Sam, Jake and Dylan Want Money: Episode 3 - Hell Freezes Over

Satan joins the colourful cast of Sam, Jake and Dylan Want Money, dealing with an irksome maintenance issue that results in Hell's air conditioning system getting totally busted. Thus Hell freezes over, and as a result the boys have to save their treasured neighbour Scarlett from a fate more horrible than the abyss - a dinner date with the wettest of rags, Mr Hayes! More

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Words: 11,450
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310913907
About Sam Bowring

Sam Bowring began writing at a young age, and had his first book published when he was nineteen. Since then he has written various other books and stage plays, as well as for various televisual broadcasts. His critically acclaimed fantasy series ‘The Broken Well Trilogy’, has reprinted four times and sold over ten thousand copies. It was called 'the stuff of fantasy writer’s fantasies’ (AurealisXpress). The first book of his 'Strange Threads' duology, 'The Legacy of Lord Regret' was selected as one of the 2012 '50 Books You Can't Put Down' list from 'Get Reading!'

Sam also works as a standup comedian, and has been nominated for several awards at important festivals. Fortunately he has never actually won anything, so this mild success never went to his head.

He is also the creator of a chaotic new card game, Bedlam Cards, which can be found at

Sam lives in Sydney, Australia.

About the Series: Sam, Jake and Dylan Want Money
These are the adventures of Sam, Jake and Dylan, three degenerate losers who live together on the 42nd floor of Hazy Towers, the worst apartment block in the known universe. At least their landlord, Mr Hayes, is such a spineless weasel of a man that they have never had to pay a single cent of rent. Still, government handouts only buy so much toast, and the boys are always on the lookout for a crazy way to make a buck.

Sam, Jake and Dylan Want Money is written by Australian comedian and fantasy author Sam Bowring, whose other books include the Broken Well trilogy ('the stuff of fantasy writer's fantasies' - AurealisXpress), and the Strange Threads duology ('utterly mesmerising - Courier Mail).

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