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message 1: by Aric (new)

Aric | 27 comments I noticed Amazon is selling a Kindle version of "The Stupidest Angel" for $3.99 that comes with a preview of Mr. Moore's next book "Sacre Bleu".

message 2: by Culdesaced (new)

Culdesaced | 1 comments You can read the chapters for free at

message 3: by Prat (new)

Prat (praxter) | 4 comments hey fellow Moore nerdslices,
did you read Sacre Bleu yet? love your comments if you already read it.

message 4: by Aric (new)

Aric | 27 comments I'm reading it now. Buy it for the artwork inside alone.

message 5: by Mouse (new)

Mouse got it on my night stand. it started off good, but i've kind of lost interest at the moment. probably me though. kind of having a tough time getting into any books at the moment.

message 6: by Deale (new)

Deale Hutton | 15 comments LOVED Sacre Bleu...It was interesting to compare the 'truth' with the 'fiction' of the story. I like the way he does research and combines it into a crazy story. For me the book was an excellent combination of science fiction, mystery and art history. Next on my list is Dirty Job

message 7: by Miss Ryoko (new)

Miss Ryoko (MissRyoko) | 14 comments It wasn't my favorite Moore book :-( I generally liked the idea and enjoyed the story (and I LOVED Lucien and Henrie) but I was disappointed it wasn't as amazing as his last few releases were :-( But, I still enjoyed it, it just wasn't as great as I was expecting it to be.

message 8: by Brian (new)

Brian | 3 comments I love all the Author Guys books so I set the bar high for this one. I was disappointed. I guess it was too much to hope for to be near as good as A Dirty Job and Lamb.

Maybe the next one.

message 9: by Nadine (new)

Nadine I have to agree with some of the comments. It started off good but lost me. I was disappointed. There was a little too much going back and forth in time, and the point of doing so didn't happen fast enough for me.

Love this author generally.

message 10: by Deale (new)

Deale Hutton | 15 comments Just finished Dirty Job. LOVED IT!!! But, liked Sacre Bleu better -- probably because of the artist thing. He is amazing, must say. Agree with Eric on the artwork too.

message 11: by Kelly (new)

Kelly Spryszak (HelloKello) | 5 comments I was hoping for it to be more "Moore-ish", you know..comedically raunchy, but even though it lacked in hysterics, it was well written, and he "painted" his characters in his usual style. Pun intended.

message 12: by Kelly (new)

Kelly Spryszak (HelloKello) | 5 comments ps..for people new to Moore, I highly suggest starting from his first book and working down the list. He uses character tie-ins throughout most if his books. my favorite though, aside from the Bloodsucking Fiends "series" is Lust Lizard. island of the Sequined Love Nun is not to be missed, either.

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