This is Christopher Moore's fourth novel, and it's exponentially better than any that have come before. It's a hilarious romp with a hero that's by turns dorky, and the coolest guy on the planet. Throw in some "Mary Kay commandos" and a talking fruit bat, and you've got several hours of the most entertaining reading ever devised.
I laughed out loud in several places reading this book. Makes me want to read more of Moores.
Seriously wacky and great book! I loved this more than Bloodsucking Fiends. The ending was very satisfying. It is zany but not too bad so you get irritated. First RATE!
I loved "Lamb" and thought "The Stupidest Angel" was, well, stupid. This one started out a little bit too 'out there' for me, but quickly became so upsurd that it was hilarious. I just kept wondering: How is he going to get the characters out of this one? And just what part of left field is he going to come from next? LOL!
I didn't think this was one of the better novels by Moore that I've read because it did have some slow spots where I got a little bored. But, overall, it's a funny read with some crazy events in it that make this author notable so you don't want to miss reading it.