Now Jack and the butt-kicking, sword-wielding Esme must contend with floating sharks, intelligent jelly, oversized centipedes, gladiator pits, and vomiting bats, all for the sake of saving Charlie from the Scourge.
And, hopefully, saving the universe from total and utter annihilation.
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Lee possesses some of the weary working-class grandeur of Michael Caine, shading his reading of Enthoven's debut fantasy novel set in London and the underworld with the occasional broad mannerism, and raising his voice to a goblet-shattering screech for emphasis.| Read Full Review of The Black Tattoo
But what no one knows is that Nick already has been possessed by the Scourge, and when he passes his powers on to Charlie, he also makes Charlie the Scourge's new host body.Oct 05 2006 | Read Full Review of The Black Tattoo
I thought Enthoven could have done more with the relationship between Charlie and Scourge, there was opportunity for a better examination of power and destruction, but Charlie became an annoying puppet of the demon.Oct 10 2006 | Read Full Review of The Black Tattoo
Distraught after an angry visit with his dad, Charlie races to follow an enigmatic, black-clad stranger with Jack on his heels, dissuading the whole way.Sep 21 2006 | Read Full Review of The Black Tattoo
Mix in Charlie’s possession by the demon (who literally wants to break all Hell loose), an astonishingly pretty and deadly girl named Esme, and our narrator Jack is feeling not only disappointingly average, but overwhelmed.Mar 08 2007 | Read Full Review of The Black Tattoo
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