An Evening of Temptation and the Ultimate Sacrifice by Tevin HansenAn Evening of Temptation and the Ultimate Sacrifice by Tevin Hansen

An Evening of Temptation and the Ultimate Sacrifice

byTevin Hansen

Hardcover | March 13, 2017

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Nathaniel runs the light & sound board for his aunt, up in the booth, where it's safe. He’s been living a life of isolation, away from school, away from people. His only friends are the books and plays he reads. But that is all about to change.  

Mr. B, the greatest actor (deceiver) the world has ever known, will be stopping by. There is something buried far below this small Midwest theatre, down in the heart of the earth, the abyss, the pit—a place he calls home. A place where his 70+ billion followers now spend their eternities.

Tevin Hansen is the author of numerous books and short stories. When he isn't skateboarding, or reading half a dozen books simultaneously, he enjoys chasing his two small children around the house while singing horrendous versions of children's songs.
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Title:An Evening of Temptation and the Ultimate SacrificeFormat:HardcoverDimensions:232 pages, 8 × 5 × 0.69 inPublished:March 13, 2017Publisher:Handersen Publishing. LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1941429688

ISBN - 13:9781941429686

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"The characters are extremely likable, quirky and thoroughly enjoyable and the central Christian theme is presented in a non-preachy way that will have you rooting for the misfit main character even if your religious philosophy differs from the story's underlying premise. The book will especially be enjoyable for those with an interest in theater as the central setting for this book is a small theater and the main character's interest is in theater and the arts." -Goodreads"I have read a number of books of this type, and most fall into silliness or boring philosophy. This author however managed to keep the story whimsical enough to elicit enjoyment, but moving along at a fast enough pace to support the believability of the tale. It was a very unexpected presentationo of entertainment that should be recommended to all.While the book does star 'the devil himself,' the text is not religious in nature, does not reduce itself to speaking of horrors, or present people as mindless idiots incapable of realizing the deceptions. The story keeps things localized in place, but as it not the devil's story there really is no sense of being uniformed of events. The author presents the main character and his place, then moves the story along through its steps. The narration does not take itself too seriously, but there is enough realism to keep the reader enthralled until the end.Those that would prefer a review that speaks about the story will be disappointed here. Those with such a serious mentality would probably do themselves well by not reading this book. Those however just looking for an enjoyable piece of literature should not fear the risk of downloading this tale." -Amazon