Top positive review
So Much Fun
on August 11, 2017
Nate Quinn is a researcher studying the song of the humpback whale. He's feeling discouraged, though, and irrelevant: "...a sack of borrowed atoms lumpily arranged in a Nate shape." Things start to change when, out on the water, he spots the words "Bite me" inscribed on the flukes of a whale he's observing. Determined to prove it was real and not his imagination, Nate decides to dive with the whale to get a photograph of the words. Instead, he finds himself inside the whale. Zanyness ensues.
I've never met a Christopher Moore book I didn't like, and this one is no exception. The characters are likeable and well-developed. The plot is nutty but coherent. It's just a big pile of fun - five stars.