The Book of Job revisited is a rewrite of a previous G.B. Couper Smashwords publication: A Taxi Romance. Though it is similar, and parts of it are lifted from it, The Book of Job Revisited has been sculpted into a novel that stands on its own merits. A Taxi Romance was inspired by two sources: The Book of Job and Shakespeare’s, The Tempest. This re-visitation is about the common man, a minority below the ninety-nine percent; knocked down financially, emotionally, and creatively after a head injury and the morass of drug and alcohol abuse, he lost everything. Job, by contrast (according to the story in the Bible), is about a one per-center who, by nothing more than a capricious bet in the heavens, lost everything too. Sitting at the city dump, he dove into an ocean of doubt to end with his faith intact and his wealth redoubled along with a new family. He did not do as his wife advised; “Curse God and die.” Max, led by despair to find love his relationship with the Muse, he went to a metaphorical dump of despair by chasing oblivion through, not only drugs and alcohol, but by abandoning any hope of love or restoring his former life. That is, until he met the Fu.
From Geronimo! to gesundheit to haminahamina to holy mackerel, and from abracadabra to zoinks, Mark Dunn and Sergio Aragonés show you interjections like you've never seen them before.Often thought of as unnecessary verbal fringe or simply linguistic decoration, interjections (ahem, howdy,…