Christopher-Moore

Just then Joshua (Jesus) stumbled through the gate and crashed into us. We were able to catch ourselves and him before anyone fell. The Messiah was holding the little girl’s bunny, hugging it to his cheek with the big back feet swinging free. He was gloriously drunk. “Know what?” Josh said. “I love bunnies. They toil not, neither do they bark. Henceforth and from now on, I decree that whenever something bad happens to me, there be bunnies around. So it shall be written. Go ahead Biff, write it down.
—  Lamb, The Gospel According to Biff, Christ’s Childhood Pal by Christopher Moore, the wedding in Canna scene  

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Title and author: Fluke or, I Know Why the Caged Whale Sings by Christopher Moore

Total pages: 311

Page you’re on: 98

Thoughts so far: It’s hilarious! Christopher Moore’s humor is the best part of the book. It reminds me of another of my favorites The Hitch Hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. The plot is fresh, the character’s are memorable and well developed (There’s an old women affectionately called “the Old Broad” who can talk to whales, and a Rastafarian kid from New Jersey who just wants to be a native Hawaiian just to give you an idea) and I really want to know why the whale has “Bite Me” written on it’s tail.

Try your best to guess how it will end: Knowing Christopher Moore, it will be hilariously poignant, with the character learning lessons about themselves, i the most unexpected way possible.

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“Don’t drive drunk. Ever. Don’t shag anyone you don’t like, or who doesn’t like you. Get a look at how people live in a place where you don’t. Suffering is over-rated, don’t pursue it. Ask for help when you need it, don’t when you don’t, and learn to recognize the difference. Don’t confuse movement and progress. Be kind. Be forgiving. Pay attention.”― Christopher Moore