Overall, this IS a good book, and one that I would reccommend.
Still, a pleasant read if you expect or understand that the book is both a story and is trying to make a point through vague absurdity.
Towing Jehovah was a terrific read, with imaginative twists, humor and thought provoking moments all the way through.
The writing is well done, but within seconds of being introduced to different character's views you can tell which ones Morrow supports, and what perspectives he scorns. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ryan Strait
James Morrow is one of my favorite authors. This book, and the entire Godhead Trilogy, is truly wonderful and would I recommend to anyone.Published 2 months ago by Kitty
This book was recommended to me as a Vonnegut-esque work. While this may be unfair to the author, the book certainly falls short of the mark. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Andrew
Towing Jehovah stands alone as a story that not only stretches and boggles even the most imaginative reader, it sucks you into a world in which you until the very end leaves you... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Corkasaurus
This novel makes you think and laugh and imagine and even defend yourself. Any of his books are highly recommended, especially this one. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Kimberly
A clever story about a dead God and transporting his 2-mile body to an Arctic tomb built by the Archangels. If you think religion is BS, this is the book for you.Published 14 months ago by Lawrence M. Liebman
I bought "Towing Jehovah" after reading one of Mr. Morrow's short stories. if you like satires of corporate machinations,religion, and general pomposity you'll enjoy... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Ellis D Vener
It has its funny moments but this is a rather silly story for the most part. This coming from someone with a strong and justified disdain for our religious brethren.Published 20 months ago by Mike Capps
Towing Jehovah was certainly an entertaining read, but I'm afraid I set my expectations a bit too high to fully enjoy it. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Kay O. Sweaver