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The Crashing of Heaven and Hell

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It was so beautiful, yet so terrible, to see the crashed islands of Heaven and Hell naked on the planet’s surface. To blurt out how and why would be a great insult to everyone involved. To be truly enlightened, or entertained if you’re an Atheist, you must know the series of events that happened on the day Heaven and Hell came crashing down. Follow the normal lives of seve ...more
Paperback, 166 pages
Published July 29th 2013 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (first published July 28th 2013)
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Oct 18, 2013 rated it really liked it
Leave all of your preconceived notions of Heaven and Hell at the door, but do hang on to your sense of fantasy as you enter the universe created by Dennis Spielman in The Crashing of Heaven and Hell. Two young lovers get caught up in a bizarre series of events through an act of human concern and kindness. They have become pawns in a battle of the gods as a plot unfolds to unleash havoc on the Green Planet (one of five planets in another star system named by color.) Heaven and Hell are “islands” ...more
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On paper, this has quite the premise. I loved how DSpeilman wanted to put a spin on the apocalypse (or maybe not as I didn't finish). There are story vignettes leaading up to the crashing which were quite entertaining. The reason why I DNF is because of the hyperlinked notes.

THR CRASHING OF HEAVEN AND HELL is a sci-fi novel and at 166 pages quite a short and quick read. DSpielman's imagination has promise, creating this world so like the Earth with modifications, its like a parallel world. An
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Dennis Spielman is a filmmaker and writer whose most notable work is his travel and interview series, Uncovering Oklahoma. In addition to his travel series, he’s author of the 16th Pheonix Universe Stories, director of the feature length documentaries, District Up! and Uncovering Oklahoma Summer Fun, and has created several short films and music videos. He currently lives with his wife in Norman, ...more