Hand of God, Hand of Fate

May 14, 2015|
Hand of God, Hand of Fate by James Weiss

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How could a poker game between God and Lucifer in 1498 over the soul of Girolamo Savonarola—where God cheated—result five centuries later in the salvation of Praise Godsville, a small town in the foothills of the Appalachians, and four of its teen inhabitants? Realizing that he had been tricked into ‘winning,’ thus claiming that contentious soul, the Devil rose from the table and remarked “Today you have dealt me a fine and lordly hand, yet know that this matter is not at an end. Time and Circumstance, those quixotic twins to whom we are both beholden, have yet to weigh in on this matter and it is from them that final settlement will issue.” And indeed it did with profound terrestrial and celestial consequences. Owing to the tyranny of Praise Godsville’s own Savonarola, The Reverend Hoot, the four teens performed a satanic rite, setting in motion a series of events involving both God and the Devil with hilarious and unforeseen results. This satire of the human condition will find favor with adults of all ages who suffer neither fools nor religious hypocrites gladly.

Title:Hand of God, Hand of Fate
Format:Kobo ebook
Published:May 14, 2015
Publisher:James Weiss
Language:English
Appropriate for ages:All ages
ISBN - 13:9781301025015

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