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Even Heaven or hell can't keep Arthur away from a pint and a punch up. He's back on Earth and he's convinced Archie to go with him. Methuselah has sent them on a mission to replace a crystal on an alien world in another dimension. He's given them new bodies but they're not what either of them were expecting, especially Archie’s. It seems that God, in his creative days, made a race of immortal beings but when he found out what they were like he put up a dimensional barrier to keep them hidden. If the crystal that powers the barrier breaks down they'll not only be able to get into our world but heaven and hell, which could prove embarrassing and possibly bring about the End of Days. Methuselah reckons they're a right nasty bunch, from what he's heard. Should be right up Arthur's street. Thing is, God is the only one who knows where the crystal is hidden, and he's keeping very quiet about it. But Jethro will be on hand to sort out the planning and all the sensible stuff,... More > hopefully< Less
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ISBN
9781291240030
Edition
First
Published
March 18, 2014
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
339.44 KB

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