What's the funniest book you've ever read?

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Re: What's the funniest book you've ever read?

Post by taniaorellana » 21 Feb 2017, 21:43

There are a few, but only the Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard series comes to mind. The main character is just so witty all the time; I love his puns and sarcasm because they combine a kind of dark humor I would enjoy, with the Nordic mythology. So cool. Plus it is modern so that makes it better.

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Post by JodyVamp » 06 Mar 2018, 02:06

Anything by Christopher Moore cracks me up. I started with You Suck: a Love Story because how is that not just a wtf must read title, then moved to everything else he's ever written. If you want a dose of pretend class with your raunchy entertainment, I suggest Fool or Sacre Bleu. For just down and dirty laughs, You Suck or A Dirty Job are must reads. Leslie Langtry also hits the spot with a quirky family of assassins looking for love. Start with I Shot You Babe and go from there. You won't be sorry!

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