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The Order of Odd-Fish by James  Kennedy
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Jun 16, 11

Read from July 19 to August 27, 2010 — I own a copy

I picked up this book because it just looked like it was made for me. I got to reading it and it freakin' rocked my socks. Kennedy's style of humor is so hilarious and random and it was just the sort of book I needed at that time. Since this is sort of an adventure fantasy not everything can be hilarious at every moment and the serious parts of the book were done very well. By page 120 I was so thoroughly pulled into the story that I didn't want to stop reading.
And also may I add that I have never read a book with it's own mythology that was so original and creative as this one. Eldritch City has 144,444 deities, all of them as zany and unique as fingerprints. It was equal parts delightful and mystifying to read the escapades of the main characters and see how the action of the story ties into the mish-mashy legends of the City.
to conclude, I hope Mr. Kennedy writes another installment of this wonderful, inspired, and uproarious story because quite frankly, it's just too good to only be one book.
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