The Kafir Project by Lee Burvine

I just finished a book that I was privileged to be able to read for free called The Kafir Project by Lee Burvine. It deals with one of the most important subjects in the world today, that being religion and it does so with intelligence and rationality, in a science fiction framework. The book will be available in July on Amazon in paperback and I urge you to check it out. It was engaging from the very first page, never boring and you’ll probably lose sleep because you won’t be able to put it down.

I highly recommend it…


Filed under Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Mormonism

9 responses to “The Kafir Project by Lee Burvine

  1. Andy

    Also read it. Couldn’t stop till finished. Would make an excellent movie. I loved it.

  2. There was a delay in publishing. The book is (finally) comping out in August. Thanks for the support and encouragement.


  3. If you enjoyed “The Kafir Project” – you’ll love #skaNOVEL – “SKA@Carnarvon – War in the Bible Belt”

  4. Just to close the loop here. The Kafir Project is available on Amazon now, and garnering some very nice reviews there. In fact, it just cracked the top 100 list for techno-thrillers at

    I wish to express my deep gratitude once again to The Atheist for offering an early review at a time when virtually no one else would give the book, or me, a chance.

    Warmest regards,
    Lee Burvine

  5. Reblogged this on The Atheist and commented:

    It’s very easy to give credit where credit is due and all the credit here goes to the author, who was nice enough to let me read an advance copy of the novel. It was entertaining, suspenseful, intelligent and easy to read as well, all made more surprising when you find out it’s the author’s first novel. It was a privilege to read and I can’t wait for the next one.

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