I found this book very weak, and rather than an interesting look at the bible and what it might actually teach via the bible , or an funny look at Christianity, I found a book that was more akin to a bar bet (see Brian Zembic) , the author is continually opting out of items he "is just not comfortable with" including apparently the whole of the new testament, which is covered in about 2 minutes, wherein he states he isn't comfortable dealing with the figure Jesus, so pretty much opts out of the whole of the new testament. I found the book to be full of cop outs, and just generally weak.
Thankfully it is blessedly short.
The world is destroyed, burned to ashes... Why? Not important.
The book seems to be about how to improvise footwear, the best way to piliage in a post apocalyptic world, and pushing a shopping cart with a bad wheel down the road to nowhere.
The boy, born and raised in a post apocalyptic hell, Seemed unfamiliar with survival and seemed to excel at whining so badly that on at least on three occasions I had to yell out loud to my stereo " OH JUST SHUT THE HELL UP! "
PAPA, I'm scared. Papa, I dont want to.. Papa..
Son, shut the hell up please.
Also, should you find a safe warm place to hide and recover, best get the hell out of there as soon as possible.
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