The Crashing of Heaven and Hell

Dennis Spielman
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“If you are looking for something off the beaten path, cleverly written, with some snarky dialogue, a strangely foreign world and quirky characters hiding a possible deeply hidden message about our society's state? Its all there in The Crashing of Heaven and Hell!”
~ Dianne of Tome Tender

Two young lovers get caught up in a bizarre series of events through an act of human concern and kindness as they become pawns in a battle of the gods as a plot unfolds to unleash havoc on their planet when their Heaven and Hell comes crashing down. 

Follow the normal lives of several people on the Green Planet as they deal with vengeful actors, kidnapping robots, making a documentary, a disappearing moon, scavengers in space, a zombie rights protest, and the Gods’ schemes to cause the planet’s heaven and hell to crash on the surface. Take an amazing journey on Hell’s wicked roller coaster, fly with angels in heaven, shop in a futuristic mall in the shape of a crystalline horse, run from a giant three headed dog on a hover board, meet some fascinating people, and get involved in the Gods’ drama in The Crashing of Heaven and Hell by Dennis Spielman.

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About the author

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 Phoenix 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, Oklahoma with his three fur babies.

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Dennis Spielman
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166
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English
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Fiction / Fantasy / General
Fiction / Science Fiction / General
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