Hell To Pay


The Actionary: To Be or Not To Be?
The epic conclusion to the brilliant To Hell and Back series – a trilogy that does for autism what
Flowers for Algernon did for intellectual disability

“Hughes continues to carve out a unique place for himself in the fantasy-mystery realm.
A droll narrative voice, dry humor and an alternative universe that’s accessible without exposition make this a winner.”
Publishers Weekly

File Under: Fantasy [ The Better Book | Talk the Dinosaur | Scam Busters | Bring Me Barabbas! ]

The third book in the wondrous To Hell & Back series

Being a crime-fighting superhero with a demon sidekick is not as much fun as Chesney Arnstruther thought it would be. Nor is having his autism “healed” by the historical Jesus.

To make things worse, he’s zeroing in on the metaphysical truths behind the notion that reality is a book constantly being rewritten by a deity exploring the nature of good and evil. Satan and the Messiah are holed up in Eden writing fresh chapters, and Chesney’s quest takes him to ancient Babylon and Rome, and into a deep-past encounter with a tribe of God-worshipping dinosaurs.

It all leads Chesney toward a choice that no superhero should have to make…