As I've mentioned, I’m doing a promotion for A Christmas Carol 2: The Return of Scrooge and have been getting a bunch of reviews. Most have extremely very positive, though when people somehow don’t get that this is a humor parody but actually think it’s a serious sequel (??!)!, they tend to be mediocre. But today was one of the best, and…well, if I can't pass it along, who can?
The whole review is here for the skeptical among you, or the full-review afficionados, but for everyone else, this is keeper excerpt --
"A Christmas Carol 2: The Return of Scrooge by Robert J. Elisberg is a real treat. While many retellings of Scrooge's transformation have come to us over the years, this is perhaps the most unique twist of the story I've seen, and it certainly is one of the funniest. I'm hoping I might be able to sneak in another reading of it before the year ends. Some of the text will be familiar to readers of A Christmas Carol, and though the style has a modern feel to it, it also captures the essence of Dickens. This reader feels that while this is a light and humorous story, it highlights an issue that plays itself out in political and social circles today. If you enjoy tales of the season, you won't want to miss this one."
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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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