A God called Bruce by Hans von Lieven

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A God called Bruce is about the adventures of an Australian writer who gets involved with the Gods on Olympus. He strikes up a friendship with Bruce, the Australian God of booze, barbeques and backyard dunnies (toilets). On his travels he gets to know Zeus who likes the irreverent larrikin from Aussie, especially when he starts covering for Zeus' extramarital excursions. When he finds the key to an ancient travelling system even the Gods don't understand, he gains access to universes unknown to the pantheon. Here begins a journey into the unknown with help from the Gods and the loving attention of several Goddesses.

Written very much with tongue in cheek, A God called Bruce is bawdy, irreverent and hilarious.

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Published October 3, 2011 by BookBaby. 383 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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