Backstabbing in Purgatory…

E A A Wilson’s Ascension Denied is released May 14th 2015 (Ascension Day). Here’s a quick taster…

A hilarious tale of mystery, adventure and the search for freedom, where angels and humans struggle to navigate their weaknesses in a complex and fascinating afterlife.

Purgatory is in trouble. In a bureaucratic afterlife where science, theology and utter confusion are entwined, something is preventing the dead from ascending… Can Alice unclog a corrupt system before the streets are overrun by dead people? And what happens when two drunk guardian angels accidentally open the doors to Hell?

Ascension Denied
Original cover art by Danielle Beebe

“A wondrous, masterfully-assured debut novel. Fantastical, romantic, and piercingly satirical, this tale of bureaucracy and backstabbing in purgatory is a slice of literary heaven. If you like Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett, you’ll love this!”

Scott Ciencin, NY Times bestselling author

“With the humor of Douglas Adams or Terry Pratchett, and the biting satire of Vonnegut or Twain, E.A.A. Wilson takes us on an adventure that upends our expectations about the afterlife and skewers religion, business, and the banal trappings of modern life. Ascension Denied is that rare book that stands alone as an exciting, entertaining fantasy but that also has the guts to take an unflinching look at the world we actually live in. I can’t recommend this book highly enough and know that readers will enjoy it.”

Rob Griffith, award-winning author of The Moon From Every Window

“Great imagination…thought-provoking ideas.”

Kirkus Reviews

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