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Hey, Einstein!: A novel about nature and nurture Paperback – June 26, 2012
The Secret Healer
In the fourteenth century, opportunities for women are limited. But spirited young Madlen can't resist her gift for healing, even if it puts her life in danger. Learn More
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Top Customer Reviews
There are funny references to Kurt Vonnegut and Joseph Heller Catch-22. The war parody is savage, as one reviewer said. The Rumsfield character, Montjoie, is some kind of mold creature that lives in the White House woodwork and materializes when "humid desperation" it in the room. Then there's the ban on Spanish things, and Congress changes the name of the Spanish fly date rape drug to Liberty Fly. There are many laugh out loud parts easy to miss. My only criticism is the story is script like -like a movie. There is so much clever writing though that the story moves along.
I find myself less desirous of a refund and more in having back the time I wasted reading this in hope of finding something redemptive about it.