Ian Campbell’s description:
The devil has come to town—but this time he is the CEO of a multinational corporation. This multinational advertises a soul back guarantee for all potential customers – for their purchase of their very own dream life. A semi-alcoholic priest is anointed as – The Chosen – the one who is destined to fight off the evil, and to stop this latest incarnation of the devil.
He is sent unwillingly into the battle between good and evil, and what can only be considered to be an excellently executed marketing campaign. John Murdock, a self described crappy priest and aforementioned semi-alcoholic, wakes one morning to a radio commercial outlining the benefits of buying one’s own dream life for the low – low price of their soul.
He sincerely hopes that the commercial is a bad joke made by the radio station, or at least a hangover induced hallucination. But finds out to his dismay that it is all real, and that it is his job to fight the devil incarnate, or more accurately stated – the devil incorporated.
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Travis Borne’s review:
It’s easier to quit a gym membership, than to quit reading this book! I had so much fun with this!
It’s easier to quit a gym membership, than it is to quit reading this book! I had a blast reading this and witty quips like the aforementioned were sprinkled throughout. The story is clever, unique, and surprising. Each chapter will send you where you least expect, in the best, most ingenious way.
The adventures of a crappy priest plopped into a special predicament. This special “life’s plan” sets him into a collision course with the devil, demons, Fairman’s 100-mph golf-cart, and to stardom, as well the pits—busted! sneaking lunch from Italy!—all of it in a way that will have you busting up laughing, and seriously wanting to read more—because truly, this plot is like no other. 5 stars for a unique story with characters who make you care, and for surprising me at every turn!
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