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Divine Misfortune - A. Lee Martinez
Divine Misfortune
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Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9780316041270 (0316041270)
Publisher: Orbit
Pages no: 307
Edition language: English
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Fangs for the Fantasy
Fangs for the Fantasy rated it
4.0 Divine Misfortune by A. Lee Martinez
Divine Misfortune is set in an alternate world where Gods make deals with humans; in exchange for tribute, Gods provide humans the benefits of their area of specialty. Phil and Terri live an average middle class existence but never really manage to move up the corporate ladder because unlike their...
The Book Frog
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3.0 Divine Misfortune
Although the Robinsons--Teri and Phil, a nice young couple--have never before felt the need to hook up with a personal god, as Divine Misfortune opens they've recently been rethinking that stance. Phil's once again been passed up for a promotion, and this time it's patently clear that if he'd been ...
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book reviews forevermore rated it
Divine was the perfect little quickie, a fast irreverent read at a time when I couldn't give a book quality attention. You know how it is--some books deserve contemplation (Claire DeWitt, I'm talking to you), some require intellectual engagement (China is notorious for this), some insist you immerse...
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Got this yesterday from my girlfriend in commemoration of "La Diada de Sant Jordi". It was a nice, light read. Very refreshing detour from all the wacky trilogies I've been reading. Looking forward to reading more of his stuff in the future.
Jazabell rated it
3.0 “Music has always been the greatest expression of mortal philosophy," continued Lucky. "The path to enlightenment is found in the lyrics of Spinal Tap.”
I actually give this book 3.5 stars!This was a really enjoyable story. It was funny. I liked the premise and found the characters fun and enduring. Quick is my favorite character, even though he is a minor character. He's the wise old guy that everyone should listen to but nobody does. Phil and Teri...
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