"Even readers who aren’t converted by this odd testimony will still be charmed by Grisetti’s humor and his conviction in telling such a strange, audacious story. An often moving account that’s just as outlandish and funny as the author’s bizarre experience."

"Grisetti's book opens a brutally transparent window into an intimate and mystical spiritual pilgrimage. His clear writing style and his gentle heart need to be shared with a world that is thirsty for such generosity of spirit."

- White Rhino Report,

★★★★★

"Grisetti’s memoir is fantastically original with thought provoking candor and humor...a witty, occasionally absurd, philosophical romp through theology in contemporary times. Grisetti excels at creating a cast of comical secondary characters that leaven the memoir’s greater—and darker—questions about life, death, and the possibility of an afterlife."

- BookLife Prize by Publisher's Weekly 

"Grisetti recounts his bizarre story with a number of controversial elements, a fair bit of humor, and the sort of straight talk rarely seen in religious literature. This well-penned memoir, regardless of your beliefs, is a refreshing contribution to the 'meeting God' genre, and will inspire personal reflections on important aspects of existence that lie far within and outside the realm of religion."

 - SP Review, ★★★★1/2

"God In My Head is a book for believers and non-believers to truly explore what resonates within themselves. While an amusing story on the surface, Grisetti collects his thoughts in an intriguing conversation, which supports and disproves many ideas worthy of reading and connecting with...God In My Head is worth reading to connect your own head and heart."

 - Portland Book Review, ★★★★1/2   

"Grisetti’s God is more reminiscent of the alien in Carl Sagan’s 1985 novel Contact than of anything in contemporary Christian literature. This God was hipper, genderless, and patiently explained what religions have gotten all wrong—and what many of them still get right.

"Grisetti’s God is more reminiscent of the alien in Carl Sagan’s 1985 novel Contact than of anything in contemporary Christian literature. This God was hipper, genderless, and patiently explained what religions have gotten all wrong—and what many of them still get right.

"I don't believe he really saw God. I think he actually had an encounter with Satan himself." 

- Amazon Customer,

"I'm a non-religious person, on the verge of becoming a full atheist, then I read this book. It slipped me back from the edge."

- Amazon Customer, ★★★★★

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ISBN-13: 978-1508502661

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