I just read Lamb, and LOVED it! It was hilarious! It is, of course, not a book for the easily offended, which may explain part of the reason I liked it so much. I have also read Island of the Sequined Love Nun, which I higly recommend. I can't find any of his other books yet, but I'm working on it.
I just got Lamb but have read Coyote Blue and it was hilarious! I recommend it to all who seek to laugh so hard they cry. But it was kinda sad...at parts....
Reading Lamb right now, bloody awesome book so far, Practical Demonkeeping is a right riot too...check it out:))
OK, I am not giving any spoilers, but I recently finished an ARE of 'You Suck' which is due to come out in January. It is a follow up to Bloodsucking Fiends, but I actually read 'You Suck' first and it stood well enough on it's own. In fact, I liked it quite a bit better. So for all of you who are fans, RUSH out to get in come Jan. I really thought it was almost as good as Lamb, which says a lot as that landed in my top 20.
Just finished 'You Suck'. It's been a long time since I've laughed outloud while reading a book. The characters are great - and great ending. Can't wait to read his others.
Just read The Gospel According to Biff followed by Fluke. Laughed so much I think I've broken a rib or two. Hoping to meet the author at a signing this wek in Scottsdale at the Poisoned Pen.
If you like 'Lamb' then you will love 'Fool,' Moore's latest book. It's a hilarious spoof of King Lear and just came out in hardback.
Moore's books always make me laugh out loud which can cause people around me to give me odd looks. Probably not the best things to read when waiting at airports if you're trying to keep a low profile. Still, lots of fun! Practical Demon Keeping, Island of the Sequined Love Nun, Dirty Job and Lamb are the best of his books so far.
I have read a ton of Chirs Moore books. I have to say my favorite is Fluke. I just think that Fluke starts out much more grounded then any of his other books, then gets even weirder then all of the others.
I think that Dirty Job and Lamb have more interesting character archs, but Fluke is still my favorite.
But I still love all his books.
My first reading of Christopher Moore is underway now. I'm about 2/3 of the way through Sacre Bleu, which is an imaginative (and creatively enhanced) fictional exploration of the impressionist and other painters of late 19th century France. Numerous great works are depicted by small illustrations within the text, and they're collectively worked into the imaginative narrative interestingly and humorously. Not quite sure what to make of it all, but having fun trying to make sense of it!
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