Good to be God

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Alma, 2008 - Fiction - 270 pages
14 Reviews
Using the credit card and identity of a handcuffs salesman, professional failure Tyndale Corbett arrives in Miami for a law enforcement conference to discover the joys of luxury hotels and above all the delight of being someone else, someone successful.

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User Review  - Tq - Goodreads

I could only make it halfway through. Yes, it's humorous at times, but it tries too hard other times. The main character is such a sad sack it's no wonder his life fell apart. I really can't feel for him, and after having just read another sub-par book, I can't deal with this one. Read full review

Review: Good To Be God

User Review  - Goodreads

I could only make it halfway through. Yes, it's humorous at times, but it tries too hard other times. The main character is such a sad sack it's no wonder his life fell apart. I really can't feel for him, and after having just read another sub-par book, I can't deal with this one. Read full review

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Tibor Fischer was born in Stockport, England, in 1959, the son of Hungarian basketball champions. He is a journalist, TV documentarian, & author of three novels, "Under the Frog" (a Booker Prize finalist), "The Thought Gang," & "The Collector Collector.

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