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Sadia: The Eighth Circle of Heck
by Dale E. Basye

Overview


Read the next scarilarious installment in the popular Circles of Heck series, following the misadventures of Milton and Marlo Fauster as they confront an underage underworld. Sadia: The Eighth Circle of Heck is Where the Really, Really Bad Kids Go. Puns, humor and creepiness abound as Milton and Marlo face their most fearsome foes yet!

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Description


After the War of the Words competition forever alters the afterlife, siblings Milton and Marlo Fauster are separated and whisked away to the deepest bowels of the underworld. Guilt-ridden, Milton agrees to work for Principal Bubb in hopes that he can locate his sister and somehow free her. But his nefarious mission—to “character assassinate” the reigning vice principal of Sadia: Where the Really Mean Kids Go—runs afoul when he learns the true identity of this mysterious individual. Meanwhile, Marlo wakes up to teenage paradise that may or may not be what it seems.

There’s also a mutiny brewing in Heaven while the underworld is turned into a tourist destination for the living. Can Milton follow through with his mission: navigating a nest of history’s cruelest tyrants in the process? Can Marlo hold on to her identity amidst a nuclear self-esteem assault? Will they discover the secret history of Sadia before it is potentially used as a weapon against none other than the Big Guy Upstairs?

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About the author


Dale E. Basye is a writer, author, bon vivant (a fancy French word that means “someone who misuses fancy French words”) and convicted stalker of celery. He has written many, many words during his life sentence, yet seldom are these words arranged in the order proper. He has published countless books, stories, articles, reviews and advertising campaigns for a variety of companies, organizations, and deposed dictatorships.

Here’s what Dale has to say about this, the eighth book in his infamous Circles of Heck series: “There’s an awkward phase in everyone’s life where sudden, incomprehensible rage and anger can blind one to the stunning beauty that life so generously provides. This phase generally occurs from the moment we’re born up to our dying breath. And, appar- ently, beyond, if you happen to be both ticked off and passed on... When the vile and violent bring all of their peevish pet peeves down with them to the dangerous and ‘anger-ous’ depths of the under- world, they tend to breed a litter on snarling new ones. Some of these creepy, crawly critters are ice cold: cruel and calculating. Others are piping hot: seething with impulsive, sudden wrath. And—meteoro- logically speaking—when you have a cold front merging with a warm front, you’ve got hurricane-force trouble with a capital‘T’. Heck is like that. And no matter what anyone tells you, Heck is real. is story is real. Or as real as anything like this can be.”

Dale E. Basye lives in Portland, Oregon with his precious pug Mango and loyal Chihuahua Tula...oh yeah, and his wife and son. When he isn’t writing books, which is the great majority of the time—time spent either not writing or putting off writing or planning on putting off writing—Dale enjoys riding his bicycle (or anyone’s bicycle, actually), eating tiramisu, and converting oxygen to carbon dioxide.

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Book details

Genre:JUVENILE FICTION

Subgenre:Action & Adventure / General

Language:English

Series title:The Circles of Heck

Series Number:8

Pages:378

Format:Paperback

eBook ISBN:9781543914740

Paperback ISBN:9781543914733


Overview


Read the next scarilarious installment in the popular Circles of Heck series, following the misadventures of Milton and Marlo Fauster as they confront an underage underworld. Sadia: The Eighth Circle of Heck is Where the Really, Really Bad Kids Go. Puns, humor and creepiness abound as Milton and Marlo face their most fearsome foes yet!

Read more

Description


After the War of the Words competition forever alters the afterlife, siblings Milton and Marlo Fauster are separated and whisked away to the deepest bowels of the underworld. Guilt-ridden, Milton agrees to work for Principal Bubb in hopes that he can locate his sister and somehow free her. But his nefarious mission—to “character assassinate” the reigning vice principal of Sadia: Where the Really Mean Kids Go—runs afoul when he learns the true identity of this mysterious individual. Meanwhile, Marlo wakes up to teenage paradise that may or may not be what it seems.

There’s also a mutiny brewing in Heaven while the underworld is turned into a tourist destination for the living. Can Milton follow through with his mission: navigating a nest of history’s cruelest tyrants in the process? Can Marlo hold on to her identity amidst a nuclear self-esteem assault? Will they discover the secret history of Sadia before it is potentially used as a weapon against none other than the Big Guy Upstairs?

Read more

About the author


Dale E. Basye is a writer, author, bon vivant (a fancy French word that means “someone who misuses fancy French words”) and convicted stalker of celery. He has written many, many words during his life sentence, yet seldom are these words arranged in the order proper. He has published countless books, stories, articles, reviews and advertising campaigns for a variety of companies, organizations, and deposed dictatorships.

Here’s what Dale has to say about this, the eighth book in his infamous Circles of Heck series: “There’s an awkward phase in everyone’s life where sudden, incomprehensible rage and anger can blind one to the stunning beauty that life so generously provides. This phase generally occurs from the moment we’re born up to our dying breath. And, appar- ently, beyond, if you happen to be both ticked off and passed on... When the vile and violent bring all of their peevish pet peeves down with them to the dangerous and ‘anger-ous’ depths of the under- world, they tend to breed a litter on snarling new ones. Some of these creepy, crawly critters are ice cold: cruel and calculating. Others are piping hot: seething with impulsive, sudden wrath. And—meteoro- logically speaking—when you have a cold front merging with a warm front, you’ve got hurricane-force trouble with a capital‘T’. Heck is like that. And no matter what anyone tells you, Heck is real. is story is real. Or as real as anything like this can be.”

Dale E. Basye lives in Portland, Oregon with his precious pug Mango and loyal Chihuahua Tula...oh yeah, and his wife and son. When he isn’t writing books, which is the great majority of the time—time spent either not writing or putting off writing or planning on putting off writing—Dale enjoys riding his bicycle (or anyone’s bicycle, actually), eating tiramisu, and converting oxygen to carbon dioxide.

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