God Ran Out of Faces

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iUniverse, Oct 29, 2004 - Fiction - 216 pages
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"Bespeaks of achievement. [ ] In the presence of a Philip Reed story one senses the sheer fun he had in composing it. But it's not unusual for such a story to be many-layered and many-toned."
-Stephen Dunn, winner of the 2001 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry

"Philip Reed is the funniest American in the world."
-Ben Croshaw, creator of the Rob Blanc series of computer games and webmaster of fullyramblomatic.com

Looking for owls? Inside you will learn important information about colors and shapes, and also:

* the pratfalls of penguin-rearing
* the romance of illiteracy
* what not to do with somebody else's monkey
* logistical impossibilities in authoring your own perfect mate
* the socio-sexuality inherent in a game of ping pong
* and the bravery of being a big fat liar.

By Philip J Reed, VSc, author of Her Life Will Be Set to Music.

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"Bespeaks of achievement. [ ] In the presence of a Philip Reed story one senses the sheer fun he had in composing it. But it's not unusual for such a story to be many-layered and many-toned."
-Stephen Dunn, winner of the 2001 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry "Philip Reed is the funniest American in the world."
-Ben Croshaw, creator of the Rob Blanc series of computer games and webmaster of fullyramblomatic.com Looking for owls? Inside you will learn important information about colors and shapes, and also: * the pratfalls of penguin-rearing
* the romance of illiteracy
* what not to do with somebody else's monkey
* logistical impossibilities in authoring your own perfect mate
* the socio-sexuality inherent in a game of ping pong
* and the bravery of being a big fat liar. By Philip J Reed, VSc, author of Her Life Will Be Set to Music.

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