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The Cosmic Machiavelli - A Mild & Wild Chat with the Brilliant Celestial Mechanic

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GOD, the very mention of this word evokes feelings like awe, respect, happiness, trust, cynicism, mystery, and even terror in the hearts of many mortals. But almost everyone thinks it is fabulous to be a God. That is because we earthlings grow up with spellbinding stories of his great miracles, benevolence, magical powers, etc. And every believer vehemently argues that God...more
Paperback, First, 368 pages
Published April 8th 2012 by Createspace (first published June 6th 2010)
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Lee Harmon
Ever wonder what an informal chat with God would be like? Wonder no more.

The entire book is one long conversation with God. Or, rather, with one of the gods, the one who created our world in a fit of boredom. It’s a bit of polytheistic silliness and creationary imagination, meant not to be taken seriously but to give us a sideways glimpse at our own human silliness.

God just isn’t what you think he’s like. He’s quirky, sarcastic, and frustratingly uncooperative. When asked if humans “evolved from...more
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I won a copy through the Goodreads Firstreads program.

The premise for this book is interesting enough, and there are points throughout that will make you smirk. For me, sadly, that's the end of what I enjoyed.

I'm always open to a God interpretation, but this book should be disclaimed as an "all paths to millions of different gods" philosophy. Although a work of fiction, it jumps all over the place during conversation, and fails to keep your attention past the first few chapters. This book coul...more
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