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JOB: A Comedy Of Justice
JOB A Comedy Of Justice
Author: Robert A. Heinlein
ISBN: 4453
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Readnmachine avatar reviewed JOB: A Comedy Of Justice on + 1291 more book reviews
Heinlein's retelling of the tribulations of Job is often funny and sometimes uneven, as a fundamentalist Christian in a 1994 that's not quite "ours" gets shuffled from one reality to another as a variety of powerful beings utilize him in their private games. Heinlein has some interesting things to say about the nature of divinity, and he does it through a good-natured and amiable schlumpf.
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Great story!
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I was a bit confused for a while, but at the story's conclusion I was quite satisfied. I've enjoyed every Heinlein book I have ever read.
lisareinke avatar reviewed JOB: A Comedy Of Justice on + 123 more book reviews
I wish I'd read this when it first came out, but still a good book.
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In this, one of author Heinlein's last novels, a preacher is accidentally transported to an alternate universe and into the affections of an attractive women. When they are separated by the boundaries of Heaven and Hell, he must make a decision about what is more important, his soul or his love.

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After he firewalked in Polynesia, the world wasn't the same for Alexander Hergensheimer, now called Alec Graham. As natural accidents occurred without cease, Alex knew Armageddon and the Day of Judgement were near. Somehow he had to bring his beloved heathen, Margrethe, to a state of grace, and, while he was at it, save the rest of the world ..

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