Death of Divinity

Death of Divinity

by Dan Hokstad

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Death of Divinity is an epic fantasy that challenges the existence of God and even time itself. Christians, demons, and atheists travel through time, eventually leaving the fate of the universe reeling in the balance.

Book One sees a father transform into a young boy as he journeys back to the Second World War to change the course of history. An evil Nordic entity chases his family through the decades before a modern crusader intervenes, setting up the final conflict in Book Two – Ragnarok. Here, the next generation travels to the Viking era, the future, and into parallel universes, causing a rift between all the gods ... and the possible destruction of the cosmos itself.

Ashes to ash to ashes – time annihilates all believers.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161416365
Publisher: Club Lighthouse Publishing
Publication date: 02/02/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 660 KB

About the Author

Dan Hokstad was born in Longueuil, a suburb of Montréal, Québec. As a member of an RCAF family, he moved around quite a bit: living in Tacoma, Washington, North Bay, Ontario, and in Tønder, on the Danish-German border. He has fought forest-fires in Northern Ontario, reported on news and entertainment in Stratford, and brings life, vitality, and love of literature to high school classrooms in North Bay. Mostly teaching university-preparation English classes, he has also taught everything from Kindergarten to history at the College level.He attended Carleton University, Fanshawe College, Canadore College and Nipissing University. A former broadcaster,Mr. Hokstad was a

reporter and on-air personality at several radio stations across Ontario. Returning to university to complete his studies in English and history, he became a teacher so that he could concentrate his efforts on writing. He has written plays for high school, and also composes a regular column for The North Bay Nugget. His writing reflects his travels and experiences: a unique worldview that is hilariously satirical, refreshingly candid, and charmingly poignant. Mr. Hokstad is a loving husband, and a dedicated father of two. The Sacred Ash: A Modern Myth in Three Seasons is his first book. You can find him on the web at:

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