The Mortal Religion by Marc Horn

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Best Rabid Reader's Reads of 2013 (Award-winning review blog)

From the bestselling author of PERSONA (35,000 copies sold)

Chalk Cutter was spitefully nicknamed Moonface as a child, and lives a life of torment and isolation because of his unusual appearance.
When young, popular and beautiful Elizabeth openly ridicules him, Chalk has had enough, and he realises that only a revolution could induce change.
He kidnaps Elizabeth, intending to re-educate her - and ultimately mankind - in an attempt to lead a narcissistic society to treat all people as equal.
But Chalk hadn't anticipated his own emotional backlash to the brutal brainwashing process...
As he and Elizabeth begin to think alike, discussing ways to combat society's evils, he is forced to face increasing self-doubt and sexual urges that could jeopardise his vision.
His self-control diminishing, and after some reckless actions, his elaborate plan seems little more than a pipe-dream, until an old nemesis infiltrates Chalk and Elizabeth's world.
This fateful encounter is the catalyst for the creation of The Mortal Religion, the shocking revolution Chalk is certain will breed universal contentment...

E-thriller headlining Thriller of the Month April 2013Featured on 42 Books to Read for Towel Day (from award-winning review blog Rabid Readers Reviews)˃˃˃ A dark, disturbing and thought-provoking psychological thriller that explores the effects of social exclusion, THE MORTAL RELIGION takes you deep inside the soul of self-discovery, desperation, and obsession. Unique and perceptive, it will grab you from the first page and not let you go until the last.

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About Marc Horn

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Marc Horn is the author of three novels, short stories and a science-fiction series.Persona, The Mortal Religion and Cuffed are psychological thrillers that set out to be thought-provoking and different.The Mortal Religion, a novel about the effects of social exclusion, is a hard-hitting statement that some will find disturbing.Marc Horn is a former soldier who loves writing and fitness. Constantly thinking of new ideas, his writing aims to be easy to follow, imaginative and original.
 
Published January 5, 2014 by Marc Horn. 232 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Crime. Fiction

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