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Magnificent Vibration - Book Review

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by Aunty Joy (subscribe)
I live in Nambour in the Sunshine Coast hinterland.
Published June 27th 2015
Sex, God and the Loch Ness Monster
80s rock star Rick Springfield has added 'novelist' to his CV with "Magnificent Vibration", a quirky, witty tale involving sex, God, and what really lies beneath Loch Ness.

Is it philosophy? Is it sci-fi? Is it a book about love and death and the whole damn thing? Yes.

Hapless and depressed nerd Bobby, recently divorced and eking out a living at a bad video editing company (where, he's just discovered, his wife has been having sex with his co-workers), steals a book called "magnificent Vibration" and calls a cellphone number - '1-800-Call-God' written inside the front cover.

It turns out it really is God, and he's not what Bobby expected.

Joining forces with Alice, a sexy nun, and Lexington, an outsized Mexican-American, Bobby embarks on a surreal mission.

This genre-bending book will have you smiling - and thinking.

Magnificent Vibration, 2014, Touchstone. ISBN-10: 1476758905
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Sounds like a great book, Aunty Joy. Right down my alley. Thank you.
by glend (score: 0|2) 1624 days ago
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