The Left Hand of God



Writers Like Hoffman Are Too Rare This Wonderful Book Gripped Me From The First Chapter And Dropped Me Days Later, Dazed And Grinning To Myself Conn Iggulden, New York Times Bestselling Author Of The Dangerous Book For Boys Raised From Early Childhood In The Redeemer Sanctuary, The Stronghold Of A Secretive Sect Of Warrior Monks, Thomas Cale Has Known Only Deprivation, Punishment, And Grueling Training When He Escsapes To The Outside World, Cale Learns That His Embittered Heart Is Still Capable Of Loving And Breaking But The Redeemers Won T Accept The Defection Of Their Prized Pupil Without A FightThe Left Hand of God

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  • Paperback
  • 372 pages
  • The Left Hand of God
  • Paul Hoffman
  • English
  • 27 September 2017
  • 0451231880

10 thoughts on “The Left Hand of God

  1. says:

    Tis the season and this book sorta grinched my jolly with some flaws, faults and literary faux pas that marred what could have been a terrific tale However, before I hand the keyboard over to Captain Critical for the inevitable feeling bruising remarks to come, let me start off chummy and Kris Kringley by stating that the novel s literate prose and compelling main character were of sufficient quality to raise this to the 3rd floor of the Rating Star Building That is the I like it floorTis the season and this book sorta grinche...

  2. says:

    The premise sounds great, but that s all Don t get cheated This book is poorly written, the characters and their feelings are flat and unbelievable and their decisions often unreasonable It lacked suspense, I was just bored and didn t care about the characters Yeah, true, it had its bright moments, yet it wasn t enough to keep me interested.I don t know, where and when the story happens Normally I woudn t mind it, but there occurred some cities and countries which exist Was it just a coinc The premise sounds great, but that s all Don t get cheated This book is poorly written, the characters and their feelings are flat and unbelievable and their decis...

  3. says:

    The Left Hand of God starts out very dreary and grim It was hard going reading such a dark story, but I found Cale s character compelling enough to keep reading Reading books in which most of the religious people are the bad guys is difficult for me Especially when the religion is either Christianity or a thinly veiled, ugly version of what people assume Christianity is It seems as though Christianity is the religion that gets the most criticism in fiction, and this book is no different Of The Left Hand of God starts out very dreary and grim It was hard going reading such a dark story, but I found Cale s character compelling enough to keep reading Reading books in which most of the religious people are the bad guys is difficult for me Especially when the religion is either Christianity or a thinly veiled, ugly version of what people assume Christianity is It seems as though Christianity is the religion that gets the most criticism in fiction, and this book is no different Of course, some tenets are s...

  4. says:

    First of all. spoiler view spoiler This story follows cale and his friends as they escape from the sanctuary of the redeeemers The religion of the redeemers is that they believe in god and the hanged redeemer who was sent to earth by god to correct the sins of man and help them go towards the one true faith but he was hanged and killed a thousand years before this story So there are holy men who follow the religion and see it upon themselves to have gods will everywhere they are a very pow First of all. spoiler view spoiler This story follows cale and his friends as they escape from the sanctuary of the redeeemers The religion of the redeemers is that they believe in god and the hanged redeemer who was sent to earth by god to correct the sins of man and help them go towards the one t...

  5. says:

    Listen The Sanctuary of the Redeemers on Shotover Scarp is named after a damned lie for there is no redemption that goes on there and less sanctuary The only reason this didn t get 5 stars is because I m saving it for the rest of the series Gotta admit that this came as a surprise I was most positive that I would not like this I ve been holding back So, when I picked it up immediately lost myself in it, I couldn t help feeling stupid for not having read this earlier.This is e Listen The Sanctuary of the Redeemers on Shotover Scarp is named after a damned lie for there is no redemption that goes on there and less s...

  6. says:

    3.5 starsEnjoyed this book, would have been a better rating, but the whole thing felt very impersonal and detached.

  7. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here In the hellish Sanctuary of the Redeemer, young boys are trained from the age of five to be unthinking soldiers Cale, the most promising, is singled out for punishment for the most trivial offenses One day, Cale stops a Redeemer from dissecting a girl and he and his two friends Vague Henri and Kleist, escape the Sanctuary and go on the lam Can they stop the Redeemers from conquering the world First of all, I m pissed that there s no indication on the cover that this is the first book in a tri In the hellish Sanctuary of the Redeemer, young boys are trained from the age of five to be unthinking soldiers Cale, the most promising, is singled out for punishment for the most trivial offenses One day, Cale stops a Redeemer from dissecting a girl and he and his two friends Vague Henri and Kleist, escape the Sanctuary and go on the lam Can they stop the Redeemers from conquering the world First of all, I m pissed that there s no indication on the cover that this is the ...

  8. says:

    This book had a ton of flaws, but despite that I still really enjoyed reading it Paul Hoffman has an incredibly weird writing style It was all over the place Sometimes told by an omnipotent narrator and at other times by cycling through a bunch of third person perspectives The changes happened often and with no warning Sometimes the transition between styles, or even just character viewpoints, was smooth and other times it was quite jarring Even the passages of description were of varying This book had a ton of flaws, but despite that I still really enjoyed reading it Paul Hoffman has an incredibly weird writing style It was all over the place Sometimes told by an omnipotent narrator and at other times by cycling through a bunch of third person perspectives The changes happened often and with no warning Sometimes the transition between styles, or even just character viewpoints, was smooth and other times it was quite jarring Even the passages of description were of varying quality Some seemed almost poetic while others were rough and crude It was quite bizarre The contrasts continued when it came to the...

  9. says:

    The Sanctuary of the Redeemers is a vast and desolate place without joy or hope Most of its occupants were taken there as boys and for years have endured the brutal regime of the Lord Redeemers whose cruelty and violence have one singular purpose to serve in the name of the One True Faith.In one of the Sanctuary s vast and twisting maze of corridors stands a boy He is perhaps fourteen or fifteen years old he is not sure and neither is anyone else He has long forgotten his real name, but The Sanctuary of the Redeemers is a vast and desolate place without joy or hope Most of its occupants were taken there as boys and for years have endured the brutal regime of the Lord Redeemers whose cruelty and violence have one singular purpose to serve in the name of the One True Faith.In one of the Sanctuary s vast and twisting maze of corridors stands a boy He is perhaps fourteen or fifteen years old he is not sure and neither is anyone else He has long forgotten his...

  10. says:

    I wasn t sure if this book was a joke I m still not Hoffman s early publications are both non fiction, and his first fiction work is filled with enough clich , anachronisms and just general bad writing to make me wonder if I missed the punch line.The first hurdle is the Point of View Hoffman chooses an omniscient narrator to tell our story Listen He tells us as he launches into prose which can t decide between attempted poetry, lower class plain speak or comradely story sharing The narrat I wasn t sure if this book was a joke I m still not Hoffman s early publications are both non fiction, and his first fiction work is filled with enough clich , anachronisms and just general bad writing to make me wonder if I missed the punch line.The first hurdle is the Point of View Hoffman chooses an omniscient narrator to tell our story Listen He tells us as he launches into prose which can t decide between attempted poetry, lower class plain speak or comradely story sharing The narration often leaves us too far away from the main characters, whose actions are often seen from a distance, almost told in summary There is the occasion zoom in...

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