-- The Book of Jonah by Joshua Max Feldman.
If he thought about it – and he rarely had – he would have allowed the possibility of something Almighty-ish: some sort of vague and unfathomable field of enormous but inscrutable power. He thus understood divinity the way most people understand Wi-Fi.
Young Manhattan attorneys aren't likely candidates for biblical visions, which is what makes Feldman's modern retake on the Jonah Bible story so fresh and wonderful.
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