Shelfari edited the description of Holy Shmit! Tuesday, May 29, 2012.
Holy Shmit! is a funny, irreverent, and surprisingly sweet story infused with a heavy dose of technology and celebrities. The plot is so inventive and out-of-the-box different, it is sure to please millions of readers and offend millions more! This is one story that will be applauded and condemned at the same time - and only you can decide which side you're on. We all take for granted that the world we wake up to each day will pretty much go on as scheduled. The sun will rise, the traffic will be heavy, your boss will continue to be a jerk, and your home won't be the center for the most dangerous demonic possession ever to occur in the Universe. Until now. Everything as we know it does hang in the balance because God, the Universe's Master Programmer, has finally been compromised by Satan. The Vatican knows of only one man who is possibly up-to-snuff for this job: a priest from Columbus, Ohio afflicted with Tourette's Syndrome named Father Shmit. And Father Shmit knows of only one other man who can help him in his quest: a nerdy computer geek by the name Fire Fox. Holy Shmit! is a fictional romp that scrutinizes the state of religion, believers, and even atheists while advocating in the strongest spiritual sense that God is real and working overtime to keep the Universe from collapsing into itself like a cheap snack table. Holy Shmit! is also a multimedia read. There is a companion website with additional audio, video, and graphics which can be accessed using the given password disclosed in the book. These materials are part of the main story and provide backstories and supporting "evidence" which tend to blur the lines of reality and fiction quite a bit. This is more than a fun read: it's an experience! Once you have the password you can explore the evidence separately at the website (www.holyshmit.com) or use the hyperlinks built into the book to read, view, or hear the additional graphic, audio, and video content written by the author and provided by a cast of actors and artists. Holy Shmit! is the sixth book by author, Corey Deitz.