Almighty me

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Houghton Mifflin, 1991 - Fiction - 263 pages
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Imagine what can happen when car salesman Charlie Wiggins gets the power of God for a full year, no strings attached. Wiggins sets out to make the world right, only to find out that omnipotence has its limitations. Here is comedy at its blackest and funniest.

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

A spacey comic fable about the limits of love, even when you have the power of God: Bausch's third novel (On the Way Home, The Lives of Riley Chance) and a likable chronicle of the dissolution of one ... Read full review

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Charlie Wiggins, a car salesman in Illinois, is a regular guy who suddenly finds himself imbued with the powers of God for an entire year. Like T.S. Garp of John Irving's The World According to Garp ... Read full review


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ROBERT BAUSCH is the author of five novels and a collection of short stories. His novel A Hole in the Earth was a New York Times Notable Book of the Year as well as a Washington Post Book World Favorite Book of the Year. He lives in Stafford, Virginia, and teaches literature and creative writing at Northern Virginia Community College.

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