“About In the image of Man:
A spark of godhood, a mere potential to be a new god, finds a pool of belief where a hitchhiker had died. After millennia floating insensate in the world, this spark became aware of itself in Berkshire, England.
A chance meeting with a vending machine repair man gave this godling a mission – to find believers and survive. Bob, god of vending machine repairs and computers came to a world that didn’t know that it needed him.
Lack of experience led to his first two believers being opposed by established religion and locked in a mental hospital but Bob looks after his own.
Things were looking better until the rogue asteroid came… and Bob had to save the world despite only having four believers.
This is a loving, respectful and rather philosophical satire that has had great reviews.
Targeted Age Group: Adult
Written by: Mark Long
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Mark Long is a British author writing speculative fiction. When not writing, he has a day job, teaches ukulele, is learning Saxophone, is a keen metal detectorist, moonlights and a videographer and audio engineer and is an avid reader, mostly in the SF and fantasy genres.
His style has been compared to Douglas Adams and Neil Gaiman but he doesn’t believe a word of such outrageous flattery.
He sometimes worries about the amount of blood in his caffeine stream.
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