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Welcome to Hell is a collection of short stories where we try to answer an age old question. No not "what is the meaning of life", but what is Hell really like. As beauty is in the eye of the beholder; so too is Hell. Welcome, please stay for a spin... The Devil’s Parade by Chris Stevens We all love a parade, the marching bands, floats and dignitaries -- an event for Mommy and Daddy and all the kids to enjoy. But remember, on the main street in Hell, it only exudes the love you gave your family. Hell’s Theater by...
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Welcome to Hell is a collection of short stories where we try to answer an age old question. No not "what is the meaning of life", but what is Hell really like. As beauty is in the eye of the beholder; so too is Hell. Welcome, please stay for a spin... The Devil’s Parade by Chris Stevens We all love a parade, the marching bands, floats and dignitaries -- an event for Mommy and Daddy and all the kids to enjoy. But remember, on the main street in Hell, it only exudes the love you gave your family. Hell’s Theater by Jonathan D. Stiffy You know how they say that as you die your life passes before your eyes? What if that movie reveals your every flaw and your shameful last moments of lies and betrayals? And what if the movie repeats, a never-ending exposé? Then you, my friend, are dying in Hell's Theater. To Quench a Thirst by Elias Siqueiros The barren land of west Texas hides a town where the dead walk the earth and demand water from the living to quench their thirst. Who will serve them to quench their thirst? The Devil's Curse by Norman A. Rubin There is a legend in the Adirondacks about Michael the Red who, on one cold and desperate night, fought the Devil's dog, the hound of Hell, and lived to tell about it. It Comes with the Rain by Spyder Collins Who will survive the Rapture when blood falls from the skies and floods the world. The Haunted House by Dave Fragments Alms for the poor. Alms for the poor. Blood for the Inquisition. This Halloween, there is a haunted house on a hill near you and what if its dungeon is the real deal? Your Trick and Treat might be a life of eternal suffering. The Icehouse by Rick McQuiston Beware strange men bearing books with strange inscriptions on the cover. That book could be the gateway to hell. Soul of the Devil by Eric Styles All hail Satan and let choirs of fallen angels announce the imminent birth of a male child, son of the Lord of the Bottomless Pit, the Son or Perdition, a child whose sacrifice will open the Gates of Hell. Pound of Flesh by Chris Tepedino The righteous may keep the devils from entering the world but at what price? The Audit by Will Endres, Jr. You think you're the only one who has got problems with the IRS? HAH!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015759563
  • Publisher: Fantastic Horror
  • Publication date: 12/11/2012
  • Series: Fantastic Horror , #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 146
  • File size: 2 MB

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