Spitting on the Devil

Rated 4.88/5 based on 8 reviews
Beelzebub and the demons are too easy a target for Jeremy when he reaches hell. The red buffoon with horns and pitiful items of torture makes Jeremy laugh and wakes up the other damned souls. A funny look at thirteen levels of Hell with a surprise ending.

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About Daniel Whittman

My favorite authors are Steven Koontz and Lee Child thus most of my main characters are as decent as Jack Reacher and as powerful as most of the evil spirits in Koontz's novels. Every one of my novels is a wild ride into a gripping and satisfying adventure. Do yourself a favor. Read one and tell your friends about it.

Perhaps readers have overlooked my completed children's novel titled, Astonishing Nina. It is an amazing adventure for any child or adult. My favorite novels are good enough for me to read again and again, unlike the vast majority of other books I have read. My novels are exciting, fast paced, satisfying and hours of fun.

The following is a silly little poem for you:

The Vampire
The vampire was in the hospital with white pasty skin.
While the priest was giving him the last rites, he planned to sin.
“Closer,” mumbled the cursed specimen named Fudd.
The priest leaned closer and gave up all of his tainted blood.

Fudd jumped off the bed quickly over the cold, dead sinful man.
Dancing a jig the jubilant vampire was almost tan.
With the priest’s shoes, porn, socks, underwear, cross and white collar
He administered to the flock before they could holler

I have been diagnosed with ALS disease. It is a fatal fast acting disease. It has been a miserable 24 months since the onset.

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Reviews

Catherine E. Johnson reviewed on Sep. 4, 2010
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An excellent and humorous take on hell in 8 short pages. Seriously brought to mind Plato's 'Cave Allegory' in the sense of gaining knowledge of reality beyond the illusion of the material world.
(reviewed 17 days after purchase)
Slick Masse reviewed on March 9, 2010

Humor and hell, usually a good combo and this is one of those. Good, fast read with a really interesting take at the end.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Benjamin Brown reviewed on Feb. 2, 2010

The humor in this kept me going as well as the fascinating look at hell. The ending was even better.
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Jennifer Anderson reviewed on Feb. 1, 2010

This is very funny and different. I loved it and how it ended.
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Patricia Williamson reviewed on Jan. 31, 2010

This is excellent, funny and well worth reading. It is entirely possible too which could be frightening.
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James Gilbert reviewed on Jan. 31, 2010

Great short story! It is clever, funny and surprising. Wonderful reading pleasure!
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Edward Rupert reviewed on Jan. 30, 2010

This is one of the funniest and relevant short stories I have ever read. I loved the beginning, the middle and the fantastic end!
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Micah Teodoro reviewed on Jan. 26, 2010

Jeremy is a really funny guy. I loved it and the ending best of all.
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Antonina Elacion reviewed on Jan. 26, 2010

This is a great story all the way. I loved it!!
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