|Live from Golgotha (1992) [Novel]|
by Gore Vidal
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(From the publisher):
Imagine that all records of the Sacred Story are being erased electronically by a malevolent computer hacker. Imagine a tap-dancing St. Paul with a taste for sexy disciples and an unrelenting eye for the fiscal bottom line and the Holy Rolodex. Imagine that several twentieth-century TV networks are competing murderously for exclusive rights to televise the Crucifixion—with Timothy (later St. Timothy) as anchorperson. These are just the opening salvos in Gore Vidal's deliriously funny assault funny assault on conventional religious, sexual, and commercial mores—not to mention the laws of space and time.
Original title: Live from Golgotha
Genre: Fiction→ Fantasy→ Time Travel
Fiction→ Religious→ Christianity
Fiction→ General Fiction→ Humor→ Satire