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Hackyu Won Too Free

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by: Denis Howarth
Books with a 5 star rating  (2)
Publication Date: January 30, 2013
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 552
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Black and White
ISBN: 9780993710100

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Book Synopsis
A lengthy book, and pleasant to hold in the hand. What is inside it? Hmm ... stanzas, each in the seventeen syllable form of a haiku: yet constituting informative writing in clear and simple prose (like this description you are reading, which is in the same stanza form).
What is it about? The cover says: satire on life and religion. Is it funny, then? Sometimes, and sometimes a good deal worse than funny. There are passages, a few, that bring you up short. What were you thinking? About what you met in your life, and what you thought you think about God. (You know, that God, the most hilarious being in the universe.)
The book is built of brief discourses, that seem like separate essays: so it may be read by browsing here and there, or from start to finish. Though even then, you may not know where you began, or have ended up. Which is the human condition. Ignorance cries out for its own death: by a knowledge won, then won too, and which when won too, could set us free.
Customer Comments
Posted: February 22, 2014
Customer comment 5 star rating
I highly recommend this book. Its both illuminating and entertaining. It reveals the truth by shattering your illusions that you know the truth about anything using satiric humor. Don't be intimidated by its length or style - both lend themselves to hours of enjoyable reading. Although I found it to be a page turner, it did take me months to read it through once. I'd pick it up, put it down, and pick it up again weeks later, thoroughly enjoying it with each reading session. After reading it through once, I continue to pick it up now and again when I feel like a chuckle or some insight into the human experience.
Andrew Hammoude
Posted: January 16, 2021
Customer comment 5 star rating
Book here! What a treat.
Delivers laughs as promised
Plus points to ponder.
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