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Perfect World

3.67  ·  Rating Details  ·  6 Ratings  ·  1 Review
A journalist's quest for an interview with God takes him into a web-based realm where his presence is not welcome and his perfect world is crashing down.

Grizzled journalist Toby Howitt, a man who shuns violence and conflict, sets out on a mission to interview God. Sources say He's living in the mansion at Elegant Gardens. But God isn't the god He used to be, and Elegant ha
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Published March 21st 2011 by TWB Press (first published March 20th 2011)
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Terry Wright
May 20, 2011 Terry Wright rated it it was amazing
Perfect World is as good a book as any Stephen King or Steven Koontz I have ever read. It's gritty and terrifying, an on-the-edge-of-your-seat page turner. And why wouldn't it be? Here's a tabloid journelist out to interview God. Whoa! Is this guy nuts or what? He's on a bullet train to Elegant. Bored with the real world, he drops on his Perfect World visor, and he's instantly whisked away to his "other" life, which AJ brings to life in my mind as well as any cinamatic adventure. Spam? In Perfec ...more
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AJ Kirby is the author of the novels Small Man Syndrome, The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters, A Man Could Lose Himself, Things Won’t Fix, When Elephants walk through the Gorbals, Paint this Town Red, Bully, Perfect World and Sharkways.

He has also written the novellas The Gavel, Nu-Gen, Hangingstone, Blink, Teeth, Ace Cameron and the Red Peril, Shouting into an Empty Cave, Bed Peace, The Haunting
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