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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
When a psychopath decides to start a church, the consequences prove disastrous for the unfortunate congregants. "Handsome Munukore" is undoubtedly one of the greatest evil characters of twenty first century literature. This man can make "Rasputin, the Mad Monk" seem like a pure angel of light. In "The Thirteenth Disciple" we are shown all the horrors that can be visited on a credulous community when manipulative wickedness allies itself with religiosity.
The writer takes us into a world where good people are deceived and robbed, on an almost industrial scale, by a corrupt pastor, who can always use quotations from the Bible to justify his depredations. This book really is a warning to beware of "wolves in sheep's clothing". There are probably only too many of them in the world today.
The whole sordid and sometimes harrowing story is told in a book, where the flashes of humour accentuate the horrors, by reminding the reader that this is the account of real people and we can all fall victim to the wiles of con merchants, if they are expert enough in their pernicious trade.
This is a book that you will probably want to read in one sitting. You will feel yourself drawn inexorably to turn the pages, to see what shade of villainy is lurking in the further reaches of the story.
I have no hesitation in giving five stars to this volume and urging many more people to read it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 22 November 2013
I admit that the book is well-written and has a lot of suspense and I couldn't put it down because I wanted to see what would happen to this evil genius character. Munokori, the lead character, is the most evil and despicable character I have ever read. He did some very unspeakable things using the Bible as his cover. Imagine, drugging a woman woman and her daughter and raping them several times in the same bed. Just imagine, drugging a girl with chloroform and aborting her pregnancy without her knowledge. As a woman, I must say that I disliked the graphic detail in which the author described the evil genius' violation of women. It was as if he was writing from experience, making the book appear more like the confessions of a serial rapist. I like happy endings and the way the writer ended the book also disappointed me. He made the evil genius appear like a hero.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 13 August 2013
The title of this book is extremely well-chosen.
The main character, Handsome, is about as evil as they come as he manipulates those around him using his position of power as the head of the church to abuse girls and women.
The thoughts of Handsome are shared vividly with the reader which some people might find offensive, although they do add realism to his menace.
Although the reader may wish for this evil man to be punished for his sins, it again adds to the realism of true life that he continues to fulfil his sickening dreams with more innocent victims.
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on 19 January 2014
This book is not for the fainthearted. It is full of suspense and the dark deeds of the main character can be enraging. Munokori, the false prophet is indeed an evil genius. Although I despised everything he did I couldn't help admiring his cunning. Once you start it, you won't put it down.
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on 13 January 2014
This is a harrowing story about a criminal who masquerades as a prophet. You don't want to be in this man's church, especially if you are a beautiful woman. He is full of tricks and he know how to twist the Bible to suit himself. This fast, suspenseful book left me wanting for more.
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