by Gun Arvidssen

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"Under the circumstances, it takes Nathan Habu a surprisingly short period of time to realise that he has died and is now in Hell."

Thus begins a confusing journey towards redemption as Habu makes his way through Purgatory in his efforts to be liberated into the Next World. He meets an assortment of Purgatory's other occupants, among them the extraordinarily alluring Kaiowas, Blindness the Bringer of Souls, and a mysterious, merciless agent of bad karma.

Being privy, in turn, to periods of brutally visceral Hell and sublime episodes in a turquoise room filled with absolute beauty, Habu is guided by the voice of a woman who transmits communiques directly into his mind. He must learn what Purgatory seeks to teach him, and settle accounts that overshadow him from the World of the Alive.

But Purgatory's layers of reality are more complicated than they initially seem.

The author recommends .pdf or .mobi versions for download, as some ebook readers are known to mangle even the most carefully formatted .epub file.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940045437738
Publisher: Gun Arvidssen
Publication date: 11/13/2013
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 306 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Gun Arvidssen is an Australian writer and musician who has also been involved in a diverse variety of enterprises that range from piloting aerobatic aircraft to film-making and the manufacture of experimental devices.Arvidssen has been responsible for many independent and collaborative writing projects as well as developing and coordinating the now-defunct NAEPALM Industries, an online portal offering news and professional services for independent thinkers. With Stu Marshall, he established GuitarHead.net, a technology demonstrator for a unique webzine format aimed at guitarists. Other collaborative efforts with Marshall include his work on the Empires of Eden project, in which he contributed text and spoken word on the debut album.In 2004, aged 27, Arvidssen was appointed editor of Guitarist Australia magazine. He relinquished the role within a year due after ongoing disputes related to the questionable business practices of Derwent Howard, the publishing company that produced the magazine. During his tenure, he became a celebrated reviewer of music and equipment, with manufacturers such as Mesa Boogie reproducing his features and a variety of artists posting his reflections on their websites.In addition to blogging under a variety of pseudonyms, Arvidssen works as a subeditor and DIY project contributor to Australian Handyman magazine. He is also periodically commissioned as an independent media producer. In this capacity, he has recorded instrument demonstrations, produced and engineered musical recordings for other artists, and made short films such as promotional videos for musicians and other online audiovisual content.

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