Afterlife

Afterlife It s not until we die that we learn the truth about life Thus speak the dead who struggle to preserve their sanity There is no Heaven There is no Hell Every human who has ever died is still on Earth i

  • Title: Afterlife
  • Author: K. Edwin Fritz
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 342
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • It s not until we die that we learn the truth about life Thus speak the dead who struggle to preserve their sanity There is no Heaven There is no Hell Every human who has ever died is still on Earth instead They watch the living and fight a myriad of inner demons, trying to stave off what they all fear the most turning, finally, into a thing they call Hellions The It s not until we die that we learn the truth about life Thus speak the dead who struggle to preserve their sanity There is no Heaven There is no Hell Every human who has ever died is still on Earth instead They watch the living and fight a myriad of inner demons, trying to stave off what they all fear the most turning, finally, into a thing they call Hellions There are tens of billions who have already failed More and , it seems, turn every day To change any of this, it would take a true miracle.

    One thought on “Afterlife”

    1. A short novel richly long in imagery. Just on the other side of our existence, Afterlife serves up a tableau eerily evocative of Blake meets Gray in that country churchyard.

    2. This story was a page-turner! As the story line progressed, I found it reminiscent of Stephen King's work, as Mr. Fritz made a fantastic story line more and more believable. The universal themes of life after death and the power of hope rang true and were well illustrated. I look forward to reading more of his work!

    3. I'm not used to horror stories with a subliminal positive message, so this story took me a little by surprise. I especially liked how Fritz did not follow along with the same, worn out, so "last year" zombie theme, but instead created a thought-provoking story that was still disturbing (a good type of disturbing) Can't wait to see what Fritz comes up with next!

    4. An interesting premise with problematic execution. The story did not hit its stride until mid way through and even then would have benefited from stronger editing. Inappropriately billed as horror.

    5. Hope - is that a thing for the living only?Captivating story. At first I thought this story is about souls passing on, and their immediate trip to heaven or hell. How difficult is that for a trapped soul meant for heaven , to escape those in hell? It is my first book of this author and it's definitely not going to be my last.

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