ENCYCLOPÆDIA OF HELL II: The Conquest of Heaven A Demonic History of the Future Concerning the Celestial Realm and the Angelic Race Which Infests It
Illustrated by Tony Millionaire and Mahendra Singh.
Herein lie terrible cosmic secrets stolen from God’s Library, including the mystery of why God created Satan, never mind mosquitoes, cellulite and murder hornets. Martin Olson’s savage wit provides the firepower for a preposterous literary feat unaccomplished since Mark Twain and Ambrose Bierce passed―channeling the real voice of Satan.
Like its predecessor, "Encyclopædia of Hell, The Conquest of Heaven" is impossible to categorize, except as a comedic literary masterpiece that must be savored, page by page. It's an examination, through bombastic letters, emails, drawings, folk tales and court depositions, of a vast mega-battle for the control of the universe. Think of it as Paradise Lost meets The Office on LSD." - Geoffrey James, INC. Magazine.
A "Mark Twain'ian" perspective on the human condition, good and evil, religion, and the human condition, this book is not for the weak of heart nor the short of vocabulary. An exceptionally witty, insightful, and laugh out loud funny sequel from, of all things, a children's animated television writer. Oh the humanity!
Not since the "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" has such biting satire so smartly been shared.
9.9" x 6.9" x 0.8"