On The Seventh Day God hates you Regardless of religion race sex sexuality or nationality He hates all of you Basically you are fucked God is pissed off He has run out of patience with humans and decided that our ti

  • Title: On The Seventh Day
  • Author: MarkWilson
  • ISBN: 9781517457648
  • Page: 473
  • Format: Paperback
  • God hates you Regardless of religion, race, sex, sexuality or nationality He hates all of you Basically, you are fucked God is pissed off He has run out of patience with humans and decided that our time is over We ve had our chance and its back to the drawing board Fuck the lot of them is his newest gospel Mo, and Jay, best Friends who ve fucked up in the past, God hates you Regardless of religion, race, sex, sexuality or nationality He hates all of you Basically, you are fucked God is pissed off He has run out of patience with humans and decided that our time is over We ve had our chance and its back to the drawing board Fuck the lot of them is his newest gospel Mo, and Jay, best Friends who ve fucked up in the past, beg him for one chance to get the humans back on track Alongside Mr Saluzar, the head of a global charity foundation, and Nick, The Fallen Angel, they hurtle towards Armageddon and their one chance to prove God wrong They have seven days to save us On The Seventh Day contains strong language and religious irreverence which some may find offensive Irreverent dark humour from the author of Lanarkshire Strays and the dEaDINBURGH series.

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    1. On The Seventh Day- by Mark WilsonI’m running out of superlatives to describe the works of Mark Wilson. Often compared to his compatriot, Irvine Welsh, I find that’s a tad lazy as he has a completely different writing style. I find that Mr Wilsons work is more subtle and deeply considered than the full throttle assault Irvine welsh often adopts.When approaching this book and reading the little teasers (again the Irvine welsh comparison was made) like "God hates you. Regardless of religion, r [...]

    2. Hilarious, progressive, provocative, surprisingly thought-provoking and genuinely unique. My kindle version had some format flaws and a few spelling mistakes, but I'm willing to overlook that.

    3. This is readily Mark’s most well-executed work to date. It is also going to get some nasty reviews. It is blasphemous, progressive, raw as fuck and hilarious. But it also has something to say about the world, about us, and our responsibility for ourselves and our world. It doesn’t get much better than that for me.I was privileged to be a beta reader for this book, and it was the most challenging beta-read I’ve ever done. I was simply too caught up in the story, too lost in the universe to [...]

    4. *******POSSIBLY SPOILERRIFIC*******Oh, but what a theological jewel this book is! A fantastic take on the seemingly kaleidoscopic battlefield that is religion in the 21st century.God is a sadistic you know what, Jesus, Moses and Lucifer are trying desperately and in vain to claw back some damage limitation and the human race is pretty much, well, doomed!Some fabulously familiar names from stories we all know, mixed in deliciously with the all too familiar backdrop of supposed cynicism, social ne [...]

    5. What starts out as great satire turns into a profoundly entertaining story line with an explosive and satisfactory climax. I've read three of Wilson's books to date and this is easily his best work.

    6. Some may be offended by this book, may consider it blasphemous. NRA sponsored militia's in the 'bible' belt may. Those Christians who would turn their back on refugees fleeing warzones may. Those church goers who would snatch what little dignity the poor have left may. If that’s you then I'm glad you wasted your money, though given the blurb well, that would make you Donald Trump stoopid.It is irreverent, no doubt. Such is the nature of satire. Satire also makes you think. Given the current st [...]

    7. I've always enjoyed fiction that portrays supernatural or divine entities as if they were people. I'm thinking Pratchett & Gaiman's Good Omens, soMe of Tom Holt's fiction and films like Dogma. So I was looking forward to Mark Wilson's novel.It differs from the aforementioned works in that it is more sweary, adult and perhaps more cynical. However, this gives it a more cutting edge for me. Wilson tells his tale from a number of perspectives including that of Jesus and Moses who have returned [...]

    8. Where do i start with this one it had me loving it and hating it at the same time and it played with my mind as i do have my own beliefs . The first chapter or so put me off and i thought its not for me this is the one book from Mark Wilson that i wont like . But i persevered and found myself getting more and more drawn into the story as it went . Mark takes us into a different way of thinking about god and religion and what if's in this one, but remembering that it was never written to offend a [...]

    9. Not for the easily offended,although they should read it too or they will be missing out.God is a wee bit peeved with the world,and sets two ordinary Joes (well one and a Premiership footballer)the task of restoring humanities faith in (well Himself).One week,that is all can they do itLike a previous reviewer,I felt the biblical stuff in the first 3rd distracted from the flow a little,but then whammo I raced through till the end,sitting up till the wee small ours to finish.Sweary words and blasp [...]

    10. I loved this. The perfect blending of science and theology, the re-imaging of classic Bible stories, and the casting of God as the biggest Cunt imaginable while having the Devil as a sympathetic character trying to save the world in seven days, with Jesus and Moses, is just superb.

    11. In this book, Mark Wilson satirises religion, and he does it well. Jay and Mo (Jesus and Moses) are given the job of trying to warn the human race that it's pissed God off big time, and are given new bodies to work from. As they perform miracles and try to convince people to be nicer to each other, God (Stuart) and Satan (Nick) let us in on their religious thoughts, and theories about what has gone wrong with the world.It is obvious that Mark has done a lot of biblical study to write this book, [...]

    12. I enjoyed this. It’s irreverent at the same time that it is serious about spirituality. Riveting story too, and good withhold/reveal balance. Nicely done.

    13. I had no idea where Wilson was going with this one. I expected anti-religious commentary and lots of implications that religion is the cause of all evil. What I was given was a Scottish arsehole type God, sick of humans and their abject selfishness, who was hellbent on putting an end to the world and starting again. And can we blame him?Wilson is gentle with his religious commentary; I'd originally thought I'd be unable to recommend the book to some of my religious friends. In actual fact, I thi [...]

    14. Mark Wilson is fast becoming one of my favourite writers. I was a bit nervous to read a book of his outside the dEaDINBURGH series in case I was disappointedbut disappointed I wasn't. First things first if you are easily offended then this book isn't for you. Basically God hates us all and he has given Jesus and Moses (or Jay and Mo) 7 days to turn it around before he pulls the plug completely. The human race has ignored the one commandment that God specified. Don't be a C U Next Tuesday! Can Ja [...]

    15. Satire at its finest. Mark Wilson's religiously themed tale of human morality explores the broken nature of humans in this technological age, where nobody keeps secrets and everything is shared through television, social media and other news outlets. Everybody has an ulterior motive as Jesus and Moses are miraculously poured into the bodies of a loudmouth Scottish musician and a millionaire footballer respectively, tasked with saving humanity within seven days. Of course, it doesn't quite go to [...]

    16. I absolutely LOVED this book. I sat on the train with a smile on my face and giggling to myself while reading it! Couldn't recommend it highly enough, although I would give a warning. Not for those who are easily offended, but this made me want to read it more! My new motto "Don't be a ****"

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