Adam and Even by Terry Schiffman

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"Adam And Even" is a satire about Deity's booting Lucifer, Inc. out of heaven for their many misdeeds, including a plan to divide heaven into two separate but equal parts, "North Heaven" and "South Heaven" Deity goes on to create a beautiful universe as a home for Adam, and shortly thereafter, creates Eve ("One #10 order of rib-to-go) Eve is not thrilled about getting married. She thinks a career would be more fun. Adam likes the idea, but he suggests a pre-nuptial agreement (in case their marriage goes belly up). The couple settle down to live in Adam's cave for a while. One night, Fifi, Adam's long missing Great Dane dog, sneaks into the cave. When Eve awakens, she thinks Adam has turned into a werewolf. On a picnic trip, Fifi sniffs a wounded kitten. Adam fixes a splint for its leg, and it becomes Fifi's child. Eve meets a talking snake, who tries to get her to eat the forbidden apple. She refuses, and Deity shows up on the scene to send the snake back to hell where he belongs. Adam and Eve leave Paradise because Adam wants to explore other parts of the world.

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Published January 9, 2001 by iUniverse. 252 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Religion & Spirituality, Humor & Entertainment. Fiction

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