There Is No Dog
What if God were a teenaged boy? In the beginning, Bob created the heavens and the earth and the beasts of the field and the creatures of the sea, and twenty-five million other species (including lots of cute girls). But mostly he prefers eating junk food and leaving his dirty clothes in a heap at the side of his bed. Every time he falls in love, Earth erupts in natural disasters, and it's usually Bob's beleaguered assistant, Mr. B., who is left cleaning up the mess. So humankind is going to be very sorry indeed that Bob ever ran into a beautiful, completely irresistible girl called Lucy . . .
- Paperback | 272 pages
- 137 x 208 x 20mm | 272g
- 07 Mar 2013
- United States
..".earns its place among the sharpest-witted tours de force of recent memory." -- Kirkus, starred review "Wildly inventive and laugh-out-loud funny..." -- Booklist, starred review ..".there's no denying that Rosoff's writing and sense of humor are a force of nature..." -- Publishers Weekly, starred review "Cheeky and subversive." -- Horn Book, starred review "Rosoff has a good time with her hunky, ne'r-do-well deity . . ." -- The Washington Post
About Meg Rosoff
Meg Rosoff (www.megrosoff.co.uk) was born in Boston and currently lives in London with her husband and daughter. Her debut novel, How I Live Now, won the Michael L. Printz Award and was an ALA Best Book for Young Adults. Her second novel, Just in Case, won the 2007 CILIP Carnegie Medal and was an ALA Best Book for Young Adults. What I Was, Rosoff's third novel, was short-listed for the 2008 CILIP Carnegie Medal. Her previous novel with Penguin, There Is No Dog, received four starred reviews.