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The Second Coming (Paperback)
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The Second Coming (Paperback)

Paperback Published: 03/07/2014
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God takes a look at the Earth around the time of the Renaissance and everything looks pretty good - so he takes a holiday. In Heaven-time this is just a week's fishing trip, but on Earth several hundred years go by. When God returns, he finds all hell has broken loose: world wars, holocausts, famine, capitalism and 'fucking Christians everywhere'. There's only one thing for it. They're sending the kid back. JC, reborn, is a struggling musician in New York City, trying to teach the one true commandment: Be Nice! His best chance to win hearts and minds is to enter American Pop Star. But the number one show in America is the unholy creation of a record executive who's more than a match for the Son of God...Steven Stelfox.

Publisher: Cornerstone
ISBN: 9780099592136

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This is such a funny thought provoking book. The characterisation is brilliant and it is extremely witty. However there is so much more to it, it sends out the message that nothing is more important than being nice to... More

Paperback edition
24th April 2011
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“Great...Unless you're a Christian”

The cover of The Second Coming will entice any atheist to pick it up off a shelf; and its contents don't dissapoint. The Second Coming is just plain hilarious: poking fun at humans, our ideas in regards to the... More

Paperback edition
23rd August 2011
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“John Niven on top form”

John Niven's third novel is by far his funniest. I laughed out loud many times. Thoroughly recommended to readers who like uber modern fiction and who don't take life too seriously.

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13th April 2011
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