Day of Reckoning was written initially as a play well over twenty years ago, and was subsequently turned into a novel by the author. Day of Reckoning is about an American town, Pleasantville, in rural Oregon that is destroyed by The Great Flood. Essentially, the people of Pleasantville are simple God-fearing folk, and after the disaster, which has devastated their personal lives, they are told by a high ranking insurance executive from Farmers Insurance that the dam being destroyed wasn't a man-made act, but an act of God. Therefore, their many claims will not be paid. As a result, the people of Pleasantville lose their fear of The Almighty, become sober in their rage, and subsequently issue a warrant for God's arrest; and in short, God comes back from a rather long two thousand year hiatus or vacation. First, he talks to the insurance executive, Theo Clay, and after some time, fruitlessly persuading him, turns him into Himself. God then is put on trial for both gross negligence and accessory to the myriad number of crimes against humanity in the town of Pleasantville as he tries to explain what life is all about and how to live your various dreams
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|Size: ||685 KB|
|Publisher: ||Human Spirit|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781495153839 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|