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wTuesday, May 27, 2003

AFTERWORD: The current issue of the Weekly Standard has a brief review by yours truly. An even briefer excerpt:

Mike Bryan's new book is an afterword to his novel The Deity Next Door, which broke "three records on the New York Times fiction list." You shouldn't try to remember this book. The Deity Next Door exists only in the mind of the author, as a metafictional springboard. In talking about his masterpiece, Bryan is really meditating on the nature of belief in our present dispensation. The plot of his phantom novel revolves around the emergence of a modern deity named Blaine, who performs miracles, like Christ, but who also senses this messiah thing might not be his bag.

I may post the whole thing here at some point in the future, but for now you'll have to buy the Standard.

posted by Jeremy at 1:52 PM