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  • Paperback: 145 pages
  • Publisher: Lulu.com (7 Sep 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1411649699
  • ISBN-13: 978-1411649699
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 0.8 x 22.9 cm

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A Portrait of Jesus as a Young Zinester 21 Jan 2006
By Bradley - Published on Amazon.com
Do you enjoy spending afternoons in coffee shops? Do you like to look through the zines that they sometimes have in their "free" section? Are you often disappointed with the selections? Do you occasionally find something worthy of your time, not exactly a masterpiece or anything but with writing that's decent enough to entertain you until you've reached the bottom of your cup?

Do you ever wish the zine was written by Jesus Christ? If so, this is the book for you.

Jason Roger's novel is told primarily from the point of view of Jesus, with occasional interludes from literary icons and often the author himself. Roger's unique presentation makes the book resemble the typical zine. Only instead of using collage, he uses things like wingdings, different font sizes, and footnotes to achieve a similar effect.

Tomorrow Nothing is a fun read and will please fans of religious satire.
The importance of the last page. 29 Jan 2006
By S. Surprize - Published on Amazon.com
One of those books that one reads just for the sheer enjoyment of reading.

It made me laugh at several instances - a religious satire, indeed. And marvelously amusing!

The conspicuousness of the spelling mistakes made me believe they had a purpose, although not a clear one to me. The uniqueness of the syntax, on the other hand, won me completely.

A true meaning, one that I never expected to find in this book, I came across within the last few pages. If we consider this the Bible - since it is about Jesus, anyway - then the "New Afterword" is the Revelation. It wouldn't be the same without it!
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