Winner of the National Book Award. Fed up with his parents' boring religion, agnostic-going-on-atheist Jason Bock invents a new god and recruits an unlikely group of worshipers. He soon realizes that inventing a religion is a lot easier than controlling it.Winner of the National Book Award. Fed up with his parents' boring religion, agnostic-going-on-atheist Jason Bock invents a new god and recruits an unlikely group of worshipers. He soon realizes that inventing a religion is a lot easier than controlling it.Read Less
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I found this book completely not worth my time. It was the latest selection in our schools book club. It's about some kids that have this crazy idea to worship a water tower. They become obsessed with this water tower and even dare to climb the hundreds of feet to the top. They get caught though and get in different sorts of trouble. I didn't like this book because it was very heavy on religion, if religion doesn't even slightly interest you I don?t even suggest you pick it up. The kids in this book aren?t mature at all for their age. I expected more out of the characters and expected to see them change more than they did, but in the end, the outcasts they were to begin with remained outcasts. I felt this book didn?t evolve as much as it should have and it doesn?t have a really good closure at the end either. I don?t suggest it.
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