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JC basically begins his second coming to earth with amnesia after being hit by a bus. Not the best circumstances to try to save humanity from ever-lasting destruction, especially when he has forgotten not only why he is on earth, but who he is…and that he only has a short time to accomplish his goal. His earthly friends (whom he has also forgotten) are completely loyal to him and do everything they can to help him remember, not only them, but also the plans he said he had for them to change the world. How this all plays out is not for me to tell, you must read the book, but it is well-worth the time.
I highly recommend this wonderful tale to all audiences. You needn’t be religious to enjoy this wonderful story.
Yes, it is a story about the second coming of JC (Jesus Christ). He comes as a Filipino, the same as his disciples. The entire occurrence is in the Philippines, which creates an interesting setup. Mr. Leishman has an explanation about the reason for the location that is logical and convincing. The author skillfully plots the story line with the twists and turns until the end. Readers may find some kinship with New Testament. However, the greater degree of humanization of the main character, Jesus Christ, makes the story refreshing.
It was ingenious how the author blends the profound messages and philosophical depiction of humanity into a light-hearted read. It is an enjoyable read indeed as the cover suggested.
"I think it's time to admit that humanity is a failed experiment - that it didn't work." -God.
And then one of the characters explains: "God was totally adamant - he really wanted us to destroy earth - and end humanity. He wanted to start again from scratch - and try something else."
This is a crazy, fun book that you won’t want to stop reading. Highly recommended. Five stars.