All the Good Gods Are Dead

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How can you hunt a God? How can you kill a God? How can you make a new God? What discerns a man from a beast, a snake from a butterfly? When the golden-eyed priestess of Tzra carries her God into new lands to forcefully convert the minds of the people, a disfigured man emerges as the most unlikely of saints. More

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Words: 48,230
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476112305
About Kelley Lenhart

Aside from trying to write daily, I work with my roommate to create costumes and crafts, exhibit my collies with my mother and grandfather, draw, and fence saber. I have been writing avidly since middle school, and my mind is always full with ideas that I don't always have the time to flesh into full stories.

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Review by: A. Schaub on April 21, 2014 :
Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book in exchange for a review.

The action pretty much starts right away and keeps going. There are some nice lulls to give you time to breathe, but then we're back in the thick of things. The book ends very similarly as it began, though with a twist and a reminder that history tends to repeat itself when it comes to religion.

This story is ultimately about the power clergy can have over people and how one person's interpretation of a deity can skew the beliefs of others. No one is truly evil - they fall victim to their flaws. Even a god can become what his/her followers want because it ultimately comes down to belief.

A quick read, one that I enjoyed coming back to every time I had to put it down. It's also thought-provoking in a way I didn't think it was until I had finished reading.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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