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Boy admits he didn't actually go to heaven, publisher pulls book

The Boy Who Came Back from Heaven: A Remarkable Account of Miracles, Angels, and Life beyond This World - Kevin Malarkey, Alex Malarkey The Boy Who Came Back from Heaven: A Remarkable Account of Miracles, Angels, and Life Beyond This World - Alex Malarkey, Kevin Malarkey Der Junge, der aus dem Himmel zurückkehrte: Eine wahre Geschichte. (German Edition) - Kevin Malarkey, Alex Malarkey

Well, at last the publishers finally do something right. These publishers should know better that there is no heaven, no afterlife, and when a boy made such a silly story, they should know that it is just a work of fiction, and sell it in that category. 


But no. Publishers want to sell it like it is real. 




Alex Malarkey in "The Boy Who Came Back From Heaven" admitted that he lied and the book is just bullshit 


As many atheists have know all along, all the "go to heaven" stories that sell books are all based on lies and false testimony. 


Well, at least this boy really admitted that it is all a lie. 




So, when will other religious deluded admit all their stories are just lies and bullshit?