Raymond K. Nakamura
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Christopher Moore enthralled me with this funny and yet poignant tale of Christ as told by his unknown best friend Biff. It has funny and crude parts, yet fundamentally seemed sincere in its depiction of the Son of God. For me, it was an entertaining fantasy, connecting the maturation of Joshua, as Jesus is called, on his quest to meet the three wise men who visited him at birth, and through them, learning about Confucius, Kung fu, poison, a demon, Buddhism, the yeti, Hinduism, and angels. The audiobook I borrowed from the library was extra good with the different voices.