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Who in Hell by Sean Kelly

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Published by Random House Value Publishing .
Written in English

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ISBN 100517310074
ISBN 109780517310076

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23 Minutes in Hell is a personal book written by Protestant Christian Bill Wiese and published in The book recounts what the author claims were his experiences in Hell in The book and the underlying story within it are the topic of a series of speaking tours given by Wiese, predominantly to Protestant churches and other Christian organizations. The new novel from one of American literature's brightest stars, author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning A Good Scent from a Strange Mountain, Robert Olen Butler's uproarious new novel is set in the underworld. Its main character, Hatcher McCord, is an evening news presenter who has found himself in Hell and is struggling to explain his bad fortune/5().   It tells the story of the writer, Dante, searching for his dead lover Beatrice while exploring the three realms, Inferno, Purgatorio, and Paradiso. In English, those are hell, purgatory, and heaven, or paradise. While all three literary works are excellent, the Inferno captured the . Hell (a.k.a. Gehenna, Hades, Hel, Jahannam, Sheol and Tartarus) is a fictional location, an infernal Underworld utilized in various American comic book stories published by DC is the locational antithesis of the Silver City in DC Comics location known as Hell is based heavily on its depiction in Abrahamic gh several versions of Hell had briefly appeared.