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What happens after we die?

Mankind has speculated through the ages that a few righteous or lucky people go straight to heaven. Or so we've come to believe. Good or bad, our journey doesn't end at death. For most of us, the afterlife begins in an office where an overworked and under-appreciated demon decides our long term fate.

Life is messy, it's easy to miss one of the crucial lessons. In order to accommodate our unique shortcomings, a myriad of custom fitted Hells wait with open arms to teach us. No cliché fire and brimstone here, except as decorations. Besides, that would be the easy way out.

Yes, there is a way out. All you have to do is learn one simple lesson. That shouldn't be too hard, right?

Windows into Hell explores what awaits a few people when their life inevitably comes to an end. Featuring best-selling and award winning authors, these stories delve into humanity's greatest fears - death and the fate of our immortal souls.

Full list of authors includes D. J. Butler, Sarah E. Seeley, and Steven L. Peck.

©2016 James Wymore, Michaelbrent Collings, Mette Ivie Harrison, Jay Wilburn, Tonya Adolfson, R.A. Baxter, Michael R. Collings, D.J. Butler, Sarah E. Seeley, Steven L. Peck (P)2016 James Wymore, Michaelbrent Collings, Mette Ivie Harrison, Jay Wilburn, Tonya Adolfson, R.A. Baxter, Michael R. Collings, D.J. Butler, Sarah E. Seeley, Steven L. Peck

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I loved Stephen Peck's "A Short Stay in Hell". So I thought I'd love this anthology. What I expected was a variety of short stories with different ideas of hell. What I got was a few different versions of the same story. Instead of the demon sending the dead to the library, they went to a beach and jungle island, or an endless attic, or something else. The same story, different settings. Stephen Peck's entry in this anthology was not good. Some others were ok. One of the female readers was very difficult to understand. She read really fast in a low tone and it make it difficult to understand all of the words. I felt a bit ripped off at that point. Overall, mildly entertaining at best, and I'm a guy that loves this sort of stuff.