The story follows the lives of 3 characters: Clara, the unbeliever due to God’s lack of intervention; Toni, Clara’s friend; homosexual by nature, faithful friend by design; and Nick, a pastor who endures his own trials. Their lives intersect as they each experience turmoil and tragedy in their lives. However, no matter the trials and tribulations that they face, choices muThe story follows the lives of 3 characters: Clara, the unbeliever due to God’s lack of intervention; Toni, Clara’s friend; homosexual by nature, faithful friend by design; and Nick, a pastor who endures his own trials. Their lives intersect as they each experience turmoil and tragedy in their lives. However, no matter the trials and tribulations that they face, choices must still be made that will determine their future. With all of the Hell on earth occurring these days, the one place that one can expect to find refuge is the church. But what happens when the church is in direct correlation with Hell? What unfolds as the church is found to be built atop portals to Hell, as demons enter into the services, the pastors, and the people seeking solace?What once was thought of as a conspiracy is now moving to reality, as new world agenda’s are exposed. In great detail, the layers of the character’s lives are peeled away, revealing graphic circumstances that will change them forever; for there is a worst fate that could be faced.However, the story does not end without the deep, dark, underworld being revealed. Does Hell exist? Who is worthy of its torment and destruction? In this tale, you may be surprised! The story will captivate you, encompass you, and almost consume you before releasing you to your own thoughts; which may be scarier than fiction.Riveting, intriguing, controversial, terrifying? Hell…Yes!...
|Title||:||On Earth As It Is In Hell|
|Number of Pages||:||204 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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On Earth As It Is In Hell Reviews
The author of this book takes the time immemorial subject of good and evil and delivers it in an old fashioned way in a contemporary setting. Jackson's writing is at its best when she's describing typical fire and brimstone type scenarios of hell, with demons being tortured for eternity or sent to Earth to sow Satan's seed, but I would have liked to have read much more about that. Unfortunately the book's not as consistent as I would have liked and more thought could have been given to structure. That aside, I very much enjoyed this story, where the emphasis is mainly on the characters; primarily Clara, who is a good Christian striving to make choices for her soul over every day sin, and Nick, the evangelical pastor who's firmly in the service of sin and its master: Satan.There are (sometimes graphic) tales of orgies, abuse, paedophilia, secret societies, hidden political agendas and conspiracies scattered throughout, highlighting some of the hypocrisies of the church and big business politics, and showing the devil's mastery of the world.So, whilst on the one hand, the idea of Satan being everywhere in the material world is nothing new, the modern day conspiracy side of this story is. You only have to do a quick YouTube search to see how many believe in Satanic conspiracies these days. And when it comes to things like government paedophile groups, we're not even in the land of conspiracy; as things that once were called that are now simply indisputable facts- and Jackson bravely delivers such topics well within this novel.Harry Whitewolf (author of Route Number 11 and The Road To Purification).