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By Tim Lees | Comments: ( 778 ) | Date: ( Jul 02, 2020 )

Good Omens meets Office Space in this darkly humorous and suspenseful supernatural thriller by author Tim Lees.There s an art to capturing gods for electricity, and Chris Copeland is good at his job Or at least, he was, until his insouciant partner accidentally loosed a pagan god on the world Luckily, Chris had the good sense to smash the thing over the head with a lamp.Good Omens meets Office Space in this darkly humorous and suspenseful supernatural thriller by author Tim Lees.There s an art to capturing gods for electricity, and Chris Copeland is good at his job Or at least, he was, until his insouciant partner accidentally loosed a pagan god on the world Luckily, Chris had the good sense to smash the thing over the head with a lamp It s dead.Or is it Six years later, Chris is contacted by Anna Ganz, a brusque, chain smoking Hungarian detective with a penchant for misusing American profanity A mysterious serial killer is stalking Budapest, and, in the name of profit, Chris s company isn t going to stop it It s up to the unlikely team of Chris and Anna to hunt down a god but can they catch the killer before it s too late


  • Title: The God Hunter
  • Author: Tim Lees
  • ISBN: 9780062358813
  • Page: 125
  • Format: ebook

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Comments The God Hunter

  • Carrie Mansfield

    This review will be available on my my blog starting 8/43.5 starseARC provided in exchange for fair reviewWell, the premise - that humans can collect energy from sacred spots and turn it into electricity- is pretty awesome. As humans, we talk of places feeling alive and having an energy of their own. For example, three years ago I visited the Chartres Cathedral in France. It's notable for being both the place where the first King of France was crowned, and for being a site of pilgrimage within t [...]


  • John Ayliff

    I find the idea of conflicts between mortals and gods intriguing, so I was immediately hooked by The God Hunter's concept: a company that harvests psychic energy from sites such as churches and sells it as electricity. The gods, when they appear, are properly creepy, made more so by the fact that they are kept off-screen for most of the novel, and that the company itself does not really understand what it is dealing with.The human characters are well-realised, in particular where the novel takes [...]


  • Jason LaPier

    Dark and creepy, and moves along at a brisk pace. Great characters. Pulls no punches.


  • Ryan

    Kind of a laundry files knockoff without the humor or color, leaving only gray bureaucratic despair and crawling soulless nightmares (also there's some supernatural stuff that happens). The writing's acceptable and the premise is very intriguing, but the main character is drab and nothing uplifting happens in the entire book. The secondary characters are in the main well-realized archetypes: I thought Lees really nailed the narcissistic sociopath power climber who plagues the hero. If you're int [...]


  • Jeffrey Grant

    "Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch meets Office Space was, I think, a little optimistic on the part of the copy writer. Chris Copeland is part of a governmental (I think?) organization that is responsible for removing "gods" from the world before they can manifest and cause problems. One of his jobs goes wrong and he gets caught in the middle of of a world-ending catastrophe mixed with office politics.I'm not from the UK so I can't speak to this but megalithic b [...]


  • Gene Bennett

    I wanted to give this book a slightly better rating but I just couldn't. I enjoyed it, I really did but there was somethingI don't knowmething off about it. The first 1/4 or so was not enjoyable to the point where I wanted to stop reading but once I start a book I hate to quit. The rest of the book picked up steam but it felt like just when it hit full speed it was done. The worst thing about the book was that I didn't connect with any of the characters in it. I failed to feel any connection to [...]


  • Dominick

    First off, let me say what a real treat this was to read! With the "urban fantasy" genre flooding the market as the flavor of the moment, it's rare for a book like this to come along and force me to reconsider dipping into that genre now and again!'The God Hunter' feels like the most perfect rollercoaster: the beginning starts out smooth, with a bit of fun, a relaxed feel to the style. Then, it begins to pick up a bit, as more of the bigger picture unfolds, then it heads in the scream-a-rific th [...]


  • Ingrid Seymour

    The God Hunter is an edgy read with an interesting premise on the origin of the gods as well as a way to put them to good use. Chris, the protagonist, is an unlikely hero, a field ops who abandoned a hazardous line of work for the safety of office work. Except the past is out to get him, and he gets blackmailed back into the thick of things, this time, to go after the most difficult assignment of his life.The author did a great job in making the plot seem plausible. The prose was snappy and flow [...]


  • Keith Beasley-Topliffe

    What if our prayers or other strong emotions left a residue of energy in sacred places (maybe even strengthened the sense of the holy in those places)? And suppose it were possible to harvest that energy for conversion to electricity. Someone would start sending out agents to churches, synagogues, etc. as a solution to the energy crisis. That's the job of our hero. But what he doen't know is that the energy has always been harvested by spiritual beings who feed on it--and his job is actually har [...]


  • Rene Dupre

    Interesting premise. The book held my interest and was well paced.


  • Patrick Elsey

    Interesting idea for a novel, but poor execution and characters.


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