Making God

Making God

by Stefan Petrucha

Publication Date: 10/05/2015


Stefan Petrucha's self-published novel, Making God is a shocking critique of religion and belief wrapped around a page-turning thriller.

In it, The Great Work, a potent conjunction of genius, schizophrenia and egomania finds its way to the mass culture through a manuscript lost by a brilliant and unlucky recluse. It's found in the trash by an insane street woman, marketed by a megalomaniacal Master of the Universe and soon on its way to becoming the center of a new religious movement.

Earning raves from critics and readers, Making God has appeared in forums ranging from Publisher's Weekly to the syllabus of a college lit class. Rare copies of the original edition remain available through all notable online book outlets.

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Stefan Petrucha
Stefan Petrucha

Stefan Petrucha has written over 20 novels and hundreds of graphic novels for adults, young adults and tweens. His work has sold over a million copies worldwide. He also teaches online classes through the University of Massachusetts. Born in the Bronx, he spent his formative years moving between the big city and the suburbs, both of which made him prefer escapism.

A fan of comic books, science fiction and horror since learning to read, in high school and college he added a love for all sorts of literary work, eventually learning that the very best fiction always brings you back to reality - so, really, there's no way out.

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