"By rights, John Constantine should be the happiest magician alive. He's just gotten married to the sexy young alchemist Epiphany Greaves. He successfully fended off his demonic archenemies at the reception. And he emerged from a recent bout of magick-induced madness with nothing worse to show for it than cutting off his own thumb. Hey, for Constantine, that's not bad. But the honeymoon's about to end. The hard way. A robber baron has his sights set on the newly minted Mr. and Mrs. Constantine's beloved Brixton flat. John's young wife is seeing an old flame (so to speak) on the side. His favorite niece is out for revenge for a crime Constantine doesn't even know he committed. His father-in-law wants him to settle an old family score. And then there's the matter of that missing thumb falling into the wrong hands ..."--Page 4 of cover.
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Simon Bisley's version of John Constantine is the best by far of any of the many, many versions I've come across. This is a grubby, gritty, hard Constantine who's seen and done very, very bad things for a very long time. Read full review