Go To Hell

Go To Hell

by Pab Sungenis

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Not only is there life after death, there is employment.

When high school senior, football star, and all around jerk Ryan Harper is accidentally killed, the man he thought was a talent scout hands him a card: “Go to Hell, go directly to Hell, do not pass Go, do not collect $200.00.”

Once there, he is offered a fascinating opportunity: instead of burning down below, he can opt to join a new employment program they’re launching to compete with the whole “guardian angel” thing. He tentatively agrees, and wakes up in a new body, transferred to a new school, and with his first assignment: just stay close to his new classmate Amanda. That’s all he has to do, just stay close and let things happen naturally.

However, as he fends off bullies who make his new life as difficult as he made other kids’ before, deals with a bunch of goth kids who fawn all over him when he drops a pamphlet entitled “So You’re Dead, Now What?” near them accidentally, and faces the unintended consequences of a budding romance with his assignment, he discovers that he might just be along the wrong career path. Only Heaven, and a few lucky Community Chest cards, can save him now.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940012414632
Publisher: 2,000 Monkeys With Typewriters, LLC
Publication date: 05/14/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 526 KB

About the Author

Pab Sungenis is a comedian, playwright, and the creator of the daily comic strip "The New Adventures of Queen Victoria" (distributed by Universal Press Syndicate).

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Go To Hell 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
raggedy11 More than 1 year ago
A well written, humorous and entertaining book, which addresses the idea of bullying. From a spiritual point of view covers ideas of right and wrong, forgiveness, salvation and redemption. In some ways this book reminded me of C. S. Lewis' "The Screwtape Letters". Has a moral lesson without being at all preachy; but never stops being a fun read. (It helps if you know how to play Monopoly).
jerrybb More than 1 year ago
Kept me reading straight on through to the end. Clever and witty, impossible to predict the twists and turns. Well done. Looking forward to more from Pab Sungenis!