A quick fun read about the 3 son of Satan. Interesting that each son was not really evil... just bad habits or tendencies. A 3-in-1 read... that brought a smile to my face during the "trials" to prove able to run Hell.
Not sure what the other folks that read this book liked about it. I was pretty disappointed in Julie Kenner and the entire theme was under-realized. The best character in the book was Satan, the father. The three stories were ham-handed morality plays, with self-righteous parents/elders, naive/guilible heroines, unlikeable heroes, and a misogynistic father. The whole idea seemed to be that being bad is bad, so none of the folks enjoyed being themselves, and pretty much had to be torn down and redeemed. The brothers had no sense of family ties. Not impressed, very glad I didn't buy this book at full price.