Chuckles. Humor requires a receptive audience. Live humor can rise and fall on the energy level between the humorist and the live audience. Written humor can become dicey depending on the willingness of a reader to appreciate character and plot as presented by a witty author. Christopher Moore can write plot and characters that make readers laugh. In the latest installment of his bloodsucking fiends series titled, Bite Me: A Love Story, the characters and plot provide loads of chuckles to any receptive reader. The vampire angle provides some fuel for plot and to attract select readers. For me, the lovesick characters and their behavior was universal, and I laughed often at dialogue and the ways in which the characters interacted. A reader looking for humorous escape fiction will find brief entertainment and a few laughs from these pages.
Rating: Three-star (Recommended)
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