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In the ultimate celebrity memoir, The Last Testament, the Lord our God, King of the Universe, is ready to telleth-all. In the meantime, enjoy this freebie from God: OMG: How I Created the Universe, Adam, and Steve, which contains the first five chapters on the Creation of Adam and Steve (you read correctly) excerpted from The Last Testament....

Title : OMG: How I created the Universe, Adam, and Steve
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ISBN : 12812164
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 400 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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OMG: How I created the Universe, Adam, and Steve Reviews

  • Rose
    2019-05-10 01:08

    Not bad. It is an excerpt from The Last Testament: A Memoir by God . It wasn't good enough for me to want to buy the full book though. If you're looking for a funny bible story, I would suggest instead Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff, Christ's Childhood Pal

  • Griffin
    2019-05-04 22:19

    One slight puzzle about this book: it was clearly written by God (and is sold as such on Amazon), so why would God adopt the unconvincing pen-name 'David Javerbaum'? This fools nobody. Come on, God, don't be shy - you've written an entertaining book for once (it was about time - the Old and New Testaments have their points, but they really aren't all that funny), so don't hide behind a feeble pseudonym. Be a man (you did it once, you can do it again), and stand up and be counted (one, two, three; yes, there are three of this author, count them). And remember, when it comes to those signing sessions, 'God' is going to be a lot quicker to write than 'David Javerbaum'.Where was I?Oh yes. This is an entertaining book, which lets you in on the real stuff that didn't get into the Book of Genesis. It's light (I can almost hear its author saying, 'Let it be light'; and it was light), and very funny in places, and even when it isn't very funny, it's quite funny. And it's short, which is good. The OT and the NT, as I say, have their points, but they do go on a bit. God-as-David-Javerbaum is more succinct, and a good thing too.Give this book a try. It won't take long, and it may make you laugh. And buying it will put you in God's good books, which has to be a good thing. After all, you don't want to suffer the same fate that awaits Charles Darwin and all those other evolutionists, do you? (You can read about that at the end of chapter 3.)Nice one, God. Keep up the good work.

  • David Santos
    2019-05-18 20:04

    If only a 0 were possible. I wrote this on amazon and of course many were not fans of my review.There are two types of non Christians. Those who respect chrstians and leave them in peace and those who attack and mock them.I understand what the writers were trying to do....make fun of something millions believe in. Mission Accomplished. I understood some of the jokes, some were predictable, but to put yourself in Gods shoes and write something like this is wrong. It is books like this that make it hard for us Christians to be christian, there isn't a day that goes by where people don't attack my bible, attack my God and attack me for believing in Him. Books like this only brainwash people.This book is simply mocking the God of the Bible, misinterpreting real biblical texts and humanizing God's power and abilities. (example: God not being able to see in the dark)Phrases like "But I am God, all things are fakeable." I have no doubt each reviewer from websites and magazines etc share the same mocking attitude as the person who wrote the book. (rated 4 stars on amazon by 75 biblically uneducated people) Not to mention the writer ignored the 7th day. On top of misinterpreting biblical texts he leaves many out as well. But since those others argue his point, I can see why they were left out.I learned something tho. As a christian author if I want to get published, get talked about by major markets, I have to do one simple thing....mock God. Sad isn't it?That's all this book was about, bashing God. it's disgraceful and very disappointing. Had this David fellow talked to several pastors or whoever he would have had plenty of clarifications to his misinterpretations and doubts. But of course if you don't seek you wont find.

  • Dianne
    2019-05-21 02:20

    This was an excerpt---it was free and it was hilarious! I'm actually going to have to spend the cash and get the full size book 'cause I want to see how God feels about things other than Adam and Steve!!!

  • Wendy
    2019-05-26 17:57

    Very funny and witty. I really enjoyed it

  • Liddy
    2019-05-19 19:23

    What a hilarious few minutes read. Well written and expertly thought out. Definitely a book I want to buy and read in full, when I have the cash.

  • Bobbye Hudspeth
    2019-05-25 00:06

    I laughed. I thought. What else can you ask of a book?

  • Todd
    2019-04-30 21:25

    funny take on the bible and the creation of man/woman. this was free on Amazon and turned out to be just an excerpt from a longer book.

  • Kristen
    2019-04-27 18:08

    The Kindle version is just a sample - approximately 10 pages. I see some humor but it did not compel enough reason to buy the fuller version.

  • Amanda
    2019-05-07 22:22

    His tweets are funny but this just did not really work for me. Sort of funny in parts but mostly boring. Based on this sample I will more than likely not read "The Last Testament: A Memoir"

  • Melissa Wood
    2019-04-25 19:24

    Only an excerpt; definitely calls for a person who isn't easily offended and can see the humor in it.

  • Steve Snelson
    2019-05-05 19:24

    A bit predictable but there are some funny one liners. A harmless way to waste fifteen minutes.