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Vulgarity for the Masses

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A whole history of madness and struggle lie ahead for the disfigured children of Adam in this collection of nine tales from J.S. Lawhead.

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The Whale Story - Well-intentioned, apocalyptic adventurer Meteo Xavier seeks the rare Blue Whale and ends up fighting for his life in a litigious, courtroom battle that threatens to annihilate the human condition as we kn
Paperback, 246 pages
Published September 17th 2011 by Burning Bulb Publishing
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Rich Jr.
Oct 25, 2011 rated it it was amazing
Take the early absurdist writings of Woody Allen and mix in the esoteric pop culture ramblings of Dennis Miller and you'll have your typical Jack Van Impe apocalyptic eschatology; but add in some obscene stream-of-conscious similes and metaphors, like those of a Tourette syndrome patient, and you'll get something along the lines of J.S. Lawhead's "Vulgarity for the Masses."
The humor in Mr. Lawhead's eclectic collection of iconic chronicles is both chronic and les vulgarites, barreling into the
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I was born in March of 1984 in Kearney, Nebraska where I lived for 2.5 years before we moved to the Smoky Mountains of East Tennessee. We settled in Pigeon Forge, Sevier County, TN, home of Dolly Parton, and that's where I live today. I am married to