The Blasphemy Tour

Paperback | May 1, 2012

byJass Richards

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Two Canadian atheists go on a cross-country speaking tour of American Bible Colleges, and oh god, they end up committing all sorts of blasphemies. The Blasphemy Tour - where philosophy meets stand-up.

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Two Canadian atheists go on a cross-country speaking tour of American Bible Colleges, and oh god, they end up committing all sorts of blasphemies. The Blasphemy Tour - where philosophy meets stand-up.

Jass Richards has an M.A. in Philosophy and used to be a stand-up comic (now she's more of a sprawled-out-on-the-couch comic). Despite these attributes, she has received four Ontario Arts Council grants.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:294 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.66 inPublished:May 1, 2012Publisher:MagentaLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1926891457

ISBN - 13:9781926891453

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"With plenty of humor and things to think about throughout, The Blasphemy Tour is a choice pick...." Midwest Book Review"Jass Richards has done it again. As I tell anyone who wants to listen, Jass is a comedy genius. She writes the funniest books and always writes the most believable unbelievable characters and scenes. ... I knew this book was a winner when ... a K9 unit dog kind of eats their special brownies... and dances Thriller. ... Rev and Dylan are not your ordinary guy and girl protagonists with sexual tension and a romantic interest, at all. They both defy gender roles, and they are so smart and opinionated, it's both funny and made me think at the same time. ... Overall, I highly recommend anything by Jass, especially this one book, which is full of comedy gold and food for thought." May Arend, Brazilian Book Worm"If I were Siskel and Ebert I would give this book Two Thumbs Way Up. Yes, it is blasphemy toward organized religion, but it gives you tons of Bible verses to back up its premises. And besides, it's pure entertainment. There's a prequel which I recommend you read first: The Road Trip Dialogues. I only hope there will be a third book." 5/5 stars L. K. Killian