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Bland and not very exciting
on 28 August 2002
While Christopher Pike is to be thanked for trying something different, and not sticking to his usual Last Vampires and other typical horror themes, this book does not work. When an American trucker encounters a pretty young female by the roadside, he could never believe he was giving a lift to God.
This God only provides one miracle, and the whole of the book conerns our trucker and his unlikely friends as they discuss whether this is really the second coming. The next miracle would be if anyone actually cared much about him, and the strange female.
If you want to read something different from a teenage genre writer, there are better examples elsewhere. As regards a teenager exploring religion, there are much more interesting ways for that to be done.