DEATH SENTENCE!: The Time Travel Reality Show Kindle Edition
HISTORY HAPPENS ONCE. THIS IS YOUR CHANCE TO SEE IT AGAIN.
Each week the world eagerly awaits the next episode of Death Sentence! The Award Winning Time Travel Reality Show takes the viewing audience back in time to watch famous executions throughout history - live as they happened.
This week’s program takes us back to Merry Old England for “A Beautiful Day For An Execution” on May 27, 1541. Watch the botched beheading of a feisty old noble, Lady Margaret Pole by her cousin, King Henry VIII in front of 100 of the king’s invited soon-to-be shocked and blood-spattered guests at the infamous Tower Green in London. Disguised as British citizens of the time period, Lorraine Brockton and Jason Harker bring you the action up close and personal with their hidden mini-cams directly in front of the chopping block!
The second episode is the long awaited, “Season Finale” - the crucifixion of Christ. Watch as the production team takes us through the streets of Jerusalem in 33 A.D. alongside of Yeshua as he bears his cross up to the hill known as Golgotha. See the Romans lash and spike him to a beam where he is crucified in front of his supporters, his persecutors and his mother. Before the broadcast log in to the hours-long webcam feed and watch the worldwide Timecast with billions of others from beginning to end!
Will history unfold exactly as we have read or been taught? Will what you now know to be true turn out to be a lie? Will your world change because you watched Death Sentence! ?
TUNE IN AND SEE FOR YOURSELF!
"Season Finale" is a sequel to "A Beautiful Day For An Execution" (THIS SIDE OF CENTER-ORIGINAL STORIES) and is included in THIS SIDE OF CENTER / ENCORE, the second book in the anthology. In future editions of DEATH SENTENCE, the stories will all be new and previously unpublished.
I read this story half laughing, half crying. I totally got a kick out of the backstage view of a TV production doing anything at all to please the audience. And the audience is pleased by death, horror and violence. You doubt it? Well, switch on your TV and tell me I’m wrong. And that is the reason why I half cried – it is so plausible that if show people could make this happen, they would. This story spotlights the harsh and ugly truth about media, sales and advertisement.
But then there’s the season finale – the crucifixion of Christ.
I bow to the author for the courage to touch such a sensitive subject and to deal with it in such a sensitive manner. He cleverly includes the moral dilemma involved with anything to do with faith into the story while he walks the tightrope himself. Even if I do not agree with him in the end, the story is nevertheless brilliantly written.