As the satanic President Razour attempts to bring forward Armageddon to prevent humanity repenting, the fate of us all rests in the hands of Cleric20, a hedonistic loner with a chequered past, and his robot sidekick, GiX.
An action-packed literary shock to the senses that mixes flights of comic fantasy with bouts of brutal violence. Mankind's only hope seems to be having a very bad day.
Can Cleric20 halt Razour's devilish plans after an experimental bioweapon deployed to kill him accidentally gives him superpowers?
Has the Devil inadvertently created a hero who could actually stop him?
Little can prepare you for this spiritually-charged, cyber-noir thrill ride.
Publisher: Burton Mayers Books
Number of pages: 220
Dimensions: 203 x 127 x 13 mm
""Matt Adcock skilfully weaves together theological questions and SF, in the best tradition of the genre" Francesco Dimitri, Author of The Book of Hidden Things; "Like the unholy offspring of William Burroughs and Warren Ellis, Complete Darkness crackles with invention, energy and wit. From a primordial chaos Adcock has forged a unity between the holy trinity of science, religion and superhumans" Martin Stiff, Creator of The Absence; "An epic and energetic plunge into philosophy, theology and left-field sci-fi. Complete Darkness is a blast. It's quirky, intelligent and cool." Rev. Peter Laws, Author, Journalist, YouTube Horror Host; "An extremely entertaining, deliciously dark cocktail of sci-fi, theology and really big guns that is very grim and very bloody with a twist of humour and a dash of sexy. The end of everything never tasted so damn good." Prof. Michael Brooks, Brighton Theatre Lovers