This novel takes you on a trip through Hell with the characters Nathan and Morgan. On their journey, you see them go through every layer of Hell in an attempt to find Nathan’s mother. The images Oliver creates of Hell show how different each layer is, from the physical attributes of their surroundings to the means of torment of the souls stuck in Hell. Oliver did a beautiful job creating all the characters in this novel. Their personalities and emotions are written well and felt like I was alongside them. They find themselves stuck in a raging war, all while learning about who they really are. The character development of Pandæmonium is truly beautiful as the characters learn about the hell around them and the truth of their own lives. – Amazon Review
Nathan Walker is about to die, and he’s going straight to Hell.
In a basement in New Orleans, there is a witch, her name is Maggie. She sends people to Hell and brings them back again–for a price. When Nathan Walker and his friend Morgan McCallister arrive in the underworld they find that The Bible had it right–angels and demons do exist, and they are a torment to the sinners of the world. They go on an adventure through this place. They see the world demons built: the city of Dis, the rock on the sulfur lake, and the palace of Pandæmonium. They hear the true story of creation–of Genesis, and Revelations. They get caught up in a much larger conflict between Lucifer and Jesus, one that has raged for thirty-thousand years, and one that would see the whole world burn away to nothing.
1. In the World of the Living. 2. The Halls of King Minus. 3. The Sword Excalibur. 4. Of Fates, Furies, and Sirens. 5. The Dragon and the Worm. 6. The Gluttony of Behemoth. 7. The King of Rats. 8. The Angel Zephyr. 9. The Breaking of Aries. 10. The Battle at Dis. 11. The Betrayal of Barbas. 12. The Halls of Hades. 13. The Den of Satan.
About the Author
My name is Oliver Eldridge, I have a black cat that walks under ladders and the number of chapters in my newest book is 13–so beware, this is double trouble. I have no right being here, most likely wasting your time, but since you are here and I have you reading I might as well waste it a little more.
I like long walks in the Ocean, the smell of a campfire before it’s been lit, and going to bed with one sock on. Sometimes I burn toast. Occasionally I whistle to get the attention of dogs and sparrows. I have no sense of urgency unless faced with a clown or a karaoke machine–I have not once been faced with both outside of my nightmares.
If you’ve read this far you might as well read my book too. RIP Nick Andros, Steven King did him dirty. Don’t ask for my social media, I think we’re all adults here and you can find it on your own.