‘Simmons steps out of his blood-splattered comfort zone and makes an indelible mark on the sci-fi genre.’ (Robin Pierce Starburst Magazine)

‘Modern, edgy and fascinating.’  (Sion Smith, Skin Deep Tattoo Magazine)

‘A grim satire on contemporary western hedonism and the religious impulse… The author’s previous novels have been in the horror genre, and this shows in his ability to pile on the terror and ratchet up the tension: Plastic Jesus is a stunning read, but not for the faint hearted.’ (Eric Brown, The Guardian)