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The Hand of God by [Miller, Tim]
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About the Author

Tim began writing at a very young age. As a teenager he would write short stories of horror to entertain himself and his friends. Not knowing at the time this would one day lead to his dream of becoming a published author. Tim has studied various religions and psychology as evident in the "Hand of God" books and "Dark Exorcist." From there, Tim began to venture into the realm of splatterpunk and extreme horror, which kicks the gore factor into overdrive. With the release of "Family Night" Tim has been off to the races. He has released several bestselling titles that are sure to turn your stomach. In addition to writing, Tim is also trying his hand in acting. He has been cast in a TV pilot filming throughout the summer of 2014. You can follow Tim on his website at http://timmiller.org and on Twitter at http://twitter.com/TimMiller2011 "If you are looking for a writer who writes for the extreme horror fan, then you have found your guy in Tim Miller. " -- Digital Macabre "Family Night will take you on a horrific rollercoaster ride." -- Gadget Girl Reviews

Product Details

  • File Size: 567 KB
  • Print Length: 235 pages
  • Publisher: GutWrench Productions (December 3, 2013)
  • Publication Date: December 3, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007GBTAHK
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #653,211 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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First off, WOW.

This book had me on the edge of my couch from start to finish. The detail and creativity that went into this book is refreshing. The plot is very easy to follow and contains some real, true scriptures from the bible which shows that Tim Miller is not just some author who just writes, he definitely does his research. The twists and turns left me absolutely breathless and I could not put my phone down. In all honesty, this book has made me question the things I know about the bible. Well played Mr. Miller!
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This book was a wonderful surprise for me. I wasn't sure what to expect when I read the blurb, and it exceeded all my expectations. Overall, this was a quick and enjoyable read. It was both interesting and entertaining with a suspenseful tone that kept me turning the pages. There were a few sections of unnatural dialogue, some repetition of words and phrases as well as some inconsistencies with tone and style.

Despite the technicalities in the novel, the story and overall theme were excellent. Miller's novel tells the story of Pastor Charlie, a minister by day and a serial killer by night. This is just one of the many amazing examples of how the characters and situations illustrate the theme. In "Hand of God" things are never what they appear to be. Every time, I was convinced I figured out what was going on, Miller would throw me a curve ball and I would have to reevaluate and develop new theories. These twists and turns kept things fresh and interesting.

At its core, the novel deals with the apocalypse and return of Jesus. The great thing about it is that Miller puts an amazing spin on the typical interpretation of judgment day. I can't give too much away, but Miller challenges the literal interpretation of the Bible, what it means to be a Christian and attempts to define free will and faith
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The Hand of God is definitely out of my normal genre. This is the first book I've read that gives me the willies thinking about it. With actual scriptures being quoted while this serial killer of God passes judgement, it makes me wonder how Mr. Miller came up with this story. It's original and very dark and twisted. All throughout the story the plot turns just as you think you've figured it out. I was able to read this book in a day and was definitely creeped out by it. Good job on making my mind work overtime!
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This book was totally different from what I thought. Pastor Charlie simms Is the hero. He " Thinks " he is " The Hand Of God. " but discovers that in reality, he is a serial Killer who is also part of an old, thought to be extinct race of half humans/ half angels. Throughout the book it turns out that he's not really been getting orders from god. It also turns out that god tried to wipe out his race hundreds of years before because he deemed them an abomination. Even though he is a serial Killer, You can't really hate him because he is killing bad people. Right? He also has some pretty nifty powers. It also turns out that Jesus is back for his second coming. And all of us who have read our bible know what that means. He learns that The savior isn't exactly what they teach in church. He is really kind of a prick. He also finds that Lucifer might have gotten a really bad rap. Charlie has to team up with Lucifer in order to stop the end of days. I'm telling you, This script is totally flipped. By the end, I was rooting for " The Bad Guys" Imagine! The fate of the world resting on Charlie the serial killer and his pal, The Devil!
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WOW! I didn't know what to expect when I started reading but it had me from the Prologue! It isn't for a young audience or for the faint of heart. Pastor Charlie... He kills people, usually in a gruesome way, when "GOD" shows him a sinner. It is his duty as The Hand Of God of course. Then he is warned that a stranger would be coming to town and everything would change. Yes it sure takes on a whole new twist. At first I thought it was a battle of Good vs Evil now I wonder if it wasn't a battle of Evil vs Evil? Wonder what you will think when you read it.....So looking forward to the next book!
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The first half of the book was superb. I believe just about anyone can get into it and, yes, even relate to the main character. Let's face it, even the "holiest" of us want to see the bad guys get it once in a while instead of getting away with it. The second half of the book does turn a bit more gory and towards the horror end, which is why I do recommend it for fans of Stephen King and Dexter. Even Criminal Minds is a good comparison for this. One thing this does is it takes on a very strong twist on religion, so you do need to be open minded when you read. The writing and storytelling definitely deserve a 5/5. The reason I give this a 4 star is for my own personal view of where the storyline leads in the end, and I must say that for the apocalyptic aspect of it, the plot is a bit downsized in terms of the number of characters and setting. That's just my view of it, you might find the exact opposite. Either way, it's a great read for all fans of horror.
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Told in the first person, Pastor Charlie's secret work for God is unveiled at the outset. It's a strange juxtaposition to his pastoral calling, yet being the Hand of God is not necessarily a simple calling. When Charlie is confronted by a supernatural being, two in fact, it's terribly hard for the reader to know which represents what. Charlie really can't tell either and when he finally knows the truth, it's only after finding out he already is fated to never enter the "good place". Or did God lie to him? And would it matter anyway? After all, life continues.

I was intrigued, and always wondering what would happen next. It will be interesting to see what the author comes up with next; I rather hope it's more of Pastor Charlie.
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