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The Atheist Bible

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239 pages4 hours

Summary

Described by many as the most important new atheist fiction of the 21st century, Michael Leamy has woven a multilayered tale laying waste to the gods. Unforgiving, unexpected and unapologetic, the human race is elevated to the top of the list, while our gods are asked bluntly to leave.

Not written to make friends, reviewers are praising his work as a feel good surprise, destined to be among the classics of our age.

"This book is unique. In it, Mr. Leamy weaves a didactic narrative with an intelligent, humane glimpse into the mind of a man at the lowest point in his life. It's one part dialogue in the vein of The Republic, one part social commentary, and one part character study.

It's provocative and marvelously written. A great read and a solid addition to the shelf of anyone concerned with social issues. Five of five stars." - Michael Herrman, author of 'The Legend of T93.'

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