Blameless in Abaddon by James Morrow

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In the sequel to the award-winning Towing Jehovah, the body of a comatose God continues its odyssey, from the Arctic, to Florida where it becomes an attraction at Orlando's Celestial City USA, and to The Hague, where God must answer to the World Court for history's many injustices.
 

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Morrow has won the Nebula Award twice.
 
Published March 4, 2014 by Mariner Books. 372 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Sequel to Towing Jehovah (1994), Morrow's satirical fantasy recounting the towing of God's two-mile-long body to its last resting place in the Arctic ice.

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God isn't dead after all. He's just in a coma. The angel who announced the Creator's demise in Morrow's World Fantasy Award-winning Towing Jehovah (1994) was simply wrong. God's body is no longer cont

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Much of the narrative is heavy going, consisting of detailed discussions of ""theodicy,"" the ""attempt to reconcile the fact of evil with the existence of an omnipotent, omniscient, omnibenevolent Creator."" Equally hard to deal with, though for emotional reasons, are the extended descriptions o...

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Although an enjoyable, and somewhat educational, read, if you haven't read any Morrow, I would suggest trying Towing Jehovah or Last Begotten Daughter before picking up Blameless in Abaddon.

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