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Hell's Flaw (Shame #5)

Hell's Flaw

by (author) Lovern Kindzierski

illustrated by John Bolton

contributions by Annie Parkhouse

Publisher
Renegade Arts Entertainment
Initial publish date
May 2021
Category
Fantasy
  • Paperback / softback

    ISBN
    9781988903897
    Publish Date
    May 2021
    List Price
    $14.99

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In book five of the acclaimed Shame series, Hope&nbsphas to deal with the corruption of a trusted friend and ally, whilst also fighting her way through the horrific monsters that bar her way back to Cradle. Her innocence and resolve is put to the test as she faces the fury of Shame's evil acolytes.

'Hope, my oh so naive&nbspdaughter,&nbspwill soon find out what it is like when friends become enemies. With her&nbspconfidence then shattered, she will have to face my loyal acolytes who lie in wait for her, fortified deep in Cradle.' -Shame

Hell's Flaw is the fifth book in the successful and acclaimed Shame series following the ultimate story of mother-daughter conflict.

About the authors

Contributor Notes

Lovern Kindzierski is a successful writer, colorist and illustrator based in Winnipeg, Canada. He has been nominated as best colorist for the Eisner Awards, Harvey Awards, and Schuster Awards. As a writer, he has worked on titles including Spiderman, Wolverine, and The Victorian. His writing on Tarzan garnered him a Harvey Award Best Writer nomination.

Based in London, England, and described by director Robert Rodriguez as a "God" for his art for Peter Straub's The Green Woman, John Bolton was seven when he first encountered a paint brush. It was love at first sight, offering him an output to visualize and create what he saw in his mind and put it to paper. Thus began a life-long ambition of creativity all connected by one underlying theme, the interesting and bizarre.

Editorial Reviews

"Bolton's fully painted art makes it feel like a comic book that escaped from the Renaissance, and the tragic narrative will keep you hooked." -Mike Donachie, Toronto Star

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