Jestus is a fictional tale about a person who is different in his existence, goes by various names and somehow survives every ordeal he deals with. The protagonist’s story is narrated in the first person and constantly keeps you wondering how complex his personality is.
There are many mysteries, humour, and even, sometimes, philosophical debates embodied in the literature. The book is modern and lengthy. I particularly enjoyed how the narrator changed between reality and fantasy, constantly making the reader speculate what was happening. This may not be suitable for everyone tastes. Logic may not always work when reading this book but what existed was interesting to read.
Jestus is always seeking joy in doing something unusual, which matches with the encounters he experiences.
I recommend this book to anyone who likes to read contemporary style literature.Tweet
Written by Jeyran Main