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Rhubarb Culture

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Rhuella Barbara Smith, a.k.a. Rhubarb, has created a lucrative New Age Suicide Cult based on her channeling sessions with a six-hundred-year-old spirit from Hell. A deranged businessman kidnaps her to channel the most brilliant financial minds in history, forcing Rhubarb to confront the truth about her powers.
Paperback, 204 pages
Published August 1999 by Authorlink
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My CurledUp review: One should always be wary of titles that tell you what you should expect to get out of a novel. In the case of Rhubarb Culture: A Humorous Novel, the expectation of humor, as most readers would interpret it, as comical, is misleading. Think instead of the Merriam-Webster definition: “a: that quality which appeals to a sense of the ludicrous or absurdly incongruous b: the mental faculty of discovering, expressing, or appreciating the ludicrous or absurdly incongruous,” and the ...more
Doug Shear
Jun 12, 2012 Doug Shear added it  ·  (Review from the author)
I'm not sure why I ended up with this as a book I'm reading, since I wrote the darn thing. I'd like to rate it five stars, but that wouldn't be right.
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