Not sure. Have not read it.
The purchase of the snapping turtles had me laughing out loud.
She was perfect!
Simon. He is hilarious!
Rarely have I enjoyed an audio book so much. Perfect story and performance. Highly recommended!
Third. Christopher Moore is hilarious, but the female character was too needy for me.
The emporer. I love eccentric crazy homeless folk.
It was long so probably not.
Christopher Moore writes great books that are funny but with characters that are human and are well developed and not stereotyped. The narrator is great too
Jodie, she is so well rounded, but the Animals are a close second
I liked the whole book I can't pick a scene
Jodie and Tommy
Read the series in order. Although you can get away with them as individual books, it is easier to read them as they happen. A Dirty Job can be read as an adjunct to this series.
Love this site! I have a very busy job, so listening to audio books enables me to keep up on great stories!
Laugh out loud!
Any moments involving the animals were classic. And almost anything that came out of Tommy's mouth. So goofy, adorable, nerdy, hug-worthy.
The Emperor of course!
I'm so glad I got this! It was so funny! Definitely one of those books you listen to when you need a break from heavy story lines and irritating love triangles. Highly recommend, you'll laugh a lot!
Yes, already have. Great start to the series
Terrifically creative characters. Their contrasts make the novel work.
Possibly the best performer in the entire library.
Laugh Out Loud!
When Tommy first meets the Animals
The Emperor. She gave him a wonderful sense of shabby dignity.
No - I like to draw out the enjoyment.
I adore Christopher Moore. His humor cracks me up. I mean, who else can get away with a Penthouse Letters intro in a chapter and keep it believable? This is the first book in what is - as of last week - a trilogy. I read the second one first and then came back to this one when I realized it existed.
Moore's interpretation of the spiritual realm on Earth and afterlife constantly amaze me. He takes mythical and religious concepts and infuses them with humor and emotion. That's a pretty amazing feat. Tommy's and Jody's journey through a fledgling relationship as each deals with the other's insecurities lends an air of credibility to what would sometimes seem like incredulous events.
Susan Bennett does a terrific job with the narration, and each character is easily discernable. I wish she did more books!
Yes, only if it were on sale.
Her sarcastic tone.
It was an interesting take on a vampire tale.
I am not a vampire aficionado, so I was a little hesitant to choose this book. I had listened to Moore's Fool and enjoyed his irreverent style in that book. This book did not disappoint. You don't need to be a big vampire lit fan for this book, just sit back and enjoy!