Pages no: 270
, Science Fiction
, Historical Fiction
, Alternate History
The two-star rating isn't fair, but I didn't enjoy Unholy Night very much. Grahame-Smith tells a good story, tweaking the established framework of the Nativity to build a compelling tale filled with adventure, revenge, and a little mysticism; however, the novel's bad guys are really indefensibly bad...
The story of the birth of Jesus Christ may be one familiar to many, but on the other hand very little is known about the three wise men that brought him gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh. This is why this book is so entertaining. Unholy Night pretty much asks, what if these Three Kings were actu...
I read this book strictly because I enjoyed the last book by the author so much. I went in to it not knowing anything about it, which is good because I probably would not have chosen it otherwise. I continue to be impressed by the alternative reality/plausible fiction of Seth Grahame-Smith's books...
I had to distract myself so much since I started this book. I didn't want it to end, but I never wanted to stop reading it. He painted a beautiful picture of what could have happened. I look forward to the next story he takes into his own hands. I've always recommended his books to friends who want...
I'm not one for tales about god or his "son", but this was a goddamn good read. This is a tale of three, perhaps-not-as-wise-as-you'd-expect men. But really it's about a thief named Balthazar. And he is in no way associated with god or religion or priestly wisdom or even regular wisdom, for that mat...
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