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I've read several of his books, and they are laugh out loud funny.
The research was evident & I appreciated learning a bit about Medieval England, however, I found the story line and characters a little hard to keep track of.
The book is a re-telling of Shakespeare's King Lear told from the perspective of the Palace Fool Pocket.
A wonderfully naughty take on Shakespeare's works with a lot of soul & interestingly worded expletives thrown in for good measure!Published 26 days ago by Lynne-Marie Ellis
Christopher Moore is one of the best writers around these days (smart and funny), and I think Fool is one of his best books ever. Read morePublished 27 days ago by swren1967
Too crude and frankly not very funny. I like Shakespear and he in fact was sometimes a little crude but Moore really overdid it without having Shakespear's quality of writing. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Randolph Matthews MD
As english is not my native language, this book was so hard to follow, I could not finish it. All the humour was lost in translation.Published 1 month ago by Daniela Alvo
Christopher Moore is a great writer and getting Euan Morton to read the book on cd is the funniest thing I have heard in a long time .Published 1 month ago by Marshall R. Rodgers
I'm a Christopher Moore fan, and this was certainly an entertaining read...but it was no Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff. Read morePublished 1 month ago by speaks_volumes