Clarence is a retired architect looking to check himself into a senior’s home, but after one too many beers he wakes up one morning in a home for retired Gods – millions of them.From every age and every faith, these disagreeable deities are crammed into a temple that has long since exceeded its maximum capacity, and they’re praying for Clarence to give their small sanctuary an urgent upgrade before it reaches critical mass.
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About the Author
A.A. Jordan is one part writer and one part graphic designer. He writes novels with an anime tone, which only means that his creative process begins with visualizing anime-style characters (the kind without the whiny voices). He was born in Buffalo, NY and lives abroad.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I wasn't sure what to make of this book at first. I loved the premise - a book based on dung - as a retired wastewater treatment technician, this was perfect. As I got into the book, it seemed to go in different directions all at one time. The gods were humanized, which made for plenty of humor in and of itself. What I decided at the end was that this author is one hell of a great storyteller. I found myself wanting to find out more about the characters. The thought of 33 million retired gods all living together in one place is grist for many mills. Add a quirky main character and you've got a story, my friends. I will read more from this author.