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Jill Kismet
4 : Flesh Circus

by Lilith Saintcrow
Mar 1, 2012
6 Hours
Ages 18+
The Cirque de Charnu has come.

They will clean out the demons and the suicides and move on. As long as they stay within the rules, Jill Kismet can't deny them entry. But she can watch-and if they step out of line, she'll send them packing.

When Cirque performers start dying grotesquely, Kismet has to find out why, or the fragile truce won't hold and her entire city will become a carnival of horror. She also has to play the resident hellbreed power against the Cirque to keep them in line and find out why ordinary people are needing exorcisms. And then there's the murdered voodoo practitioners and the zombies.

An ancient vengeance is about to be enacted. The Cirque is about to explode. And Jill Kismet is about to find out some games are played for keeps...

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Director & Cast

Director Rose Elizabeth Supan
Starring Julie-Ann Elliott, Thomas Keegan, Christopher Scheeren, Steven Carpenter, Elizabeth Jernigan, Joe Brack, Ken Jackson, Alyssa Wilmoth, Michael Glenn, Colleen Delany, Mort Shelby, Yasmin Tuazon, Eric Messner, Lily Beacon, Ren Casey, James Lewis, Richard Rohan, Terence Aselford, Gregory Gorton, Tony Nam, Christopher Graybill and Nanette Savard
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Matt Jacobs
Dialogue Editors Allison Thomas and Rose Elizabeth Supan
Sound Designers Allison Thomas
Cover Illustrator Jahbulani Ori
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


Jill Kismet: Flesh circus by Dean (Posted on 8/31/2018)
Excellent visual descriptiveness to set the scenes. Jill has a good story line.
Great story by K (Posted on 8/7/2018)
This one was a very entertaining horror mystery. The sound effects and voice acting are excellent.
Review by Johnny Tai (Posted on 5/23/2013)
A great production on a so-so book...unfortunately, unlike the last book, this one's back to Jill's usual neurotic, whiny self, with a strange relationship glitch between her and her boyfriend that I still failed to grasp even by the end of the book- like...what exactly were they fighting about???

And the way she treats Perry, it's no wonder Hellbreads want to kill her if that's the way she talks to all of them- which, from what we have read thus far, it is...

Nothing really outstanding in this book- even the plot seems a bit low-keyed comparing against the previous book.

The acting is great of course- and the zombie sounds are well done.

Just enjoy the production, the sounds, the music, don't pay too much attention to the book itself, and you'll be fine.

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