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Christopher Moore

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Books by Christopher Moore


Fool (2009)

Fool is crass and vulgar and ridiculous and really quite entertaining. As a Shakespeare nerd and a fan of the original character of the fool in King Lear, I was pretty excited to read this retelling of Lear from the fool's perspective. It was better than I was expecting it to be, and the backstor...

Fool (2009) by Christopher Moore

Sacre Blue (2000)

I'm not a Christopher Moore reader so I was fascinated reading the other reviews and learning about his books. I'll say this -- he is imaginative and his creativity is fantastic. I read this book because I'm gong to Paris. I think I may be lead astray because I can't get his account of the artist...

Sacre Blue (2000) by Christopher Moore

Sacré Bleu: A Comedy d'Art (2012)

Something that started pretty well, giving the picture of 19th century Monmartre, turned into a dull and repetitive story of the colour blue. Found the first half of the book rather enjoyable: plenty of real historical figures (a bit grotesque, but that's what you expect), art, brothels, and a my...

Sacré Bleu: A Comedy d'Art (2012) by Christopher Moore

The Griff: A Graphic Novel (2011)

Stefon Uwaezuoke The Griff Review This Graphic novel, The...

The Griff: A Graphic Novel (2011) by Christopher Moore

Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff, Christ's Childhood Pal (2004)

What I remember from CCD:•tIt was Tuesday nights and that meant that I missed Who’s the Boss•tAll the really obnoxious cheerleaders went to my church (Our Lady of Perpetual Help-OLPH!)•tI had to go to CCD so I could get confirmed or I couldn’t get married in a church (so I was told every time I ...

Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff, Christ's Childhood Pal (2004) by Christopher Moore

Fluke: Or, I Know Why the Winged Whale Sings (2004)

Why do humpback whales sing?This is the basic theme behind the story contained in this book. I picked it up because whales are one of my favorite animals, and I have always loved listening to their singing. Also, I hadn't read a funny book in a while, and needed a break from the 'serious' stuff.I...

Fluke: Or, I Know Why the Winged Whale Sings (2004) by Christopher Moore

You Suck (2007)

3.5 stars You Suck: A Love Story is a hilarious romp through San Francisco. The book focuses on Jody and Tommy, two new fledgling vampires and their rather unconventional love. Jody bites Tommy and makes him a vampire. He is not too happy with his new condition, but is easily distracted by Jody ...

You Suck (2007) by Christopher Moore

Bloodsucking Fiends (2004)

2 Words that describe the book: Vampire comedy3 Settings where it took place or characters you met:* Setting: Modern-day San Francisco* Jody—A fledgling vampire who had her new lifestyle thrust upon her with no warning or choice, Jody is trying her best to make sense of her new undead lifestyle. ...

Bloodsucking Fiends (2004) by Christopher Moore

Island of the Sequined Love Nun (2004)

Island of the Sequined Love Nun, by humor writer Christopher Moore, begins with a ne’er-do-well pilot named Tucker Case, hanging upside down from a breadfruit tree, about to be a cannibal’s next meal. After crashing a plane belonging to the Mary Jean Cosmetic Corporation, he gets a job offer from...

Island of the Sequined Love Nun (2004) by Christopher Moore

A Dirty Job (2006)

This is a lot of silliness blended with charm and heart and it could just be what the doctor ordered. The medicine was strong for me. I can only take so much laughing in one sitting, and the drug starts to lose its power. The madcap plot takes you over the top into a land where a bumbling swee...

A Dirty Job (2006) by Christopher Moore

Practical Demonkeeping (2004)

holy crap,this book. was. effing bad there must be a logical explanation for it. the logical explanation is: christopher moore, you used to be a very stinky writer. i'm not sure what happened between "practical demonkeeping" and "a dirty job", but i'm guessing it was nothing short of a...

Practical Demonkeeping (2004) by Christopher Moore

Coyote Blue (2004)

Durante il viaggio a Bruxelles mi sono “regalato” la lettura del secondo (in ordine di scrittura) libro di quel genio mai troppo lodato che è Christopher Moore, “Coyote Blue”, tradotto con “Il ritorno del Dio Coyote” (opinabile, ma quanto meno fedele al contenuto del romanzo).Avendo a disposizion...

Coyote Blue (2004) by Christopher Moore

The Stupidest Angel: A Heartwarming Tale of Christmas Terror (2008)

While looking for a Christmas book for our reading group this December, that was not saccharine or sweet, I came across this. I had not read anything by Christopher Moore before and so I was not sure what to expect; but this is certainly not saccharine - just very, very funny. Many of the charact...

The Stupidest Angel: A Heartwarming Tale of Christmas Terror (2008) by Christopher Moore

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