Friday, September 3, 2010


"In his newest fictional romp through the real tale behind the human gene pool, author
O.E. Vey lets readers know how the human race got so messed up and how God discovers
Levi, the only human on the planet who has the right genes to clean up earlier divine
errors in our creation.

Orlando, FL - July 9, 2010 - Author O.E. Vey announces the release of the first work of
his Levi Trilogy, The Levi Genes. In this hilarious and thought provoking novel, O.E.
Vey takes up, in his own pleasingly quirky and entertaining style, the two most important
questions in human history: "How did we get here?" and "Who's our daddy?"

Reviewing human history to point out myriad examples of the mistakes that have filled
our gene pool, O.E. Vey documents for the first time the real role of God, who is actually
a student at the Universe University learning to create and develop intelligent, self-
adapting life here on earth, his laboratory. God - whose real name, by the way, is
Giuseppe O'Neil Djibouti - is now nearing the end of his schooling and the author notes
he must successfully complete his project before the end of this school term.

Recognizing his earlier, inexperienced mistakes with our gene pool, God lights on Levi,
whose unique possession of the Levi genes makes him the one human of planet earth
capable of correcting God's earlier laboratory blunders and saving his school project.

The Levi Genes holds nothing back and spares no one to find out if we were hatched,
planted, or created; or maybe we descended from some far distant aliens. O.E. Vey
brazenly offers the truth about God, evolution and our as yet imperfect gene pool.

"If you can't handle the truth," suggests the author, "pretend it's all just a made up story.
You'll sleep better that way."

About the book:

The Levi Genes by O.E. Vey
ISBN: 978-1-4327-2607-2
Publisher: Outskirts Press
Date of publish: June 17, 2010
Pages: 327
S.R.P.: $18.95

About the author:

O.E. Vey's first novel, The Levi Genes, is soon to be followed by its sequels, The Mark of
Levi and The Return of Levi. Always fascinated by the free entertainment provided by his
fellow humans, O.E. Vey has for many years been collecting historical anecdotes and
stories from his imagination."

I have to admit that when I read about this book, I was nervous that it would be rather boring!!!

To my utter surprise, it wasn't!!

I found the way that the author teaches you about Genes and our history was hilarious!!

The only thing I didn't like was finding out my worth in the grand scheme of things.

All though the author warns you not to do the test on yourself, I did.

I wasn't as bad off as some people I know, but I wasn't queen of the world either!!

I think this book would be a perfect teaching tool for kids learning about where we come from in a more detailed manor.

You can get your own copy on
Amazon for $13.64


Unknown said...

Did you ever read the "Peanuts" cartoon where Lucy is worrying that the heavy rain, thunder and lightning will bring an end to the whole world? Charlie Brown reminds her that God gave us rainbows to remind us that He promised to never destroy the world by flood again. Lucy says, "Well,that gives me peace of mind." and Charlie Brown says, "Good theology does that."
I can't read stuff with bad theology. It doesn't help anybody's peace of mind.

Anonymous said...

If you think being spammed by a badly written "satire" which isn't funny and uses poor science and worse theology to argue that babies should be abandoned in dumpsters somehwo constitutes a "Good" book...well, you're not much more than a shill, are you?

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