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Antelopes: A Modern Gulliver's Travels (Religion Derision)

alias11 Reviewed in the United States on February 22, 2022

Engaging and entertaining, though some points are overdone
I enjoyed this engaging and entertaining follow-up to 'The Isis Affair.' The boys are back for more strange encounters and prosaic observations. I liked the quotes interspersed throughout. They were amusing and made me laugh. Some of the points seemed overdone (to me), like beating a dead horse; however overall it was a fun and entertaining read

Angie Hardy Good February 7, 2021

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It was a cool book I liked it. A crazy book.

Karenb Good February 7, 2021

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Very weird but very funny

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    David Rich was an assistant AG and law professor, retiring in his 40s to become a full-time traveler, living in almost every country on the planet while writing dozens of travel stories. Myths of the Tribe, when religion and ethics diverge (Prometheus Books 1993) examined the influence of organized religion on ethics, 2nd ed. 2019. RV the World, 2nd ed., 2018, combines his seventeen-year tour of 170 countries with lots of practical advice. In 2019 David wrote The ISIS Affair, a satire on religion and nationalism in Syria and Scribes of the Tribe. our greatest thinkers on religion and ethics. His latest book is Antelopes, a modern-day Gulliver’s Travels, published Nov. 2020.

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