The God Project: A History

The God Project: A History

by Bassey Etim

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“I am more human than the nation-state, and I won’t die for her unless she’ll die for me.”

The words of Ashley Ambrose, a graduate student who is convincing the world that he is a prophet. But this is the modern age, and in the hell of the 2030s, a man must launch a political campaign to prove his own divinity. Ashley’s foe is legendary banker Jack Coppell, also privy to the secret that the world’s governments have kept for 20 years: a shadowy project whose cost is responsible for a generational depression. As their campaign tears mankind asunder, Jessica Miree and a band of isolated scientists race to complete the ‘Bastion’ project before it can be hijacked by either of the prophets.

The God Project is a history reported through our collective consciousness. A sonic addition to the history can be found at as well as a retrospective from our narrator and additional source material.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013285705
Publisher: WorldLive Mobile
Publication date: 10/16/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 837 KB

About the Author

Bassey Etim lives in Brooklyn and works for The New York Times. He is the emcee for "The Urban Correspondent" and co-produced The Sleep Station EP (2006). He graduated from the University of Wisconsin in 2008, where he was the Managing Editor for The Badger Herald and won the Wisconsin Newspaper Award for best column writing.

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