It's a blog! Mainly of book reviews.
Organised religion has its good points but these are enormously outweighed by the attendant persecution, death and destruction perpetrated in its name. We'd be better off if we could somehow erase every copy of every "holy book".
Well, it's not exactly an original thought, nor is it very practical but it also wouldn't actually work; people write new ones. It happens all the time.
Aside from that, this is a neat novella trading in part on themes of identity that are by now very familiar to long standing Reynolds fans and also discussing questions of redemption, revenge and forgiveness that pop up here and there across his ouvre. The story premise is perhaps the most interesting part but I won't spoil it; read this 'un for a quick, fun but ultimately naive examination of how to respond to extremist fundamentalist nutters.