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Andrew Smith
Gameboard of the Gods
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Burning Up (Berkley Sensation)
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Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff, Christ's Childhood Pal - Christopher Moore Seeing my 3 star review, you might think that I didn't like this book very much, which is not true. I did like it. I thought it was funny and sarcastic - all of the things I love in Christopher Moore books. I think the problem with this book, for me, is the main characters and main story line are based on the Bible. As a very non-religious person, I really don't know much about the Bible except the things I learned in high school and from pop culture. That said, I really think this book would be much funnier and resonate more with someone who has better working knowledge of the Bible than I do. I just know that there were lots of jokes that went over my head or that I just didn't get. The parts I did get were witty and irreverent and pure Christopher Moore.