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Practical Demonkeeping: A Comedy of Horrors by Christopher Moore

7 Ratings: 3.6
Practical Demonkeeping: A Comedy of Horrors by Christopher Moore - Humor - Light Horror

From Publishers Weekly  A people-eating demon threatens a sleepy California resort town in Moore's offbeat, witty debut.   Copyright 1993 Reed Business Information, Inc.

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Author: Christopher Moore
Genre: Humor, Horror
Publisher: Perennial (May 30, 2000)
Date Published: (May 30, 2000)
2 reviews about Practical Demonkeeping: A Comedy of Horrors...
review by . July 05, 2010
   I highly recommend reading Practical Demonkeeping by Christopher Moore. His book tend to contain a lot of humor and crazy situations for his characters. Here we have the main character Travis O'Hearn who is one hundred years old traveling along with a green demon named Catch. Travis wants to do whatever he can to get rid of Catch. When the two settles in Pine Cove, California, Travis sees this as the perfect opportunity to ditch Catch.Moore utilizes various points of view from the …
review by . November 20, 2008
Practical Demonkeeping by Christopher Moore
Every now and then, those of us who indulge in the most gruesome of the horror and science fiction genre must kick back, take a load off, and curl up with a well written and light hearted book that will allow us a chuckle or two. This is the book for that moment. Relatively short (238 pages) and a very fast read, Moore's tale is not only captivating but will leave you chuckling in morbid humor. Travis O'Hearn is over ninety years old, but doesn't look a day over twenty five. This is because of his …
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