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I'm Sorry: Apologies From God - Book One Kindle Edition

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  • File Size: 121 KB
  • Print Length: 44 pages
  • Publication Date: March 28, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007PSFXI4
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By firebrand on April 12, 2012
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Delightful depiction of the mind behind Our Ever (Not-So) Loving God. If the Bible were this well-written and studded with wit, atheism would not exist. The story is thought-provoking and manages to elicit sympathy for a much-loathed character in unexpected ways. I will never view my catechism in the same way again.

Deserving of a presence in hotel rooms around the world next to Gideon.
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Having just finished The Last Testament a Memoir by God, I was in the mood for another satirical look at religion. I picked up Brian Hoggs' book knowing it was a humors look at the Christian creator. At least I thought it would be humors look.
I found nothing funny about this book. Hogg's God seems to be an angry teen, apologizing only because he has to. I am not even sure why Hogg feels his character has anything to be sorry for. He plays his god off as a victim of circumstance, nothing is truly his fault. The book is not funny and the character is so unlikable there really is no reason to read it.
Maybe I would view the book in a better light had I not read David Javerbaum's first. His is a better book with a more likeable god. Or, maybe I just don't get Hogg's comedy style. All I know, is that I cannot recommend this book.
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A sardonic and highly amusing look into the history of our Creator. Definitely worth a read, and worth showing to all your friends, both the ones you know will enjoy it and the ones you know most definitely will not. Hogg goes a lot further than I expected him to be able to, which is telling, really. In reality the series probably will be unable to capture a thousandth of what God has to apologize for.
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By Samantha Strand on April 24, 2012
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I have never laughed out loud so much while reading! Irreverent, thought provoking and well based in Christian theology. Skip this book if you think the Bible is the divine word of God. Read this book if you've ever thought God sure seemed mean!
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It's an atheist's good chuckle and a religious man's good head-scratcher, this book really is right in line with some of the most irreverent and clever books in my library. Hogg knocks it out of the park.
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