The blurb I would put on my book if I wrote it

Tyler Dee’s Palpable Eden about modern man’s dilemma in facing an angry God because of his great folly is outrageously contagious and sorrowfully bone-breaking as Malek tries to undo the goodness of the most lovable characters the novel has yet to know who are character driven and as the surreal plot unwinds one finds oneself cheering them on in the tradition of Rocky and Pilgrim’s Progress. Will Malek face his maker? Will Sunshine and gang turn everything on its head? Will there be any irony or will we have to make do with a corny sense of humor?


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