The Stupidest Angel The Stupidest Angel , without a doubt, is the greatest story ever told about fruit bats, zombies, and miracles. In the once peaceful town of… The Stupidest Angel The Stupidest Angel , without a doubt, is the greatest story ever told about fruit bats, zombies, and miracles. In the once peaceful town of… 2004-11-01 Fiction William Morrow
Book Review

The Stupidest Angel (2004)

EW's GRADE
A

Details Release Date: Nov 01, 2004; Writer: Christopher Moore; Genre: Fiction; Publisher: William Morrow

The Stupidest Angel, without a doubt, is the greatest story ever told about fruit bats, zombies, and miracles. In the once peaceful town of Pine Cove, Calif., a shovel-wielding ex-wife, a pot-smoking sheriff, and one misguided archangel glide on an icy stream of brilliant metaphor to a blockbuster ending that Jerry Bruckheimer should put on his list for Santa (but only if he's been good). Christopher Moore's prose is hyper but never shticky, and his compassion for this island of misfits shines as bright as the samurai sword wielded by a schizophrenic warrior woman on a not-so-silent Christmas Eve.

Originally posted Dec 01, 1979 Published in issue #796 Dec 10, 2004 Order article reprints
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