Death of Heaven

Death of Heaven

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by JZ Murdock
     
 

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No one knew that the end would be so intimately watched by only two, while the entire world died all around them.
Throughout the whole of Human History many philosophies and religions have attempted to answer that ultimate question:
Where did we come from?
James and Jimmy, brothers in spirit and a childhood tragedy that forever changed them are about to

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No one knew that the end would be so intimately watched by only two, while the entire world died all around them.
Throughout the whole of Human History many philosophies and religions have attempted to answer that ultimate question:
Where did we come from?
James and Jimmy, brothers in spirit and a childhood tragedy that forever changed them are about to discover the answer to that ultimate of all questions.
They will learn about the amazing and the unbelievable.
They alone will discover that unlike anything that has ever before been considered, no one could have known what existence on Earth was really all about.
They and not they alone, will discover what nightmares are made of.
James with his unique ability will lead Jimmy down the corridor of insanity and horror. The history of Earth is of someone not of this Earth, but of this Earth.
Are they Aliens? Angels? Gods?
Something is going to happen and someone needs to know. To know the Truth... about Humanity, about Earth, about... what is about to come.
Friedrich Nietzsche claimed in 1882 that "God is Dead".
Yet that was only a small piece of the whole misleading truth. It is now left for these two friends alone to experience pieces of the entire story, while along with the rest of the Human Race, they will experience firsthand the--

Death of Heaven

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940033206353
Publisher:
JZ Murdock
Publication date:
04/29/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
729 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Meet the Author

JZ Murdock's first horror story was published in 1990 ("In Memory, Yet Crystal Clear") and also has short stories published in various anthologies along with other authors. With a degree. in Psychology, he was for many years a Sr. Technical Writer. But as there isn't much character or story development in that and certainly no punch at the end, he has chosen to turn his attentions to writing horror and sci fi, screenplays and some non-fiction, including a weekly blog at Murdockinations.com. The first full chapter of Death of heaven, "The Conqueror Worm" is also available as standalone ebook or audiobook (http://amzn.to/21QDauB). I challenge anyone to read that and not honestly feel that they do not want to turn the page to the next chapter. Also there are several audiobooks available on Amazon, Audible.com and iTunes - http://bit.ly/1qXtMSl Visit his web site at JZMurdock.com

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notrow1 More than 1 year ago
I received a copy of this book from the author in return for an honest review. This is a most intriguing story. I am not sure it was completely my cup of tea, but I did like it. James and Jimmy are both intriguing characters. They both grew up in the same neighbourhood, but one event will change their lives forever. Jimmy will grow up and end up serving his country in the military, but James's life will take a strange twist. They meet again some years later, and an incredible story of a desperate journey, an accident and an attempt at communication is recorded for all humanity. This story is a mix between science fiction and horror. The storyline was extremely unique. It is difficult to say how different it is without giving spoilers. However, I will say that this story has a unique twist on the origins of Earth. Was it created by accident? The horror aspects were extremely graphic; it made me want to wash my brain out with bleach! The violence and depravity made me feel a little ill! However, I had the "rabbits caught in the headlights" feeling whilst reading this book; I was so fascinated that I just had to keep reading! The juxtaposition between the consciousness of Blue, Fade, Chaos, Fear, Cause and Sane (whom are quite peaceful in actuality) interacting with humans, and the subsequent horror that is unleashed, is quite jarring. The science fiction aspect left me with a huge question mark or two. Why did someone, or something, want to hunt the SoulHeart? Was it jealousy, or something more sinister? Whatever the cause, it made for an intriguing read! The story is fast paced in places, but screeches to a crawl in others, as the story flicks between the different viewpoints. This may be a bit disorientating to some readers. J.Z. Murdock has written a horror story that completely had me transfixed! I'm intrigued as to what he is working on next! Although horror is not one of my favourite genres, I recommend this book to those who do love it. - Lynn Worton