Jeremiah the Friar

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Jeremiah the Friar is a monk filled with joy, awe. . . and a certain awkward lack of incompetence. Frank Evers is best known for his work on the Op-Ed page of the New York Daily News and other newspapers, which brought him the National Cartoonist Society’s Editorial Cartoon Award in 1979. But getting away from the topic of the day, he drew these fun-filled chronicles of this spirited man of the cloth.

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  • Publisher:About Comics
  • Date postings: September 16, 2018
  • Cover: Paperback
  • Tongue: English
  • ISBN-10: 1936404974
  • ISBN-13: 978-1936404971
  • Dimensions:5.5 x 0.2 x 8.5 inches
  • Weight: 5.1 ounces
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    • Toornwerd, Netherlands

    • 2019-06-21 17:44

    I found myself bored with this schedule. It took me a wise to get in the mood to actually read it. I felt the same forward motion about "To the Ninths." I think it was because I read "Visions of carbohydrate Plums" and almost threw up at how stupid it was. To take such an outrageous yet sensibility grounded character as Stephanie Plum and put her in a realm of super lives who can create lightening, and other strange things ruined it. So scrutiny that left a sour feel in my cheek going into the 9th and 10th books. And that was after a steady shoot through 1-8. Anyway getting back to this schedule I did enjoy the comatose at Soldiers profession thing, and the upshot with Journey zooming in on a institution bus, screaming "lets shake and drape" and mowing down a gang with some kind of automatic pistol, had me laughing out loud far more than any other Stephanie plum three winks from any of the previous books. So I would give this 4/5 for being pretty great after finally getting past the annoyance left over from the Christmas schedule. I haven’t read or looked into any of the other between the whole numbers books, but if they are all like that one they're not my feel.