1. “Excellent Special FX throughout”
2. “The best fantasy epic since Lord of the Rings”
3. “There aren’t enough good fights and I think harry potter is better at magic than Jerus.”
4. “Three stars, because the paper was too thin”
5. “One of the most disjointed novels I’ve read in a long while”
6. “Almost preachy in tone”
7. “Good ending”
8. “The Lord hath no scorn like the scorn reserved for one-star reviewers”
9. “Who wrote this thing, Michael Moore?”
10. “Definitely not his best work”
Another one I found while browsing through:
There is little plot to this book, save for in the second half, much of which revolves around God's son, Jesus, an interesting fellow. Definitely, the story has finally hit a stride, so the New Testament reads like a novella. Everywhere this Jesus guy goes, he travels with his posse of "Apostles," who aren't your standard yes men. Although they all sing his praises when the going's good, one gives a great "I don't know about no Jesus" performance (Peter) worthy of a scruffy rat like Steve Buscemi. Another (Judas) sells out Jesus for a bunch of dead presidents, like Sean Penn did in "Carlito's Way." Unfortunately, Jesus gets rubbed out by an Italian gang, "The Romans," who torture him and nail him to a cross in revenge for representing on their turf. Lots of high drama here.
"Revelations" was pretty weird, sort of like watching "Fantasia" while doing mushrooms, only a lot scarier.
Altogether, an excellent read.