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Publisher's Summary

"A virgin birth? A virgin? Her?" God shouted at Freud while recalling his one night stand with Mary. Freud snorted another line of cocaine in celebration, believing that this story would help Nietzsche in his quest to fire God from Heaven Inc. Nietzsche, however, has other problems: the Norse gods are running amok on Earth, his board of directors are in a constant state of chaos, and syphilis pushes him into a past life that he would rather forget. How will he prevail?
Operation Cosmic Teapot takes you on a wild, hilarious ride that explores the relationship between people and gods. Thought-provoking and humorous, the Teapot is sure to leave you wanting more.
©2015 Dylan Callens (P)2017 Dylan Callens
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By Rabid Reader on 08-16-17

Humorous look at religion

This is a humorous look at gods and religion. Various gods and famous dead people are employed in the afterlife in a call centre named Gods.inc., where CEO Nietzsche is trying to get God fired. It had me laughing out loud at many different parts and the narrator did an excellent job. He did the various accents really well and brought out the the humour and sarcasm in the book. From God's psych exam with a drug addicted Freud, to a Twitter using Mazda and the escaped security detail of Asgardian Gods, it's funny, easy to listen to and forms a tongue in cheek story of religions as a business. This story is well written and narrated but might offend if you are a very religious person.

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By Dawn Fuhrman on 08-05-17

A different look at the super powers above.

This story is not for those easily offended. But it is truly a great thought provoking story. What if the Greek Gods and The Jewish/Christian God and all the other gods were working together in a company? This is an ingenious look at how the heavens could be and that there is not one god, but many that watch over their followers. I love how Freud psychoanalysizes God. He asks questions that I am sure others have wondered. It is truly a twist on all of our beliefs.

Derek Botten was perfect for the narration. He was able to distinguish each character and truly sounded as I would have imagined them to sound. Mr Botten has an easy to listen to voice and narrated at a perfect pace.

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