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Reviewed by Christian Sia for Readers' Favorite
The Man Who Figured Out God? by John Fischer is an intriguing, well-plotted and well-written novel with visionary themes. It begins when Jason received the devastating news about the death of his friend in a fatal accident. The details indicate that it happened during an afternoon sight-seeing tour on Late Michigan off Chicago’s Navy Pier. Rob had been showing the city to his friends when the tourist boat exploded, killing all on board. At the same moment, the Pope died in Rome and under mysterious circumstances. Jason Williams received an audiotape in which Rob explains a quirky solution he’s been working on, a solution to the God-man-mind puzzle, a project he has been working on for years. Listening to the audio will lead him to uncover more than he bargained for and to understand the link between Rob’s death and that of the Pope. But can he figure out God?
The Man Who Figured Out God? by John Fischer is a brilliant novel that starts with a bang, a strong opening, a moment of crisis, and takes the reader on a journey that is intriguing. Jason is a great protagonist who has suffered a devastating loss. The death of his friend, who just recently got engaged, shakes him to the core. He is determined to honor his friend and that is why he sets out to uncover what he had been working on. The writing is suspenseful, the prose crisp and filled with powerful descriptions. I particularly enjoyed how this author explores and captures the emotions of the characters. The Man Who Figured Out God? is fast-paced, tightly written, and downright entertaining.