The only account of Jesus Christ that actually makes him sound like a real person.
The novel lacks in positively hilarious sarcastic humor present in the same author’s Cain, but it’s definitely a worthwhile read if you want to see an actually sensible person’s interpretation of the story that spawned one of the world’s largest religions.
|Interesting, likable, profound characters||Plot can get a bit slow and dull at times|
|God is deliciously a total asshole||A bit predictable, duh|
|Enlightening on the period and culture of the time|
|Enlightening on the mythology that spawned Christianity|