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Satan's Saviour by D.C. Jefferies
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Apr 02, 2012

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Interesting book about a man who is only after money and to get it pretends to be a spiritual leader in any branch of Christianity. He adapts quickly and he knows what to say to make people follow him.

The reason I found this interesting is because I have seen on tv those evangelists over in America (which is where the book is set), and I've heard about all the cults over there, although I'm sure they exists everywhere else as well, and it was interesting to read a book about someone like that. Someone that is one of those evangelists.

The author spent a lot of time talking to evangelists, prophets and preachers to make this book, and so even though it's fiction it might not be too far from reality.

Because the book was written in the past tense, I kept feeling as if it was building towards something where it would change to present tense, but after a while I realized that it wasn't going to happen.

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