Even Gods Have Midlife Crises by N. D. Stone (Book Review #406)

Even Gods Have Midlife Crises is a science fiction story about Yahweh. He is a God and returns back to Earth and experiences many near-death encounters with his follower, Anna. His colleagues do try to warn him and assist in his endeavor to safely return but his will is stronger, and the lawyer in pursuit of suing him is not going to give up.

There was an overwhelming amount of use for profanity in the content. I noticed some errors in the electronic format of the file I received, and I was not sure when the story was going to take a massive step in making me intrigued. It flowed well and was written with care, however, I felt like I was trying to connect with it and failed in doing so.

What did exist though was humor and much of it. Yahweh had a very interesting perspective towards life and Earth. His relationship with Anna was well developed, and each had their own personalities that made the story enjoyable to read.

The cover design for the book did not really demonstrate what the story was about but what it did do, was to acknowledge the reader to not take the story too seriously.

I recommend this book to people that have an open mind.

Written by Jeyran Main

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