This book is hilariously irreverent. The premise is: much has been written about Jesus Christ starting at his birth and when he was thirty-three; however, there is a big gap in his autobiography. This book fills in those lost years as told by, Levi (Biff), the supposed best friend of The Son of God. I have not read anything to date by Christopher Moore. He has written a lot of books and I'm told that he is well-known for his humor. I found this book spiritual in a weird and wacky way.