Thursday, November 10, 2016

Satan's Plot Fantasy/Paranormal

Satan's Plot

By: Percy G. Phillips
Genres: Fantasy, Paranormal


DESCRIPTION: The real world is heading towards economic and societal collapse; a catastrophe of human suffering that is being deliberately orchestrated by those with control in the afterlife.
One man will have the power to resist the establishment's dire plans for humanity. They know him as the Newcomer and they want him erased from the multiverse. But the Newcomer has a different agenda, one that will lead him into a confrontation that could threaten the very existence of the real world and the afterlife. The book takes a critical philosophical look at religion, cultural norms, human behaviour, modern economics and the ruling 'establishment'.

REVIEW:

Margie
Rating: 4.0
From the cover (Yea, I like covers. Sue me. It's not going away any time soon.) you can tell this is going to be a dark, kind of creepy story, right? I mean, come on, it's the stuff on nightmares right there! As a lover of everything horror, I found this piece of work exotic! It's listed as Paranormal Fantasy, but don't be fooled! There is a LOT of horror/thriller in there, too!
The set up for this story is very unique. The underworld is controlling these devastating blows to the humanity above and they/we are powerless against it! Will humanity be saved...? Or will we fall to the powers of Satan?
This story is dark and twisted, just how I like it. It's not exactly how I pictured the afterlife to be, but I suppose that's part of the fun. The author kind of twists the nature of religion to go deeper with it, if that's makes sense? It's a very "toy with what you think you know" piece of work that does an excellent job mutating the human psyche and our "norms". Personally, I found this exciting! It was a new take on evil and a new take on humanity/life as a whole.
As for the protagonist, he's a brave soul willing to put himself on the line in an attempt to change the course Satan has set for us weak, culturally manipulated humans. So, you've got to love the "Newcomer".
I like the themes and I like the execution of this original plot.
I hope to read more from this author in the near future!

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