The Last Testament by God
A Memoir

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***NOW A MAJOR BROADWAY SHOW STARRING JIM PARSONS (THE BIG BANG THEORY) AND DIRECTED BY JOE MANTELLO (WICKED)***

Over the course of his long and distinguished career, God has literally seen it all. And not just seen. In fact, the multitalented deity has played a pivotal role in many major events, including the Creation of the universe, the entirety of world history, and the successful transitioning of American Idol into the post–Simon Cowell era. Sometimes preachy, sometimes holier-than-thou, but always lively, The Last Testament is the ultimate celebrity autobiography.
 

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God has been grabbing headlines ever since first creating the universe. Indeed, the multi-talented deity has been involved in the development of every single thing that has ever happened, including the Crusades, plate tectonics, and Seinfeld. His previous serious works as an author, The Old Testament, The New Testament, and The Koran, have sold an impressive 5 billion copies, with the first two in particular coming to be collectively regarded as something of a bible of their field. David Javerbaum is a former head writer and executive producer of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. He is the coauthor of that show’s bestsellers, America: The Book and Earth: The Book, and author of the pregnancy parody What to Expect When You’re Expected.
 
Published November 1, 2011 by Simon & Schuster. 400 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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Before we come to the End (of Days and the memoir), the Author provides a big finish with boffo one-liners regarding eschatological matters.

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And to one particular woman, Candice Hagerty of Bournemouth, England, he gives this instruction: “Candice, lower thy voice.” He adds: “He’s not that good, and neither am I.” A version of this review appeared in print on November 28, 2011, on page C4 of the New York edition wi...

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The Testament of Gideon Mack by James Robertson 400pp, Hamish Hamilton, £17.99 In James Robertson's latest novel, the protagonist, Gideon Mack, is a Church of Scotland minister in the north-east town of Monimaskit who has been found dead on a mountain, apparently by his own hand.

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Publishers Weekly

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Along the way, God regales readers with gossip about what celebrities do when they think they’re alone, relationship advice—“Once thou hast Chosen someone, they are thine to tease, torment and disappoint forever”—and 300 signs of the apocalypse, including Sarah Palin’s presidential run.

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PopMatters

All this book is, is a journal Dee Dee kept on his last European tour, playing all Ramones songs that he wrote, plus a couple of oldies covers, and there doesn’t seem to have been an inch of craft, artifice, or revision in the writing—yet that’s what journals are about, the lack of calculation, t...

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God finally decided it’s about time to clear up some of those misunderstandings and misinterpretations of him and his works to help us better understand, even though he really doesn’t have to, you know – i.e., the all powerful, all knowing, all everything thingy.

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