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Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part V: Lamb, Chapter 23 - 24 Summary

Christopher Moore
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Part V: Lamb, Chapter 23 - 24 Summary

The modern Biff finishes reading the Gospels, and he finds fault with them all. The complete story is not told, and Biff promises to fix this situation.

Two months after leaving India, Biff and Joshua arrive in Kabul. They visit with Joy, known to the townspeople as the Cruel and Accursed Dragon Princess, an identity she promotes for security reasons. Joy is as beautiful as ever and wears more jewelry. Joshua tells Joy about the wonderful things he has learned from the Magi, which draws Biff into the enthusiasm. They stay for four days with Joy and appreciate her hospitality, then trade the elephant for camels and continue their journey.

A windstorm comes up in the high desert, driving Joshua and Biff into Antioch, where Joshua discovers an inn by knocking his head against the hanging sign hard. This...

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