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Hell til Heaven [Reading] ➾ Hell til Heaven By J.C. Fiske – Buyprobolan50.co.uk After losing all that he loves by his own hands Joseph McCarley is a changed man In most social circles none of which he belongs to he is now known as a drunk a womanizer and to put it nicely an assho After losing all that he loves by his own hands Joseph McCarley is a changed man In most social circles none of which he belongs to he is now known as a drunk a womanizer and to put it nicely an asshole But there are some mostly his patients that know him to be something else A therapeutic geniusJoe can Hell til Epub / save you but only for a paycheck He'll listen to your grievances put on a caring face and spout advice faster then Buddha on a bender but at the end of the day the one thing he can't save is himself That is until a car does it for himIn an unexpected selfless act Joe saves the life of another at the cost of his own and severs his soul from his body Now a ghost stranded on the streets of Boston he has only his guardian angel Lara to protect him from the demonic hordes seeking to claim his soulHowever all is not as it seems A mysterious dark fire flickers within Joe waiting watching and preparing him for a fate heaven can't predict and hell can't prepare for % of proceeds go to our veterans.


2 thoughts on “Hell til Heaven

  1. Jeff Dawson Jeff Dawson says:

    It started out really well You could believe in the main character Joe McCarley and his current dilemma in life; failed novelist turned psychologist You are introduced to many of his friends and his family and the struggles they have all endured At times you almost can relate to Joe but there is so much going on and uninteresting dialogue I found myself losing interest What could have been said in a few sentences at times took a full page The excessive dialogue clouded over the theme of the book Ever been talking to someone hoping they would eventually stop talking? The book if full of this type of conversational dialogue There are some great fight scenes that became way to busy The college bar fight Arch Angels Gabriel and Michael who is possessed and Joe's final battle with the beast residing in Gabriel One minute you think everyone is dead or dying and the next they on their feet locked in mortal combat again Very difficult to follow at timesThe battle in the church started out great and then it just became than unbelievable it became ridiculous Again way too much description and dialogue I know a lot of people with very diverse backgrounds and interests but I can not think of one I would recommend the book to The book ended with an obvious seuel in the works I will have to pass on it The plus If the author would have skimmed about 25% of the dialogue out definitely a three star if not a 35 would have been well merited


  2. glitrbug glitrbug says:

    Just didn't do it for me Boring read the whole thing but wouldn't bother with book 2


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