Desperately fleeing for his life, Brad Evans escapes Manhattan & hides in a trailer in the country. There he writes an expose of Phasmatia, the world's first great Internet religion, & its megalomaniacal unholy messiah, Sky Fisher. As one of the trio of ad men who schemed to concoct Phasmatia, Evans certainly kws where all the skeletons are buried, & is ready to tell - provided he manages to live long eugh. His close friend & co-conspirator, Stan Shiu, whose technical genius helped spark the religion's rapid rise, is already dead. The whistle-blower recounts the religion's genesis & its growth from a get-rich-quick Dot-Com scheme to the Next Big Thing, spreading like wildfire over the web & the planet. He also exposes the corruption & power lust that festers at the top, even while his hope for a potential new era of spirituality & faith burns brightly. The events in this gripping digital-age vel could easily happen tomorrow. Our wired age of social networks, virtual worlds, & media manipulation is examined in the context of humankind's timeless need for spiritual sustenance & divine hope.