So here’s my problem…..
I started reading this book, thinking it would be funny, I could review it for Christmas and be timely and relevant and it was short and I’d finish it quickly….
…and I didn’t like it enough to finish it. I didn’t even get to the brain-eating zombies the Angel raised when he got confused by the wishes of the wrong child to have Santa raised from the dead after he’d been whacked in the face with a shovel by a Christmas-tree-stealing do-gooder whose friend wields a broadsword.
That enough about plot summary? The plot could best be described as “smoke pot while watching HBO all night, then write.” Yeah, hilarious. Not.
What’s funny about a bunch of stereotypes slouching toward Bethlehem in an overwritten “ain’t my word use clever” streams of unmerciful-undead never ceasing?
I never read any of Moore’s other books. Tom Robbins kills me, so funny, so kooky, so Lewis Carroll on a good day. Moore, apparently, is meant to be like him.
Still waiting to see that parallel line meet itself….
So I’m sorry to tell you that I have no Monday book because I backed the wrong horse, and didn’t have time to start over.
All I can tell you is, save yourself. If you like character driven plots, well, his characters are as thin as the paper they’re written on. His plot is driven by wild horses running away, and I’m not going to be looking for any more Moores.
Go watch Alias Grace. It’s way better and you can crochet at the same time.