Sacre Bleu: A Comedy D'Art (Compact Disc)
Christopher Moore is a very sick man, in the very best sense of that word. Carl Hiassen
Moore's novels] deftly blend surreal, occult, and even science-fiction doings with laugh-out-loud satire of contemporary culture. Washington Post
If there's a funnier writer out there, step forward. Playboy
Absolutely nothing is sacred to Christopher Moore. The phenomenally popular, New York Times bestselling satirist whom the Atlanta Journal-Constitution calls, Stephen King with a whoopee cushion and a double-espresso imagination has already lampooned Shakespeare, San Francisco vampires, marine biologists, Death even Jesus Christ and Santa Claus Now, in his latest masterpiece, Sacre Bleu, the immortal Moore takes on the Great French Masters. A magnificent Comedy d Art from the author of Lamb, Fool, and Bite Me, Moore's Sacre Bleu is part mystery, part history (sort of), part love story, and wholly hilarious as it follows a young baker-painter as he joins the dapper Henri Toulouse-Lautrec on a quest to unravel the mystery behind the supposed suicide of Vincent van Gogh.
About the Author
Christopher Moore is the author of twelve previous novels: Practical Demonkeeping, Coyote Blue, Bloodsucking Fiends, Island of the Sequined Love Nun, The Lust Lizard of Melancholy Cove, Lamb, Fluke, The Stupidest Angel, A Dirty Job, You Suck, Fool, and Bite Me. He lives in San Francisco, California.
Euan Morton s narration credits include Christopher Moore s "Fool "and "Sacre Bleu", Neil Gaiman s "Stories", Eoin Colfer s "Benny "books, and Frank Herbert s "Dune "and "Chapterhouse Dune". Morton s breakthrough role was appearing as Boy George in the musical "Taboo", which earned him a Laurence Olivier Award nomination. He reprised the role on Broadway, earning Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle and Drama League Award nominations, as well as the Theatre World Award (for Outstanding Broadway Debut). Morton's other stage performances include "Leaves of Glass, Sondheim on Sondheim", and "Cyrano De Bergerac". He lives in New York City and Arlington, Virginia.