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See Featured Authors Answering Questions. Questions About Il Vangelo secondo Biff. To ask other readers questions about Il Vangelo secondo Biff. I read the first 50 or so pages of this book, and wasn’t impressed. His seems to hope that the reader will mistake secndo for wit, and for me that’s not really panning out. Should I keep going? Is the book, as a whole, intelligently satirical or merely juvenile? Christia Seemingly irrelevant concepts and interjections are seamlessly followed up on throughout the rest of the story.
I guess it depends on your taste, but …more Seemingly irrelevant concepts and interjections are seamlessly followed up on throughout the rest of the story.
I guess it depends on your taste, but I love the type of humor and brush with philosophy as well as historical accuracy, as far as I can tell. Don’t forget that the first part of the book follows the lives of vangeli little boys who live in a culture of religious oppression and wrought with curiosity about life, sex, etc.
I thought it was brilliant. One of the few works of fiction I vanyelo only had patience for, but enjoyed. I’m not finished this book but I will finish.
A friend I value lent it to me. I could see it was funny but it’s not my kind of funny. It irritates me at times. But I study worldview conflicts is society and subcultures and I expect to find the wisdom of fiction that non-fiction never seems to be able to say and I am finding it.
Does everyone who finished this book love the humour? Cheryl Claussen I loved it. I’m nearly 60 and enjoyed every silly, juvenile and thought provoking sentence. It reminded me of the off kilter slightly irreverent …more I loved it.
It reminded me of the off kilter slightly irreverent humour of Monty Python ‘s Life of Brian.
I need something to cheer me up – I have been reading and reviewed a book about a tragic shipwreck with much suffering. Now I am gloomy. I have scanned the books which Goodreads list as humour, but I am doubtful about Lamb. As a Brit, an atheist with no interest in religion and with autistic tendencies, I fear that I won’t find this funny.
Maybe Moore’s “A Dirty Job” would be a better laugh? Erika I think any Atheist Brit would love Lamb! My husband is an atheist brit that I have yet to convince to read it but I am still trying. Personally found it to be very funny, and actually quite sweet and it’s own way it honours the teachings most of us grew up with.
Is it really so offensive to think that Jesus lived in the real world and had real emotions? Stephanie It’s offensive if one sticks to the dogma learned from childhood on. Man that plot twist! I mean, Judas betrays Jesus!
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Who saw that coming??? Steph I think His Dad probably knew, but I guess He chose to let His Son figure out the cruelty of the world through experience rather than lectures.
Load 2 more questions. Vzngelo have any suggestions for fictional works like this? I’m having trouble finding other books that utilize biblical characters as protagonists. Ask and answer questions about books! Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.