Derry, NH (PRWEB) August 19, 2014
Author Christopher Angione uses a near death experience as an inspiration for his new book, “IN FEAR OF HEAVEN” (published by Xlibris) which shows how an individual can control his destiny even despite death.
“IN FEAR OF HEAVEN” follows Jack, a recently deceased man, but when he is brought back to life against his wishes, he is inadvertently made aware that there is much more to this system of life and death than what is eluded to by any religious dogma. Experiencing that there is something else; what is the else? How does it work? Jack Dooley needs to know.
As he stumbles along, he realized that hell has no horrors that can match those of one’s own will. Stubborn and wary, Jack Dooley will not surrender his self – he will not give up his individuality – and under no circumstances will he accept this bliss of heaven, not without the fight of a lifetime anyway.
“IN FEAR OF HEAVEN”
By Christopher Angione
Hardcover | 6x9 in | 336 pages | ISBN 9781499028973
Softcover | 6x9 in | 336 pages | ISBN 9781499028980
E-Book | 336 pages | ISBN 9781499028959
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author:
Christopher Angione is a husband and a father of three girls and one son. He grew up in the metro N.Y. area and currently lives in N.H. He has worked as a farm hand, restaurant busboy, telemarketer, bartender, bar/restaurant-owner/operator, chain restaurant general manager, insurance and securities representative, and a car salesman. He is currently on disability due to a 20-year struggle with multiple sclerosis dipping south. During his senior year in college studying in London, he was stabbed through both lungs outside an after hour’s pub. He lost his hold on this world in the casualty ward of St. Mary’s hospital. These events had him questioning more than he could derive answers to, so he started to write. Those true events and a glut of absolutely not true events tangled together and resulted in this book.
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