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A new take on the battle between good and evil, throughout space and time. For God’s Sake contains three narratives that run simultaneously depicting slightly different spiritual struggles. Len is a banker who is quite selfish and intimidating but needs to discover who is trying to kill him before they succeed. Joyce is a teenager living through the 1960s but doesn’t seem to experience it in the way you’d expect due to her devoutly Christian family and beliefs. All that may be changing when she starts to get to know the new reverend. And on a planet called Heviant, Saul has to defend his people and be a leader in a way he’s never experienced before when Idriss chooses his planet as his next target for plunder. These three narratives do link together, but there’ll be no spoilers here as to how. As I said at the start, this is a battle between good and evil that you’ve never seen before. Imagine if Tarantino decided to create a film where the main purpose is to save the human race from Evil. If you like the sound of that, this may be the book for you. Quite graphic in places but the unique storyline kept me intrigued until the end. The plot is simple to follow, each chapter states at the top which narrative we're about to hear from next and I found this a fairly quick read. I like how the three very distinct storylines merged together at the end, I wasn't really expecting it so that was a nice surprise.
The story is action-packed and will always keep you thinking, with plenty of twists along the way. The book is made up of three seemingly separate stories which describe the fight between good and evil from before the beginning of time to the present.
Heviant is a truly peaceful planet where the inhabitants live together in pure bliss. Saul is their leader but has never had to lead before, until now. Idriss and his people plunder planets and Heviant will be easy pickings.
Joyce is a confident, innocent 16-year-old living with her devoutly Christian parents in the 1960s. She falls for the new young reverend, but his increasingly extreme views make her doubt their relationship. Who is using who?
Set in the present day, Len Strickland is a successful ex-banker who sold his business to promote the environment. Seems like a nice guy, so why is someone making him suffer? If they hate him so much, why not just kill him? Can Len find out who's responsible? Can he rise from the depths of despair?
Publication date: 11/04/2020
Publisher: Independently published
|Publication date:||11th April 2020|
|Genres:||Action Adventure / Spy, Indie Author Books,|