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God Knows No Heroes by Norman Shabel
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Mar 31, 10

bookshelves: fiction, contemporary, reviewed
Read from March 30 to 31, 2010 — I own a copy

I've recently been wondering what a book written by an author who has never read a book might read like; I think I have my answer.

Although Shabel is obviously an adult he writes like a grade schooler.

Here is my impression of his style:

Christy sits at her computer to write a review. In her mid-twenties, she has not changed clothes in three days. She picks up her Dr. Pepper for a drink, and drinks from it. "This book is terrible," Christy says to herself and then sets the Dr. Pepper down.
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message 1: by Brian (new)

Brian Brian is sitting on the sofa. He thinks Christy's review is wonderful.


Christy Stewart Christy smiles because she is happy. The left side of her mouth goes up and the right side of her mouth goes up, both at the same time.

She has still not changed clothes.


message 3: by Jake (new)

Jake HA! Jake say's as he reads Christy's review and Brian's comment while sitting on his chair wearing clothes.


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Brian Brian likes this topic. Also Brian likes clothes during the middle of the day. Central time only.


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