The Universal Guide to Human Racing by Jordan Oldbury

The Universal Guide to Human Racing by Jordan Oldbury
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Contemporary
Length: Short Story (131 pages)
Heat Level: Sensual
Rating: 3 Stars
Reviewed by Astilbe

Join Tim Bloom, PR superstar, as he embarks on the campaign of a lifetime. Tim boarded a plane home hoping to ease his conscience and repair his broken heart. Little did he know he would be thrown into a journey around the world and beyond with the fate of humanity in his hands.

When God is challenged for leadership of the world by a would be dictator, he turns to Tim Bloom to manage his election campaign, restore his image, and help push his agenda. God’s opponent is deity turned businessman Louis White, an ambitious challenger who would enslave humanity for his own purposes who runs a campaign of fear, bigotry, and lies.
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Are Tim and God up to the challenge? When a secret enemy lurks in the darkness ready to destroy them all, allegiances will be tested, hearts will be broken, and cups of coffee will be drunk. The Universal Guide to Human Racing is the seminal comedy/fantasy/political/religious/satire/sci-fi novel you didn’t know you wanted to read.

This is one election that no one can miss.

I liked the world building. Exactly the right amount of time was spent describing who God was and how he differed from the average person’s understanding of him. His species was a unique one, and there were plenty of things about how their society worked that stretched my mind in a good way. I enjoyed the process of getting to know this character as he campaigned to remain the deity in charge of Earth.

The pacing was often slow and uneven. As excited as I was by the blurb, I had trouble focusing on the storyline in certain spots because of how much time it took for the plot to develop new twists or for the characters to react to the old ones. It sure would have been helpful to have more stuff happening in general. The blurb was certainly filled with great ideas that were never fully explored.

There was so much humor woven into this story. I was wonderfully surprised by how often it made me chuckle. The author did a good job of using different sorts of jokes, too, from irreverent moments to gentle jabs at all sorts of assumptions a reader might make about what God would or wouldn’t want from humans. These scenes were clearly meant to not only make the audience laugh but to keep the plot moving forward as well. I liked the way Mr. Oldbury made sure they fulfilled both purposes equally.

The Universal Guide to Human Racing should be read by anyone who likes tongue-in-cheek books.


  1. Wow ! The Universal Guide to Human Racing by Jordan Oldbury, is very interesting to learn because I learn a lot of how life existed in earth.On how to live and strive to live.

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