Boredom may be the worst form of punishment. Rich Walters expresses his disdain for boredom by writing this book in a genre he calls "edutainment"--a style that causes you to laugh as you learn.
During the author's long experience as a counseling psychologist he saw that many problems were rooted in confusion about the meaning of life or in weak commitment to God's principles. This whimsical short work of fiction grabs hold of real life issues and shakes them until they reach out to touch the stability of truth found in authentic Christian living.
In this book, young radio personality, Philo Beenapper, is on a quest for answers to unsettled questions in his own life. His interviews with quirky people on the city streets run the gamut from silly to tragic, and point to the futility of godless attempts to find meaning in fame, money, the arts, sex, or entertainment. Co-mingled with his search for meaning is the seductive allure of Ellie who is searching for a romantic diversion from her grouchy husband, Kurt.
It is a light-hearted short book designed to help you enjoy reflecting on signfiicant issues as you watch some oddball folks wrestle with important decisions (and even with each other). It all ends well, including sparing the life of Brenda, the World's Tallest Chicken. WHAT???