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Two-Fisted Jesus Tales, Book 1: The Book of the Job (Volume 1) Paperback – March 15, 2017
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About the Author
James Beach is a writer, photographer and recovering musician. He was born and raised in New Jersey, and was once told he was a bad Photoshop superimposition on the East Coast. He successfully escaped and is now exploring his emerging super powers.For more declassified information, visit jimbeach.net
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Maybe it was just a bad time I forsure did not click with the writer at all .
I guess it will be there after I read all my collection again just before the labels on my canned goods
You know how you sometimes see those commercials which say "If you liked this... you'll LOVE this...?" Well if you liked the Colbert Report, then you'll love Two Fisted Jesus Tales.
The book is a satirical look at what would happen if Jesus came back as a Republican to save the world - guns, girls and all. Like Colbert in I Am America (And So Can You!) James Beach writes seriously and leaves it up to the reader to look between the lines and see the joke within. And there are jokes, for the right sort of person. Many of them. Point of fact, I found this book hilarious, though I'm not sure hard core conservatives would find the same:
“You can’t exist! You’re a myth!” she said.
Jesus stepped aside and kicked the feminist between the legs. She fell to the floor like a sack of pork and beans. “I never myth,” said Jesus.
If you're the right sort of person, read this book. If you don't appreciate satire, maybe give it a miss :)