Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff, Christ's Childhood Pal
Hundreds of thousands of people around the world have read—and reread—Christopher Moore's irreverent, iconoclastic, and divinely funny tale of the early life of Jesus Christ as witnessed by his boyhood pal Levi bar Alphaeus (a.k.a. Biff). Now, in this special (check out the cool red ribbon... show more
Hundreds of thousands of people around the world have read—and reread—Christopher Moore's irreverent, iconoclastic, and divinely funny tale of the early life of Jesus Christ as witnessed by his boyhood pal Levi bar Alphaeus (a.k.a. Biff). Now, in this special (check out the cool red ribbon marker, gilt-edged pages, and gold lettering) gift edition of Christopher Moore's bestselling Lamb, you, too, can find out what really happened between the manger and the Sermon on the Mount. And, in a new afterword written expressly for this edition, Christopher Moore addresses some of the most frequently asked questions he's received from readers since Lamb's initial publication, about the book and himself. Fresh, funny, poignant, and wise, this special gift edition of Lamb is cause for rejoicing among readers everywhere.
Format: leather bound
Publish date: October 23rd 2007
Publisher: William Morrow
Pages no: 417
Edition language: English
I loved, loved, loved this book! Definitely one of my favorites of the year! <3
It took me way to long to read this... especially considering how much I enjoyed it! I can't remember the last time I laughed out loud while reading, but it happened almost every page with Lamb. I absolutely love the author's rendering of Joshua, and Biff is just the best. I love that he's flawed an...
I was SO FLIPPING EXCITED to read this book. After all my friends reviews and some of the little snippets that I had read I thought I would be rolling on the floor laughing when I read this book. Sometimes I forget that I have a very strange sense of humor and this book did not make me laugh like I ...
Just in time for Christmas! This is a delightfully irreverent look at Jesus H. Christ, through the eyes of his childhood friend, Biff.It covered Jesus through his childhood and adolescence (*especially* his childhood and adolescence!) to his death on the cross.I found it absolutely hilarious, and I...
I was deeply offended by this book. Christopher Moore waxes sacrilege in his book about Joshua (Jesus) and his best friend Biff. Though the book tackles many religions, there are some religions and some topics within those religions that are best left unmolested. It wouldn't hurt Moore to learn this...