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KHDZ

$2.99

Novella adapted from the screenplay "KHDZ"

a dark satire…

John Smith is the first person ever sent downstairs due to a mix-up in the paperwork. While this is sorted out, he is assigned to work at Hades' local television station, where he must deal with strange characters and stranger programming.

All the more bizarre, he arrived just in time for Founder's Day.

You'll be recommending this book to your friends before you are even halfway through it. A+ all the way - highly recommend

-- top 500 reviewer

If you like Neil Gaiman or Terry Pratchett you will enjoy this short book. I was chuckling along from the first couple of pages and the whole book kept me entertained

-- goodreads reviewer

Industry feedback re: the screenplay:

"The concept is brilliant and eye-catching."

"The situation is entertaining, the shows are fun, and life at the station with all its quirky characters is easy to become invested in… a fun script and a very talented writer."

"The author has come up with a very inventive concept and gives us a very sympathetic protagonist. Not only that, the author understands how to balance the wit of the set-up with the real emotional issues faced by the characters."


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David R. Beshears

David's work has been praised by literary professors and by PhDs in science, by fans and by book reviewers around the world.

His miniseries screenplay adaptation of his popular novel "The Shylmahn Migration" won the Pacific Northwest Screenwriting Competition in 2007.

David lives in Washington State with his wife Sylvia. When not writing, he can usually be found on any one of a dozen northwest mountains. 

 

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