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The Unfortunate Adventures of Tom Hillingthwaite: A Novel

The Unfortunate Adventures of Tom Hillingthwaite: A Novel
Andy Kind's 'The Unfortunate Adventures of Tom Hillingthwaite' might just be the funniest book to have come out of Christendom. It's certainly the first in a new line of comedy novels to arise from the growing number of active Christians on the UK comedy circuit.
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ISBN/EAN: 9780857214324
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Publisher: MONARCH BOOKS
Author: Kind Andy
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In this book, you'll meet Tom; a faithful and totally hapless Community Builder. Most of us will recognise both his sense of hopefulness and his social awkardness, and laugh and cry with him along the journey as Tom tries his hardest to bless his neighbours and sow seeds in a spiritual waste ground. But this is a book that avoids the potential pitfalls of cheesiness and tweeness of so-called Christian comedy. It's more 'Rev' than 'Vicar of Dibley'. Here, you will find no easy fix, no Deus ex Machina. 'The Unfortunate Adventures of Tom Hillingthwaite' is a work of fiction that will feel incredibly real to many. This is an exciting, unexpected and pioneering novel which merges Andy Kind's skills from a decade on the comedy circuit with his knowledge of a decade as a Christian. Standing on the shoulders of the great Adrian Plass, and influence also by the likes of Evelyn Waugh and P.G. Wodehouse, this book might well be ushering in a new era for comedy writing within the Christian world.
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