Wayne Barlowe is an award-winning artist who has created paintings for Life, Time, and Newsweek. His bestselling book, Barlowe's Guide to Extraterrestrials, is a modern classic.
"Barlowe's envisioning of the landscape, architecture, and denizens of Hell is nothing short of awe-inspiring . . . this is a fascinating novel that will ring true to anyone who has ever hoped for forgiveness." --Booklist (Starred Review) on God's Demon"Hell's denizens struggle for redemption in this evocative epic fantasy . . . [Barlowe] succeeds; at some points, his depictions of both the grandeur and the horror of Hell even surpass his original paintings and drawings . . . a vivid travelogue of a place we'd all like to avoid." --Kirkus Reviews on God's Demon"Best known for extraordinarily imaginative fantasy art, Barlowe now sets his talents to writing equally compelling speculative fiction . . . a compelling view of Hell and of a demon who seeks redemption." --Publishers Weekly on God's Demon"An electrifying, chilling trip through the netherworld. The landscape is so well depicted, you can smell the brimstone and feel the despair." --Romantic Times Book Reviews on God's Demon