Author G. V. Loewen’s The Godless Good Gets Reviewed by Midwest Book Review
Austin Macauley’s talented author, G. V. Loewen gets his book, The Godless Good, reviewed by Midwest Book Review on their website. The website praised the book stating, “The Godless Good is a compelling, fitting addition to the series and continues to expand the roles and choices of not just Kristen, but her team, continuing the fast pace, blend of action, and psychological insight, and engrossing consideration of the future of goodness and the fluidity of time and choice that are the cornerstones of this series.”
The Godless Good is the third part of the Kristen-Seraphim Saga. The adventurous book covers different topics such as religion, mysticism and time-travel. Kristen, the protagonist of the story is herself God, but the challenging part is that even this is not doing any good to her or her beloved comrades. Get a copy of this very finely written book here.
G. V. Loewen is a social philosopher from Canada. After writing 20 books of different genres such as religion, education, ethics, art and politics, G. V. Loewen wrote his first collection of short-stories.