Imagine Being Pulled Into the Hereafter. While You’re Still Alive.
A disillusioned business executive whose life has hit a dead-end, Nick Seagrave has lost loved ones to tragedy and his family to neglect. Now, at a point of great crisis, he unbelievably and inexplicably finds himself transported to what appears to be another world.
Suddenly he’s confronted with profoundly clear views of his own past and personality. At the same time, he’s enabled to see, hear, taste, and smell the realities of both heaven and hell–realities that force him to face dangers and trials far greater than any he’s known before.
Pitted against flying beasts, a monstrous web that threatens to hold him captive, an evil, brooding intelligence, and undeniable evidence of a spiritual world, Nick must finally consider the God he claims not to believe in.
Walking between two worlds, Nick Seagrave prepares to make decisions that will change his life forever, as he stands on the Edge of Eternity .
From the Hardcover edition.
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|Title of eBook: Edge of Eternity||Series: The Deadline Trilogy, , #3|
|Release Date: 02-04-2009|
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|Publisher: Waterbrook Press|
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Edge of Eternity
THE STORM CRASHED down behind me, lightning bolts chasing me like a pack of bloodhounds, thunder screaming at me. As light flooded the darkness, I looked up through the pounding rain and saw a wall of jutting rocks looming above the road, their long arms poised like executioners.
The wind was a giant hand at my back, driving me on. I tried digging in my heels, but the road was mud, my feet indistinguishable from the swirling brown goo that sucked me downward.
My heart pounded as if I were pursued by a midnight stalker. My body dripped like a deep gash in a dark cloud.
Why did my right arm feel so heavy? My forefinger trembled. My right temple ached from a pressure I couldn't explain. I sensed a cold eye staring at me, a shadowy Cyclops threatening me, pushing itself toward me.
Where was I? What was happening? How did I get on this road alone, bareheaded in this awful tempest?
I remembered driving to my mountain cabin and then ... the rest was a blur.
Gusts of wind kept shoving me forward, letting up a little, then pushing even harder. All I saw through dripping, stinging eyes was the ground passing beneath my feet. My jeans were drenched, my hunting jacket a soaked sponge. I shivered.
My knees quaked and my mind started spinning in the gray violence. I could no longer tell ground from sky, earth from heaven.
"Help me! God, help" Catching myself I groaned. I might as well be talking to the tooth fairy for all the good it would do me.