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Hell Incorporated

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Hell Incorporated
Hell Incorporated Book Cover, written by Doug Newman
Hell Incorporated Book Cover,
written by Doug Newman
Author(s) Doug Newman
Publisher CreateSpace
Publication date December 22, 2010
Media type Paperback
Length 246 Pages
ISBN 978-1456402822

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Hell Incorporated is a novel written by Doug Newman. The work is a comedy written in a similar style to Douglas Adams and Terry Pratchet. The story followed a luckless minion of Hell named Hugh Kroked and his struggles to deal with the bureaucracy of Hell and the interactions of those within that world. As part of the story, a character named Lilith Blowubus appears. She displays all of the powers of a Succubus and, generally, acts in a manner that could be called a parody of what the demon Lilith might be like.


  • Title: Hell Incorporated
  • Author: Doug Newman
  • Published By: CreateSpace
  • Length: 246 Pages
  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN-10: 145640282X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1456402822
  • Publishing Date: December 22, 2010

Plot Summary

Imagine Douglas Adams' and Terry Pratchett's illegitimate American son re-telling Dante's Divine Comedy on the set of The Office, and you will only begin to appreciate the torturous hilarity of this new book by Doug Newman.

Follow the eternal damnation of Hugh Kroked, a soul condemned to his own corporate version of Hell. Although his lively sins were unremarkable, Kroked must endure torture and punishment in even the most menial tasks set before him by the upper echelons of Demonhood, all while navigating a labyrinth of hellish colleagues and apocalyptic consequences.

Hellhounds trail behind Kroked as Hell's Bells toll ever faster, threatening to rend the very fabric of the afterlife. Will Hugh choose the right path in the dark, or will his simple presentation slides bring the unwanted attentions of Ba'al Zebub himself?

Book Review

At the time of this article's entry in the SuccuWiki, no review was available. Tera has this work on her reading list and will review it shortly.

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