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The Most Amazing Man Who Ever Lived Paperback – 5 Oct 1995
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The latest madcap fantasy adventure by the author of the now legendary Brentford Trilogy.
From the Back Cover
If your taste is for a tender romance, taut with passion and desire, love and betrayal, then this raging stonker of a novel, bursting out of its leather pants with sex, scandal, murder, mystery, suspense, drama, action, adventure and Mad Car Disease, probably won't be for you.
Norman's definitely dead. His dad fell out of the sky and flattened him. And as Norman didn't want any regular full-time employment before he died, he certainly doesn't want any now. Especially not here at the Universal Reincarnation Company. There are far too many filing cabinets and far too much paperwork. Not that it's the company's fault. The blame really lies with God. If He hadn't decided to close down Hell, then Heaven wouldn't have got too overcrowded and there would have been no need to build the extension. And until the extension is finished, the URC will just have to keep on recycling all those souls in the big queue.
But there's something very wrong at the URC. Someone, it seems, has learned how to beat the system. Someone is pre-incarnating. Being reborn again and again on their original birthdate. And just imagine if you could do that. You'd be The Most Amazing Man Who Ever Lived. Or you'd be the very Devil himself.
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I'd recommend this book to anyone that likes to laugh when they read.
I Highly recomend this book to anyone, but at the same time would like to say that if you get offended easially then this book might not before you... some would find this book full of cheap laughs at the expance of christianity
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Not one of the best, but still a cracking romp, full of running gags, quirky asides & general lunacy.