The ‘Blurb’

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Because I’ve had a deluge of people (four) wanting to know more about my new novel ‘Understanding God’,  and no, it’s not a biblical text as one of my readers assumed, I decided to post the (provisional) ‘Blurb’ for the book.

Wilson Small decides to commit suicide ten years to the day after his beloved wife and unborn child died. During those ten years, he ranted and raved, blaming God for her death to anyone who would listen to him. He was so obsessed with his anger against God, he lets himself and his house go to rack and ruin, becoming a bitter, twisted, shambling husk of the man he’d once been. When Wilson decided to commit suicide, God was so angry (the straw that broke the camel’s back) that he would not allow Wilson to die and vowed, that if Wilson couldn’t truly understand him (God), he would obliterate his Humanity experiment and start again, thus ending Human existence. The fate of Humanity rested on the shoulders of Wilson Small!

The Devil found out about Wilson, ‘The Beholden’, and realised it was the best opportunity he’d ever had to return and rule the Earth. The Devil only had one problem; ‘The Beholden’ Wilson Small was in the way…

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