May BOTM - Featured Review: Save the Last Bullet for God

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Re: May BOTM - Featured Review: Save the Last Bullet for God

Post by Momiji1987 » 13 Dec 2017, 17:57

Wow. This book sounds fascinating, and not too far from the truth as far as the elites go. They try to kill God daily. I hate the upside down cross on the cover, but then I guess, given the title, it's only fitting. My curiosity has definitely been piqued.

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Post by melleigha » 13 Dec 2017, 18:04

I am looking forward to reading this sci-fi novel.

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Post by tamdlyte » 13 Dec 2017, 18:10

Wow. This sounds like and interesting book. I kinda envy writers who can write a story that
involves viewing life from an entirely new perspective.
I always feel these people, these writers, are above and beyond normal humanity! LOL

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Post by Snowflake » 13 Dec 2017, 18:41

Thanks for your review. This is a very unusual book and an interesting concept that covers a wide variety of areas.
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Post by Sammy Rose » 13 Dec 2017, 19:02

Thanks for the insightful review.
I wasn't sure at first if this would be something I would be interested in. However, with the review and descriptions of the points across time on a mission to kill God, I became very interested!
Looking forward to reading this book soon!
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Post by KlareAllison » 13 Dec 2017, 19:20

Much as I like historical narratives, the complex mix of speculative sci-fi in Save the Last Bullet for God, takes JT Alblood's book outside my reading preference, for now.
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Post by Emie Cuevas » 13 Dec 2017, 19:38

This book sounds like just my sort of story. Though how can you have a mission to kill god, when he doesn't exist, just a mass delusion.

Shame this one isn't free, I would have liked to read it.
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Post by ParadoxicalWoman » 13 Dec 2017, 19:40

This is stimulating indeed. Thank you for this insightful review.
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Post by Kalin Adi » 13 Dec 2017, 19:44

A world filled with secrets and conspiracies? I've seen some movies with this storyline, always intriguing but never satisfying. But it seems this author nailed this one. I can grasp his idea to expand the reader's perception of the world using this book. Thanks for the review!

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Post by Sahani Nimandra » 13 Dec 2017, 20:08

Wow! Sounds one great book. What took my interest the most was the questioning of the reality in life. The intellectual thinking that was involved, including the use of real events that was very inspiring.
Actually this reviewer has done a great job in this fascinating review. It drove my interest to read this book first hand. One brilliant job well done!
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Post by Spirit Wandering » 13 Dec 2017, 20:27

From the sample and also the reviewer's description, it definitely sounds like this is an "outside of the box" story. I am reminded of Robert Anton's The Illuminati Trilogy. It is also weird in places, bounces between time periods and has a connection to WWII. Thanks for the well written review.
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Post by Gbemisola » 13 Dec 2017, 20:41

I must admit I was a bit skeptical about the book when I saw the title. I was almost certain I would not like it. But after reading your review I feel it will be worth reading. Thanks for the wonderful review.

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Post by Acwoolet » 13 Dec 2017, 20:52

It sounds like a very complicated book. I don’t think that I’ve read anything like it before. Thanks for the great review!

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Post by Kids0110 » 13 Dec 2017, 20:59

This review is very thorough in covering all imperative aspects of a review. Addressing the reader's desired intellect and potentially perceived classification hurdles is helpful in opening doors to audiences. I'm looking for a new sci-fi for my son-in-law and I'll definitely be buying this one!

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Post by jaliper » 13 Dec 2017, 20:59

Aww. This book reminds me of Da Vinci Code. It has that vibe. Thanks for this a great review. Cheers!

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