There Is No Dog

There Is No Dog

Book - 2011
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What if God were a feckless teenage boy named Bob?

You can't leave Bob to run the planet on his own.'
'He is God.'
'He's not much of a God.'

In the beginning, Bob created the heaven and the earth and the beasts of the field and the creatures of the sea, and twenty-five million other species (including lots of fanciable girls).
But mostly he prefers eating junk food and leaving his dirty clothes in a mouldering heap at the side of his bed.

When Bob plays with mortals, millions die. And every time he falls in love, earth erupts in natural disasters. So humankind is going to be very sorry indeed he ever ran into a beautiful, completely irresistible girl called Lucy . . .

'My top choice for summer. An astounding crossover novel. Profoundly funny, it's a masterpiece and not to be missed.' Amanda Craig, The Times

'One of the most exciting things about Rosoff is that she takes risks - and never more than in this funny and original novel... Press this book into the hands of every feckless teenage boy you know.' Daily Mail

'There really isn't another young adult novel like There Is No Dog . . . One must simply revel in the joyful singularity of Rosoff's latest masterpiece.' Anthony McGowan, The Guardian

'Best premise for a book ever. Unlike anything I have ever read before. Made me a laugh my ass off on many occasions.' - Blogger, raymentsreadingsrantsandramblings.blogspot.com

Publisher: London : Penguin, 2011.
ISBN: 9780141327167
0141327162
9780141327174
Branch Call Number: YOUNG ADULT FICTION
Characteristics: 242 p. ;,23 cm.

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