Okay, So Look

"Equally laugh and thought provoking" - A review on Amazon

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Genesis… retold for those of us who could never make it past all those “begats.”

The Book of Genesis has some truly great stories, and is the foundation of many themes that are used again and again in literature. But many of us skip it because we bog down in the long series of "begats." Comedian Micah Edwards applied his comedic skills to his lifelong interest in the Bible, and the result is a funny, but accurate, retelling of The Book of Genesis.

"This book is hilarious." - review at Fill Your Bookshelf.

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Okay, So Look; A Humorous Retelling of the Book of Genesis

by Micah Edwards

"Micah Edwards’ Ok, So Look is intriguing food for thought and substantive fodder for discussion. His thoughtful—and accurate—close reading of the ancient text will prove highly informative for both cynics and traditionalists alike." - Rabbi Arthur Blecher, Washington, DC, Author of “The New American Judaism” (Palgrave, 2007)

ebook: $2.99, 131 pages
paperback: $8.99, 135 pages

Read an excerpt: Raising Cain and We Begin the Begats, two sections from the Adam and Eve chapter of Okay, So Look.

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Praise for Okay, So Look

"Even the 'begats' had me hooked...This book should appeal both to skeptics, and devout believers who are willing to look at their holy text with a sense of humor." - Rachel Whetstone's review on Amazon.

"I've never before wondered what happens next in the Bible, but that's all I kept thinking as I read "Okay, So Look." It's enjoyable, relatable and helped me to finally absorb the story of Genesis. " - a review on Amazon

About the Author

Micah Edwards is a professional comedian and amateur religious scholar, the latter of which has until now mainly presented itself in arguments at parties. He is the world’s foremost authority on his own particular interpretation of the Bible. He is also the author of Ricky’s Spooky House, a tongue-in-cheek kids’ version of Edgar Allan Poe’s The Fall of the House of Usher.

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