Book review: The Devil’s Intern (The Devil’s #1) by Donna Hosie


Book: The Devil’s Intern (The Devil’s #1)

Author: Donna Hosie

Plot: “How did you die?” It’s the most popular question in Hell, and Mitchell Johnson has been answering it ever since he was hit by a bus at age seventeen and inexplicably ended up in the Underworld. Now Mitchell is The Devil’s intern in Hell’s accounting office. Lately, he’s noticed a disturbing trend: the volume of new arrivals is straining Hell’s limited resources. Then Mitchell overhears his boss discussing plans to limit newcomers with a legendary time travel mechanism. With a device like that, Mitchell realizes, he could change history and prevent his own death.

Ratings: 5/5


Its wicked to the core

If you haven’t read this book till now, I suggest you do right now because you will die laughing and then probably go meet the character of the book in hell and have even more fun.

Hell is definitely made fun all thanks to the humorous ride that the author led us on. Out and out the humor just kills you in this book. I am deeply and madly in love with this book for its ability to cheer up the mood and spirits immediately in spite of the fact that the whole theme and concept is death and the events of the book is probably not the happiest but sure is hilarious

The author has truly crushed and mashed the theme of the book to perfection. It is amazing to see how imagination of the author runs wild and pretty hilariously too. Everything about this book is perfect for me. The story though being treated with simplicity will make your head spin with the level of depth and intricacies that the story runs into. The book is kept very light, short, crisp and funny that you will be done with it in no time and yet would find yourself badly wanting to go back

The author is really good with humor which is pretty rare since we find most of the times, the humor in the books tend to get tangled inside words, failing to creating the desired result or is just a repetitive of what we usually see in the books but this time the humor works its magic and is bang on.

I can go on and on about the book but all will eventually say one thing that this is one hell of a book and with all the puns intended.

A refreshingly humorous and light hearted book that will make you both laugh and cry at the same time. The book has a great story, a beautiful narration in a well used language and with the aid of beautifully and enigmatic characters. In whole a perfect recipe and a thorough entertainer.