Funny, touching and packed with attitude, Annette Greenaway's second poetry collection is a mini-masterpiece. The Joy of Atheism is partly an atheist manifesto and partly a book about life, art and love.
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About the Author
Annette Greenaway was born in Bristol in the 1970s. She discovered acid house at the age of seventeen, and danced for the next twenty years. She lives a much quieter life nowadays, but her neighbours occasionally spot her skipping around her living room in a pair of luminous dungarees. She is married and lives in London.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Excellent book that is a joy to read. Freeing oneself from the tyranny of religious brainwashing is the most important work a person can do.
Has nothing to do with atheism..... just a bunch of poems talking about people splitting and swimming in human bodily juices.