Towing Jehovah

Towing Jehovah

Book - 1995
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A satirical novel on the death of God. For inexplicable reasons he dies and falls into the sea, and the Vatican hires a supertanker to secretly tow his two-mile-long body to the Arctic for preservation. But the secret leaks out and everyone gets in on the act, exploiting God's death to their own end.
Publisher: San Diego : Harcourt Brace, 1995, c1994
Edition: 1st Harvest ed
ISBN: 9780156002103
Branch Call Number: F MOR NVD
Characteristics: 371 p. ; 24 cm


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Nov 19, 2010

Thoroughly enjoyed this. Think of it often. Would make a great movie!!!

Caminodepaz Jun 05, 2010

What would happen if God died and the body was found in the Atlantic Ocean? Morrow explores and twists this plot idea with humor, contemplation, and speculation as the Vatican, World War II Reenacters, athiests, and an unemployed, disgraced oil tanker captain race to hide the evidence. Morrow wrote two sequels: Blameless in Abandon (no longer in our libraries) and The Eternal Footman available at CCL and MBL

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