This is one of the few books that I have ever started and not finished.
And, having stuck through to the end, I felt robbed of my time and enthusiasm; this could have been a very engaging short story.
I don't feel that I can accurately describe this book or how good it is, but even if I could I wouldn't.
He dropkicks your brain a few times, and you write stuff like this: the My Immortal of Bible fanfic.
IS there actually Bible fanfic? There is now. Read more
Most days out of the year, this is my favorite book I've ever read. Adrian is an incredible writer, and I can't even come close to describing just how powerful and beautiful The... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Patrick Fisher
I volunteer in a real children's hospital. I didn't do enough research before picking up this book. Was way to sci-fi for me. I had wrong impression that book was non-fiction.Published 4 months ago by arlene edwards
Confession: I adore the classic House of God. This is the love child of Samuel Shem and Robert Heinlein. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Cordelia Lear
This book appealed to me as a pediatric person originally. However, the reinvention of God's children chosen to sacrifice and prevail after God breaks his promise and sends another... Read morePublished 15 months ago by sheila newton
Very well written but the only thing that kept me going through the hours and hours of slogging through the very Catholic mythos of this book (haters of the movie Dogma, stay... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Laura Adams
I'm someone who reads a lot and am accustomed to big, long reads. I'm also not averse to comedic novels, especially if done well. Read morePublished on March 5, 2012 by Karen
I loved this book though at times I admit I skimmed through some chapters which I felt were unneccessary. Could someone please help me out with the ending, though. Read morePublished on February 12, 2012 by Alena
I suffered through the first 59 pages before flipping through some pages in the back to see if there was any reason to continue. Read morePublished on August 23, 2011 by Jean King