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    [INDEXED]Lucifer's Lottery

    Author: Edward Lee
    Artist: Erik Wilson
    Pub. Date: 2011
    ISBN: 978-1-58767-254-5
    Status: Forthcoming


    Lucifer's Lottery
    by Edward Lee

    Update for Collectors:
    The Lettered Edition sold out within five days of being officially announced and the Limited Edition is now 80% sold out!

    About the Book:
    Theology student Hudson has just won the lottery, but not just any lottery—Satan's lottery. Only eleven people in all of human history have been so honored since Lucifer's fall from Heaven in 5318 B.C. All Hudson need do is say "yes," and he will receive an all-expenses-paid tour of Hell, and his tour-guide is the damned soul of H.P. Lovecraft, the greatest horror writer of all time...

    And into the Abyss Hudson ventures to witness carnal pleasures that boggle the mind and horrors piled upon horrors within the smoking, screaming metropolis that is now Lucifer’s domain. But will Hudson make the ultimate choice and disavow his salvation to become a prince in Hell?

    Lucifer's Lottery takes the reader on a macabre and harrowing trek of unspeakable evil, devilish intrigue, demented eroticism, and ends in the very mansion of Satan himself...

    Published in two states:
    Limited Edition of 750 signed copies bound in full cloth and Smyth sewn ($40)
    Traycased Lettered Edition of 52 signed and lettered copies bound in leather with a satin ribbon page marker ($175)

    Production Status:
    Visit our Production Update page for all official news and updates on this title.
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    #2
    Received an "Advance Uncorrected Proof" for Lucifer's Lottery a couple of weeks back now, first book by Edward Lee that I have read. While not giving any of the story away it gives an interesting idea on the development of Hell. Any comments on his other work such as the "Infernal" books?

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      #3
      His books are always fun. Seems to have sex scenes in most of the titles I've read. I certainly don't mind them, but most times they seem to add nothing to the actual story. The Infernal books are great!!!!

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        #4
        His short story collections are some of the most extreme stories I have read and definitely not for the faint hearted. Have enjoyed a couple of his more "mainstream' stories, including the Infernal books. Having recently finished Brides of the Impaler I think it is one of his best. Currently reading my ARC of Lucifer's Lottery but am having a little trouble getting in to it.

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          #5
          The plot line of this novel sounds terrific. I haven't read much Lee, one novel a few years ago and "The Characters" short story in one of the chapbooks, and I'm really interested to see his take on Hell. Even Lovecraft makes an appearance, that's what really got me interested.
          "Phnglui mglw nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah nagl fhtagn!"

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            #6
            What's the status of the LE of this book?

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              #7
              Signature sheets are being sent to Lee for signing this month.

              Brian
              Brian James Freeman
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                #8
                Thanks, looking forward to the book.

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                  #9
                  I've had mine ordered from BAD MOON BOOKS for some time and cannot wait for this to start shipping.

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                    #10
                    Can fully recommend the Infernal series, in fact, reference is made to some of the events of those books in LL.

                    You need to be a little twisted to enjoy Ed Lee, but these books are a little less brutal than some of his others
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                      #11
                      The last post was over a year ago. Latest status? Thanks! Bob

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by peteboiler View Post
                        The last post was over a year ago. Latest status? Thanks! Bob
                        Hi Bob,

                        I believe it's just waiting for an opening in the schedule to be sent to the printer. Brian will have a better idea than I would.
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                          #13
                          Originally posted by Dan Hocker View Post
                          Hi Bob,

                          I believe it's just waiting for an opening in the schedule to be sent to the printer. Brian will have a better idea than I would.
                          Yep, it's just stuck in line. We have about 30 books that are ready for the printer, but we can't send them all at the same time. I'll post when we have an official pub date, though!

                          Brian
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                            #14
                            PRINT FASTER!!!! . 30 books ready to go.I think I have that many on preorder maybe more.
                            Originally posted by Brian Freeman View Post
                            Yep, it's just stuck in line. We have about 30 books that are ready for the printer, but we can't send them all at the same time. I'll post when we have an official pub date, though!

                            Brian

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                              #15
                              Has this book found an opening in the schedule yet? Or any idea about the pub. date? Probably not because you'd probably have posted that if you knew, but can't hurt to ask

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