A Novel of Political and Religious Satire
From the very beginning of the Universe, to primitive man’s invention of Time, through the distant future when countless souls populate vast swaths of empty space, Valhalla shows us what really becomes of mankind when we let the politicians run the show.
* * * * * Five-star review by Pope Mel
That’s really all that matters.
Having enough insurance AND having the RIGHT KIND of insurance can save you from an eternity of jury duty.
It’s all explained here, in Jasper Grawl’s delightfully hilarious book. Indeed, Grawl has an answer for everything, and is more than happy to explain the universe’s many kinks and peccadilloes.
–Who cares about stealing candy from babies when the real crime is “giving candy to a baby in the first place. Who does that?”
–Need to increase attendance at your church or synagogue? Hand out brochures that say “Just have sex as much as and with whomever you like!”
–In a political race, even an unqualified candidate can win with a platform of “F*** taxes!”, “Yay puppies!” and “This Bud’s for you!”
Grawl’s novel is absurdist in nature, yet wholly believable. He’s got us humans nailed down, or possibly pinned to a flannel-covered board for easier study. He knows what makes us tick-a-tick-a-tick and he’s not afraid to use it against us.
Strange, funny and completely unexpected, this book is very Vonnegurtish… Vonneguterrific… Vonnegutteral – Yes! That’s the one! – very Vonnegutteral – managing to skewer religion, business, politics, and everything else in its path.
And, it’s even better than Matlock.
* * * * * Five-star Review by Galen