↠ Paradise Earth: Day Zero || ✓ PDF Read by Ç Anthony Mathenia

By Anthony Mathenia | Comments: ( 958 ) | Date: ( Aug 23, 2019 )

When the ground quakes and blazing balls of fire fall from the sky, a religious sect interprets it as the fulfillment of long held prophecies foretelling the end of the world The members flee to their religious sanctuary, believing that this global cataclysm is the portent of a new paradise of eternal happiness.Inside, one cold and starving man struggles to hold onto hisWhen the ground quakes and blazing balls of fire fall from the sky, a reli gious sect inter prets it as the ful fill ment of long held prophe cies fore telling the end of the world The mem bers flee to their reli gious sanc tu ary, believ ing that this global cat a clysm is the por tent of a new par adise of eter nal happiness.Inside, one cold and starv ing man strug gles to hold onto his hope for the future He s sac ri ficed every thing for his faith in the prophecy, includ ing his fam ily As the tor tu ous night drags on, he strug gles to hold onto his hope for the future and grap ples with a life time of beliefs, and expec ta tions.If he sur vives to see the par adise earth, will it be worth it Par adise Earth is a decon struc tion of faith at the end of the world and beyond The first vol ume of the tril ogy, Day Zero, will be pub lished by Curios ity Quills Press on Decem ber 21, 2012 Week One and For ever After will follow.


  • Title: Paradise Earth: Day Zero
  • Author: Anthony Mathenia
  • ISBN: 9781620071427
  • Page: 424
  • Format: ebook

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Comments Paradise Earth: Day Zero

  • Lee Harmon

    Fiction: You’re going to like this middle-aged Jehovah’s Witness with a dark secret and a dependency on cough syrup. He shares a dream of Armageddon with all faithful J/W’s, anticipating the day God rains fire on the earth and then recreates it into a paradise of eternal happiness. (Yes, the J/W’s interpret Revelation literally where it implies the resurrection will be on this earth.) Then a severe hailstorm rolls in and cataclysmic events begin to trigger. But now that the end finally s [...]


  • Robert Holt

    I bought Paradise Earth Vol 1: Day Zero at a book fair from the author. On the surface, the book looks to be a traditional surviving the holocaust book, but as you read further in the book you find that the book is actually far deeper and less predictable than it first appears. Paradise Earth is less about the end of days than it is about the Jehovah’s Witness and the inner workings of the cult. Sounds like a weird bridge to cross, right? It works though. Mathenia is able to draw you into the [...]


  • James Wymore

    What will people do when pushed beyond their limits? Anthony Mathenia’s apocalyptical book delves into the dark actions of the truly desperate. Featuring a distraught Jehovah’s Witness experiencing the pivotal event predicted by their religion, Day Zero stares into the shadows cast by imperfect humans blocking the light of perfection.Powerful and moving, we experience the emotions of one man as he watches a group of believers cross from the world as we know it into the promised Paradise Eart [...]


  • Collins Roth

    Great concept, and a couple of chapters in the beginning that really pulled you in. I enjoyed the backdrop of the Jehovah's Witnesses, but was disappointed that it moved from the backdrop to the foreground, slowing the plot to snail's pace. Strangely, I wanted to know both more and less about the JW - I still am not sure I understand the pillars of the religion (what or who is the faithful slave?), but at the same time I found some of background on the bureaucracy tough to weed through. The firs [...]


  • April

    Surprisingly goodI really wasn't sure what to expect when I picked this up. The author's humor and my curiosity about the JH - my aunt was a JH, are what kept me reading. It is a much more personal and less preachy story than I expected. But it also turned out to be a good read, and a realistic representation of crisis of faith or denomination, told with a lot of sensitivity. I'm going to keep reading this author.


  • Vicki Trask

    I recieved this as a review copy and honestly it just wasn't my cup of tea. I didn't feel any particular attachment to the main character, I was having religious rants in my head and I felt like the plot (at least the first HALF of the book) was moving at a ridiculously slow pace and was told completely in seemingly unrelated flashbacks. It just wasn't for me but don't let that deter you from reading it for yourself and loving it.


  • Impy

    InterestingI don't know anything about Jehovah's Witnesses or if anything in this book is based on actual beliefs, but I found the main characters inner dialogue interesting. I'm not sure if I'll read further into the series though.


  • pam

    Surprisingly good, although a few grammar errors were distracting. 3.5 stars. I'll definitely read the sequel.


  • John Hanscom

    A short but very worthwhile novel about a doubting Jehovah's Witness in a time of great tragedy. I learned a lot. There are two more books to come, and I will look for them.


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