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Tuesday, September 13, 2011


Hollywood had a problem :

How do you make God approachable?

Once upon a time, the Great Mystery had the same problem, mulled it over, and came up with the answer :

You make Him human.

It's how we got Joshua (Jesus is merely the Greek form of that name.)

Christopher Moore's best book is LAMB :

{Joshua's life as seen through the eyes of his childhood best friend, Levi -- although everyone calls him BIF for the sound his head makes when his mother smacks it -- which is often!}

It has some great lines and an even better blessing :

Some of the lines -

"Nobody's perfect. Well, there was this one guy, but we killed him."

"It's wildly irritating to have invented something as revolutionary as sarcasm, only to have it abused by amateurs."

"You think you know how this story is going to end, but you don't."


"If you have come to these pages for laughter, may you find it.

If you are here to be offended, may your ire rise and your blood boil.

If you seek an adventure, may this song sing you away to blissful escape.

If you need to test or confirm your beliefs, may you reach comfortable conclusions.

All books reveal perfection, by what they are or what they are not.

May you find that which you seek, in these pages or outside them.

May you find perfection, and know it by name."

You may be fuming, "Where is the sex you promised?"

Oh, there's sex as beefcake in THOR. In LAMB, there is sex denied and sex fulfiled.

There's sex in my LOVE LIKE DEATH trilogy. A Menage a troi actually.

{Didn't Wendy Tyler Ryan make a magical, haunting trailer?}

You're now rolling your eyes, "Well, all right there's sex in your trilogy, but where's God?"

Blake Adamson is a clone commissioned to be created by my own paranormal Hannibal Lector, DayStar. A very special clone.

How special?

Blake was grown from the tissue sample taken from the tip of the Spear of Destiny --

the spear that pierced Joshua's side on the cross.

What does that make Blake?

That question is asked by everyone in the book, friend, lover, and even Blake himself.

The answer is not what you think.



  1. Sounds like an interesting book.

  2. Richard :
    I was reluctant to buy it due to its story idea -- but I am very glad I listened to my supervisor who urged me to give it a try, Rola d

  3. I'm sorry. I can't seem to shake the haze in my head after the mention of Thor and sex. There's a Lamb Chop if I ever saw one. As far as God goes, since I believe he/she is everywhere, and the All knowing did come up with the nifty idea of sex, I'm all set. And I totally love it that Blake was grown from tissue sample from the spear, very creative. :)

  4. Laila :
    Jane Porter (Natalie Portman) has the same glaze in her eyes as she stares at Thor! :-)

    Blake's life is certainly made "Interesting" from his origins! Thanks for visiting and caring enough to chat, Roland

  5. You had me at Thor... had him on the brain lately. (=

  6. Yes, Chris makes a great Thor. Chris Evans surprised me by making an excellent Captain America. Have a great mid-week, Roland