I Am the New God

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I Am the New God

I Am the New God Only a few in the world know the real truth about what happened than two decades ago While religions continue to covet their chosen deities the gods we once worshipped were destroyed in the fall of

  • Title: I Am the New God
  • Author: Nicole Cushing
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 387
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Only a few in the world know the real truth about what happened 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 happenedOnly a few in the world know the real truth about what happened 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 Audacious, original and gleefully offensive, a broadside against the entire notion of divinity, with an ending you ll never see coming Nicole Cushing is somebody to watch Jack Ketchum

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    1. Dan Schwent on said:

      When Gregory Bryce starts receiving letters in the mail proclaiming that he will soon be a god, he has very little trouble believing themI got this from the fine folks at DarkFuse via Netgalley.So what happens when one religious fanatic starts sending an unhinged college boy letters? Nothing good, that's what! I am the New God is a disturbing tale of delusion, mutilation, and murder. Gregory Bryce goes off his meds and goes on a one way ride to crazy town, with the mysterious hierophant at the w [...]

    2. Jenna on said:

      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 (hopefully).I don't normally read books about psychotics and I just remembered why. This book has left an icky taste in my mouth that I hope to wash off as the day goes along.With my personal tastes put asid [...]

    3. Paul Nelson on said:

      I Am The New God is my first read by Nicole Cushing and I have to say I quite enjoyed it, found it a little bit different than anything I've read before and the story is a great idea told really well.Gregory Bryce has mental health issues, which is an important point, he’s now on medication and starting a new life at college away from the comfort zone provided by his parents. Everything’s going swimmingly until he receives the first letter from the hierophant, a religious man who is convince [...]

    4. Kimberly on said:

      I was so floored with Nicole Cushing's first Dark Fuse novella, CHILDREN OF NO ONE, that perhaps I was just expecting too much out of her latest, I AM THE NEW GOD.The story itself was well written, with some comic relief (especially in the beginning), that I really enjoyed. There was plenty of action in the mid to later parts of the novella.I think it was a little difficult to see where this one was going as far as the mentality of the main character was concerned. Due to that issue, I was never [...]

    5. Matthew on said:

      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 (Hop Frog!) and are very memorable. It's been a week since I read this book and I'm still thinking about it daily and liking it more and more, especially with how real it feels. Highly recommended!

    6. Frank Errington on said:

      Review copyDarkfuse Publishers continues to put out some of the best dark fiction available for today's market and they've done so once again with this novella from Nicole Cushing.I Am the New God tells the strange story of two, young, disturbed individuals who become inexplicably linked, with one as a heirophant and the other, the object of his instruction and adoration.OK, allow me to save you the trouble of having to look up the word heirophant. It is an interpreter of ancient mysteries and a [...]

    7. Pamellia on said:

      Started reading 3.13.14I am the New God is a new novella from Dark Fuse. Nicole Cushing is the author.At the beginning and throughout the book I enjoyed the introduction back and forth correspondence between the hierophant and Gregory Bryce. These letters were comical. The author held my interest as I was wondering what the heck was going on. I began to think the whole book was a study of severe mental illness. Just how long would a sick mind justify grotesque actions carried out in the name of [...]

    8. Gef on said:

      College can be trying enough, but it's exponentially harder when your roommate is a psychopath. During my second year of college, I wound up sharing an apartment with a couple fellas who each turned out to be a couple fries short of a Happy Meal. Their eccentricities--a diplomatic word if ever their was one--escalated over the months to the point that I had to move out for my own safety and warn the landlord she might not be safe either. Fun stuff.As insane as those two were, they pale compared [...]

    9. Kate on said:

      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 begins to believe that he may indeed be a God. As his belief grows, his mental stability decreases and he soon resorts to horrific violence to 'convert' his roommate into the new religion, once set on [...]

    10. Mike on said:

      This was my second book by Nicole I have read and enjoyed. Both by DarkFuse, the first being Children Of No One. Like the first, I Am the New God was well written and had a good flow to the story. This book is going to be hard to review without giving to much away. The story is centered around two characters, The Hierophant and Gregory Bryce. It starts out with The Hierophant finding the right person to become the New God. Then he starts writing letters to him to show him the steps he needs to t [...]

    11. Ramón on said:

      I'd only read Nicole Cushing's story in “The Grimscribe's Puppets” before jumping into to this. And I liked it. It has some very interesting ideas with dashes of pessimist philosophy, some quite disturbing passages, and one great conclusion. I felt the story fumbled a couple times, but as is the usual case in weird fiction, the plot itself is somewhat of a skeleton to support the ideas and themes, and not the 'main attraction' so to speak. Thus, this title still achieves its purpose at provi [...]

    12. Ken on said:

      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

    13. Nick Cato on said:

      Wickedly smart and terrifying. Religious-themed horror just doesn't get better than this.

    14. Dianne on said:

      Twisted, dark and very disturbing, I Am the New God by Nicole Cushing pushes the reader’s comfort zone as a delusional religious fanatic, who has “spoken with the saints,” becomes the one to prepare the new god to take over from the current God, Yep, THAT God. Gregory is an unbalanced college student on medications, which he discontinues as he begins to believe the letters of a stranger, begins to believe that he is the new god, able to change the world that will learn to fear and adore hi [...]

    15. Majanka on said:

      Book Review originally published here: iheartreading/reviews/I Am the New God is an intriguing story about a troubled teenager named Greg Bryce, who believes, after some mysterious letters, that he is a new god. Greg Bryce was already pretty troubled before the letters started, but they push him over the edge. He’s more than willing to believe this new reality, and to interpret everything that happens in light of this. He mutilates his roommate, claiming the boy needs new eyes, to see Greg as [...]

    16. Jeremy Maddux on said:

      This book will make you a believer. Read it or Nicole will chase you down, pluck out your eyes and keep you tied up in a closet dosed on Stelazine between bursts of awkward laughter!Greg is an unstable guy receiving very real letters from an individual dubbed The Hierophant. These documents are grandiose transmissions of what Greg must do in order to topple the regime of the old God and become the new one. Along the way, he takes his Japanese roommate captive, creates a new form of life sans con [...]

    17. Kim (Wistfulskimmies Book Reviews) on said:

      This is the story of Greg Bryce. A disgraced priest has been writing to him, believing him to be a new God. At first Greg dismisses the idea and ignores him, but as he continues to write, Greg begins to come around to the idea. This sends his life into a catastrophic spiral that he has no control over, and no way back from.I enjoyed this so much. It was a very different, quirky idea that read really easily. Greg's back story was interesting, and I liked the way we were given little snippets alon [...]

    18. Bill on said:

      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 pretty quickly. I thought I had this one figured out by the 25% point and by 75% I was convinced. I was wrong, but pleasantly surprised so.A religious fanatic, shooed out of church ministry, must find a [...]

    19. James on said:

      A religious fanatic called the hierophant searches for a new god and comes across Gregory Bryce, a college student with a history of mental problems. From the letters the hierophant sends, Gregory promptly embraces his destiny as the new god and stops taking his medications. This is a novella about Bryce's journey into his delusion. Fast-moving and engaging, but also creepy, violent, and gory. I received this book from Dark Fuse via Netgalley.

    20. Tom on said:

      It's hard to judge this book. The plot is original and engaging but disturbing, just the way I like it. The writing execution could have been better, but this book won't be leaving my head anytime soon.

    21. Jo Ann on said:

      Not quite my brand of horror (gore is not really my thing), but it is well written. I know I'll be giving Ms. Cushing another visit in the future.

    22. Sheldon on said:

      Gregory Bryce is a typical college student in the 1980s, dealing with school, his roommate, and his impending apotheosis. Wait, what? That's right. Gregory has been receiving correspondence from someone known as the Hierophant claiming knowledge that Gregory's destiny is to become the new God, rising up to usurp the old and weakened Christian God and take control of creation. You know: Typical college hijinks.In Nicole Cushing's I Am the New God this is exactly what we get. Slowly, things are re [...]

    23. Andrew on said:

      This is a DarkFuse novella by Nicole Cushing, who found acclaim with her previous book, Children of No One. I haven’t read it yet, but do have it on my shelf. I Am The New God is about a college student, Greg Bryce, who out of the blue begins to receive letters from a person known as the hierophant. These letters state that Greg is the titular new god and that he will replace the current Christian God. After receiving a few of these letters, as a distraction from an uncomfortable college life, [...]

    24. Anthony Hains on said:

      I have no clue if I am correct on this assumption, but I think that Nicole Cushing has managed to push the boundaries of the horror genre a bit with her new novel I Am the New God. My feeling is that the same could be true with her debut work, Children of No One, an unsettling tale of child abuse and exploitation. I Am the New God is equally as unsettling but more distorted or dysfunctional, if that is possible.In the early weeks of his freshman year in college, Greg Bryce is contacted by a secr [...]

    25. Mika Lietzén on said:

      A divinely (or diabolically) gleeful novella, I Am the New God follows a young man named Greg as he receives a letter telling him he's going to be the new God. Sent by "a hierophant", the correspondence culminates in a list of tasks Greg needs to follow on his path to godhood. It's all a bit of a lark until the reader realizes Greg was a bit unhinged to begin with. Soon he's all aboard with the idea of becoming the new God; he sets off on a search for the hierophant, making converts along the w [...]

    26. Frank Errington on said:

      Review copyDarkfuse Publishers continues to put out some of the best dark fiction available for today's market and they've done so once again with this novella from Nicole Cushing.I Am the New God tells the strange story of two, young, disturbed individuals who become inexplicably linked, with one as a heirophant and the other, the object of his instruction and adoration.OK, allow me to save you the trouble of having to look up the word heirophant. It is an interpreter of ancient mysteries and a [...]

    27. Donald on said:

      This book is just balls-to-the-wall crazy. The blurb indicates that we're going to read the story of how Greg Bryce took the place of the gods and, while that's exactly what happens at the most basic level, you have no idea the insane ride you're in for.Greg Bryce is insane. There's really no way around that. A troubled teen, he beings receiving letters telling him that he is destined to become a new god. He ignores them at first, but, after a whole, begins corresponding with the person behind t [...]

    28. Robert Mingee on said:

      Wow what a weird book - and I mean that in a good way. This was very original and creative, and I really found myself drawn into the story. Throughout the book it really wasn't clear what "reality" was, vs. what was happening only in the mind of the main character, who is a deeply disturbed individual, and we definitely get inside his head and go along for the ride. He is pushed over the edge by another individual who is equally disturbed, and the combination is pretty explosive. The book has a [...]

    29. Troy on said:

      I really enjoyed this novella. I like any story that is original and keeps me thinking. The story started off with me thinking it was headed in one direction and had me fooled several times into thinking it was heading in several different directions. Great ending as well. To say anything specific about the plot would lessen the experience for any new readers.I need to read her other DarkFuse novella Children of No One.

    30. Oskar on said:

      This is one of the best novellas that I've read this year by far.Maybe the best.Here we have an awful,ugly story that reflects the darkest and the worse of the human nature.It's not pleasant,it's disturbing anddifficult to digest and it's fantastically well written by the author.This is her second novella,I'm very impressed.Highly recommended book,seriously!! Fantastic job, Nicole Cushing and DarkFuse!

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