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The Bible For Breakfast

The Bible For Breakfast After being tasked with the creation of the world and everything in it God begins to lose control over his creations Through his chain smoking whiskey fueled journey he must reassert Himself as man

  • Title: The Bible For Breakfast
  • Author: David Hughes
  • ISBN: 9781926879598
  • Page: 226
  • Format: ebook
  • After being tasked with the creation of the world and everything in it, God begins to lose control over his creations Through his chain smoking, whiskey fueled journey, he must reassert Himself as man s creator whilst finding time to deal with his problematic teenage son Even with his faithful but morally downtrodden assistant, Peter, never than a beer bottle top thAfter being tasked with the creation of the world and everything in it, God begins to lose control over his creations Through his chain smoking, whiskey fueled journey, he must reassert Himself as man s creator whilst finding time to deal with his problematic teenage son Even with his faithful but morally downtrodden assistant, Peter, never than a beer bottle top throw from his side, there are bound to be one or two mishaps along the way.

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      Published :2018-06-27T00:53:26+00:00

    1 thought on “The Bible For Breakfast

    1. Turns out that I'm easily thrown out of an short story when I hit a series of typographical errors. Without looking particularly hard I counted 11, which is a lot for a 35 page e-book. The perils of self-publishing, I assume.But if you have eyes that glide right over that sort of thing, these stories make for an mildly amusing read, inserting comical anachronisms into Bible stories, highlighting familiar absurdities, etc. If it's never occurred to you that Judeo-Christian folklore is a bit silly [...]

    2. Short but wonderful readVery nice. A great balance of mockery and storytelling. Just wish that it never ended. 10/10 would recommend to anyone and everyone.

    3. A few quick sketches that are really just extensions of Hughes's Twitter jokes, which was fine. Not proofread at all, which is not fine.

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