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Holy Cow: A Modern-Day Dairy Tale

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Re: Holy Cow: A Modern-Day Dairy Tale

Post by Sabine on Sun 2 Nov - 12:48

That sounds good.

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Post by rebel49 on Mon 3 Nov - 9:17

Thanks Sir!

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Post by sir on Thu 13 Nov - 1:35

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Post by mulderandscully on Thu 13 Nov - 14:21

Oh I'll bet it is a good book; all of the reviews I've read have been positive.
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Post by Ballantrae on Thu 20 Nov - 13:50

Thanks ... I've been wondering who'd done the illustrations.  Smile
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Post by mulderandscully on Tue 2 Dec - 14:00

Thanks for posting the pic. Ohhh nice, how do we get one of these?
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Post by maddy13 on Tue 2 Dec - 15:37

I know. I want one too. Thanks for the picture.
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Re: Holy Cow: A Modern-Day Dairy Tale

Post by sir on Fri 5 Dec - 9:33

DAVID DUCHOVNY WROTE A COW NOVEL
Posted by Cat on December 05, 2014

Celebrities seem to get a free pass to the book world. You've got your Steve Martins, who surprise you with their talent and successfully remake themselves as Renaissance Persons (bonus points for banjo). You've got your Tina Feys and Amy Poehlers, who should write a million more books, please, oh please. You've got your James Francos, who would keep doing what they're doing regardless of what we think of them. You've got your Macaulay Culkins, who we just wish would stop.

And then there's David Duchovny, aka Fox Mulder from "The X-Files," who wrote a cow novel.



Coming in February from FSG, Holy Cow is a "dairy tale," a "cow-based theological odyssey" narrated by Elsie Bovary, a cow who understands texting, wears mascara and uses phrases like "cray cray."

One night, when Elsie and her BFF Mallory sneak out of their pasture, Elsie finds herself drawn to the farmhouse, where the TV—"Box God"—reveals what goes on at a terrible place called an "industrial meat farm." Elsie, along with a Jewish pig and a suave turkey, makes a daring escape and heads to the airport. Their grand adventure will inadvertently unite Israelis and Palestinians.

What do you think, readers? Plan to check out Holy Cow?

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Post by Duchovny on Fri 5 Dec - 9:36

thank you Sir
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Post by rebel49 on Thu 18 Dec - 8:13

Thanks, Sir!

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Post by Sabine on Thu 18 Dec - 9:51

Thanks Sir, cover looks great. I want the audio book.
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Re: Holy Cow: A Modern-Day Dairy Tale

Post by mulderandscully on Thu 18 Dec - 15:24

Thanks Sir. I can't wait to read his book.
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