One Question kept me intrigued right to the end, it’s such an original idea, and I really had no idea what the ending would be, which kept me wanting to come back and continue reading as quickly as possible.
This is GP Ireland’s first novel, and I think he has a bright future, a really great interesting book, well written, and makes you think about the topics it covers with an interesting perspective.
Highly recommended. -Amazon Review
What would you ask the man who knows everything?
If you could ask a man who knew everything one question, what would you ask?
Joe Phillips has an awakening one afternoon.
After collapsing at a local baseball game, he opens his eyes to find he has the collective knowledge, memories, and intellect of everyone who has ever lived, including those alive today.
It’s not long before he becomes a global phenomenon; some people think he’s a con-artist, others believe him to be the Second Coming of Christ.
A series of Question & Answer seminars are organised, with the top minds in the country invited, each allowed to ask one question, and one question only.
Although not everyone is happy with what Joe has to say. Religious leaders of all faiths come together to condemn the man who claims God doesn’t exist, and the Church is not an enemy you want to take lightly.
Everyone wants to meet him, and three profoundly different people, from remarkably contrasting backgrounds, are unaware they all have the same question to ask, one they might not want to hear the answer to…
I really enjoyed this debut book by GP Ireland. I was intrigued by the premise, and I wasn’t disappointed. The book is clearly written and the story is well paced. There are a number of interesting subplots, which resolve satisfactorily. The storyline kept me interested throughout: it is clever, funny, astute, and grounded in believable real-life observations. This is a very promising first novel; I look forward to the next. -Amazon Review