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.
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 laughed out loud in several places reading this book. Makes me want to read more of Moores.
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!
Reading this book was like watching a "B" movie, but in a good kitschy way. It was very entertaining and I looked forward to reading it. The story line and characters were a bit absurd and silly, but I think that is what made it fun.