by J. R. Eldridge

Sensitive about your Christianity? I have two action items:

  1. don’t read this review
  2. don’t buy this book

I’ll wait a moment so the sensitive can leave.

I’ve read the Bible. Have you? IKR? Booooring! The silliness is a bit amusing, and the obvious contradictions stick out and might cause a chuckle. But did you know there is so much more absurd going on underneath that you might not catch?

Well now you can. J. R. Eldridge has rewritten the first few books of the Old Testament where the silly is brought right up to the surface, along with some tart language to get you clutching your pearls.

I didn’t put the book down, except briefly to head off starvation. If you like British humor and to chuckle at ancient mythology, this book is for you.

I was not endorsed or offered anything to write this review. I paid for my copy and so should you. The funny is worth way more than the couple dollars.

Read my other reviews of J.R. Eldridge smiting god:

MisreadBible: Christmas ❯

MisreadBible: Book of Moses ❯

MisreadBible: Gospel ❯ coming soon

Check out another Eldridge laugh-a-thon in A MisreadBible: Christmas ❯