Against All Gods (Volume 1)
Against All Gods is an absorbing, action-packed novel of simple mortals overthrowing corrupt and useless gods. However, this is the basic premise of many novels, and this particular one is horrible, useless, and tastelessly written. Some of the cultures are sort of interesting; it seems like it might be set in the area around Greece and the west coast of the Middle East. This would be interesting if one fatal flaw in Against All Gods had not been present. Against All Gods is tastelessly packed with profanity, especially sex-related profanity, and barbaric violence. So much so that I wish I had not read it. If you want to read an epic quest against all-powerful, immortal beings book, I recommend instead the The Spear Cuts Through Water. Libraries, schools, and individuals should absolutely NOT buy this book! If you think that you will read this book anyway, I must say that Against All Gods is only an appropriate read for adults and mature teens. Although it is absorbing, its mediocre writing and obscene language make Against All Gods not worth the time it takes to read.
|Page Count||400 pages|
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|Category||Science Fiction & Fantasy|