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The Christmas Curmudgeon

James Cox (Author)

ISBN: 0-7414-4087-3 ©2007
Price: $14.95
Book Size: 5.5'' x 8.5'' , 225 pages
Category/Subject: FICTION / Humorous

The Christmas gift to end all Christmas gifts! The Christmas Curmudgeon. A hilarious family story with an important Christmas message. “Remember, nothing is better than debt!” Send a copy to all your friends. They’ll love you for it.

The Christmas Curmudgeon is a family story full of warmth and great humor. Follow the brothers Jenkins from Thanksgiving Day (the more you eat, the more you can eat) to Christmas Day as they plaster the mall with anti-Christmas posters, start an anti-Christmas card campaign and address the world with their iconoclastic ideas about Christmas. After meeting two Vietnam veterans deep in the North Carolina mountains and presenting a soap box rant at the local park, Henry Jenkins suffers a heart attack. The two brothers are moved to confront themselves and change their attitudes toward life and toward Christmas.

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Customer Reviews

  The Christmas Curmudgeon , 10/17/2007
Reviewer: Walter Dinteman
Was Ebenezer Scrooge right? Is Christmas "humbug" or a vast conspiracy of the media and globalized business to control the masses through consumption and debt? You will find all this and much more in Jim Cox's wonderfully human story of Everyman and his brother trying to rally like-minded people into an anti-Christmas revolution, but discovering the true spirit of the season along the way. The story runs the gamut of the hilarity of "Nation Lampoon's Christmas" to some serious thinking about spiritual experience that is more real than so-called reality. I highly recommend reading this book and giving as gifts to friends this Christmas. --W Dinteman, Stege, Denmark

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