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The Waterproof Bible by Andrew Kaufman
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Mar 22, 2010

Read from March 22 to April 27, 2010

A woman tries to stop projecting her emotions into the minds of those around her by instead channeling her feelings into possessions, which she hides in a storage facility. A man builds a sailboat in the middle of the Prairies, despite there being no water nearby — until father and son rainmakers make a catastrophic appearance. A woman from an aquatic civilization searches for her mother, who has hidden herself among the land dwellers and is running an abandoned hotel. A musician has an uneasy relationship with a woman who may or may not be God. What do these characters have in common? Exactly the sort of weirdness CanLit needs.
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