I was very disappointed with this book. As a student studying theology I was excited to have some interesting points being raised but I was let down. His points are taken grossly out of context. While it does raise one or two interesting discussion points mostly he tries to present a overwhelming amount of proof but the majority of it is poorly researched white noise.
Enjoyable, if a bit stilted. J.J. Malone is entertaining, and the other noir characters suit the story.
The cover made me expect a fairly decent sci-fi pulp from the early 80s; it was everything except fairly decent.
"The book is to be commended to all readers because it has originality of theme, vivacity of style, and more than a touch of that mysterious Oriental coloring which acts as a solvent upon our latent incredulity, and makes these stories throb and glow with the vitality of actual life." -- Prof. HARRY THURSTON PECK in the New York American.