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Picked up this book and found myself entranced within this thought provoking novel. Curing The God Plague really allows you to think outside the box and through a different perspective when it comes to this thing we call life. Targeting and questioning religion - this book provides a different twist on belief and what I found appealing was the fact that there is an open feeling to the book, open to anyone of any faith or religion who may be interested in an eye opening read.
A sober study of religion and its morality from a rationalist point of view. I would have rated it higher but for instances of awkward sentence structure and choices of words, which tend to reduce its luster.
As one who always questions the grand scheme of things, I found this book very interesting and easy to read. "Curing the God Plague" made me think deeply about the human existence and the true meaning of the bible and the beliefs interpreted it. If you are looking for a book on a perspective that is not based on religion, then this book is for you.