I found this book to be a wonderful mixture of truths and humor.
I liked them as readers, and they seemed like good folks, so I went home started reading, and except for some sleep, I haven't been able to put it down since.
Upon finishing this book, the first word to mind was "Fantastic" -- both for its conception and the way Manseau and Sharlet brought it off.
Killing the Buddha: A Heretic's Bible was what i expected. a good read for me. wouldn't be for everybody, perhaps seekers.Published on October 27, 2011 by gr8fuldean
A recent dynamite book I really enjoyed is Peter Manseau's "Songs for the Butcher's Daughter." It was totally engrossing. "A story of love, hate, Jews and typesetting. Read morePublished on March 2, 2009 by Robert
I'm no book critic, but i thought this book was just lovely and enlightened. Strongly Recommended! A good read and no waste of time.Published on April 26, 2006 by Brandy
Wonderful book, especially for spiritual seekers - the updated version of the Book of Job is phenominal. Read morePublished on January 22, 2006 by S. E. Koziol
In this revamp of the Bible, Manseau and Sharlet write psalms from their impressions of their road trip through the USA, and 13 "books" of the Bible are written by American writers... Read morePublished on December 30, 2004 by Sonoran Sunsets
A wicked and wonderful blend of beliefs and doubts, accounts of freaks, saints, sinners, holy men (& ladies!) and con artists. Read morePublished on June 20, 2004 by "nicoleanna"
I found this book to be a wonderful mixture of truths and humor. Congratulations to the authors - their hard work has paid off.Published on February 19, 2004 by Candy Ayres
I saw the authors of this read last night in Portland. I liked them as readers, and they seemed like good folks, so I went home started reading, and except for some sleep, I... Read morePublished on February 13, 2004 by Charlotte Jezebowski
The writers are all preachers here. Preaching the gospel of the truth of the soul. The truth of the eyes and ears and fingers and tongue. The truth of experience. Read morePublished on February 9, 2004