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Tonight I Am Going to Suck…Your Blood

I’d caught up on most of Christopher Moore’s back catalog except for his trilogy of vampire books: Bloodsucking Fiends, You Suck, and Bite Me, each subtitled A Love Story. I’m really not a big fan of vampire fiction, although that’s … Continue reading

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Warrior Babe of the Outland

The Lust Lizard of Melancholy Cove, by Christopher Moore – This return to Pine Cove, the California town that served as the setting for Practical Demonkeeping, features a few of the same characters, but mostly new ones. A psychiatrist, a … Continue reading

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From Crow Country to London Below

Severed, by Scott Snyder, Scott Tuft, and Attila Futaki – I’m not that familiar with horror comics (well, I’ve sometimes seen Neil Gaiman’s Sandman listed as horror, but I see that more as fantasy with some horror elements), but I … Continue reading

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Catch As Catch Can

Practical Demonkeeping, by Christopher Moore – Some time ago, I had read and enjoyed Moore’s Lamb, so I decided to try one of his other books. And where better to start than at the beginning? Okay, that’s not always true; … Continue reading

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The Gospel Fiction

Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff, Christ’s Childhood Pal, by Christopher Moore – I’d heard of this book before and thought it sounded interesting, so when someone returned it to the library where I was working, I decided to check … Continue reading

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