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Good to Be God

A darkly hilarious tale of a perennially unlucky man who, in anything-goes Miami, commits to the ultimate stolen identity scheme-playing God Using the credit card and identity of a handcuff salesman, professional failure Tyndale Corbett arrives in Miami for a law enforcement conference to discover the joys of luxury hotels and above all the delight of being someone else, someone successful. Feeling his previous lack of success might be due to insufficient ambition, Tyndale decides on a new money-making scheme. He will up the ante substantially and exponentially, and pretend to be someone reall

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  • "A darkly hilarious tale of a perennially unlucky man who, in anything-goes Miami, commits to the ultimate stolen identity scheme-playing God Using the credit card and identity of a handcuff salesman, professional failure Tyndale Corbett arrives in Miami for a law enforcement conference to discover the joys of luxury hotels and above all the delight of being someone else, someone successful. Feeling his previous lack of success might be due to insufficient ambition, Tyndale decides on a new money-making scheme. He will up the ante substantially and exponentially, and pretend to be someone reall"@en
  • "Tyndale Corbett is at last successful, living a luxurious life on a friend's credit card and identity. Tasting success, he believes he just hasn't been ambitious enough in the past and decides to aim higher with a new money-making scheme: pretending to be God."
  • "A darkly hilarious tale of a perennially unlucky man who, in anything-goes Miami, commits to the ultimate stolen identity schemeplaying God Using the credit card and identity of a handcuff salesman, professional failure Tyndale Corbett arrives in Miami for a law enforcement conference to discover the joys of luxury hotels and above all the delight of being someone else, someone successful. Feeling his previous lack of success might be due to insufficient ambition, Tyndale decides on a new money-making scheme. He will up the ante substantially and exponentially, and pretend to be someone really important and successfulGod. His mission to convince the citizenry of Miami that he is, despite appearances, the Supreme Being, results in him taking over the Church of the Heavily Armed Christ. His duties there involve him in forming a private army, hiring call girls, trafficking coke, issuing death threats, beating off church-jackers, and sorting out (as almightily as possible) various problems his parishioners are having with pets. All the while he is working on his grand project, the clincher miracledying and coming back to life."@en
  • "Professional failure Tyndale attends a conference in place of a salesman friend and discovers that he is successful. Tyndale decides on a new money-making scheme. He will pretend to be someone really successful: God."

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  • "Ausgabe"

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  • "Good to Be God"@en
  • "Good to be God"
  • "Good to be God"@en