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The Book of Bebb
     

The Book of Bebb

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by Frederick Buechner
 

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Pulitzer Prize finalist Frederick Buechner's quartet of outrageously witty, inspirational Bebb novels in one volume.

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Book of Bebb 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I wouldn't recommend this to anyone! In an apparent attempt to impress readers the author utilizes every perceived comparison or descriptive term, however abstract it may be, that he knows. I had to constantly fight to keep my eyes from glazing over, and failed to keep my mind focused. After reading a third of the book- I simply quit trying. It was a complete waist of time! It is being deleted from my library, and hopefully my mind.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Not enough can be said of this novel. Finishing it was akin to saying 'Farewell' to a dear, dear friend and I will certainly always remember it. I have never known a person so well as I came to know the fictional Antonio Parr by the end of 'Treasure Hunt.' The people and characters you meet come alive like I have never experienced before; Antonio's troubles and triumphs become my own, and for at least a few moments, I don't feel alone in my troubles and triumphs. Buechner has created a masterwork the likes of which the world may not see again. It is a shame this book is not more well known. I may have waxed overly poetic, but I can only say you would do yourself a great disservice by not reading this book.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A great novel of sin and redemption -- and a lot of fun, with characters you will remember forever. This book has recently been available only through out-of-print dealers -- and rarely then -- because those who have copies hold onto them. If you are already a Buechner fan, this novel is different from his more 'theological' books you may have read, but at its heart it tells the same message. A great read.