon, author of THE BONE FACTORY and SPARROW ROCK. Somewhere in the Underworld, Lovecraft is grinning with delight and Hunter S. Thompson is raising his bottle high. You won’t find a darker, more twisted character than Hiram Grange.

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Jake Burrows, Danny Evarts, Malcolm McClinton. Something wicked walks the streets of the picturesque New Hampshire village of Great Bay-something that has inexplicably risen from the grave to wreak a horrifying vengeance.

Jake Burrows, Danny Evarts, Malcolm McClinton. Only one man can stop it-provided he can stay sober long enough to answer the call! Hiram Grange and the Village of the Damned introduces readers to the scurrilous boozer and malcontent, Hiram Grange.

Hiram Grange never wanted to return to Boston, where an earlier mission had gone horribly awry, but secrets from the past often refuse to stay buried. The Occlusionist Movement promises to expand the scope of human consciousness with their Digital Eucharist, and the wealthy and powerful are lining up to be next--unaware that there is a staggering price. Meanwhile, in the serpentine tunnels beneath the Occlusionist Tower an arch demon is freed from the Abyss, eager for revenge against the man who imprisoned it years ago--Hiram Grange! Cutting-edge technology mixed with ancient sorcery, undead chimpanzees, Jodie Foster zombies, and his own crushing guilt will threaten Hiram like never before. Good thing he still has his Webley.
Reviews:
  • Kanal
This third installment of the Hiram Grange series is a hard book to review without giving away spoilers.

There were fewer drug references than I expected, given everything Hiram went through in the last book. In this installment, drugs save Hiram like penicillin to an infection.

The plot is fast-paced and the chronology is twisted up, emphasizing cause and direct effect of the action-based plot. This is also the goriest book so far - I'm not complaining, just putting the fact out there. I'm eager to read the next installment - I want to know what's going to happen to Grange in the long-run.
  • Frostdefender
The best book in the series. Davies captures the dichotomy of the character in an engrossing way. Hiram Grange is an anti-hero that you root for.
  • snowball
Hiram Grange and the Digital Eucharist is book 3 in a 5-part series of novellas detailing, “The scandalous misadventures of Hiram Grange”. I was skeptical about jumping into the middle of a series, worried that the story wouldn’t stand alone. I was wrong.

When I first met Hiram, he and two others are in the middle of carnage. They’ve interrupted a demonic summoning and getting down to the business of sending the surviving demon back to hell. Hiram is fighting many demons in that subway, the least of which is the one standing in front of him. Prepared by the prologue, I was well prepared and able to dive into the rest of the tale without hesitation.

The rest of the story does not disappoint. Years after the incident with the demon in the subway, Hiram is urged by his employer, Mrs. Bothwell, to take another job, telling him it’s a “routine job”. The investigation involves a new celebrity cult, an outbreak of “microconfluences” and a technological mindware device that could be controlling thousands of cult recruits. He accepts, knowing that he has to move on to clear the memories of the past that haunt him.

Turn the page and hang on for a fast-paced, tightly written story that is a fantastic mash-up of horror, paranormal, science fiction and urban fantasy. While Hiram is a generally unlikable man, addicted to booze, drugs, porn and guns, he has enough hangups to make him sympathetic. The new-age cult-leader/corporate overlord/mad scientist antagonist left me wanting a little more detail on what they were up to, but the plot revealed through the investigation is chilling enough. As Hiram’s job progresses, it’s obvious that he’s not just the right man for the job -- he’s the only one who can pull it off.

One benchmark of a good horror story is whether or not it actually scared me. I’m happy to report that I read the last half of the book with the lights on. Oh, yes, it is gory, bloody, and cringe-inducing. There are descriptions of things that made me flinch and shudder and pray I never walk into anything like that in my lifetime.

Even though this is the third in the series, it easily stands alone. I recommend this book for readers who like paranormal horror, mad scientists, demons run amok and a whole lot of bloody trauma along the way.

I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
  • Oppebro
This book is the third in a series following "the scandalous misadventures of Hiram Grange." I was told that you do not need to read the books in order to understand them, and since this was the first book in the series that I have read, I can tell you that I had no problem understanding the plot or the characters. The book was an interesting read. The narrative moved along quickly, and like Hiram, I did not know what to expect around the next corner. The story jumped around like a chicken with its head freshly cut off. The story was frightening at times with vivid images reminiscent of a horror movie but would switch to a riveting tale more closely associated to a techno-thriller. The main character's appearance and drug use gave the book a sleazy, back alley, private detective feel to it. These different features meld together nicely to paint a bleak picture of a decaying urban jungle that is Hiram's world. Add a few demons and some power crazed mortals and you're in for one hell of a ride!
  • Gunos
Digital Eucharist begins with a glimpse into one of Hiram's past battles, against a demon, alongside two gris-gris practitioners. We then meet up with modern-day Hiram, months after the death of his beloved Sadie (ooops...SPOILER ALERT! But seriously, a pox on you if you're reading this review and haven't read the first two books). Grange not only has to deal with the emptiness and guilt he's feeling over Sadie, but also with the sins he committed during the course of the aforementioned demon fight. Whether he can do this while fighting said demon again while thwarting an evil cult's new mind-control technology is the question.

Hiram Grange and the Digital Eucharist and Hiram Grange and the Chosen One share an underlying theme, moreso that any other pairing of Hiram Grange books. What makes this even more of an accomplishment is that it was effected not by one author, but by two: Robert Davies and Kevin Lucia respectively.

The best things about these books, in my humble opinion, is that Hiram actually grows with every book. People important to the story line really are mere mortals. And Hiram, as deserving of contempt as he can sometimes be, manages to shine through as a hero, reluctant or otherwise, in the end. He may even have a chance at redemption someday, or at least a lesser degree of damnation.
  • GoodBuyMyFriends
What a thrill it is to read another Hiram adventure. This one is a fast read and it moves like lightining! Hiram is an engrossing hero. He grows with every tale and the mystery surrounding him is getting deeper. The nice thing about the series is that they stand alone and are an arc story more or less. I just enjoy each adventure as I come across them.
  • Taulkree
Hiram Grange returns in this third installment and meets all my dark expectations. In this story, Hiram struggles with his own haunted past and the twisted machinations of abyssal science. Author Rob Davies is a creative and fast-pace writer who knows his occult lore and Boston well. I enjoyed the novella through and through.