Descending into Heaven
by Michael Matheny CityFables
Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 0000000000
Rating: 7/10 (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards
Matthew Kingston isn't given to fantastic dreams until he turns forty and then he begins to dream of knights, dragons and disappearing old men who might be wizards. In an effort to dismiss the lingering after effects of one such dream, he throws himself into his work. He enjoys being known as "the king" in real estate dealings where his prowess is seldom called into question. Until the day he arranges for the purchase of an old warehouse occupied by a small heating and plumbing company run by an aging man and his small staff. This deal causes an upheaval in his life he never would have expected. The old man doesn't want to give up the warehouse and remembers something his gypsy grandmother gave him. An envelope. Her instructions to him were to give this envelope to someone like Matthew Kingston should he ever need to do so. And Matthew got more than a mere message when he opened that envelope. A fun read for someone looking for something a bit different. This tale is like a walk into The Twilight Zone with a cast of well done characters moving through a balanced storyline. A book anyone would enjoy.