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Old School: Straight White Male: Sein Mantra lautet: Cold Hands by John Niven. You thought you could leave the past behind. Think again. Donnie Miller counts himself lucky. You wouldn't believe how well Niven writes music, about how it's performed, how it sounds, without even needing to hear it, you hear it on the page, and it's exhilarating!

I recently read another "Jesus returns! John Niven's "The Second Coming" is different in that it doesn't question the basics of Christianity - there is a Heaven and Hell, a God and Devil, etc - but it does question some of the dogma of the religion and does so with humour and intelligence. More importantly, it's never repetitive or predictable except for the end of course , and never once was I bored reading it. If you're looking for a good book this Easter, hell anytime of the year!

Many moons ago I read Kill Your Friends and I loved it, so I am not sure why it took me so long to read another book by John Niven however I have now, and I am very glad that I finally got round to it. If you dislike profanity then avoid this book. Conversely, if you enjoy perceptive humour that nails many a sacred cow, and that simultaneously manages to be perceptive, quietly profound, compelling, original, amusing and outrageous th Many moons ago I read Kill Your Friends and I loved it, so I am not sure why it took me so long to read another book by John Niven however I have now, and I am very glad that I finally got round to it.

Conversely, if you enjoy perceptive humour that nails many a sacred cow, and that simultaneously manages to be perceptive, quietly profound, compelling, original, amusing and outrageous then make time for The Second Coming. It's tough being a saint in the city, even when you're the son of God, back again, this time in modern day America, to show humanity how God wants us to behave.

The less you know about the plot the better. I devoured it. E qualche cartuccia niente male la mette anche a segno, tutto sommato.

Aug 15, Stefania Pastori rated it really liked it. Ovviamente dotato di aureola. Le prime le leggo in una notte.

Lascia lo scettro a quello dopo di lui e si ritira in Culolandia a beneficiare dei suoi successi economici. Invece no. Un gomblotto di istituzioni care al Sogno Americano riescono ad inchiodarlo alla croce mediatica, ottenendone la condanna a morte. La letteratura. Ho immaginato una lettura noiosa con toni eccessivamente sopra le righe.

A woman saw me reading this book albeit with a different cover and asked me if I was reading a book about Jesus. I told her Amazon, not disclosing that I got it from Amazon. And it's our loss. What you need to know is the Christians have it all wrong. Moses was an egotist who made up the Ten Commandments himself. All God wanted to say was "just be nice. He also loves pot, booze, and swearing.

You don't want to know what's going on in Hell with Ronald Reagan. Because humans have gone about ruining the beautiful planet in the blink of an eye in Heaven-time okay, about a week , God decides to give us one more shot by sending Jesus down again.

What better way for him to get a national platform than by going on American Idol, facing off against a very thinly veiled Simon Cowell? This is scathing, hilarious, dark, and a very honest look at how fucked up our world is. View all 4 comments. I can't praise this book highly enough. The blurb says that around the time of the Renaissance God takes a week off and goes on holiday, since everything on earth is going swimmingly. When he gets back, earth time running differently to heaven time Einstein was right , it's the early 21st century and, to put it bluntly, everything has gone to ratshit.

So, God decides to send his son back to teach mankind how they should be living My husband read this a while back and told me to read it because I can't praise this book highly enough.

My husband read this a while back and told me to read it because "you'll love it". Well, I love all sorts of things so it joined my pile teetering, on the brink of toppling. Finally I picked it up on Sunday evening and I read far far too long, and when I got up in the morning read more over my breakfast mug of tea.

I took it to work which surprised some people because I usually have my Kindle with me and it sat on my desk, beckoning and beguiling me until When I got home I cracked it open and ignored everyone and everything until I'd finished it. And, of course, then I was sad because I'd finished it too quickly and I should have savoured it. But I couldn't because it was just so fantastically written, so more-ish so I heard that there are people who rarely read.

Can take it or leave it. And I wonder, really, how that can be when there are novels like this in the world. Feb 13, James rated it it was amazing. There is a scene halfway through this book where JC rips into a cover of Springsteen's 'Born to Run'.

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It is a manic delight to read, and I'm sure that John Niven took great pleasure in writing it. Niven, a journalist who worked in the music industry, is Scottish, and his nationality is very much in evidence here in this anarchic, profane and undoubtedly hugely controversial story of Jesus Christ's return to Earth.

Sent by his father, horrified by what people had done in his "name", JC plays into There is a scene halfway through this book where JC rips into a cover of Springsteen's 'Born to Run'. Sent by his father, horrified by what people had done in his "name", JC plays into the hearts and minds of middle-America when he decides or perhaps it is decided for him to take part in a reality television show based on 'American Idol'.

There is much here to delight the open-minded reader. Niven introduces us to a God who doesn't care whether we believe in him or not; all he asks is that we just "be nice. There is much here, too, to annoy, disgust, and cause fear in the hearts of fundamentalists everywhere. Not that they would know, of course; they won't be reading it.

Their loss. Dec 12, Alexandra rated it it was amazing. Sprachlich und inhaltlich ist der Roman excellent, die Story ist ist rasant und keine Sekunde langweilig. So schliesse ich mit dem einzigen Gebot, das wirklich existiert "Seid lieb".

Absolute Lesempfehlung von mir. Habe nicht gedacht, dass ich zu Weihnachten noch ein Buch lese, das mit meinem heurigen Favoriten "Er ist wieder da" gleichauf liegt View all 7 comments.

This was close to great It was mostly fun to read, well written and it had some crude humor and quite obvious twists of Christian theology. And that was my main problem with this book: It is right in your face. No subtlety, no not so obvious sarcasm or irony. It was all there, right in the open.

The idea was actually better, than the plot in the end. What would Jesus do, if he came back to earth? Not exactly a fresh and original idea. And mixing that with having him apply for a talent scoutin This was close to great And mixing that with having him apply for a talent scouting TV show?

Not exactly mind-blowing. So it was a nice read, but nothing to write home about. I was actually a bit disappointed. Su dio condivido in tutto e per tutto Ivan Karamazov: E seppure esistesse e mi trovassi al suo cospetto gli girerei le spalle rinunciando al suo paradiso.

Risate incontenibili, dicono i due citandone i passi a memori oggi a pranzo. O tempora o mores. I tempi sono cambiati, infatti. Ai miei tempi era questione di parole e di idee. Che sia questo merito dello scrittore? Beh, tre stellette ma assolutamente sconsigliato. Our times are truly troubled with war, genocide, disease, and hate lurking around every corner.

In "The Second Coming", God sees that everything is screwed up after returning from a short vacation. After short deliberation, he decides to use the only cure for the problem. He sends Jesus back in.

Now, the returned savior must brave life as a struggling musician, whilst simply getting people to "Be nice! A plethora of chaotic twists ensues.

The plot opens with everyone in Heaven scurrying around as they anxiously await the return of God from a "short" fishing trip. Upon arrival, however, the Boss quickly sees that there's chaos everywhere. In a heavenly board meeting with the apostles, the full scope of the situation is reviewed and Jesus a.

JC is put back to work. The Son of God must now struggle as a musician in a rather unsuccessful band in the sprawling metropolis of New York City. While there, he tries to spread his message, but is never able to reach more than a few people.

When "American Pop Star" auditions come to town, JC enters hoping to reach out to more people and must then compete both musically and against the sinister schemes of a music producer with a remarkable similarity to a former American Idol judge. Once the competition is over and done, Jesus eventually retires to the plains of Texas, where he sets up an alternate living community with his two fellow band members and various outcasts of society whom he meets throughout the book. At this point everything seems perfect.

But how long can the peace last? Overall, this book is absolutely amazing. Simply looking at the cover, I first thought that it would be an over-exaggerated satire. However, much to the contrary, it is immensely thought-provoking all the while keeping up an exciting narrative. The author's writing style is incredibly vivid and flows at a rapid speed while providing great detail.

Much of the material is simply hilarious some of the sad parts are truly gut-wrenching. This book might be slightly confrontational to some of the more hardcore, Bible-thumping, Christian audiences.

However this is done in a very tasteful and accurate manner as throughout his journey, Jesus must the deal with the relevant topic of religious and social hypocrisy and especially the end of the book shows that people today aren't very different from how they were years ago. I highly recommend this book for teenage and adult audiences and especially for church-goers.

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Fate i bravi! Fate i Bravi! Nov 28, Davide Rubini rated it it was amazing. If somebody asks me for a fun, smart, controversial novel I never hesitate.

This is my suggestion and I have yet to find something better. Niven puts your beliefs upside down and in his usual irreverent style show the inner side of a religion, not necessarily bad but surely powerful.

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Non gli avrei dato due lire, confesso. Sghignazzi alle 7. In pratica, Dio torna dalle vacanze, vede Non gli avrei dato due lire, confesso. Umorismo non becero, situazioni che in parte ti aspetti ma raccontate bene, con una scrittura tutto sommato molto cinematografica e un'etica descritta che si avvicina per molti aspetti alla mia. E la bellezza dell'unico comandamento: This book is about a quite serious and sad topic, about humans and religion and how humanity is going to hell.

But the topic is handled with so much irony and humor that it was just fun to read. I loved the beginning and enjoyed every site of the part in heaven. Afterwards it slowed a bit down, but that was ok as the story needed to evolve.

Even though it got less there was still a lot humor and I also loved the references to the book Kill your Friends. So if you want to read this, start Kill yo This book is about a quite serious and sad topic, about humans and religion and how humanity is going to hell. So if you want to read this, start Kill your Friends first. It is not required to get the plot but it is a nice extra.

Jun 28, Tom Loock rated it really liked it Shelves: I liked The Second Coming a lot, but it is a odd book: The first 70 odd pages take place in heaven and are extraordinarily funny. At that stage, I was really excited about the novel. Once the story moves to New York City however, the tone changes increasingly and towards the end, little of that humour is left though delightful little sparkles pop up now and then.

Having said that, the story of Jesus is not exactly a comedy. Mind you — it's still a very good book and if it weren't for the over-a I liked The Second Coming a lot, but it is a odd book: Compared to Christopher Moore 's Lamb: John J. Niven is obviously both a very knowledgeable music fan and a guitar player and I thoroughly enjoyed the many obvious and subtle music references.

Alcuni personaggi che entrano in scena in seguito giro di parole per non spoilerare sono troppo volgari! Pensavo fosse diverso, non so, so che sono rimasta delusa. Adesso sono curiosa di leggere Maschio bianco etero! I loved the beginning, heaven was great. I laughed a lot for the first few pages but after that it wen downhill. The depiction of hell wasn't really inventive and the rest of the book was a little too easy.

I liked the character of Jesus but every other one apart maybe stelfox was a little too much one dimensional and you could see the ending coming miles and miles away.

Too bad.

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