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Extracts from Noah's Diary por Martin Bodek
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Extracts from Noah's Diary (edição 2015)

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A century ago, a little known writer named Mark Twain wrote a silly novella called Extracts from Adam's Diary. It imagined the recorded daily life of the first man. Two years later, Mr. Twain's wife passed away, and he wrote a melancholy follow-up with Eve as the imagined diarist. Together, these stories were published as The Diaries of Adam & Eve.A century later, a well known writer named Martin Bodek enjoyed the books, discovered that Twain left the concept for another to pick up where he left off, and decided to give it a try.Yes, he's that arrogant, he's written a sequel for Mark Twain.… (mais)
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Título:Extracts from Noah's Diary
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As the writer of this book, and its editor, I read my manuscript from front to back at least 9 times, so this certainly qualifies as a book I've read in the past year, which I can add to my tally. I also probably have a responsibility to officially review it - nay, perhaps an obligation, because im ain ani li me li? (if I'm not for myself, who will be for me?)

Having said that, I'll say simply that I'm awfully proud of my 5th literary creation. I put in a truly, madly, deeply inordinate amount of time into the research, put concerted effort into the humor, and did my best to present an entertaining, quality product.

I do admit that the book takes a narrative turn after the events of the flood, but I'm really just mirroring the bibilical text itself in this manner. The adventure is the ark, what follows is life, and since Noah lived long after his heyday event, then the subsequent events must be recorded, despite that they might not be as fascinating, or joke-sprouting. Noah's voice changes as well. I ask that you forgive that, if it troubles you, and instead, please enjoy the overall picture of what I tried to create.

I thank you for interest, and your constructive critique. ( )
  MartinBodek | Oct 21, 2015 |
Esta crítica foi escrita pelo autor.
As the writer of this book, and its editor, I read my manuscript from front to back at least 9 times, so this certainly qualifies as a book I've read in the past year, which I can add to my tally. I also probably have a responsibility to officially review it - nay, perhaps an obligation, because im ain ani li me li? (if I'm not for myself, who will be for me?)

Having said that, I'll say simply that I'm awfully proud of my 5th literary creation. I put in a truly, madly, deeply inordinate amount of time into the research, put concerted effort into the humor, and did my best to present an entertaining, quality product.

I do admit that the book takes a narrative turn after the events of the flood, but I'm really just mirroring the bibilical text itself in this manner. The adventure is the ark, what follows is life, and since Noah lived long after his heyday event, then the subsequent events must be recorded, despite that they might not be as fascinating, or joke-sprouting. Noah's voice changes as well. I ask that you forgive that, if it troubles you, and instead, please enjoy the overall picture of what I tried to create.

I thank you for interest, and your constructive critique. ( )
  MartinBodek | Oct 21, 2015 |
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A century ago, a little known writer named Mark Twain wrote a silly novella called Extracts from Adam's Diary. It imagined the recorded daily life of the first man. Two years later, Mr. Twain's wife passed away, and he wrote a melancholy follow-up with Eve as the imagined diarist. Together, these stories were published as The Diaries of Adam & Eve.A century later, a well known writer named Martin Bodek enjoyed the books, discovered that Twain left the concept for another to pick up where he left off, and decided to give it a try.Yes, he's that arrogant, he's written a sequel for Mark Twain.

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