Bingo Under the Crucifix

Bingo Under the Crucifix The twisted eccentric characters in this hilarious metaphor stretching novel are ripped straight from today s tabloids a man obsessed with Spiderman whose ir responsibility has reached such epic pro

  • Title: Bingo Under the Crucifix
  • Author: Laurie Foos
  • ISBN: 9781566891332
  • Page: 285
  • Format: Paperback
  • The twisted, eccentric characters in this hilarious metaphor stretching novel are ripped straight from today s tabloids a man obsessed with Spiderman, whose ir responsibility has reached such epic proportions that he literally reverts to being a newborn and a homecoming queen who secretly gives birth in the locker room during halftime, then claims the infant was kidnappeThe twisted, eccentric characters in this hilarious metaphor stretching novel are ripped straight from today s tabloids a man obsessed with Spiderman, whose ir responsibility has reached such epic proportions that he literally reverts to being a newborn and a homecoming queen who secretly gives birth in the locker room during halftime, then claims the infant was kidnapped by aliens Foos s satirical genius strikes funny, bittersweet chords about women, men, and responsibility gone haywire.The author of three novels, Laurie Foos grew upon Long Island and currently lives in Massachusetts.

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    One thought on “Bingo Under the Crucifix”

    1. This was weird. I read "The Blue Girl" a couple months ago and was puzzled all the way around but I saw "Bingo Under the Crucifix" and the premise was fascinating enough to draw me in. Unfortunately it ended and I was just as puzzled as before. I love the idea of the story and I really liked the main character, Chloe, and some of the other side characters, but this alone didn't carry the book for me. I felt like I was skimming along the surface, waiting to dive in deeper. With the completion of [...]

    2. Wow. This was pretty much one of the worst books I've ever read. I tried, I really tried to read it all the way through, but there was no more need for me to torture myself with this thing. It got more confusing and ridiculous as I turned each page. Between the brother regressing to infancy, the Spider-man obsession, the prom queen leaving the abortion and the main character who just chain smokes constantly, I could not deal with it any more. I only got up to chapter 7 and then had to give up fo [...]

    3. Laurie, my former writing teacher, is such a smart writer--and a wonderful person! Her books haven't taken off yet, but I loved this one--weird and wacky "experimental fiction"--whatever that means. I just think her stuff is fun to read. Totally original.

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