Before You Were a Prophet
Lulu.com, 2006 - 225 pages
Mark Miller has spent his life half-ass repenting for all the things he's done wrong, but there's one blotch on his record that he can't erase. He wants to forget his transgressions and pursue a passionless life as an academic, but his new roommates force him to confront his past. Ever since he killed that man in Texarkana, Mark's been hiding from the unnerving stare of God. Now he has to endure his roommates' southern-fried theories about religion. If he can survive their spiritual experiments, live through a drive-by shooting, outwit the old lady next door, escape from the cops, figure out the secret of the bus stop signs, and return the forty-foot-tall inflatable green gorilla to its rightful owners, he might just catch a glimpse of what he's been looking for.
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