Satan, Hitch and Snikwad Face Their Demons

Rated 4.75/5 based on 4 reviews
A seriously humorous review for the intellectually curious ... and in style and exclusive content, quite unlike ANYTHING written before. A unique experience. Features the Reformation Hypothesis; the Circles of Time; the Bastard Kings of Israel, and numerous other fiendishly original thoughts. More
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Review by: Connie Flanagan on Aug. 31, 2014 :
This little gem takes the reader through a quick tour of how biblical scripture evolved from more ancient writings. If, like the Lord Satan, you have never read "the" Bible (for there are various Bibles) from cover to cover, you may be quite surprised. Charmingly and humourously written, it contains a wealth of information. For biblical scholars, much of the information revealed to the Lord Satan by the hobgoblin Hitch will not be new; but for Sunday School Christians, those whose knowledge of Christianity and the Bible comes primarily from their youth and/or Sunday services, it will reveal a number of surprises! I thoroughly enjoyed this first book in the series.
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Review by: Fedja on Aug. 28, 2014 :
Love it. Would be a great theater play.
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Review by: Kaleesha Williams on Aug. 8, 2014 :
I came across this book on Goodreads and, as a former fundamental christian recently turned atheist, I thought it'd be a fun an interesting approach to the topic of the absurdity of religion and faith. Indeed, it was. I really quite enjoyed this. The descriptions of Satan and his minions in their home were vividly written--actually, as I was telling my husband about it he thought I was describing a movie because I was retelling the colorful scenes I could see in my head. Well done, Mr. Lorde. The information in this was spot-on and cleverly delivered. I found it a to be a refreshing and humorous take on the subject, a great read, and I look forward to reading the next two
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Review by: Matthew Sawyer on June 16, 2014 :
Five stars on principle alone - good show!
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