This book is similar to other Christopher Moore books in the sense that it deals with his odd humor and writing style. If you like other Moore books, then you'll probably like this book. The story itself was an interesting twist on what could have happened during the "lost" years of Jesus' early adulthood. On the surface, this book sounds like it would be offensive to Christianity, but it definitly isn't. Don't be afraid of the content, this book is a fun, intriguing, and funny read, and all of the humor is in good taste. I definitly recommend it.
This book kept me on the edge of my seat just hoping to get back in my car every time I had to leave it.
The book brings together the classic hard boiled detective genre and the more recent crime thriller genre, and it does it perfectly. By the time you get the end, you're going to wish you had more to listen to. Fortunately, there are two "sequels" to the book, but I haven't heard them yet.
just pick it up, and give it a listen
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