A group of young people are searching for meaning in a dark and directionless world. The Course, a religious movement led by a charismatic priest, seems at first to offer everything the friends have been looking for: a community of bright, thoughtful, beautiful people. But as they are drawn deeper into the Course, money, sex and God collide, threatening to rip them apart.
This gripping novel of ideas lays bare a world where the advancement of a movement becomes more important than the lives of its followers.
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Those who believe in God may struggle with the depiction of the Christian characters, who are almost cartoonishly hypocritical, preaching to others about their "lifestyle choices"...but off their faces on merlot half the time...Read Full Review of The Revelations | See more reviews from Guardian