The God Conspiracy

Derek Gilbert

82 ratings
The God Conspiracy | Derek Gilbert

When a small boy in Iowa forwards a mysterious email from 'God' to a small group of friends, he unwittingly releases a trigger that sends blood pouring throughout his farming community. Thousands more are dead across the country in dozens of simultaneous terror attacks and the government blames fundamentalists who want to trigger the Apocalypse. FBI Agent Joe Unes reluctantly teams with reclusive Internet radio host Barney Ison to expose the plot - and discovers that the enemy is not of flesh and blood.

Praise for The God Conspiracy:

"Move over Joel Rosenberg, there’s a new quill in the inkwell… I bookmarked several pages for further research, deleted all the cookies from my internet history, checked my rearview for tails, and put a fresh coat of Brasso ™ on my tin-foil hat."
Winston Crutchfield, Critical Press Media

"The God Conspiracy has all of the elements of a well-written novel–persuasive theme, three-dimensional characters, dynamic plot, and stable prose… Captivating."
Tom Horn, author of The Ahriman Gate, publisher of Raiders News Network

"[A] great read – action, adventure, suspense out the wazoo, humor, and a great Christian message."
Kevin Bayer, Sporadic Book Reviews

The God Conspiracy is a good tale, well written, and has some really great plot twists. While reading it I couldn't help but compare the plot to the movie "The Ring". I really didn't like the ring(hate is a better word), but I still give The God Conspiracy 3 stars(would have been 4 but I couldn't...more

Very compelling and developed story. Keeps you hooked.

11/12/2009 - finished listening. good book overall, well paced, liked the characters... I didn't like the end as much as I could've. I didn't like the physical representation of Malthius to Thiel. (spelling may be off) It would've been better to me if it was more ambiguous.

so far so good, typical...more

An interesting concept from the Christian point of view. Well written and thought provoking.

One of the books from the 'lost genre'. Read it to find out what I mean.

Solid book. Christian movies and fiction so often are over ridden with feel good cringe to make them tough to enjoy. The characters felt real and genuine (for the most part) and the threats felt impending. I really liked it:)

Meh. Did not care much for this one. While the premise was interesting, it never delved into the killer hypnotic virus thing. Then it abruptly changes to terrorism. Then suspension of rights. Then I thought it was going to be a God book. Never really hit the ground in my opinion.

Great ideas poorly executed.

Interesting take on politics, the inner workings, how vulnerable our country is to outside forces. The way our country works always astounds me. It's like a giant game of Jenga. If you remove one piece, corporate money, the whole thing could fall.
Anyway, good book especially on audio. Very enter...more

I did not think I would like this book but it turned out to be very intresting and I enjoyed the stories twists and turns.

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