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Hannah Singer, Celestial Advocate

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People constantly hear, "You're being naughty. You're being sinful. You're going to burn in Hell." Meet your defense attorney. Hannah Singer is a Celestial Advocate. When people who have died stand in judgment, she protects them from being Cast Down. A former Atheist, she is smart, clever, and funny, and relies on every trick at her disposal to prevent Church Advocates ...more
Paperback, 184 pages
Published November 1st 2010 by Createspace
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May 31, 2011 K.A. rated it really liked it
Shelves: inspirational
Hannah Singer: Celestial Advocate is a collection of intriguing short stories about the celestial courts of the afterlife. Told from the point of view of Hannah Singer, a former atheist who helped defeat the Churches from casting her down to hell at her own trial, she is now a Celestial Advocate who takes on the tough cases that some might say are impossible, cases where the Church Advocates are demanding that the soul be Cast Down.

Overall Hannah Singer is a solid collection – from the beginnin
Mornblade Keltoislave
Feb 27, 2011 Mornblade Keltoislave rated it really liked it
When this book was first suggested to me, I must say, I was a bit sceptical. Although it is fiction, it is still a book about angels, souls, the reward of Heaven, the punishment of Hell, and the afterlife. As I am not the kind of person who goes for religious leaning or "Inspirational" books, I couldn't imagine why this was being suggested to me. But I gave it a try anyway.

It turned out to be pretty good. While it is about the things I previously mentioned, it is more of a light courtroom drama
Fraser Sherman
Apr 17, 2015 Fraser Sherman rated it it was ok
Shelves: graphic-novels
Maybe 1.5 I started to lose interest in this book about a celestial courtroom in the second story, where Hannah turns out to be a medieval atheist because she sounds way too contemporary (I think unbelief in the Middle Ages should feel very different). Also none of the moral dilemmas really clicked with me, partly because the arguments for the "send them to hell" side feel very unconvincing which kills a lot of the suspense. For such an unconventional view of heaven, it's also odd that it ...more
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May 08, 2011
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