What amazes people most about this book is that it provides an actual glimpse into the vast, mystical, and wondrous world of the spirit. For it is the written account of the author’s journeys to that world, guided through the experience by a boy from the city of Tricon. In this masterfully constructed outpost of heaven itself, the author discovers that facilities in the heavenly realms are far superior to those on Earth - and that Tricon is a staging area for one of the greatest wars ever to be fought between the forces of good and the armies of the evil Fallen Ones.
Over forty years as a missionary traveling through four continents has brought A. W. Trenholm in contact with many divergent doctrines and, often, misrepresentations of the existence, nature, and purpose of hell. Hell is usually represented as a place of eternal suffering, but in his own journey there, unlike in Dante's trip to the Inferno, Trenholm was directed by what the Bible actually says about it, all the while escorted by a very lovely and knowledgeable guide.
A senior living in the future finds that he is on the wrong side of the law and has become a criminal because of his outdated convictions. His entire mind-set and lifestyle have made him a person of interest to the rulers of the new world in which he lives. Progressively marginalized almost to the point of extinction by new laws and requirements of an all-powerful government, his life is difficult.