this is my first c. moore book. I loved it. I laughed to much. I would recommend this. It is light and fun. I loved the charachter Albe Normal. she was fun
After enjoying "A Dirty Job" I thought I would be entertained, but no such luck. I know the characters are supposed to be juvenile, but I don't care. The book should have been in the "teen" section.
I hate wasting my credits!
a solid book from the author (this is my 4th of his that i have downloaded), but the standout is susan bennett and her reading of Abby Normal's journals. i was laughing out loud pretty much at every one...needless to say, this tends to scare people on the subway. LOL!
Say something about yourself!
loved this book.. the girl was very funny in this.. i mean the teenager girl she cracked me up.. all together a great cast of characters.. i followed this up with lamb. which wasnt bad... two thumbs up and a liter of blood. great book.
If you liked "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and "Clerks" then just imagine if they had a baby it would be "You Suck" I found it very funny. If your taste runs in the direction I mentioned you will enjoy this story, and really get some good laughs.
The first book I listened to by Moore was "A Dirty Job." The dry wit and sarcasim are hilarious, and also creative in the hands of Moore. "You Suck" was another great work by Moore, and the use of recurring characters in each story gives a little nod to the listeners/readers who enjoy his work. I was wondering if Bennet would do as good a job as the last narrator, and I wasn't disappointed. Fast and fun to listen to, I give a thumbs up. If you like this, then also try the lamb, which is probably the funniest book I've listened to in a long time.
Great book, but I can't imagine having enjoyed it quite as much without the narrator's talented portrayal of the characters. Every character had its own nuanced voice.
Funny characters, amusing story line, fantastic dialogue. I wish I had realized that it was a sequel, though, because I hate reading series books out of order. Nevertheless, I fully enjoyed this book even without having read the predecessor.