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Karl & the Prankster God
 
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Alex Ford
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Karl & the Prankster God

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Karl was born unfortunate, unwanted, unloved and ridiculed by every girlfriend he ever had.
A chance encounter with a failed-suicide bomber on the London underground seems to provide the solution to all Karl’s problems, but things don't go according to plan and even the afterlife doesn't prove to be easy for Karl.
Confused, scared and angry, Karl meets God. With a few celes
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Published February 7th 2011 by Alex Ford, via Smashwords
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Tom Parker
Sep 03, 2011 Tom Parker rated it it was amazing
Such a different story. This is definitely not for everyone. So read the blurb before you download. I found this book very interesting with deeper underlying themes than originally appears. As with most $0.99 books it could do with a little proofreading - but then I guess a professional editor costs a lot. The story really picks up around the middle, and I found myself drawn into unique perspectives on God, the Devil, and humanity's plight. On the surface, amusing and enjoyable, the deeper comme ...more
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