Jesus Burned by Jim DeFilippi
Reviewed by Alex Canton-Dutari
I am a fan of this author, who has demonstrated his capacity to describe the whole gamut of human feelings in his previous books. Jesus Burned is full of metaphors and social finger pointing, which made this a great reading experience.
For example, raveling through the body metamorphosing into a soul is but a speck of an important message about life and its inequalities.
I found it very interesting how the deceased told their stories while being almost nonjudgmental in a time when being closeted was the norm. The main characters represented society's struggle between ego and super ego.