From Hell

Rated 4.33/5 based on 3 reviews
Money, power, and women were what drove Josh. He didn't care how, where or who he hurt to get it. Revelations of a life lived can humble anyone, even depress them, if they were to look at themselves with honest eyes and without making excuses. When Josh's eyes were opened to where his power really came from, he became desperate to do anything he could to change it.
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Review by: Rusty Bell on March 27, 2016 :
Thought this was a good book. Definitely unique in his approach on demons and how they work in the world. Can't wait until his next one. It's been a few years, what's going on?
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Review by: Nancy Bandusky on June 16, 2013 :
This is a thought provoking novel which will have the reader reaching for his Bible before he is through.
The story involves a man who dies by his own hand and ends up in hell. An angel rescues him and the two make stops along the way before reaching the man's true destination.
The voyage to provide an opportunity for the man to "learn" gives the reader plenty of twists as fascinating topics are explored. Due to the many theological and debatable concepts presented (unforgivable sin, works vs. faith, 2nd chance after death, justification, and sanctification) it would prove beneficial to have a Bible within arm's reach. That said, this would be a good novel for a group to read and would easily lend itself to interesting discussions.
The novel does have grammar errors and in some places necessary words are missing. This interferes with the reading experience as the reader is jolted out of the story, having to reread to get the author's intended meaning.
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Review by: lanasfer on March 6, 2013 :
Good job on this one. I was thrilled. Sad to know the effect suicide has on those around people who commit it, specially on children.
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