Saturday, October 10, 2009

The Reformation of Wolfshausen

Teil Vierzig
To hear Brudder Daniel read, click on the holy man and his likely young gentleman.

To read this week's episode, referee the wrestling match at left.

The story so far is here.


TLP said...

Daniel did a good job.

That Julia. What is she up too?

javajazz said...

wow, Brudder's got
a most excellent
reading voice!
that was very
professional sounding!

k. riggs gardner said...

I, for one, can't resist the temptation to murder him.

cooper said...

ah beware the pre post modern Czech evangelical.

"Perhaps you will not admit that you are quaint, exotic or foreign. But look to the man, women and child beside you and tell me, does he or she not have French eyes and a Muslim expression?"

I loved this paragraph.

Doug The Una said...

I'm guessing 5'5" or so, TLP.

Thanks, JJ. You'd like Dan, an excellent amateur singer.

Karen, I guess the sermon didn't work for you, then.

Thanks, Coop. Yeah, pre post-modern czech protestants are some of the worst.

Thanks, Actonbell. I'm still not sure what kind of guy he is and I'm curious, too.

k. riggs gardner said...

Why would you think this sermon didn't work for me? I love Vater Karl - so far, his dialog has been funny satire. Dan's reading is great!

I'm under the impression this tale is a weekend parable which takes place in 16th-century Germany.

Reality check - tomorrow is Monday.

Brudder Daniel said...

Ooh, I'm feeling all pumped up by the compliments. I should read more often. Believe me the professionalism is all in the iPhone 3G (I say that to keep Doug jealous!)

k. riggs gardner said...

Oh good-bye cruel world! What ever will I do? I'll never know what happens to the evangelical giant!

Doug The Una said...

That's my impression, too, Karen.

Dan, you need to add the S, then. Thanks for lending your phone.

Karen, having read all of the author's work, it's a safe bet nothing too dramatic will happen with him.

Jamie Dawn said...

Terrific reading by Daniel! I'm saying that with Muslim eyes, a French expression, and a dash of Hickness.