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Fluke

One thing that you can be sure of with author Christopher Moore…it’s bizarre.  He has one wild imagination.  Unlike Mr. Gump’s box of chocolates, you always know that you’ll get a wildly creative story from Moore.

In Fluke, biologists are studying whales in Hawaii.  Some of them are studying the “songs” of whales, trying to figure out why they sing.  This is a fairly close-knit community with some competition, but they generally play nice.  When one group has a series of unfortunate events, the story gets a little crazy.  All that I can say is prep yourself for ladies who talk to whales, Amelia Earhart, Rastafarian, Jonah, and the U.S. Navy.  Read for yourself to see how this is strung together.