©1997 Christopher Moore; (P)2009 HarperCollins Publishers
Sunny, happy, cheery and funny. It kept me interested and curious about what would happen next. The story did require some suspension of reality, but once excepted the story flowed and was believable. I found myself imagining the story as a movie.
for entertainment i enjoy science fiction, fantasy and horror. depending on my mood i read informative books on whatever subject.
yep, i loved this. made me laugh, cringe and even shed a tear. narrator gave story life and really individualized each character.
Definitely a fun way to enjoy the book.
The flawed character of Tuck was enjoyable to follow. He was a hot mess and his problems just kept getting more interesting.
Vincent was a hoot!
Much too long for that, and it was more enjoyable to savor.
I really enjoy listening to Christopher Moore's other books, but this one was pretty terrible. The main character was unappealing, as was almost every other character, the story was predictable and there was a plethora of patronizing and offensive stereotypes littered throughout the book. Give it a skip.
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