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Heaven - Season One

By Mur Lafferty

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What if Heaven wasn't all it's cracked up to be? Friends Kate and Daniel find that after their untimely deaths, Heaven leaves them dissatisfied and itching for something... else. So they're off, with a passport to discover more afterlifes, heroes and gods. During their adventures, they find out that their travel isn't a journey taken on a whim, but may be orchestrated, or even prophesied.

Customer Reviews

Hitchhiking Through the Afterlife

Listening to Heaven is like taking a road trip into the great beyond with a best friend. When Kate and Daniel die, they barely squeeze into the pearly gates. Once they're in paradise, however, heaven leaves them discontent and longing for something else, so the Almighty agrees to let them wander through all the heavens, both mythic and religious, where they gods and godesses, heroes and heroines, and legends. But with Ragnarok threatening to come down on their heads, Kate and Daniel soon realize even the afterlife isn't all it's cracked up to be. Mur Lafferty's wonderful story is punctuated with humor, chills, and beauty and comes across as unbelievably heartfelt. Heaven reminds me a little of American Gods. It's a fun, exciting listen for anyone who loves myths and wonders about what's in store for us after this life.

Nope. Sorry.

This is sophomoric typing, not writing.

Decent Story until...

I liked the story (at least enough to keep me interested) until, without warning, the story changed to another characters point of view and the main character was suddenly out of the story. This change also replaced the pleasant female reader to a male reader. It seemed to me as if Mur got half way through the story and couldn't finish so some guy picked it up and wrote the rest. Even if Mur would have read the second half as well, I didn’t care for the plot in the second half of the story. I won't get any further seasons.

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