Oh man - this book deserves so much more recognition and publicity than it's getting!
I have printed it all out and am reading it as a regular book on paper now (didn't know my printer could print duplex, but it could).
I've come as far as the tale of how Samson lit the fire, and I'm in stitches! I'm laughing my ass off here!
You've really done a great job of writing this in an entertaining way, and I salute you for your intelligence and the astute manner in which you have put this forth. Most people, probably myself included, would just read right past these verses and never think twice about them, but you pick up on the smallest things that are actually quite important once you flesh out the details and the numbers and calculations behind it.
It's a very enjoyable read. Sure - apologists have replies to some of these things (I can sometimes hear my JW conditioning echo in the back of my head while I read), but most of the time they need to add things to the story that aren't there, in an effort to build scaffolding that the story can rest on. But the Word of God shouldn't need scaffolding in the first place, as you also point out.
I wish Bible believers would read this as well, and appreciate the absurd comedy in it.