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TV Gods: Summer Programming Paperback – May 26, 2017
About the Author
Jeff is a former seminarian, educator and founder of The Catholic Foodie blog and podcast, which has 15,000-plus followers. He was born and raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and now lives in New Orleans. He is a friend of many of the city's famous chefs, and he co-hosts the Around the Table Food Show on Catholic Community Radio 690AM (New Orleans). He is also a conference speaker and has spoken on "growing faith around the table" and "using social media in the New Evangelization." --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
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Top customer reviews
There are some stories that became my favorites off the bat: Hades Acres is one of them. Many of us remember Green Acres; country boy marries uptown city girl and takes her out the country and hilarity ensues. This version has a new take on Hades and Persephone after they have married, before he agrees to let her leave the underworld during the summers. It even has its version of the opening theme right before the story begins. I admit I sang the song. It is a funny take on how Persephone convinced Hades to let her out of the Underworld. Imagine the River Styxx a pretty pink! Some other stories I honestly forget their titles (I apologize). One revolves around an episode of Law and Order the characters could hear and get annoyed with the ‘Doink doink” that we all associate with the show.
It was evident that the authors of each story did their homework and knew personalities that have been associated with the deity they used for their story, right down to the story that involved various creatures and spirits like a Kitsune. Each story was so well done that while they each had their own style and themes, the stories each flowed together in a way that I have not seen in other collections with multiple authors. You will find yourself wanting to read the next story and the next until you realize that you finished the book in one sitting.
Pros: Many different stories, but the all flow together. Interesting take on different deities.
Cons: Slight, small grammatical errors, easily to look pass them.
Bottom Line: BUY THIS BOOK