Beam Me Up, Jesus: A Heathen's Guide to the Rapture

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Nation Books, 2007 - Humor - 242 pages
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The wildly funny response to the Left Behind series, Beam Me Up, Jesus will help the reader navigate their way through born-again America, with tips on how to avoid being Left Behind, how to protect oneself against demonic locusts, and how to find a guide to class-action suits and post-Rapture therapy.

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User Review  - quantum_flapdoodle - LibraryThing

For the most part genuinely funny, though it does miss in spots. This book was a helpful corrective for my woeful lack of knowledge about the Left Behind series, which I have never read. If I had read ... Read full review

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User Review  - shannonkearns - LibraryThing

this book started out with some potential then got stupid. he tried to hard to be funny and the whole thing was just dumb. i chuckled at a couple of parts, but for the most part i was just waiting for the book to be over. thoroughly disappointing. Read full review



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Jim Gerard is an author, journalist, and playwright. His book, Celebrity Skin, was published by Avalon in 2002, and his book, Yankees S**K, was published by Chamberlain Bros./Penguin in 2005. Mr. Gerard has written humor for The New Republic, Travel & Leisure, Playboy, Maxim, and Cosmopolitan; features for The Washington Post, Salon, Details, New York Observer; and many other magazines, and has published fiction in The Boston Review and elsewhere. He has performed stand-up comedy in New York clubs such as The Comic Strip, the Duplex, and the Village Gate.

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