Against God by Patrick Senecal

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Love or hate this approach, one can’t help but contemplate its lingering effectiveness within a relatively secular society, and wonder what this says about the collective unconscious.
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Translated from the French, (Contre Dieu), Against God, is the gripping, dark tale of a man searching for answers. What happens in the mind of a man when, all of a sudden, he loses all reason for living? When everything in his life collapses around him and he is left with nothing, wondering why fate has been so scornfully unremitting. What stops one from becoming monstrous when morality is no longer an issue? Those are the questions facing the central character of Against God.
 

About Patrick Senecal

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Patrick Senecal was born in 1967 in Drummondville, Quebec. He began writing in high school and self-published his short fiction while there. In 1994 he published his first novel, 5150 rue des Ormes, and he has since published dozens of novels, thick and dark, many winning prizes and several becoming films. Patrick published his first novella, Contre Dieu, in 2010, and now Contre Dieu has come to the Anglophone masses with a masterful translation.
 
Published January 4, 2012 by Quattro Books. 120 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Horror. Fiction
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Reviewed by KIMBERLY BOURGEOIS on Jun 27 2012

Love or hate this approach, one can’t help but contemplate its lingering effectiveness within a relatively secular society, and wonder what this says about the collective unconscious.

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