Sometimes, readers send in review of the Official Favorite Book of Elisberg Industries, A Christmas Carol 2: The Return of Scrooge, and they're just too heart-warming not to pass along. Here's one that came in just moments ago.
I want to say that I just read the most wonderful book ever, A Christmas Carol 2: The Return of Scrooge. I thought, 'Who in the world would ever want to read a book about Christmas in April??!' But then I realized, funny is funny any time. And this book is Funny with a capital 'F.' Not since I read The Great Gatsby has literature moved me so much. Well, okay, I didn't actually read The Great Gatsby, but I saw the movie. Actually, I didn't see the movie, since it hasn't opened yet, but I did see a TV ad for it. And it looks great. Okay, I haven't seen any TV ads, but I like Leonard DiCaprio and he always pick great movies to do (except The Beach), so I'm sure The Great Gatsby is great. And A Christmas Carol 2: The Return of Scrooge is every bit as good and probably even funnier, even though it doesn't have Leonard DiCaprio in it. So, that means I liked it a whole lot. Even though it wasn't Christmas, either.
Needless-to-say, when we get reviews like that, we are so appreciative. Not as appreciative as when people as when people go to Amazon.com, of course, and do what we know is in their hearts, but appreciation takes many shapes. Like the appreciation that Charles Dickens wrote the original, A Christmas Carol, without which A Christmas Carol 2: The Return of Scrooge wouldn't exist, bringing joy to the world, all year 'round.
God bless us, everyone 2.
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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