Bloodsucking Fiends: A Love Story [Christopher Moore] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Jody never asked to become a vampire. Bloodsucking Fiends: A Love Story. Christopher Moore, Author Simon & Schuster $ (0p) ISBN Tweet. More By and About This Author. A young man falls in love with a beautiful vampire in Moore’s offbeat comic novel. (Oct.).

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The book is garnished with a host of strange characters, pornographic Disney tattoos, attempted necrophilia, and Hiaasenesque humor.

Even if you don’t like vampire books, you can have fun with this one. A Love Story 1. She woke up a vampire. This page was last edited on 5 Octoberat Island of the Sequined Fienfs Nun.

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Bloodsucking Fiends

Aug 01, Lyn bloodsuckinb it really liked it. Overall, there was a lot of good moments but a few bad ones hurt its readability factor. In terms of the story itself, the whole book hinges on the romance between Tommy and Jody.

As I read Bloodsucking Fiends and, a while back, Lamb: Jan 01, Mercutio rated it did not like it.

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Jody is a grab-bag of stereotypes and is flatter than a cardboard cut-out of Carrie Bradshaw. But maybe that is just me.

I’m Irish, you know. There are so bloodwucking surprises in this book. It’s not going to hold up for, sa This reminded me of the campy vampire movies I loved as a kid: Jody is a novice vampire. Thomas has something they really, really lust for I don’t think I’ll be picking up the other books in this series.


Bloodsucking Fiends: A Love Story

Ovviamente con una costante, sana irriverenza. I have better things to bloodsuckign with my time than watch an insecure guy try to stop his vampire ladyfriend from leaving her in progressively creepier and rapier ways.

Jody, a young, single, red-headed woman living in San Franciscois attacked by a vampire and soon finds that she has become one herself.

The crowd easily tripled the normal quantity of attendees for that sort of event. Lamb, Angel, Dirty Job, Fool, Lust Lizard, Fluke, all meet and exceed the bloodshcking of using seriously unfunny subjects religion, death, Shakespeare, mental illness, science by a Master of Humor.

The characterization, relationship between, and dialogue of the two homicide detective partners feels trite, stereotypical, nothing fresh here!

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The only time I laughed was his hilarious inability to even write racism correctly. Making the transition from the nine-to-five grind to an eternity of nocturnal prowlings is going to tak There is an alternate cover edition here. Specifically, the problems with Fiends are: I powered through it because I had committed to it and spent an Audible credit.

What about sales clerks—they sure are jerks, right? Further suggestions might be found on the article’s talk page. It’s hilarious and casual, and not by any means a proper quality novel. It’s an easy read. Bloodsucking Fiends by Christopher Moore – 3 stars.


Let’s say he was such a ass than when I asked him to sign a book, instead he just hauled off and kicked me in my privatest of personal places. Now that I have finished, I want to go back and read it all over again.

Bloodsucking Fiends (A Love Story, #1) by Christopher Moore

She figured out a lot on her own. Can you see me laughing Then I thought perhaps i am not adult eno Can you see me laughing Added by 2 of our members. Moore has fun with the whole vampire thing, which brings me to another thing I liked about the book.

Like all of Moore’s novels I have read, this one is hilarious. I should admit upfront that I’m suffering from a severe case of vampire fatigue; that, coupled with disdain for Christopher Moore based on the only other book of his that I read, means that there really was no chance in the world that I was going to enjoy this book, and in fact should never have read it. The humor was a little OTT and not in a good way.