DBC Pierre (the dark horse underdog who surprised the literary world by winning the 2003 Booker Prize) divulges the hidden workings of his rebellious Columbine-inspired novel: His narrator, a disguised St. Peter, retells Christ's story, using a uniquely profane American vernacular.
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