The Undying God

The Undying God

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by Nathan Wilson
     
 

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Ideology is the most dangerous weapon of all. The Undying God explores this terrifying truth, distilled into a dark fantasy thriller laced with heated passion, treachery, and sacrifice. A tormented man emerges from isolation to execute his vision of a moral society. When his methods leave hundreds dead, one woman named Nishka dives into the chaos. Is virginity

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Ideology is the most dangerous weapon of all. The Undying God explores this terrifying truth, distilled into a dark fantasy thriller laced with heated passion, treachery, and sacrifice. A tormented man emerges from isolation to execute his vision of a moral society. When his methods leave hundreds dead, one woman named Nishka dives into the chaos. Is virginity truly sacred? A new disturbing ideology rears its hideous head in response to this question. As more murders unfold, Nishka finds herself drawn to the extremist who believes his ideology is worth killing for. And ideology never dies.

Editorial Reviews

Amazon Review - Stuart Clapp
"Nathan Wilson's characters are masterfully developed to such an extent that I began to see parts of myself in nearly every individual. Coupled with vivid descriptions of the surrounding world, my interest only grew as the plot unraveled bit by bit."
IndieReader - Robert Bennett
"The Undying God is a wonderfully descriptive novel, using a broad variety of language to paint a clear picture of the setting, characters, and environment. Author Nathan Wilson uses a captivating story and original characters to keep the reader turning pages, always wanting to know what comes next."

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940045075459
Publisher:
Nathan Wilson
Publication date:
10/27/2012
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Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
968,515
File size:
369 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Meet the Author

Born in 1990, Nathan Wilson's love affair with writing began at the age of seven when he read The Nightingale, a short story by his sister, Rachel. Eight years and approximately 32 manuscripts later, he began to brainstorm the plot for his debut novel, The Undying God. In 2010, Nathan was hired onto Lansing Community College's newspaper, The Lookout, as a staff writer, and he eventually became the editor in chief in 2012. During that same year, he went on to publish The Undying God. His most recent work is Red Widow, a psychological thriller and mystery novel.

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The Undying God 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Words cannot express how deeply I was touched by this story. I can't remember the last time I identified so strongly with a cast of characters and their struggles, internal and external. The prose was clear and honest and struck a universal chord. I very much respect how much of their own self the author put into this work, and I hope others who read it will feel the same.