Book: Death of Heaven by JZ Murdockcategories: Book, Speculative Fiction, Horror, Aliens, Supernatural, Metaphysics, Epistemology, Space Travel, Multidimensional, Paranormal, Science Fiction
JZ Murdockabout this book: Death of Heaven is a unique animal in the realm of horror and speculative fiction. It details the story of two childhood friends, James and Jimmy who at age twelve, experienced a horrendous trauma. After surviving and growing up together, they left High School to go their own remarkable ways.
Years passed, then each of them had a life changing event that eventually led them back to one another. Together they alone will find the full awesome story of the Earth's true history, from it's unbelievable creation to possibly its final days.
For years Jimmy has been receiving stories in his mind from another, from a massively powerful inhuman being. More than visions, less than hallucinations, Jimmy believes them to be real histories of people who have lived and died on Earth. Now Jimmy has to convince James that he isn't crazy, that he isn't just hallucinating but is receiving real information from a real entity. Some of these tales are unbelievable and some are of a quite horrifying nature.
Are they all true or simply the sad creations of a damaged psyche? Certainly what they had gone through as children could have broken any child's mind.
But if they are all true, then everything they have ever known, everything they have ever believed in, is wrong. Very, very wrong. In fact, the entire world has been wrong. History it would seem is nothing like we have been told.
Through the inner eye of the few and only Beings who know the truth about the Earth and it's children, through the eyes of Jimmy and James, we come to find that not only is God dead, but he never existed.
But then, realizing the Death of Heaven is really the least of their problems.
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