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Truly brilliant stuff. You just gotta read it. And Peter Jackson needs to option this for a movie! Dec 15, Julia rated it liked it Shelves: book-club.
Laugh out loud funny some of the time - couldn't quite maintain the pace or humour all the way through. Enjoyable nevertheless and appropriate for the season.
Dec 20, Jeff Grosser rated it really liked it. A funny, lighthearted holiday read. View 2 comments. Jan 30, Danny Newell rated it it was amazing.
Really enjoyed this! Harmon put so much thought and care into this that you gotta applaud him. His love of Christmas is apparent and more importantly, completely contagious.
Feb 18, Paul Pessolano rated it really liked it. A "Ho-Ho-Ho" three times over for this book. If you are looking for a "Christmas Read" that is totally delightful and clever, you owe it to yourself to pick up this book.
Gumdrop Coal, oneof Santa's elves, has just lost his job. He finds naughty boys and girls and puts coal in their Christmas stockings. I know this guy!!!!!
Gumdrop loses his job when a parent of on A "Ho-Ho-Ho" three times over for this book. Gumdrop loses his job when a parent of one of his naughty list children is found dead, and Gumdrop is implicated.
One question, "Do you remember Ralphie your gonna shot your eye out from a "Christmas Story"? Gumdrop must get to the bottom of this treachery and discovers what may be a sinister plot contrived by his replacement, Charles "Candy" Cane.
Gumdrop finds some support from his fellow elf, "Dingleberry Fizz", and a female reporter from "The Marshmellow Gazette", Rosebud Jubilee.
A cleverly put together story that can be enjoyed by everyone. Harmon is able to interweave several loved Christmas tales into his story and does leave the reader with some thought about the holiday season and our relations with other people.
I am positive that once you have read this book you will keep it for future Christmas's, and recommend it to your friends.
Dec 01, Stacia rated it liked it Shelves: It starts out as a fairly hard-boiled noir well, as hard-boiled as cranky elves can be , but ends up appropriately?
I think there was something on almost every page. Dec 15, Amy rated it it was amazing Shelves: books-i-own , gold-brown , bookclub. Loved this! If you're a fan of the genre and Christmas "classics," this is a great read, chock full of references.
This was a noir style frame up of an elf named Gumdrop Coal. It had so much potential but it was just too boring.
Blah blah blah. There was a lot of talk about stuff happening but nothing was happening. There were a lot of Christmas wise cracks but then it became overload.
After this I need to clean the boring noir soot off myself with a fun holiday rom com. At least the narrator was good.
He gave life to all of the Christmas characters and stereotypes. He did a great job portraying their personalities through their voices.
Dec 03, Brian rated it liked it. It had been, oh, nearly 14 years since I had read the classic crime novels by Hammet and Thompson.
Many of the characteristics of those novels were all present here; the snappy similes and clever word-play, a protagonist with attitude, and of course a foxy dame.
Perhaps that is why I liked him so; like lots of people and maybe even myself , his heart is in the right place, but his stubborn inability to see beyond his own idea of right and wrong leads to trouble.
Despite the fun factor inherent in a crime noir novel about elves, The Fat Man flirts a little too occasionally with caricature.
Maybe it even crosses the line sometimes. Too, Harmon figures quite a bit of poplar culture into the plot, which threw me off initially. Somehow in my mind I equate all Santa and elf stories with a byegone era.
I was a tad surprised as well by the religious overtones of the novel. But is he trying to push something on us here besides a fun, quirky crime noir novel?
Still, The Fat Man has its moments. When Santa expresses his disappointment with Gumdrop over the way he has behaved, it comes off so genuine and heartfelt that I felt personally responsible.
Not surprisingly, Gumdrop has the hots for her. The novel is at its absolute best when these two characters are on the same page at the same time.
I wish they could have shared the stage a little more often. The novel was fun at times, but truthfully, I was more excited about the novel before I started it than I was after I had finished it.
Nov 18, Christy Lockstein rated it it was amazing. Gumdrop Coal has lost his position on Santa's Coal Patrol, and he's not about to take it lying down.
Furious that naughty children will be rewarded with gifts for their bad behavior, Gumdrop decides to teach the parents a lesson they'll never forget, but when someone is murdered, the evidence all points to Gumdrop, and he'll have to take it on the lam to prove his innocence, but who can he trust when all of Kringle Town seems to be in the s The Fat Man by Ken Harmon is a tale of North Pole Noir.
Furious that naughty children will be rewarded with gifts for their bad behavior, Gumdrop decides to teach the parents a lesson they'll never forget, but when someone is murdered, the evidence all points to Gumdrop, and he'll have to take it on the lam to prove his innocence, but who can he trust when all of Kringle Town seems to be in the scam?
Harmon has created a new and ingenious genre for Christmas: tongue-in-cheek noir. With the hard-boiled dialogue and plot of Raymond Chandler and Dashiell Hammett, there are plenty of good-lookin' dames and back-stabbing, two-timing jerks.
Then Harmon throws in every single Christmas song, movie, story, and fable with a huge dose of humor. He is the master of the one-liner " Harmon turns all of the traditional Christmas novellas with their schmaltz and sentimentality on their ear, because not only is the story a great crime novel, it also has unexpected heart.
The story does take a hard turn in the last third so hard it almost creaks a bit , but Harmon keeps it on track for a pleasing conclusion, although I do hold out hopes for a sequel.
This would make for a terrific annual series! Jun 05, Stephen rated it liked it. I found this completely by accident in a used bookstore and immediately knew it was right up my chimney.
This is the author's first novel and, admittedly, it has some flaws. It gets a bit busy during the third act, but even with that, the very idea of doing a pulpy murder mystery set in Santa's North Pole is brilliant.
It kind of reminds me of Who Censored Roger Rabbit? So you've got an elf, Gumdrop Coal, who talks like Sa I found this completely by accident in a used bookstore and immediately knew it was right up my chimney.
He's a surly little bugger and he's wanted for murder - but it's a frame up, and the whole rest of the book is about whodunit. And yet, it all works out fairly well although, as I stated, it gets a tad messy during the big finish.
Satire only works when you do it right, and this book really reads like a hardboiled detective thriller, but with elves and Nutcrackers and reindeer and talking toys.
Bottom line: it's not perfect, but it works. It may get a little sappy at times, but that's Christmas stories for you! And the conclusion might be convoluted, but pulp mysteries tend to do that.
So really, you have an almost seamless blend of two genres, a feat few beginning writers could pull off. Heck, there as seasoned pros who might not have handled it so well.
Dec 10, Gheeta rated it really liked it Shelves: humor , mystery. I was pleasantly surprised at how much I liked this story.
I have to admit that I found the holiday cliches a bit tired after the first chapter, but once I got past that and just chalked it up to the writing style I was able to enjoy the story.
I think this book is really meant to be heard and not read. Think Sam Spade or the Thin Man--hence the noir style of the story.
It is a pretty quick read, you could probably finish it in a weekend or so. You will see references to many of your favorite Chr I was pleasantly surprised at how much I liked this story.
You will see references to many of your favorite Christmastime characters from literature and popular culture. If you are a bit jaded with the commercialism of the holidays, this is a good story to remind you of the real meaning of the season--yes, even though it has elves and Santa and 'ho ho ho'.
The underlying message of the story makes this book worth reading. Dec 19, Brian Lyons rated it it was ok. Started really strong as a blending of Noir and Christmas story elements, and had it continued would have been a great and unique read.
Unfortunately, the story devolved in just borrowing phrases and characters of those types of stories instead of making them it's own.
This partnered with the occasional and overbearing mentions of the "true meaning" of the season soured me on the book by the end.
Not a great read, but if your looking for something for the Christmas season possibly to read with Started really strong as a blending of Noir and Christmas story elements, and had it continued would have been a great and unique read.
Not a great read, but if your looking for something for the Christmas season possibly to read with a child or young adult you could do worse.
Dec 08, Keeley rated it liked it. Initially, I would have rated this one four or five stars. I adored all of the references to Christmas carols and pop culture.
And I really, really loved the Christian message of "the child," how mercy and love are more important than justice and making people behave.
It was a cute story, but it got a little too strange toward the end and went on just a little too long because of it. I would recommend this for a fun, light, irreverent Initially, I would have rated this one four or five stars.
I would recommend this for a fun, light, irreverent Christmas read. A very adorable book. Perfect for getting in the holiday spirit! I was given this as a gift right before Thanksgiving and was told to wait to read it until right after because it will put me in that Christmas mood.
And it did! It's noir and humor and suspense and love and Christmas all rolled into one well written super cute and fun read. Very much recommended for year round reading perhaps with a cup of cheer near by whatever that cheer may be.
Jan 14, Linda rated it it was amazing. Lots of fun but definitely not for small children. If you like a mystery and love Christmas, read this book.
There's almost every Christmas character you've ever met, and a few old movie references as well. And to top it off, there's are really good message too.
What more could you ask for?? Oct 30, Amy rated it it was amazing Shelves: corny-christmas-books-that-i-love-t.
Gumdrop Coal, main character, became a Christmas elf to escape his awful parents. They are Grumpy from Snow White and one of the evil step sisters from Cinderella.
It was fun to pick out the different characters throughout the book and it also had a very good message about Christmas.
Nov 23, Laura rated it really liked it. A clever, funny and even heartwarming story. My kind of Christmas book!! Dec 21, Lyra rated it liked it Shelves: audio.
Clever for the most part, but at times, the plot was secondary to working in all the characters from beloved Christmas songs and movies.
Dec 14, Kelsey Dangelo-Worth rated it it was ok. In trying to clear his name, he uncovers a plot of toy greed and the seedy underbelly of Pottersville and the Island of Misfit Toys.
Chock full of fun Christmas-movie references, this book has a lot of potential. Christmas is a time of darkness, and many films reflect that darkness in order to reflect the themes of the light.
Gumdrop—the narrator—is the cold, hard one, among the light fluff. He needed redemption, rather than being the one to bring it. Also, the goofiness of the writing candy canes for cigarettes, for example, and the direct quotes from film noir and the cramming in of Christmas references particularly the tedious long action sequence with the creatures of the 12 Days of Christmas just got very tired after a while.
Good satire takes itself seriously so the audience can laugh at the ridiculousness. This was more slapstick than nuance. Compassion and forgiveness, or not spoiling the unworthy.
Maybe in the hands of a better writer? Dec 06, Elizabeth rated it it was amazing Shelves: books-read. I had been looking for humorous Christmas books and this one was recommended to me.
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