Moore, you’ve done it again. This book was laugh out loud hilarious: truly a joy from cover to cover. Many of the characters in this novel first appeared in other books so it would be neat if you could read all the others first and then watch them interact in this odd little world. I had only read one other so most of the characters were knew to me but I loved knowing more back story than was provided. (Read and reviewed, 2010 September 5)
Read this, read it now. I’m going to re-read it around the holidays to give me some perspective around that busy time of year.
(Read and reviewed, December 2012)
And I just completed another re-read, wrapped up at the end of Christmas Day. Irreverent and clever and a reminder no matter your day, things could always be worse if a dumb angel was involved, and El Niño. The characters are thrown together in a comedy of errors, and a final act that takes an unexpected turn. It is the perfect thing to cozy up with after the gifts are open and dinner is behind you
Merry Christmas to all!
(Read and reviewed Dec 25, 2013)
I’m reading it now and loving it.
This is the first I’ve heard of someone making a book into a Christmas tradition. You know, besides the usual suspects (A Christmas Carol and the like). But you couldn’t have made a much better choice, I think!