What are the best fiction books that feature atheism?

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    #1Death Masks (The Dresden Files)

    Death Masks (The Dresden Files)

    Death Masks is an urban fantasy fiction written by Jim Butcher. It is the fifth book in The Dresden Files series and first published in 2003 by Roc. 


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    Patrick Stewart
    Written on May 1, 2018
    "I can't tell from the description or the listing if this book features atheism. Although the book may fit the category it is unclear so it is difficult to judge. If I purchased this I do not know that I would be satisfied."
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    Candide is a satirical novel by Voltaire. It provides social criticism by telling the story of Candide, who delivers a blow against optimism in the face of life's hardships as he struggles to reunite with the love of his life.

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    Tyler Cooper
    Written on May 8, 2018
    "A great translation of a true classic! You might be able to find it cheaper somewhere else, but it's well worth the money. Candide is a brilliant satire by Voltaire, a French philosopher who was constantly in hot water for challenging the norms of the day. Whether it is romance, religion or government, Candide skewers the institutions that society holds most dear. A brilliant work of art. "
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    #3Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff

    Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff

    Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff, Christ's Childhood Friend is a 2002 novel by Christopher Moore. It tells the story of Levi bar Alpheus, also called Biff, as he recounts the events of the gospel from his point of view.


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    Linda Carpenter
    Written on May 8, 2018
    "The lamb was nothing what i expected. A very cute story about god's best friend Biff who talks about his relationship. It was very entertaining and told the story of things in the bible in way that was funny and serious together. I could not believe how much i enjoyed it."
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    #4Moon Called (Mercy Thompson)

    Moon Called (Mercy Thompson)
    Raised embracing her shapeshifter nature, Mercy Thompson had always lived with her fellow werewolves family. Everything changed when she got kicked out the community due to a forbidden love affair, so she started running a mechanic shop. One day, she meets a teenage werewolf, something that will get her in many troubles with the family that abandoned her. 

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    Brittany Vargas
    Written on May 3, 2018
    "I love werewolf movies so I finally decided to give a book a try. This book had an interesting plot and storyline. I really enjoyed it."
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    #5The Da Vinci Code (Robert Langdon)

    The Da Vinci Code (Robert Langdon)

    The Da Vinci Code is a novel about Robert Langdon's journey in finding the Louvre. He will face many challenges that includes decoding cryptic messages that involves Leonardo Da Vinci's paintings. 


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    Alexander Spencer
    Written on May 2, 2018
    "this is a good book that those it is aimed at will really enjoy this so buy it"
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    #6Pomegranate Juice

    Pomegranate Juice

    Pomegranate Juice: Sacrilegious Tales of Dark Abrahamic Horror is a humorous horror novel written by Magnus Wilton. It is first published online in February 2018. 


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    Humberto Madrigal
    Written on May 10, 2018
    "While the theme of atheism isnt huge it does exist, and this is a very funny book to read. I would give it a shot if you like humor, horror and a bit of atheism in your content."
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    #7Snow Crash

    Snow Crash

    Snow Crash by Neal Stephenson is a cyberpunk, science fiction novel originally published in 1992. This book was nominated for British Science Fiction Award in 1993 and the Arthur C. Clarke Award in 1994.


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    Doris Vasquez
    Written on May 7, 2018
    "Really, really good book. It doesn't focus much on atheism, in my opinion. It mentions it and religion is discussed but there are more atheist-centric books out there. That said, if you enjoyed Ready Player One, you'll love this."
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    #8Inherit the Wind

    Inherit the Wind
    This books is a play on the Scopes Monkey Trial, a famous 1925 trial where a regular Tennessee teacher broke the law by teaching the evolution theory, a case that put the whole freedom system in America at stake. 

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    Jordan Silva
    Written on May 7, 2018
    "Inherit the Wind is based on a famous trial where an American teacher violated the law by teaching evolution. I read this in 2016, and was pleasantly surprised at how interesting it was. If you love courtroom cases, this book is highly recommended."
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    #9The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

    The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
    The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time is a 2003 mystery novel by Mark Haddon which tells the story of Christopher John Francis Boone, a 15-year-old boy with autism trying to figure out who killed the neighbor's dog.

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    Kevin Ford
    Written on April 27, 2018
    "This was a fun little book, it touches on some topics people might not like to talk about such as religion as well as atheism but outside of that I found it quite good. It's a mystery book that is really well written with a lot to offer both young reads and people who have read a lot. If you're looking to kill some time and like mystery books give it a shot."
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    #10The Golden Compass (His Dark Materials)

    The Golden Compass (His Dark Materials)
    The Golden Compass is the first book in Philip Pullman's trilogy His Dark Materials, and mainly centers on Lyra and her adventures to find her missing friend Roger and her captured uncle, Asriel.

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    Kimberly Johnson
    Written on April 28, 2018
    " The Golden Compass (His Dark Materials) featured some atheism. In all, it was not my kind of book and I lost interest after the first 6 chapters. I cant tell you anymore about it, because I stopped reading it. "
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    #11Things Fall Apart (The African Trilogy)

    Things Fall Apart (The African Trilogy)

    Things Fall Apart is a book by the acclaimed Nigerian author, Chinua Achebe. It tells the story of the conflict between the colonial British government and a Nigerian ethnic group, the Ibo people. It is the first book in the African trilogy.


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    Scott Williams
    Written on May 5, 2018
    "Mind you, the book is pretty solid and something I'd recommend highly if the topic or plot intrigues you. However, as a book about atheism? Not at all. That's not exactly what it's here for."


Best What are the best fiction books that feature atheism
1Death Masks (The Dresden Files)Books 39 Paid
2CandideBooks 34 Paid
3Lamb: The Gospel According to BiffBooks 33 Paid
4Moon Called (Mercy Thompson)Books 32 Paid
5The Da Vinci Code (Robert Langdon)Books 29 Paid
6Pomegranate JuiceBooks 26 Paid
7Snow CrashBooks 25 Paid
8Inherit the WindBooks 23 Paid
9The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-TimeBooks 21 Paid
10The Golden Compass (His Dark Materials)Books 20 Paid

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