How to Get to Heaven and Back
(2020, 272 pages, $23.95, 6 inches wide by 8.75 inches tall)
This one is for movie and TV buffs, revised and seriously expanded from the 2014 edition and boasting new caricatures by Anthony Jenkins. With humour and scrupulous accuracy, it looks at movies and TV series from the past 125 years imagining Heaven, Hell, ghosts, angels, reincarnation and all things afterlife, from the pre-1900 stop-motion demons of France's Georges Méliès to the TV series Lucifer and The Good Place, with pride of place for Here Comes Mr. Jordan, Heaven Can Wait, Beetlejuice and (the original) Bedazzled.
Because of the weight of this book, the postage will be $15. Which is a staggering amount, but the book is heavy enough that it requires that much postage. Our regrets.
Also available: the original edition of How to Get to Heaven and Back (2014, 144 pages, $16.95, 5 x 8), with illustrations by the author.
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