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You have to have a warped sense to humor to appreciate Christopher Moore.Published 6 hours ago by Mike
Christopher Moore's first book, like later books, starts with an absurd, supernatural premise. It proceeds along a crooked road, stopping along the way to make the reader laugh at... Read morePublished 8 days ago by MJ Schirmer
I have been a long time fan of Christopher Moore, and this book is no exception. The trilogy with Catch and Pine Cove has fun, adventure and a lot of laughsPublished 25 days ago by a. mcvey
Not bad at all. It's a first run and I heard Mr Moore gets better. He did enough with this book to get a second try.Published 27 days ago by Mark
I liked A Dirty Job so I thought I'd give his first book a try. Was not disappointed. Can't wait to read the next one!Published 1 month ago by Drunk Jimmy
How could it of taken me so long to find Christopher Moore. He is a super genius. Way entertaining.. and so so funny. Got a bunch of books to read through now!Published 1 month ago by @bradwyman
It was an OK book but not good enough that I'm interested in picking up any more of the author's works.Published 1 month ago by Ginger Livingston
I read this when it first came out. Decided to reread it due to the same old, same old, on Amazon. (Hint, hint.) It's still refreshingly different and still five star. Read morePublished 1 month ago by spike