Rudolph!: He Is the Reason for the Season

Bestseller Ebook Rudolph He Is the Reason for the Season

Bestseller Ebook Rudolph!: He Is the Reason for the Season published Rudolph is a first person account of the behind the scenes workings at the North Pole Narrated by Bernard Rosewood, one of the elves of the North Pole Consortium, the story begins with Santa s realization that a young girl s request to get her dad back for Christmas isn t going to happen Dad, you see, died in a car accident on a snowy road shortly after Thanksgiving ThRudolph is a first person account of the behind the scenes workings at the North Pole Narrated by Bernard Rosewood, one of the elves of the North Pole Consortium, the story begins with Santa s realization that a young girl s request to get her dad back for Christmas isn t going to happen Dad, you see, died in a car accident on a snowy road shortly after Thanksgiving The NPC can do a lot, but they can t do miracles Enter Rudolph, who has been hairless, cranky, and perpetually irradiated since the unfortunate malfunction of the Nuclear Clock in 1964 Rudolph is a survivor of the worst accident in the 400 plus years of NPC delivery, and if there is anyone on staff who believes in miracles than jolly Saint Nick, it s Rudolph Bernie, in a valiant effort to keep Christmas from going off the rails, is swept up into a Heaven storming, Hell crusading, Night of Bad Musical Numbers adventure to ensure that every child wakes up with presents on Christmas morning Rudolph is a funny and fast paced reaction to fifty years of world weary cynicism, technological advances, and post millennial ennui since Rankin Bass brought a stop motion reindeer into our living rooms.. Bestseller Kindle Rudolph!: He Is the Reason for the Season This book had me on the first page. Heck, the fist sentence. I mean, come on, how can you read: "The night before the night before Christmas I caught Santa Claus trying to hack into the Vatican's computer system." and not want to know what happens next and how the story ends? It's not often a book surprises me the way Rudolph surprised me. It is a wonderfully weird story that somehow pleased both the atheist, anti-Xmas, hater of the Great Shopping Holiday part of me, and the part of me that remembers--with great joy--sneaking out into the living room to sleep beneath the glow of the Christmas tree lights and sparkling tinsel because it felt magical. Geek culture references share the stage with Dante, cop movie standbys ("I'm too old for this shit") rub elbows with Shakespeare, nothing and everything is sacred in this story. As cliché as it may sound, I laughed and I cried, but most of all I closed the last page strangely reconciled with the holiday season and a new definition of the Christmas Spirit. I’ve tried to think of a way to summarize the plot that conveys the idea without minimizing it. I have failed. This is a book that you simply must read to understand. However, if the idea of a slug-fest between Satan and Santa's reindeer intrigues you, I guarantee you'll walk away happy. I should also note that despite the title and subject matter, this is not strictly a "holiday" book. You'll enjoy Rudolph as much in June as you will in December. High fives to Teppo for taking a risk and giving the world something new. Rudolph should be required reading for every Bah Humbugger out there.
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  1. Mark Teppo has written nearly a dozen novels, both by himself and in collaboration with others His Codex of Souls urban fantasy series preceded the occult noir revival, and his eco thriller, Earth Thirst, revitalized the vampire mythology, bringing the old bloodsuckers into the 21st century Recently, he s been the Chief Creative Officer for Subutai Corporation where he was the showrunner and lead writer for the Foreworld Saga, a transmedia project that spans novels, video games, serialization, and comic books He is the founder and publisher of Resurrection House, a publishing company dedicated to restoring the love affair with the printed book.

634 Reply to “Rudolph!: He Is the Reason for the Season”

  1. This book had me on the first page Heck, the fist sentence I mean, come on, how can you read The night before the night before Christmas I caught Santa Claus trying to hack into the Vatican s computer system and not want to know what happens next and how the story ends It s not often a book surprises me the way Rudolph surprised me It is a wonderfully weird story that somehow pleased both the atheist, anti Xmas, hater of the Great Shopping Holiday part of me, and the part of me that remembers wi [...]


  2. Well I can say I never read anything like this book But I m not much of one for fantasy or Sci Fi Not that this is Sci Fi, but you must, absolutely, suspend all preconceptions about Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, Santa, the elves, Mrs Claus, the North Pole and all, ALL other Christmas traditions And if you have read this far be warned and be aware, this is NOT, I repeat, NOT a children s book NOT.Let me see if I get this straight Mrs Claus has an iMac and Santa has a stun gun He sends Christmas [...]


  3. If you are looking for a Holiday story and are wanting something a bit edgy and different, Rudolph is the book for you The story begins at the North Pole the night before the night before Christmas, where Santa is frantically searching the internet working to fulfill a last minute Christmas wish Rudolph, Santa, Bernie the Elf and the rest of the reindeer team promptly set out on several no holds barred trips with the Mark V Sled, and of course the reindeer fly They have a variety of high tech fi [...]


  4. Wasn t sure what to expect from this book because I hate Christmas, but I know Mark well enough not to expect saccharin This was therefore surprisingly hard hitting A madcap romp through purgatory and hell and even the theatre Hilarious at times, dark, surprising, and sad It did make me think twice about hating Christmas Aren t rituals important My main niggle with the book, which did bother me than it should, was the idea that in all the years of fulfilling wishes, no kid ever asked Santa for [...]


  5. I won this through First Reads, I entered because the premise was intriguing and original I jumped it to the front of my review line when it arrived, I don t regret that decision in the slightest A Christmas story that isn t a Christmas but is a Christmas story It was funny and action packed Rudolph and elves, Dante s Inferno, and James Bond Batman Ironman level gadgets This story was a great read and great fun.


  6. This book is just such a confusing mess of a story that I can t even finish it 200 pages in and I m giving up I agree with the other 1 star review, in that I believe that the positive ratings could only be from friends of the author I thought that this story seemed so promising at first but it quickly went down hill Leave this one on the bookshelf, it s not worth your time.


  7. One extra star for amusing premise this book could have been a great, fun, read but instead I stalled out at pg 147 Plot wise the book is a bit of a meanders mess and none of the characters grabbed me enough to keep me reading.




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