Demons might tell the truth if it serves their purpose, but can you trust a soul-harvesting creature who claims the only way to escape Hell is to meet Satan himself? When a mysterious stone draws Daniel Strong into Hell, he must choose whether to trust the demon or find another way out. Bryan Timothy Mitchell’s Infernal Fall drops readers into this modern take on the classic Dante’s Inferno and keeps spiritual tensions burning. Varying viewpoints show our fallen hero’s journey of character growth. Readers who balk at overt salvation themes might struggle on the way down, but those open to these concepts will find this Fall fascinating.
Best for: Teens and older readers, fans of modern takes on classic literature.
Discern: Fantastical presentations of Hell that reflect medieval speculations, including a level that resembles the Catholic doctrine of Purgatory.