The Universe Builders: Bernie and the Putty by Steve LeBel

About the Book:

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We have all heard of the fabled perfect being, the Greek God.

Well, how about a geek god? Named Bernie, yet.

Fresh with his diploma from God School, determined but unsure, bright but without confidence, Bernie faces the challenge of building his own universe. If only it were that easy…

An old school rival will do whatever it takes to ensure Bernie’s failure, even if it means destroying his world.

It’s god vs. god, guile vs. goodness, where only one of them plays by the rules. Bernie must find a way to outwit his evil foe. If he fails, it will cost him everything.

A fascinating tale of good vs. evil and a young hero on a journey of self-discovery in an original, humorous, fantastic wrapper.

 

My Thoughts:

This is an entertaining story of a young god charged with the task of creating a universe from scratch to impress his employers. The story highlights the problems faced and the effort that goes into the creation of a universe including the dynamics and physics to be considered. The story is told in a simple and humorous way at the end of which the reader cannot help but love the characters. The story is well thought out and the ending is just the icing on top of a brilliant cake! Perfect!

A wonderful work of fiction and fantasy, this is a feel good story that everyone will enjoy. The most interesting thing about the way this story is written is that it will give the reader a clear indication of where it is going though it has it’s share of twists and turns. I would definitely re-read this book at some later point in time just for the experience of being around the characters in this fictitious world.

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