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Nick and Abe Paperback – September 22, 2015
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I was surprised at the quality of not only the writing, but Jones's way of manipulating the reader's emotions, pulling you in for a ride you'll not soon forget. This book is crafted of several layers of suspense, questions, plot, and well-developed characters. I highly recommend this to avid readers of all kinds. :)
I look forward to seeing more from Lex H Jones in the future!
Lex Jones gave me all of this and a whole lot more. I was expecting dark and sinister, and I got enlightened and hopeful. Nick and Abe went far beyond my expectations. It was a well-crafted story that redefined the relationship between God, Lucifer and ourselves.
I was truly amazed at the world created by Lex Jones. He took something that is ingrained into our culture, he made it fresh, new and exciting. He invented an entirely new dynamic and a new way to look at theology. Lex Jones not only developed his story but he also rewrote the backstory, filling in all of the hows, the whens and even the whys.
The key to holding this story together is Emily. If you’ve only read the synopsis, you don’t know her yet, but you should meet her soon. She makes Nick and Abe real, she allows both God and Satan to clearly see what they need to do and how to do it. Emily is the gravy to their meat and potatoes.
If you give Nick and Abe a shot, you’ll like it. It is not my normal reading material, but I loved reading it. Nick and Abe will make you think about life and what is truly important.
It should be noted that Nick and Abe by Lex H. Jones is an indie book, but this doesn’t make it any less enjoyable.
Imagine if God and the Devil decided to join us here on Earth, to lead normal lives (as normal as one would imagine deities to lead) and to lose all their powers. Imagine how they would react to the typical trials and tribulations we, as humans, have to deal with on a daily basis. What ensues is a hilarious account of ‘what if’ as the ultimate Good and Evil sees things through a new perspective.
I really enjoyed the book, and I truly hope that the author continues to develop his voice as an author. Although there’s a lot of room for improvement, the storytelling is excellent and will pull readers in from the get-go.
Definitely try to get your hands on this one if you’re in the mood for something a little different, that explores Joan Osborne’s hit – What if God was One of Us.