Tagebuch aus der Hölle

Tagebuch aus der Hölle

Jeffrey Thomas / Dec 15, 2019

Tagebuch aus der H lle Die Warnung eines Toten an uns die noch Lebenden Dies sind die Aufzeichnungen eines Mannes der nach seinem Selbstmord in der H lle erwacht denn dort landen alle Menschen au er bibelfeste Christen F

  • Title: Tagebuch aus der Hölle
  • Author: Jeffrey Thomas
  • ISBN: 9783865520968
  • Page: 355
  • Format: Paperback
  • Die Warnung eines Toten an uns, die noch Lebenden Dies sind die Aufzeichnungen eines Mannes, der nach seinem Selbstmord in der H lle erwacht denn dort landen alle Menschen, au er bibelfeste Christen Fragt den Papst, der wird es Euch best tigen Wie all die anderen armen Seelen muss der Mann endlose Qualen ertragen denn in der H lle stirbt man nicht Und die vielen D moDie Warnung eines Toten an uns, die noch Lebenden Dies sind die Aufzeichnungen eines Mannes, der nach seinem Selbstmord in der H lle erwacht denn dort landen alle Menschen, au er bibelfeste Christen Fragt den Papst, der wird es Euch best tigen Wie all die anderen armen Seelen muss der Mann endlose Qualen ertragen denn in der H lle stirbt man nicht Und die vielen D monen haben nur eine Aufgabe Ungl ubige zu foltern und zu bestrafen Als der Mann die schwerverletzte D monin Chara findet, die von einigen rebellischen Verdammten an einem Baum gekreuzigt wurde, berkommt ihn Mitleid Er befreit Chara und damit l st er eine sich langsam vollziehende Kettenreaktion aus, die zur letzten Schlacht zwischen Himmel und H lle, Engel und D monen f hrt

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      • Jeffrey Thomas

        Jeffrey Thomas is an American author of fantastical fiction, the creator of the acclaimed milieu Punktown Books in the Punktown universe include the short story collections PUNKTOWN, VOICES FROM PUNKTOWN, PUNKTOWN SHADES OF GREY with his brother, Scott Thomas , and GHOSTS OF PUNKTOWN Novels in that setting include DEADSTOCK, BLUE WAR, MONSTROCITY, HEALTH AGENT, EVERYBODY SCREAM , and RED CELLS Thomas s other short story collections include WORSHIP THE NIGHT, THIRTEEN SPECIMENS, NOCTURNAL EMISSIONS, DOOMSDAYS, TERROR INCOGNITA, UNHOLY DIMENSIONS, AAAIIIEEE , HONEY IS SWEETER THAN BLOOD, and ENCOUNTERS WITH ENOCH COFFIN with W H Pugmire His other novels include LETTERS FROM HADES, THE FALL OF HADES, BEAUTIFUL HELL, BONELAND, BEYOND THE DOOR, THOUGHT FORMS, SUBJECT 11, LOST IN DARKNESS, THE SEA OF FLESH AND ASH with his brother, Scott Thomas , BLOOD SOCIETY, and A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET THE DREAM DEALERS Thomas lives in Massachusetts.


    761 Comments

    1. This has now become my favorite book! Ever!While reading this book it made me want to go to church because if hell is anything like Jeffrey Thomas describes it, I don't want to be there!I love it!


    2. I absolutely loved this book. Let me tell you, though, I don't think it is going to make its Christian readers really happy.The first line in this book is "On my fifth day in Hell, I found a praying mantis." From that moment on I was hooked & pretty much didn't leave the book until I'd finished itot summary:Written in journal format, the narator of the story is a recent newcomer to Hell via suicide and because he was an agnostic. But this is not the hell you learned about in Sunday School, f [...]


    3. This is one of the bitterest and most brilliant explorations of Hell going. The Hell in question is a fundamentalist Hell, not Dante's, and the Heaven that the Saved inhabit is the sort of neon-and-plastic Las Vegas clone that too many of the fundamentalist rank-and-file aspire to. The narrator of the story is a man who died fairly young. He finds himself in a place that is not only merciless, but designed by a sadistic madman with maximum torment in mind, not justice. Struggling to avoid the wo [...]


    4. Yet another satisfying trip down that particular rabbit hole that leads to hell. A great story and well written in an easily digestible and delightful manner. This author really has the ability to pull you in and paints a very dark and bleak picture of hell, but really entertains with the bits of light that is cast as well.


    5. The Hades setting is my favorite of Thomas's, and this is my favorite book in the setting. Like lot of the author's stories, the inclination is to categorize this as horror, but at it's core it's probably best described as a love story in a really, really fucked up setting.




    6. Ich muss zugeben, ich habe mir dieses Buch aus zwei Gründen gekauft: 1. Der Verlag und 2. das Cover. Ich war nach dem Lesen dieses Buches so begeistert! In der Tradition von Schriftstellern wie Jules Verne geschrieben


    7. Sacrilegi-delicious!I made the mistake of picking this book as bedtime reading. I barely slept; not for the horror, but rather because I was unable to STOP READING.


    8. Ever since I read Larry Niven's Inferno in my early teens, I've been fascinated by books which depict Hell and Demons. Some books that stand out are Larry Niven's aforementioned book, Wayne Barlowe's God's Demon, Anne Rice's Memnoch The Devil,and Piers Anthony's On A Pale Horse.Thus it was with some excitement that I approached Letters From Hades, and the early chapters lived up to my hopes. One enjoyable aspect of descriptions of Hell tends to be the minutiae of environmental detail - Hell tend [...]


    9. A travelogue - 87 days in Hades (read 'Hell' but without Satan. Interesting? Yes - and reminds me that I have other Thomas work to read (And should probably also have another go at Dante, for comparison).This is the lettered edition (T), leather bound, slipcased with a volume of the illustrations by Erik Williams (and with an additional story by Thomas - The Abandoned), The Art of Hades (no separate ISBN - 74 pages) which I read on June 9. The main volume includes the short story ( 'Coffee Break [...]


    10. Entirely TwistedGives new meaning to that old bumper sticker, "We're Saved. You're Damned." Extrapolated to the nth degree Thomas delivers supreme, wonderful surrealism of the very best kind.


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