I Am the New God
Only a few in the world know the real truth about what happened more than two decades ago. While religions continue to covet their chosen deities, the gods we once worshipped were destroyed in the fall of 1989. In their place, a troubled teenager named Greg Bryce assumed control—and he's been... show more
Only a few in the world know the real truth about what happened more than two decades ago. While religions continue to covet their chosen deities, the gods we once worshipped were destroyed in the fall of 1989.
In their place, a troubled teenager named Greg Bryce assumed control—and he's been presiding over and judging humanity ever since.
This is the tale of what happened before the world as we knew it came to an end, how Greg was driven by truth and lies, divinity and insanity, punishment and mercy, resurrection and murder, to assume his rightful place as The New God.
Edition language: English
This is quite a disturbing story told through two characters, Greg and the Hierophant. The Hierophant believes that mentally disturbed college kid, Greg, is the new God and must complete 7 tasks to show that he is worthy of being so. Greg starts to receive letters from the Hierophant and gradually b...
I wasn't sure what to expect when I started reading this one but after a few pages, I knew it was going to be good. Cushing has an excellent style of writing that flows so well into a story that I couldn't help but be drawn into. Her cast of characters ranged from disturbing to outright adorable (H...
You have to respect (fear? question?) an author that writes such insane thoughts and ideas and then justifies them.Are you well, Ms. Cushing?5 STARS
The Hierophant, The Hop-frog and a New God.I Am The New God by Nicole Cushing is a very good and strange trip into madness and delusional divinity. Or is it real? I guess that is the question. You will have to read it to find out. This one is written well, in the first person narrative, and moves pr...
This was quite a dark novella and I feel that I can't say too much without giving most of it away, but I will say that it was a disturbing read for me. If you ever think that you are going insane, I would say that using this read as a comparison would make you feel pretty good about yourself (hopef...