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Ships from and sold by Amazon. I have better things to do with my time than watch an insecure guy try to stop his vampire ladyfriend from leaving her in progressively creepier and rapier ways. She returns to her apartme Sometimes it helps to read a series in order.
Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a blooxsucking life. This is a light, kind of trashy adult vampire novel. You never can tell where one event will lead to the next, but if you are a Moore fan, you will see little references to characters in other of his books.
Also it cuts between different characters way too often.
Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Buy the selected items together This item: Usually with Christopher Moore, I have several ‘laugh out loud’ moments. There is more than one author in the Goodreads database with this name.
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Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. But Moore’s vampires aren’t brooding, sparkly, or particularly scary. Feb 25, Felicia rated it really liked it Shelves: She woke up a vampire. Thomas has something they really, really lust for Other books in the series.
Books by Christopher Moore. There was no vampire sire to teach her how to be a vampire. Oh look, shiney new book, I want to read this instead. Everyone has been exposed to vampire lore, either through books, movies or television.
While attempting to adjust to her new nocturnal lifestyle, she finds the help of Tommy Flood, a wannabe writer who recently bpoodsucking to the city and works as a night stocking manager and champion ” turkey bowler ” at a local Safeway. Tommy and Jody set out on a mission to survive. A Love Story 1.
This is a funny book, as are all of Moore’s books and quirky as usual. Pages with related products. This might be comedy, but it is lazy comedy, thoughtless comedy—in other words, bad comedy.
A series of gruesome murders begins. I mean, it wasn’t terrible, and I liked it, but if I had started with this book, I’d be in no hurry to return to his work.
Bloodsucking Fiends by Christopher Moore – 3 stars 8 16 Jul 10, However, you must like vampires and wry humor. So despite the cheesy jokes and the broad stabs at irony the big burly detective is gay?! I had a total of one while reading Bloodsucking Fiends. Moore’s novels typically involve conflicted everyman characters suddenly struggling through supernatural or extraordinary circums Librarian Note: What “violence” there is, is not violent, but necessary to set up the events of how the main character finds herself in the position she’s in, and weaves a thread to bring about the next two books in this trilogy.
I love Moore’ tongue in cheek writing. The pacing is clunky as we go around the room and each Animal character mouths his jokey one-liner contribution to the scene. Silly, funny, kinda gross vampire story. Let’s say he Okay, let’s cut right to the chase here.
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Lists with This Book. He is supported by “his men,” who turn out tiends be two dogs equipped to do battle against the “vicious, murdering fiend who has been stalking his City.
Tommy sounded more like a girl than Jody did. She realizes that she needs to have a human to help her out in the daylight hours. So I had an excuse to read a book by the hilarious Christopher Moore. They fall in love for some reason. While Christopher Moore strikes me as the type of author more interested in making a point than in telling a story – hence the abrupt and contrived endings of the stories that I read – whatever point he was making back inwhen this book was written, is really no longer relevant.