An electrifying debut from a provocative new voice in fiction that will remind readers of the best of Vonnegut Ron Currie ’s guts y, funny book is instantly gripping: If God takes human form and dies, what would become of life as we know it? Effortlessly combining outlandish humor with big... read more
“He'd manifested a wound in the meat of his right calf, a jagged, festering gash upon which feed wriggling clumps of maggots. The purpose of the wound was twofold. First, it enabled him to blend in with the residents of the camp, many of whom bore injuries from the slashing machetes of Janjaweed raiding parties. Second, the intense burning ache helped to mitigate the guilt he felt at the lot of refugees, over which he was, due to an implacable polytheistic bureaucracy, completely powerless.”
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