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Learn more about Amazon Prime. Tommy sounded more like a girl than Jody did.

Bloodsucking Fiends (A Love Story, #1) by Christopher Moore

He is 19 and almost a virgin. Chelsea I read the second one first without realizing it. Explore the Home Gift Guide. A Love Story 1. I can almost feel someone elbowing me with an “eh?

Now that I have finished, I want to go back and read it all over again. If you have the option to read in order, though, I would …more I read the second one first without realizing it.

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Fiebds all that changes when a beautiful undead redhead walks through the door I love Moore’ tongue in cheek writing. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Refresh and try again. Most of the book revolves around Jody’s relationship with Tommy. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Can you see me laughing I miss eating French fries. If you could concoct a list of annoying stereotypes from books, this one probably has bloodaucking covered.


It was that good! Thomas’s fortunes seem to be on the rise when he lands a job on the graveyard shift of the local Safeway. How does Jody’s transformation into a vampire differ from how you always thought someone became a vampire? It should be acknowledged that it was very bold to write a book in christopherr had so many major plots that openly discussed AIDs.

Jody, a young, single, red-headed woman living in San Franciscois attacked by a vampire and soon finds that she has become one herself. He rents a cot from a Chinese entrepreneur named Wong and finds himself living with five other Chinese gentlemen all named Wong as well. I wish his majesty had been the narrator, as that would have been a more interesting perspective and we still could have viewed the shenanigans of Jody figuring out her new vampire skills, Tommy working at the grocery store, their dysfunctional relationship, and the mystery of who is running around town killing terminally ill people and making them look like vampire attacks.

I am a San Francisco native who lives on the east coast and I felt like I was back home as I read his city descriptions. Jody is just like you and me The writing style is utterly basically, almost leaden, but he maintains an excitement about the premise that damned infectious.

I mean, it wasn’t terrible, and I liked it, but if I had started with this book, I’d be in no hurry to return to his work. Many people I overheard at the Moore signing seemed very proud of themselves for being into such a different writer, despite the crowd attesting to it being kinda sorta maybe just a little mainstream.


Life, unfortunately, for Thomas can not all be about sex. Sometimes it helps to read a series in order. For me I’d say a joke hit home bby 1 out of every 3 times. The two main characters make use diends each other, and they do declare their love for each other, but there is no romance.

The crowd easily tripled the normal quantity of attendees for that sort of event. Maybe I’ll be in a better mood the next time I try his work.

Bloodsucking Fiends: A Love Story

A would-be Kerouac from Incontinence, Indiana, Tommy to his friends is biding his time night-clerking and frozen-turkey bowling in a San Francisco Safeway. In my opinion, it doesn’t cry out for book club discussions or deep thought. For those who have read it: Oh, Tommy just doesn’t understand women hochachachacha I much preferred the author’s book A Dirty Job.

Despite this lack of official recognition, the fine and noble tradition of ‘skidding the buzzard’ is practiced nightly by supermarket night crews all over the nation. Oct 26, Patrick rated it really liked it Shelves: