Beers In Heaven (A Modern Afterlife Novel)

Beers In Heaven (A Modern Afterlife Novel)

Ford Forkum / Apr 07, 2020

Beers In Heaven A Modern Afterlife Novel The debate over the origins of life ends here with every belief system including atheism being proven embarrassingly wrong in the light of the actual truth Religious people can at least take comfort

  • Title: Beers In Heaven (A Modern Afterlife Novel)
  • Author: Ford Forkum
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 240
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The debate over the origins of life ends here with every belief system including atheism being proven embarrassingly wrong in the light of the actual truth Religious people can, at least, take comfort in the fact that there is a God, as well as a Heaven Likewise, they can continue to legitimately worry and agonize over being sent to Hell when they die, as Satan is alsoThe debate over the origins of life ends here with every belief system including atheism being proven embarrassingly wrong in the light of the actual truth Religious people can, at least, take comfort in the fact that there is a God, as well as a Heaven Likewise, they can continue to legitimately worry and agonize over being sent to Hell when they die, as Satan is also real, and damnation is indeed eternal and unpleasant.Atheists, however, need not be disappointed with the assured existence of God, as they can still gloat over how mistaken every religion has been about mostly everything else.Heaven, particularly in the modern era, is a dauntingly complex place, especially for twenty year old Zack Preston, who had enough trouble adjusting to reality while he was still alive Arriving in Heaven, he meets his assigned Orientation Guide, who explains to him that the purpose of eternal life is to strive to become ever like God.Young Zack quickly realizes that mimicking God isn t easy In fact, he struggles with even the most basic principle of spiritual existence namely, conducting his incorporeal body and learning to fly as angels are supposed to.His Orientation Guide warns him that unless he can achieve the power of flight during his orientation period, he may be judged unworthy of Heaven, and cast into Hell, with no chance of ever returning All the while, he learns that, in an environment where anything is possible, a lot can go wrong and frequently does Through the interweaving of Zack s life and afterlife stories, you ll get a comprehensive view of what you re in for once you get there assuming you get there You ll learn Heaven s procedures for judgment, induction and training of newly dead spirits You ll also learn what people do with an unfathomable amount of time on their hands But above all, you ll witness a barrage of ridiculously surreal happenings that could only occur when the foibles of human consciousness are pitted against unlimited possibilities.

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      • Ford Forkum

        Hi there I write humorous and satirical stories that include Aliens, Zombies, Vampires, Fairies, Dwarfs, Talking Mirrors, God, Satan, Princesses, and Giraffes My latest book Cinderelleper is now available at.Paperback Cinderelleper Ebook dp B01NAX6LZY


    388 Comments

    1. "The odd thing about surprises is how likely they are to occur."Zachary Alexander Preston, twenty years of age, finds himself in Heaven. He doesn't know it's Heaven, heck, he doesn't even know who he is or how he got here. That is, of course, a normal Heavenly operating procedure; it takes time and help from the local, well-trained "orientation guides," to reconstruct all the brain connections in this new, "spirit" form. However, unlike most, Zach arrives with his eyes open, which requires a har [...]


    2. I just love Ford Forkum’s sense of humor. I have previously likened this author to Douglas Adams and Jasper Fforde (read my review of “Alien Invasion in the Zombie Apocalypse” by clicking here). In “Beers in Heaven,” Forkum lands more heavily in the surreal whackadoo land that is the wonderful Fforde. From the moment Zach arrives in Heaven things go off course. He opens his eyes in the processing center and wanders off to the wrong cloud where he meets a talking giraffe who subsequentl [...]


    3. I went in not knowing what to expect and closed the book (well, not really as I read it on my kindle) with a smile on my face. Zack Preston finds himself in modern day Heaven, where he is processed with the help of computer software and is allocated a cloud furnished with flats, parks and bars and restaurants where he can buy beer. To help him come to terms with his life (and untimely death) he has a confused giraffe and a professional guide. Only too soon is the reader made aware that Zack is s [...]


    4. A Different Read "Beers In Heaven" by Ford ForkumZachary Preston, 20 years old finds himself in Heaven, he doesn't remember how or why he's there, he's not suppose to know. On his way to Heaven the oddest thing happens, Zach goes through the Judgement center with his eyes open. The judgement center and the Emissary center start flipping out. How could this happen.Zach is shuttled through tubes, this all with eyes open, scared to death.He lands on cloud 999 where he sees a house just like earths [...]


    5. I started reading this book with high expectations, because I had quite enjoyed the author's previous book, but I got disappointed very soon. I found it so boring that it took me forever to finish it. Besides, finding typos and even missing words is something that really annoys me.Maybe the problem is that I am not a very religious, theological, mystical, philosophical (you choose the word) person, because at the beginning of the book I could hardly understand anything that it was going on. I ne [...]


    6. I really enjoyed this sarcastic and humorous look at the afterlife. When Zachary Preston finds himself in heaven, things aren't exactly the way he or anyone else imagined. First of all, Zachary has a bit of amnesia and can't remember his life or his death for that matter. As he uses meditation to recover his memories the reader is given access to Zack's life and then his untimely death. Zack is given an orientation guide to help him with this, in this ironic tale, not everything is as it seems a [...]


    7. This book started off interesting but became bland and boring quite quickly. The build-up to the protagonist's death was long-drawn and tiresome. The talking giraffe was fun at the start but became boring very soon. I couldn't connect with any of the characters but found the description of Heaven interesting. Overall, an average book.


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