Washington Post book critic Ron Charles reviewed three skeptical-to-scandalous books about God and religion on Wednesday, under the inaccurate headline "Three works of divine comedy." Charles included one targeting teenagers called "There Is No Dog," which he said was for "the younger heretic-in-training." The book hasn't even come out yet, but what better time to review it than days before Christmas?
"This sex comedy for teens imagines God as a horny guy named Bob who sends the world into meteorological catastrophes every time he gets the hots for another co-ed," writes Charles.
Luckily for author Meg Rosoff, "The novel has already been banned by a few schools in England, which, let's face it, is a publicity godsend." So is a review in the heretic-loving Washington Post. Charles has some reviewer nits to pick, but thinks this book is just fine for high-schoolers with a taste for goofy sexual content.
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