Lalita Adam Adam itibaren Akhisar Köyü, 31001 Akhisar Köyü/Antakya/Hatay, Türkiye
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"...It undeniably builds up an eccentric momentum, all the while dropping in pearls of what might be wisdom, or might just be senile dementia. Memories of My Melancholy Whores seems like an old man's fever dream, full of bizarre, arresting meditations on love, nostalgia and mortality." from http://www.telegraph.co.uk/arts/main....
A little slow to start but a great read for anyone who likes Alex Rider or any of the other spy genre books for teens.
It's King Lear a la Christopher Moore: dark, funny, filthy, and ridiculous. While this combination of grim and frivolous comes very close to working, in the end Fool lacks in the emotional oomph to tie it all together. With Fool, Moore seems to be striving for the level of brilliance he achieved with Lamb and A Dirty Job, but ends up only at the level of...oh, say, Bloodsucking Fiends.
While this book offers a great story, I think it definitely could have been written in a more fun and up-beat tone. I also would have liked more personal antidotes about the dog and the dog's interactions with the family. Overall, it just read more like a documentary for me.