I don't know if somehow the copy I bought of this novel was a first or maybe second draft but there were definitely a lot of flaws in this book. From excessive (and I do mean to the extreme) use of exclamation marks, many typos, missing words and sometimes extra seemingly random sentence fragments somehow surviving the editing process, there is a great deal about the writing of this book that can make it a little hard to read at times. Add on top of that the fact that some of the scenes are overly long from constantly repeating the same points and it is easy to say that this is a book in need of a good editor.
So what does that add up to? Well surprisingly it doesn't add up to a bad book, it instead adds up to a seriously fun and enjoyable book that left me so eager for the next book in the series that I ended up reading all the books currently available before I found the time to write this review.
It is often very easy to overlook what is, in my opinion, the single most important thing a book needs to be: enjoyable. God touched is definitely that to the extreme and because of this it is easy to overlook the many flaws in the writing, flaws that are gradually ironed out as the series progresses and the writer gets more experience.
Overall I would class this as a guilty pleasure read. It's a book that is a bit trashy, filled with overly powered beings, littered with cliches and basically I loved every moment of it.
I would recommend this book to people who are looking for a fun, adventurous and easy reading book rather than literary perfection. Be warned though, I picked up this book and because of how much I loved it, a week of my life has been consumed by the rest of the series.