Andrew, an English programmer, living alone in Bulgaria, finds out he is the next evolution of humanity and has to save the world before a mysterious being slows down time into a single dull moment.
Andrew is forced on a quest through time and alternative realities to find God, whose true name is Jeff. Guided by his Holy Guardian Angel, Tigger, the patron angel of computers and things that are designed to blow up, his journey goes through Hell and out the other side. He meets demons, the Triple Goddess, finds out the secret of Avebury, Jeff’s reason for creating the universe and above all the answer to the question “if a tree falls in a forest and no one is around, does it make a sound?”
An archaic romp through time, space and philosophy reminiscent of Terry Pratchett, Douglas Adams, or a bloke who has eaten too many strange mushrooms on an empty stomach.
“An insane view of the universe from someone who should know better.”
“Even his novels slag off Apple.”
Apple Fanboy Weekly
“A universe where heaven and hell are run for God by the devil in an outsourcing contract? It is blasphemy... where are my matches,”
Cardinal Tomás de Torquemada