Paul Hoffman is a screenwriter. He used to be one of the senior censors at the British Board of Film Classification and was responsible for replacing the butter in Last Tango in Paris. He is currently commissioned to write Ralegh, expected to be the most expensive British film ever made.
'You're the right colour for the Angel of Death, Mister Cale. But a little short.' 'I could cut your head off and stand on it. Then I'd be taller.' Return to the Sanctuary of the Redeemers. A place of pain, cruelty and terrible, dark devotion. Thomas Cale - the Left Hand of God, the Angel of Death - is put in charge of an army and groomed to bring about the end of the world. But might not Cale - killer, strategist, pawn and boy whose nature is far stranger than even the Redeemers can know - have his own reasons for bringing about the Last Four Things? death * judgement * heaven * hell Praise for Paul Hoffman 'A cult classic.' Daily Express 'Brooding and magnificent.' Eoin Colfer 'A wonderful book.' Conn Iggulden