Stefan Petrucha's self-published novel, Making God is a shocking critique of religion and belief wrapped around a page-turning thriller.
In it, The Great Work, a potent conjunction of genius, schizophrenia and egomania finds its way to the mass culture through a manuscript lost by a brilliant and unlucky recluse. It's found in the trash by an insane street woman, marketed by a megalomaniacal Master of the Universe and soon on its way to becoming the center of a new religious movement.
Earning raves from critics and readers, Making God has appeared in forums ranging from Publisher's Weekly to the syllabus of a college lit class. Rare copies of the original edition remain available through all notable online book outlets.