One of the truly fun parts about audiobooks is getting to listen to your own novel read back to you by another person. Karen Savage did another fantastic job with The Godhead Machine. At times, I got so enthralled with her reading (even though I knew what was going to happen!) that I forgot to pay attention to make sure everything was spot on. Which, of course, it was.
When religions spread like computer viruses, even atheists have to take notice.
An old enemy seizes control of the newly expanded Wiki-religion to create a new world order. To stop him, Zel must join forces with a mega-celebrity doing penance and an orphan girl out for revenge. However, mired on a thawing city in Greenland, she cannot just use her considerable powers to bend reality and fix the problem. Instead, she must turn her greatest weakness – understanding people – into a strength or doom the planet to endless religious war.