Just finished reading "Currant Events" by Piers Anthony. I'm not the biggest fan of fantasy works but I have read a reasonable amount. But this is the first time I've ever read anything by this guy. Enough with the puns already!!! SOME of them are funny. Most of them are interesting. But in that quantity, at that frequency, it's just too much. The book is full of them. As are (apparently) all his other Xanth books. I understant that that's the point, but still... Whew!
On a more positive note, I do have to say that it is a refreshing change from the usual fantasy genre fare. It's certainly a different way of writing (especially considering the fact that he wholeheartedly accepts reader suggestions). And the plot was sufficiently attention-grabbing. I did read the whole book. But I may not ever read another.
If you read it, don't forget the "Author's Note" at the end. It tells of his adventures with his computer's operating system and other behind-the-scenes commentary.