Sacre Bleu: A Comedy d'Art
by Christopher Moore
Hardcover- $14.50

“Christopher Moore is a very sick man, in the very best sense of that word.”
—Carl Hiassen

“[Moore’s novels] deftly blend surreal, ...

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  "More or Less Mediocre" by zodejodie4 (see profile) 07/07/12

Ok, so you've got a book that's a mystery and it involves art and artists and it's Christopher Moore so it's going to be brilliant and hilarious, right? I thought so, but as it turns out . . . . not so much. I wanted to really love this book but I only more or less just liked it. This was a book that took a long time to get started and then once it picked up somewhat it still kind of plodded along. Moore can and has written other things that are much better.

 
  "Sacre Bleu" by bwedow (see profile) 08/16/12

This book, like other Christopher Moore books goes beyond your normal novel. He has a unique way of telling a tale mixing the real world with other possibilities. This one I loved particularly for the art history of the Impressionist painters and their works. He brought these men to life, reminding us how they struggled to make a living following their passion and how they lived for their art.

 
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