Realms of Glory

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Realms of Glory

Realms of Glory

by Rudolph Lurz

Three teenagers from Pittsburgh arrive in the afterlife, and find a tumultuous land on the brink of revolution. Heaven is more like Olympus than the Christian Gospels. War is coming. Devon Newcastle, Madison Camrose, and Patrick Varberg are forced to make choices that will determine the fate of the Realm. The teens are dead, but their coming of age stories are just beginning…

About the Author

Rudolph Lurz is a doctoral candidate and writer. Writing this novel kept him sane during his dissertation research at the University of Pittsburgh. He enjoys traveling, running slowly, visiting breweries, and reading the road atlas. He also likes burning things in his backyard fire pit or sitting on the couch with his wife and cat.

(2017, Paperback, 472 Pages)

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  • 4
    A Great Read

    Posted by Unknown on Jan 3rd 2018

    The story grabs you in and it is a tough time to put the book down. Mr. Lurz is spectacular in his ability to make it easy to visualize his imagery - some of which is brutal and some of which is beautiful. The book painfully cuts off at the end - Kill Billish - first movie - and we wait for the 2nd in the series.