Bite Me (Paperback)

A Love Story (Bloodsucking Fiends #3)

By Christopher Moore

William Morrow Paperbacks, 9780061779732, 352pp.

Publication Date: March 8, 2011

List Price: 14.99*
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April 2010 Indie Next List

“While possibly the last of Moore's vampire series, his signature wit is still in full force. Moore perfectly captures the voice of the teenage Goth-girl Abby Normal and pulls off his mix of comedy with a real emotional core with his usual mastery. This is a perfect book for longtime fans and new readers.”
— Mike Burns, Howard's Bookstore, Bloomington, IN
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Description

“Christopher Moore is a very sick man, in the very best sense of the word.”

—Carl Hiaasen

 

The undead rise again in Bite Me, the third book in New York Times bestselling author Christopher Moore’s wonderfully twisted vampire saga. Joining  his farcical gems Bloodsucking Fiends and You Suck, Moore’s latest in continuing story of young, urban, nosferatu style love, is no Twilight—but rather a tsunami of the irresistible outrageousness that has earned him the appellation, “Stephen King with a whoopee cushion and a double-espresso imagination” from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and inspired Denver’s Rocky Mountain News to declare him, “the 21st century’s best satirist.”



About the Author

Christopher Moore is the author of the novels Secondhand Souls, Sacré Bleu, A Dirty Job, and Lamb. He lives in San Francisco, California.



Praise For Bite Me: A Love Story (Bloodsucking Fiends #3)

“Moore’s most hysterical ‘love story’ to date.”
— Booklist

“I can’t emphasize enough how funny BITE ME is.”
— Bookreporter.com

“Moore’s twisted take on the undead comes as a welcome respite from the recent spate of TV, film and book offerings to bombard us.”
— Edmonton Journal on BITE ME

“Moore carved a niche in the horror-comedy genre, and anyone with a fiendish sense of humor will love his writing.”
— Florida Times-Union on BITE ME

“Moore proves he has few rivals on the humour-opus front with this high-larious romp that just might have driven the final nail into old Nosferatu’s coffin.”
— Ottawa Citizen on BITE ME