Last God Standing

Last God Standing

by Michael Boatman

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When God decides to quit and join the human race to see what all the fuss is about, all Hell breaks loose.

Sensing his abdication, the other defunct gods of Earth’s vanquished pantheons want a piece of the action He abandoned.

Meanwhile, the newly-humanised deity must discover the whereabouts and intentions of the similarly reincarnated Lucifer, and block the ascension of a murderous new God.
How is he ever going to make it as a stand-up comedian with all of this going on…?

File Under:
 Fantasy [ Gods Behaving Badly | Power Struggle | The Way He Tells ’Em | Simply Devine ]

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780857663962
Publisher: Watkins Media
Publication date: 03/25/2014
Sold by: Penguin Random House Publisher Services
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 400
File size: 622 KB

About the Author

MICHAEL BOATMAN spends his days and nights pretending to be other people for a living. He's starred in television shows: China Beach, Spin City, ARLI$$, Anger Management, Instant Mom, Gossip Girl, The Good Wife; films: Hamburger Hill, The Glass Shield, Bad Parents; and Broadway plays. The author lives in Westchester County, New York.

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Last God Standing 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
debralmartin More than 1 year ago
This was an very interesting book. After reading the description, I was hoping the book lived up to and it did as the novel straddles between comedy, drama, horror and the human condition. The story follows Lando Cooper, a struggling stand-up comedian, who is the reincarnated Hebrew and Christian God, Yahweh. Yahweh has given up his divinity and agrees to live as the human because he thinks faith is dead and people don't need God anymore. What follows is a funny, violent and sometimes heartbreaking story. Buried within the comedic talents of Lando, the author asks some pointed questions about religion--all religions from the Egyptian god Amon-Ra to Greek Gods to Hindu to the spirit gods of the American Indians. I thought the middle dragged just a bit as every two-bit ancient god was on a quest to kill Lando. I loved the interactions with Yuri, his friend and agent, and Lando's alter-dimension son, Herbert-Hasani. All in all this was a witty and clever book. I received this book in exchange for a fair and honest review.