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Christopher Moore, much beloved scrivener and peerless literary jester, now takes on no less than the legendary Bard himself (with the utmost humility and respect) with a twisted and insanely funny tale of a moronic monarch and his deceitful daughters, as seen through the eyes of a man wearing a codpiece and bells on his head.


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  • Lately, I've been really into Christopher Moore's books. I've listened to and loved Practical Demonkeeping, A Dirty Job, and The Island of the Sequined Love Nun in the last few months. But Fool is something else. It's different in so many ways. The tone, the character development, the style - it's all unique. That's not necessarily a bad thing. I did enjoy Fool for the most part. However, if I had started with this book, I'm not sure I would have continued with Moore's other works. I can't help but wonder if I only made it through this book because I had previously read King Lear. A friend of mine who hadn't read Lear gave up on Fool because he felt lost. But I'm not giving up on Moore just yet. I'm actually downloading "You Suck" as I'm writing this. Overall, I wouldn't really recommend this audiobook.
  • Ever since I began chanting "First we feast then Ikea" after listening to the stupidest angel, I've been completely hooked on this author. In 'Fool,' Moore pushes his irreverence to another level. It's clear that Moore has a deep love for words and wordplay, which shines through in this book. Admittedly, it can be quite vulgar and the F word does seem to be overused (if I were English, I might even be a tad offended by the excessive use of 'shag'). Naturally, this isn't a book for family reading, but rather a highly entertaining and twisted take on the story of Lear, meant for (very) mature audiences. It definitely made my commute a lot more enjoyable.
  • Let me tell you straight up, this book 'Fool' is one wild and wicked ride. It's got a lot of humor, a bit of violence, and it doesn't hold back on the irreverence. But let me tell you, it's an absolute blast. I'm almost finished with it and I've been thoroughly enjoying every bit of it, swear words and all (it's all about how they're delivered, my friend). If you're easily offended or a bit too uptight, this might not be your cup of tea. But you know what? I've found myself even talking like the main character, Pocket! I must look like a complete fool as I burst out laughing in my car.