The Fire Gospel (Myths, The) Reviews
"The author of The Crimson Petal and the White sends up the publishing industry in this stillborn satire." - Publishers Weekly.
"...feels like hack work, dashed off. Its title notwithstanding, a parade of religious weirdos and some rote digs at the publishing industry do not an inspired text make." - The Independent (UK).
".. The book's conclusion is perhaps less compelling than everything that goes before, but Faber is an author so genuinely daring, so odd, so dark and so funny that you can forgive him, like Malchus, when he gets a little bit carried away." - The Guardian (UK).
"The Fire Gospel can be read easily at a sitting. It's effortless to consume, but with plenty of bite and so enjoyable that the improbabilities of the set-up are easily forgiven." - London Times.
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