|# of Units:||10 CDs|
|Length:||11 hours, 30 minutes|
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His best book EVER! I would suggest given the rich cast of characters, the faux-historical
I only got 5 CD's in and had to stop. I'm a huge Christopher Moore fan and found this a big departure from his other very funny and amusing work. The reader handled the material and french pronunciations well, but the content just dragged on.
I'm a huge fan of Christopher books in general, but this is, by far, one of the best audiobooks I've ever listened to. The narrator does such an excellent job of pronouncing all the different French names and titles, and he speaks clearly so you can follow along easily. The book itself is just as wonderfully imaginative as all his other novels, but I find this one especially fun because of all the art historical references! I'm an art history major and it brings a whole new element to the paintings I studied and love so much. It's a fun and creative mystery with endearing characters that you can easily become attached to and a plot that pulls you along! Loved this book!!
Christopher Moore has written extensively on Canadian history, and is a recipient of the Governor General's Award. He is a co-author of The Story of Canada, and author of The Loyalists.