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The J Affect

Burstin, Peter

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ISBN 10: 0975974807 / ISBN 13: 9780975974803
Published by FS Laurel Pr. 2005, 2005
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(No Edition Stated). Very Good/No Dust Jacket. 8vo hardcover, 307+ pages. Khaki cloth boards & binding w/ silver lettering/design have light edge wear. Text features Jahbb, an African Bushman; Jophus, a woman of Moses's time; Jesus; and a fourth J given by God. Told in four parts, the story observes the decline of the world, the raising of the true Child, and the meaning of life!. Bookseller Inventory # t1014

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Title: The J Affect

Publisher: FS Laurel Pr. 2005

Publication Date: 2005

Binding: Hardcover

Edition: First Edition

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Jahbb, an African Bushman; Jophus, a woman of Moses' time; and Jesus. In this fictional work, God has given the fourth J. Transported through time, in a series of vivid dreams, the narrator, a modern prophet, meets the three previous Js who introduce him to the history of human faith. A true messiah, J is born in an apartment on Perry Street in New York City to be raised far from the public eye. The Vatican sends three representatives to raise the assumed Child, Bob Duffy, born down the hall. Bob and his family are whisked into a life of luxury and coddled by the Catholic Church. A reporter and a priest commit themselves to fitting the pieces of the puzzle together. Told in four parts, the story observes the decline of the world, the raising of the True Child, and the meaning of life.

About the Author:

After fleeing home at the age of 12 due to fears of Middle America, Peter Burstin sauntered about the planet, ending up in New York City. Shortly after arriving in New York at age 17, he had his publishing debut with the publication of poems by Free Illinois Press. He has not stopped writing since. Having written a few plays for the theatre, he then turned to film. He did not care for the film industry, and was left feeling befuddled. So he sat alone behind his Mac, typing away.

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