JoeyPinkney.com Book Review Mack Dunstan’s Inferno
by Paul Collins
3 of 5 Stars
Fashioned after Dante’s Inferno, Paul Collins’ novel Mack Dunstan’s Inferno is similar in style and fashion to its progenitor. Collins’ novel follows Mack Dunstan through his descent through Hell after passing away due to complications stemming from Alzheimer’s disease. For Mack Dunstan, based on famed actor Charlton Heston, death is not the end of the story: it is the beginning. As he navigates through the path of the afterlife, Mack Dunstan finds himself trapped by his ego, unable to smoothly transition to the final stage of peace. Terrorized by the inequities of his guilts and attachments to the physical world, Mack Dunstan finds himself in a precarious position and not resting in peace. Continue reading JoeyPinkney.com Book Review – Mack Dunstan’s Inferno – Paul Collins→
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Paul Collins, author of Mack Dunstan’s Inferno
Mack Dunstan’s Inferno is about a Charlton-Heston-type character who succumbed to Alzheimer’s, descended into hell and met victims of his pro-gun policy. Yes, as he descended into hades, he met oodles of Hollywood celebrities, both living and dead, including Kelsey Grammar, Sally Struthers, and JK Rowlings. There is even a comical scene with Woody Allen, too. This is a modern-day Divine Comedy!
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