An amusing, polished look at the place where advertising and religion might intersect, as well as a more light-hearted relationship story, all told with the glitzy side of Los Angeles in the background. Well put-together, surprisingly deep at parts, charming and, indeed... sometimes thought-provoking.
This was a irreverently hilarious book which combines the fast-paced life of an advertising agent with philosophical tidbits (gone askew). This would probably not be appreciated by conservative religious followings, but it certainly revs up the laughter for readers who don't take themselves or any particular dogma too seriously. This is a light read that could be enjoyed on a beach or by the pool--but perhaps not in church.