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The Gospel According To Larry

by Janet Tashjian

The Gospel According To Larry by Janet Tashjian X
The Gospel According To Larry by Janet Tashjian
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  • First Published:
    Oct 2001, 227 pages

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    May 2003, 256 pages

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Kayla

I absolutely loved this book!!! I love how it was written and I made me wonder if I was fiction or not. In fact I still wonder!!!! - Kayla, 15
ally

Brilliant! Even though, according to the big F for fiction on the side of the book, it felt so real that it took my reading to a whole new extreme. I learned so much, and it really made me think hard- I have heard that it is about Kert Kobain- is this true?
melissa

i loved this book! it really meant alot to me and helped me see the world behind the advertising and media.
jordan

( AGE 14 ) I think this book is really great. Ifind it to be true, according to Larry's website
mandy

Oh, by the way I loved the book!


aFTER YOU'VE READ THE BOOK GO TO WWW.THEGOSPELACCORDINGTOLARRY.COM i REALLY THIN THIS IS A TRUE STORY. aCCORDING TO THE MAP AT THE LARRY WEBSITE HE IN BOULDER CO AT THE U.OF CO. ITS A GREAT BOOK! I MAY BE STUPID BUT IM SURE ITS A TRUE STORY!
Gumby

this book is exciting, but confusing over if it is fact or fiction
DragonHawk

I grabbed this book off the shelf at my local library, never expecting to actually like it when i read it. I only took it because I hadnt read it yet, and it was the first book i came accross that Looked even remotely interesting. But boy was i wrong!
This book amazed me. And, no kidding, i got it at 9:00, began to read at about 11:30, and i didnt put it down once, untill i finnished it. wich was at about 3:00 in the morning. And then, crazy thing, i woke up dreaming about it. And that has never happend to me before. I have read many books, and stayed up late many times. But never once dreamed about a book i had read.
This book has left an Impact on me, in more ways than one. When i began reading the letter from the author, i was like: "okay so this is a true story." and then, getting into the book itself, i was amazed at the things that happened. i began to wonder if it was, infact, true. after all it was published as Fiction.
Now i Honestly have no idea what to believe, but i will believe in the messsage of the story.
And i will believe in myself.

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