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After gaining the rule of Heaven and Hell, with all the power that promised, Kate and Daniel should be set for eternity, right? Well, sure, as soon as they get used to their god-like powers. And then they need to remake the Earth. And there's the matter of the major and minor deities who are not pleased with their ascension. Even now, the afterlife still isn't easy.

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  • Kate and Daniel wrestle with the responsibilities of their new offices, stumbling along the way. They search for wisdom from an unlikely god. Music: Big Rock Candy Mountain by George Hrab.

  • Daniel returns to hell and finds his own personal hell. A new friend and a semi-new threat round out this chapter. Music: I Don't Want To Work Today by Beatnik Turtle.

  • Kate puzzles through her responsibilities and gets a visit from a Valkyrie. She asks a vital question. Music: How Do You Do by George Hrab.

  • Kate and Daniel consider their problems, and decide to tackle the problem of remaking the Earth first. Music: To Fill the Void by Leerone.

  • Daniel takes Kate to visit Izanami. They finally meet an enemy face to face, and learn of a new threat. Music: Litte Pieces by Beatnik Turtle.

  • Kate and Daniel discover their betrayer, Daniel makes a decision. Music: Journey to Earth by The Mad Titans.

  • Kate establishes religion and crafts a plan to save Heaven. She calls in some unexpected help. Music: Earth is the Best by The Phenomenauts

  • Daniel embarks on a vision quest, meeting one unexpected god, and a guide he's not sure he wants. Music: Planet Earth by The Coolaid

  • Kate meets with the enemy and sends the hoboes on their quests. She discovers something about Daniel that troubles her. Music: The Further the Earth Gets From the Sun by The Distants.

  • Daniel descends into his vision quest farther to find what he's looking for. Music: White Sun by 2-RD.

  • Kate moves Heaven to a new location and hosts a dinner party. Music: Elvis C by Matthew Wayne Selznick.

  • Endgame - Kate grows more and more ill as the true threat is revealed. The return of the gods. Music: The Past Presents the Future by Her Space Holiday.

Just wanted to say another awesome series! Finished keepsie aggges ago and decided to start this one while starting my dissertation. I for one love the editing:-) specially episode 6 of this one where you laugh at yourself:-) adds some character to it. Thanks for an awesome series! Adam
please fogive the spelling errors.... predictive text ruins lives lol
first of all i truly disagree with the previous comment. i love the fact that u can laugh at ur own mistake ot shows u r human. i love the stories and the characters. every podcast i have listened to on here has bamds that get promoted. who cares??? its ...
There are only three things I do not like Mur. One your editing is terrible. When you mess up, you need to go back and edit that. In one of the tracks, you messed up and started laughing. That's not professional and it is part of your terms when you ...
Great book Mur. What a series this is. Keep it up.
PuddyRat said: "namely, that a couple of people you might find next door, have suddenly found themselves in charge in the afterlife and all the details that might entail." That's exactly what keeps you hooked...
I am just starting Book 3. This series is a great way to pass the time at my tedious job. I like Mur's writing style. It's very energetic as if she were writing off the cuff, however her stories are also very structured, proving that she is instead taking her ...
These are pretty entertaining. I'm just starting Season III. The plot is really interesting, but at times the dialogue is distracting and kind of campy....especially if you count how many times both Daniel and Kate cry out "What the hell is going on?!!". Otherwise, it's quite enjoyable.
Well... she's done it again. Everytime I think i have a handle on where the story is going, she manages to fox me by taking a turn off in a direction that i never saw coming. What can I say, I'm hooked... and now on to book 4
I have just finished parts One and Two. Thank you for sex with Hermes. Yes, there is coarse language peppered throughout, but it reminds me that the characters are teenagers (right?). Its nothing like Crescent, for example, where although the plot is gripping the foul language seems to step in ...

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