Published April 1, 2008
by Wizards of the Coast Discoveries .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||416|
Devil's Cape is a mesmerizing, seductive, and darkly moving piece of fiction that seamlessly, even gracefully, marries tactile reality with myth and magic to bring its own pulsating world to life. Beyond expectations, full of surprises, singing with resonance and emotion, Rogers has written a novel that first stabs the superhero genre in the back, then flips the body over and shocks it back to exhilarating life/5(76). Devil's Cape is his first novel. Editorial Reviews There's a healthy mix of superhero origins involving voodoo, technology, government projects, curses and X-Men style mutations so none of the characters, even the twin brothers, feel like the same person/5(16). Devil's Cape is the first novel from author Rob Rogers. It is set in a world where super heroes exist and are an accepted part of life- as in flying around in spandex suits with capes and having names like The Grey Ghost, Argonaut, and : Devil's Cape is a novel like no other. It blends the gritty crime novel with a heavy dose of the supernatural and weaves a tale of superhuman heroes and villains. Briskly written and highly readable, Devil's Cape will appeal to a wide audience.5/5(1).
Devil’s Cape is his debut novel. OFFICIAL BOOK BLURB: Devil's Cape, Louisiana. The story in Devil’s Cape is spread over a vast period of thirty-five years and twenty days with the narrative switching between the past and the present with each chapter timestamped. This is a superb story in a town called Devil's Cape, where crime rules. There are several super hero teams out in the world. In this story we follow some unknown people who are in the process of becoming super heroes. It is a real page turner/5(53). Hours Monday-Friday am - pm Locations Downtown Campus N. Front St. Wilmington, NC North Campus McKeithan Center Blue Clay Road.
Created by Ezio Abbate. With Patrick Dempsey, Alessandro Borghi, Laia Costa, Malachi Kirby. A worldwide financial conspiracy is discovered by a group of traders of a large investment bank. Based on the novel by Guido Maria Brera/10(). Devil's Cape is a novel like no other. It blends the gritty crime novel with a heavy dose of the supernatural and weaves a tale of superhuman heroes and villains. Briskly written and highly readable, Devil's Cape will appeal to a wide audience. It's not perfect - the beginning half of the book depicting 35 years of Devil's Cape history is a little long and the final, big battle at the end is a little short - but it's still pretty good. Hopefully these minor problems will be smoothed over in future books. And I really hope that there are going to be other great stories based in Devil's /5(56). Book Review: Devil's Cape by Rob Rogers Every Monday, I'll be doing spoiler-free, bite sized book reviews. While the superhero genre is prolific in comics, that's not the case when it comes to fiction (save for the occasional foray from the likes of Chabon or Grossman or the media tie-ins).