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Reviewed by Nino Lobiladze for Readers' Favorite
Sam Seitz was born to a family of prominent evangelicals. He was obliged to live his life in the shadow of his older brother, Ben, who had died as a martyr. Now, Sam is a comedian living in Los Angeles. He tries to leave his past (and his family) behind. He does his best to lose his faith, falling in love with a stripper named Sugar. This beautiful troublemaker puts Sam on edge, staying emotionally distant from him. More than that, Sam's brother, Timothy, is about to publish a scandalous memoir about their family and childhood. Also, Sam starts experiencing visions of Jesus. It is revealed to Sam that he has only twenty-four hours left to live. Will his best friend, Lana Monroe, help Sam to keep his sanity and life in place? What awaits him on this fateful day? The End Times Comedy Show by Thor Ramsey has all the answers.
Thor Ramsey is a master of dialogues; they are brilliant and well balanced with the main character's inner perspective on the unfolding and past events of his life. The End Times Comedy Show impresses with a powerful scene of the crucifixion of Sam alongside Jesus in his dream and entertains with marvelous examples of subtle humor. Thor Ramsey manages to show how hard it is to rebel against loving parents who also are good people and exemplary Christians. The love triangle shown in this amazing book was convincing with a flavor of biblical temptation. The End Times Comedy Show speaks about finding a way to God without being preachy. Also, the exceptional writing style made it almost impossible to put the book down, and the element of horror added an unexpected and exciting dark note to the narrative. Fans of psychological drama with a strong romantic line would enjoy The End Times Comedy Show without a doubt.