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  • Title: Blues für Vollmond und Kojote
  • Author: Christopher Moore Christoph Hahn
  • ISBN: 9783442542383
  • Page: 118
  • Format: Paperback

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  1. Librarian Note There is than one author in the database with this name Christopher Moore is an American writer of absurdist fiction He grew up in Mansfield, OH, and attended Ohio State University and Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, CA.Moore s novels typically involve conflicted everyman characters suddenly struggling through supernatural or extraordinary circumstances Inheriting a humanism from his love of John Steinbeck and a sense of the absurd from Kurt Vonnegut, Moore is a best selling author with major cult status.

  2. I ve been a fan of Christopher Moore s work for years now, and I thought I d already read everything in his rather substantial backlist When I first discovered him, I fell in love, and ordered every single one of his books on Audio and binge listened to them all So imagine my delight when the other day I stumbled onto this on Audible one of his early books that I d somehow missed.I ll admit, I wasn t expecting to be wowed This was only his second published book, after all And as I ve seen while [...]

  3. Coyote Blue by Christopher Moore was his second novel, published in 1994 Moore tells the tale of Sam Hunter, ne Samson Hunts Alone, a Crow Indian who runs away from the reservation and begins a new life in Santa Barbara as a successful insurance salesman His life takes an unexpected turn when his spirit helper, the Crow trickster god Coyote pays him a visit.This is written with Moore s inexhaustible command of entertaining and amusing similes and metaphors, I laughed out loud several times What [...]

  4. Under any normal circumstances, I would never have picked this book up I associated the name Christopher Moore with Bite Me, a book I d seen the cover for and assumed it was an exploitative parody of the vampire novels that have been so popular lately in short, I judged a book by its cover The reason I did buy this book was that we were assigned to read it for class I wasn t thrilled about that either But as I began to read it, within the preface, I was already falling in love with Christopher M [...]

  5. With so many laugh out loud moments, Coyote Blue is a fractured fairy tale worth reading, even if Christopher Moore s second book does suffer from sopho slump I ll write a full review when I have time, but for now here sDAVE S FINAL JUDGMENT THE DEFENSE Often hysterically funny Eclectic cast of characters grab your attention and never let go Moore s wit and creativity are on full display Refreshingly originalTHE PROSECUTION Attempts to mix comedy and drama are less than successful, leaving the d [...]

  6. Three and a half stars.While Coyote Blue doesn t sparkle like the other Christopher Moore books I ve read, it is still a very funny novel Moore takes on Native American mythology is much the same way he played with Christianity in Lamb It is clear that Old Man Coyote is not the only prankster around Moore himself is quite the mischief maker especially of the literary type I am also getting into the authors reuse of characters in his books and enjoyed the return of Minty Fresh who is my favorite [...]

  7. Very funny I didn t like it quite as much as some other Moore books like Lamb, Fool, or Bloodsucking Fiends, but still good for a lot of laughs Loved the Old Man Coyote character.

  8. The best book I have read this year If I could give the book than 5 stars I would This is like reading a book of mythology set in modern times with a great love story thrown into the mix to create just the right motivation and imagery Maybe it is the one sixteenth Native American in my genes but learning about Coyote one of the great Gods of the Crow Nation was a delight and a spiritual awakening.Our main character Sampson Hunts Alone is an insurance sales man in Santa Barbara going by the name [...]

  9. This was my first Christopher Moore novel and I m happily addicted I like novelists who like their characters I also like novelists who like to screw with their characters, and even so, are clever enough to let other characters do their dirty work for them Coyote Blue is the story of Samson Hunts Alone, who leaves the Crow reservation in flight from a crime he committed, and lives a life built on lies But then again, so do most of the other characters in this book The novel is built on a series [...]

  10. Hard to believe that the only reason I read this book, and was introduced to Christopher Moore, is because I happen to be strolling by book store with an outside, sale table and Coyote Blue was sitting right on top I had never read anything like him before and never since and was hooked immediately Through his words, he creates such perfect pictures of his extremely bizarre characters, their personalities, and the story line that combines them all together.

  11. This book disappointed me I thought it was rather slow and I found myself not caring about any of the characters I went into it expecting a fun light and fast read, the kind I was used to by the author, but this, though showing the same kind of humor, didn t quite work for me.

  12. This is one of Moore s earliest works, and while it still has his trademark blend of absurdity and wit, it seems he hadn t yet thrown off the yoke of conventional writing and dove to the deep end where his true, absolutely absurd voice, lies It s still there, just under the surface, but constrained and trying to escape In some ways, that makes this a better novel for standard audiences, and possibly a better introduction to Christopher Moore, but it isn t the best Christopher Moore novel Still, [...]

  13. This book was absolutely frickin hilarious I think I officially love Christopher Moore I was listening to this book on my iPod while my preschoolers were napping today and I had to shush myself because I started laughing so hard Coyote the Trickster has been one of my favorite characters ever since I started reading old fables when I was in college I have never read any of the tales that Mr Moore used for this book, who knows, maybe he made them up, but I loved how he intermingled the tales to e [...]

  14. The only Moore book I have yet to read is Lamb which I started this morning and so far Fool is my favorite, but Coyote Blue is a close 2nd I would say it s a departure from what you may be used to with Moore, but since it was his second book, I guess that means everything else is a departure from this Whatever The fact is, this is a great book filled with big laughs and big opposite of laughs Sadness Being that I m an ancient deity this book really spoke to me it encouraged me to embrace my tric [...]

  15. This book was SO entertaining The best word I could think of to describe it was irreverent There were many funny parts to this book but the quirky little things got me the most Sam trying to rhyme Gabriella , Yiffer s son being named J Nigel Yiffworth, Esquire , and the clothing choice Sam makes to go visit the Indian artifacts collector.I also enjoyed the indian legend stories woven throughout the book They were pretty funny The story about the Great Spirit giving names out to the animals crack [...]

  16. A fan of Christopher Moore, I picked this book up from a local used book store earlier this month read thru it over the weekend Sam Hunter is a slick, shallow insurance salesman whose Native American past is successfully buried until the Trickster thinks otherwise Sam s life is quickly turned upside down by Coyote as he is forced to confront his heritage and reach out to another human being The story is interspersed with Coyote folktales told with a modern twist that always seem to tie into what [...]

  17. This book was hilarious The author reminds me a lot of Tom Robbins with a pinch of Neil Gaiman thrown in for good measure, though definitely a lot foul mouthed His story was crazy, but I couldn t wait to hear what happened next The book is the story of Sampson Hunts Alone who because of a crime he committed about 20 yrs ago, has changed his name to Sam Hunter and is now a smooth talking insurance salesman who is well off and full of himself Everything in his world changes when he meets a Native [...]

  18. Still not ROFLing, but definitely a funny book, smiles all around After reading Lamb I decided to read the Moore books in chronological of writing order After Practical Demonkeeping which I found a bit shallow this is his second book and this certainly has debt and content to it Modern day fairy tail, love story, I need to find myself psycho drama with elements of Native American mythology nice.Be ready to run And pick that up, I ll need it He pointed to the ground where Sam had dropped his pe [...]

  19. This book is full of the normal kooky brand of Christopher Moore cleverness there s nothing too deep, but plenty of things to giggle about The book follows Sam Hunter, a Crow indian who ran away to Los Angeles as a teenager to escape his past He has become a successful insurance salesman, but his life is empty of any purpose greater than closing sales and making money All this changes when Coyote the trickster god and spirit guide of his Crow past brings Calliope a pretty hippie into his life Be [...]

  20. I have to admit that despite my love for A Dirty Job, I m not a big fan of Moore s earlier works Not only are some characters reused which I don t really have a problem with nothing wrong with recurring characters , he uses some of the same stereotypes in every book, it seems There s always a mostly high surfer dude There s always a cantankerous and probably homely old lady And of course, the earnest if sometimes misguided main character I think what really rubbed me wrong in this book was Coyot [...]

  21. This was a surprisingly great read I thoroughly enjoyed it and the writing was well done Will definitely be looking for of this author s work.

  22. this was a strange little book that I wasn t sure i was going to like when I started it But in the end I decided I liked it alot

  23. Great read, as I expected from a Christopher Moore novel I wasn t expecting it to make me cry the last few pages, but trust me they were tears of joy.

  24. Such a great mix of myth and fiction with a whole lot of silly farce done so so well Loved it in so many levels.

  25. Durante il viaggio a Bruxelles mi sono regalato la lettura del secondo in ordine di scrittura libro di quel genio mai troppo lodato che Christopher Moore, Coyote Blue , tradotto con Il ritorno del Dio Coyote opinabile, ma quanto meno fedele al contenuto del romanzo.Avendo a disposizione entrambe le versioni ho optato, per pigrizia, per leggere l adattamento un piccolo errore di cui parler alla fine.Che dire del romanzo Senza dubbio in crescita rispetto a Practical Demonkeeping , ha certamente di [...]

  26. Book reviews are so subjective at times I m afraid this is one such review In a different head space I might have really enjoyed Coyote Blue But so much of the satire felt forced to me and at times missed the mark of satire entirely to become just plain silly Perhaps I wasn t in the mood for silly, I don t know The book was difficult for me to get through because of the silliness I realize that when you have a trickster god as a main player, silliness must certainly abound But there is much to b [...]

  27. Ever since I learned about Christopher Moore almost a decade ago, I ve enjoyed all the books that he has written.Coyote Blue isn t my favorite by Moore, but on the second reading of it I seem to enjoy it than the previous time As per usually for Moore, there was a nice collection of character with peculiar backgrounds coming together for a goofy adventure.The usage of Native American folklore as an underlining theme for the book was quite interesting I feel that my religious studies class I too [...]

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  29. I m on this Christopher Moore kick because they have a bunch of his books on CD at the local library Coyote Blue wasn t my favorite of his because none of the main characters were incredibly likable Sampson Hunts Alone is a Crow Indian who has made a life for himself in the white world selling insurance with dubious business tactics He is visited by Old Man Coyote, a shapeshifting Indian god, who is known as a trickster himself and generally causes a lot of trouble Then there s the love interest [...]

  30. A Christopher Moore I haven t read Yahoo I enjoyed this book, as I do most Moore novels He s got the right mix of zaney, bawdy, silly, outrageous, humanity, and mystical to make his books good reads, truly deserving of laughing out loud Nice to see an early iteration of a character who shows up in several other books as well.I kept thinking, while reading this, that when I was four, my family went on a cross country trip While out in Indian Country my parents bought me a book called Coyote Tales [...]