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message 1: by Nicole (new)

Nicole | 2 comments I just picked up "You Suck" from the library, and it will be the first Moore book I have read. So obviously I never read "Bloodsucking Friends". Do you think this is a problem? Will it make sense without having read the first one? I hope so cause I'm looking forward to starting it tonight, I'm just looking for some feedback before hand. Thanks!

message 2: by Heather (new)

Heather (geekily) | 16 comments It'll make sense, I think, but you'll enjoy it much more if you've read Bloodsucking Fiends first. (Also, if you've read A Dirty Job, because it kind of ties into that, too.)

message 3: by Nicole (new)

Nicole | 2 comments Thanks!

message 4: by Fredstrong (new)

Fredstrong | 10 comments Moore has recurring characters so the best thing to do is start with the first, though I found out too late for that. Just read Bloodsucking first. F.

message 5: by Lori (new)

Lori (tnbbc) I really try my hardest to read books in order, but with Moore, it seems like that would be difficult unless you just read in the order he releases them. I noticed in Dirty Job, the redhead who walks into the shop would be the main character in Bloodsucking Fiends, which i went out and bought (and will be reading next), then i will have to go to You Suck....

If I read out of sequence, I get all messed up. But im like that with just about anything i read.

message 6: by Heather (new)

Heather (geekily) | 16 comments That's exactly what I did. Dirty Job was my first, then I got Bloodsucking Fiends and You Suck, and after that, I started at the beginning and went from there.

message 7: by Alayna (new)

Alayna | 7 comments I also started with A Dirty Job, but i then read Lamb and You suck i finished like last month. I dont think it matters though it does tie into them both and i now want to read Blood sucking fiends.

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