No Fury Like That

No Fury Like That No Fury Like That is a one of a kind literary thriller about life and death and the power of second chances The novel takes you on a fast paced funny adventurous ride exploring love the meaning of

No Fury Like That is a one of a kind literary thriller about life and death and the power of second chances The novel takes you on a fast paced, funny, adventurous ride, exploring love, the meaning of life, friendship, revenge, family and the transformation of a character under trying circumstance No Fury Like That is about how a person can change and grow, and how diffeNo Fury Like That is a one of a kind literary thriller about life and death and the power of second chances The novel takes you on a fast paced, funny, adventurous ride, exploring love, the meaning of life, friendship, revenge, family and the transformation of a character under trying circumstance No Fury Like That is about how a person can change and grow, and how different things will come to mean than others friendship is important than success, love is important than money and family is important than power.Julia Redner has to die before she can find these things out for herself but is she really dead or is she being given the opportunity to rethink her life and solve an intricate puzzle of murders Imagine if characters from The Devil Wears Prada got trapped in Sartre s play No Exit, where hell is other people No Fury Like That uses the lens of female souls stuck in purgatory to examine loss, love, rage, angst, and what there really is to live for Alternately funny, melancholy, philosophical, and raunchy, it s a wild ride and another gutsy novel from de Nikolits John Oughton, author of Death by Triangulation
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  • Sherry Fundin says:

    I needed a change of pace from reading so many suspense,thriller, and paranormal novels, and watching Julia grow from a diva with no friends to a woman loved by some very unusual characters was a fantastic surprise that I would highly recommend.I love all the characters, even the son of bi gun evil ones, because they make this novel so much more than I expected.So far, Julia refuses to see what is right in front of her. She is dead. D. E. A. D. Dead. And in Purgatory.Miss Richy Rich is in for a [...]

  • Darcia Helle says:

    No Fury Like That is a fun read that sneaks up on you with surprising moments of profound insight and tender emotion.We slip into the supernatural realm, but for the most part this story feels completely plausible. The author’s depiction of the setting is so thorough and vivid that I could see it as if I was standing beside the characters. I wanted to visit and explore for myself! I especially enjoyed the originality of it all.Characterization, for me, is central to any story. I have to feel t [...]

  • James Fisher says:

    "Each of us is a seeker, walking along Eternity’s Road, which has no beginning and no end."—Sri ChinmoyAn apt quote to begin a review concerning a book that deals with aspects of eternity, and whatever your belief (or beliefs) are, you may have to suspend them temporarily to fully enjoy this new offering from Lisa de Nikolits, author of 2016's The Nearly Girl (Inanna) as well as the award-winning Between the Cracks She Fell (2015, Inanna).Julia Redner gradually awakens to find herself in a n [...]

  • Myna says:

    This is the third novel I've read in Lisa de Nikolits prolific oeuvre and my favourite. Yes, it's part thriller, and part redemption story, but my favourite thing about the novel is the unusual setting (purgatory) and the strange but internal consistency to the rules (or lack of rules) governing time and space in the quasi-physical setting (described like an abandoned airport). The bonding that takes place between a motley collection of women in their daily coffee klatches and their slow revelat [...]

  • Brenda Clews says:

    Lisa de Nikolits novel, No Fury Like That (Inanna Publications, 2017), is an imaginative, witty, humorous romp through Purgatory, endings of lives, discoveries and recollections in the near afterlife, a redemption novel where vengeance is the redeemer. Other reviewers give synopsis' of the plot, so I won't, but I am intrigued by the architectonics of the structure she creates for her Purgatory, a 3-dimensional maze, a cubist emporium where rooms appear and disappear according to 4-hour windows, [...]

  • Jade says:

    Lisa de Nikolits is the perfect travel companion we all search for; she is funny without being mean, wise without being boring, and so good at getting both into and out of trouble. I have let her lead me onto a coach bus heading West of Wawa, I have stolen away with her to an abandoned school when Between the Cracks She Fell, and now I know I will follow her even to Purgatory where there is No Fury Like That of her betrayed but unsurmounted protagonist, Julia Redner. If you can, I recommend seiz [...]

  • Terri Favro says:

    Lisa de Nikolits wrote in her acknowledgements for "No Fury Like That" that she penned her 7th novel after being laid off by her soulless media company of an employer -- what a great writer's prompt that turned out to be! A hard-bitten young businesswoman finds herself in Purgatory (which appropriately feels like an airport lounge) with no idea how she died so suddenly. Slowly her fellow Purgatorians, caught between heaven and hell, tell their stories and help her recall her own. Turns out, she [...]

  • Heather Babcock says:

    Lisa de Nikolits is a masterful storyteller and with her latest book "No Fury Like That", she takes the reader on one amazing journey! Set in Purgatory, "No Fury Like That" is imaginative, sometimes funny, sometimes scary but always entertaining and thought-provoking! The novel surprises and keeps the reader hooked as it takes many unexpected twists and turns. This is the kind of book that you can't put down but at the same time, you don't want it to end! One of the best books I have read in 201 [...]

  • Carole Giangrande says:

    A lively, fast-paced read with a central character (Julia) whose self-confessed mean streak is expertly dramatized in the unfolding plot - which is, in itself, an elaborate maze of skillfully-imagined mayhem. No spoilers here - if you're looking for an entertaining, raunchy and often funny romp through some of the seedier corners of the human psyche, this is your book. You'll come out alive and, when the laughs settle down, more reflective about childishness, vengeance and narcissism — and, oh [...]

  • Wall-to-wall books - wendy says:

    This book was freaking brilliant! I read it once way back in the early fall - I loved it then. I just re-read it and I think I loved it even more this time!This is one of those books that starts out like "Whaaaaat?" and you are not sure you want to continue, but wait! Keep reading! You have to read this book all the way through before judging it, because you won't get it unless you do. If you quit in the beginning because you think you won't like it - you are really missing out!This story-line i [...]

  • Joan says:

    What an unusual novel. Purgatory, where people get to understand and deal with their actions before death. It was interesting to follow the purgatory experiences of Julia as realization dawns on her. She is able to really see what she did in life and how her actions affected others. After a particularly shocking understanding of her previous actions, “'s like cannonballs of reality keep blasting you,” she says. (156) I'm a Protestant and do not believe in purgatory but de Nikolits has presen [...]

  • Tan says:

    Fun and fierce. Don't want to spoil anything, but I could definitely picture this as a Netflix movie!

  • Lisa Nikolits says:

    I'm following Charles Finch's author post where he commented of his latest book: "I wrote this book! Six stars, possibly six and a half!" -author review

  • Sharon Crawford says:

    Purgatory hasn’t received as much exposure in literature as heaven and hell – that is until Inanna Publications published No Fury Like That by Lisa de Nikolits. Lisa’s novels have been all over the map with subject, plot, characters, and setting, much to the delight of readers. This latest one might just be her most imaginative. Certainly, her vision of purgatory is unlike any depicted in the Bible and her characters are anything but biblical. They also just seem to land in purgatory unawa [...]

  • Len says:

    Fun, original take on Purgatory that ends up looking surprisingly Tarantino-esquequite the ride!

  • Rosemary McCracken says:

    Julia Redner seemed to have it all: stunning good looks, a fantastic job, and enough money and perks to live in the style she’d grown accustomed to. But after it all went down and she finds herself in the afterlife, Julia realizes that she didn’t have a single friend and now has a whack of unfinished business to settle. No Fury Like That is a cautionary tale about the perils of rising to the top at any cost. It’s also a smart, satisfying read that’s laced with humour, peopled with quirky [...]

  • Liz Bugg says:

    NO FURY LIKE THAT is de Nikolits at her best. She has taken the question, “What if you had a second chance?” and has given her imagination free rein to answer it. The result is a novel full of colourful characters who grapple with their lives, their deaths, and what it is to be human. By the final page the reader has not only witnessed Julia Redner’s metamorphic journey, but has also taken a personal step forward.

  • John Oughton says:

    Imagine if characters from The Devil Wears Prada got trapped in Sartre's play No Exit, where "hell is other people." No Fury Like That uses the lens of female souls stuck in purgatory to examine loss, love, rage, angst, and what there really is to live for. Alternately funny, melancholy, philosophical, and raunchy, it's a wild ride and another gutsy novel from de Nikolits.

  • Jacqueline Kovacs says:

    Suspenseful, surprising, thrilling and at times laugh-out-loud funny, No Fury Like That takes you on page-turning ride into another world — with Lisa de Nikolits’s skillful writing keeping you belted in.

  • Jessica Bronder says:

    Julia Redner awakens in an abandoned airport but when she realizes she is in her lounging clothes and bare feet she realizes something is wrong. Julia is actually in Purgatory. Here she learns that it doesn’t matter who you are or what you have, everyone is equal. As she starts interacting with the other people she starts to open her opinion of the world and others. I have to say that I did not expect this story to go the direction it did. Julia is one of the worst people that I have ever meet [...]

  • Monica Petruskavich says:

    WOW! From the first page to the last this book left me wanting more. It had moments that left me wondering if I were to leave this Earth today where would I end up? Did I do the best I could, what kind of regrets would one have? The characters had you heartbroken one moment, hopeful the next and still wishing that everything could be solved within the books pages for each one. Near the end the twists and turns were not exactly what I was expecting. Fantastic read! LOVED IT!!

  • D Gibson says:

    I really liked this booktually, there are parts that I loved. The ending, however, could have been better. Overall, a good read for when you need a distraction from deep or dramatic novels.

  • M.H. says:

    A wonderfully imaginative and edgy concept where Purgatory is re-imagined. Lost souls progress toward redemption through lattes, friendship and therapy. We first meet Julia in a strange airport where she must struggle to solve the mystery of her own deathd life. I was engaged from the first page. No Fury Like That is a beautifully written: a metaphysical mystery that also touches on many social issues facing today’s women.Highly recommended!

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