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Thoughtful, irreverent, and often hilarious, Moore has crafted a tale that contains a bit of the saga of declining whale populations due to hunting and habitat destruction, as well as his over-the-top, decadent wit as applied to scientific methodology and professional jealousies. Moore notes a pasty, rival scientist "looked like Death out for his after-dinner stroll before a busy night of e-mailing heart attacks and tumors to a few million lucky winners," and that killer whales (which are all named Kevin), are "just four tons of doofus dressed up like a police car." Smart, sincere, and a whale of a story, Fluke is terrific. --Michael Ferch --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
This book is a quick, fun read that will leave you laughing out loud at times.
The plot overall is as crazy and unexpected as you would expect from Moore, but seems to drag a little toward the end.
When you read the book you really feel like you know the characters and you'll learn some nifty facts about whales.
Like most of Moore’s books, this is an entertaining read. The funny parts made me laugh out loud in public! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Citychiclifestyle
If you like mystery, intrigue, whales, and reality stretching story-lines, try Fluke. It's in line with Mr. Moore's other works and if you like his stuff, you will enjoy this too. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Revhellhouund
He has a humorous style which is fun but the story became very far out for my taste.Published 2 months ago by Scott R Cooley
Ive read this book so many times over the years that I have it memorized. :) extremely witty, and mercilessly intriguing.Published 2 months ago by jshedd
This another "stand alone" book by Christopher Moore. His books are books that can be read over and over, and you most times you find something new. Read morePublished 3 months ago by The Old Man "Steve", Nampa, Id.
Christopher Moore's hilarious and intelligent writing style kept me thinking about this book constantly, even after I finished reading it. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Arielle Katarina
This book is, in my opinion, not that great for readers of my age (14-18, so I wouldn't recommend it for anyone younger than 18). Read morePublished 4 months ago by Diane Miller