From the reviews:
* "The Nameless God is one of the best fantasy stories I’ve read in a long time ... Everything about The Nameless God, including the characters, the setting, the conflict, and the love scenes, is well-written. ... I am happy to Joyfully Recommend The Nameless God" [Joyfully Reviewed]
* "In the end, the book and its characters fascinate me. The quiet desolation that permeates from start to finish creates an irresistible atmosphere, sucking me into the story’s events and the characters’ lives with frightening ease." [Uniquely Pleasurable]
* "The plot of this story really caught my attention. The idea of an unremarkable and humble man who is thrust by fate into a situation he never wanted nor even imagined is very appealing to me." [Romance Junkies]
* "Fisk reminds me a bit of the old saints of Christian's history, men like S. Francesco or S. Antonio, born in wealth but who chose to be poorer among the poor; the only difference is that Fisk is already poor, but he chooses not to improve his status thanks to the vision's gift." [Elisa Rolle]
But don't take their word for it, buy a copy of The Nameless God today! Or perhaps tomorrow, because I will randomly choose one comment on this post and send you a complimentary copy. (If you would like a copy of the book please add your email address to your comment so I can send it without delay). If you want to double your chances you could also comment at my ERECblog.