Book Review: Silent Night

Silent Night

“I looked up this holiday of yours,” he said, seeming to ignore the question. “It was very enlightening.”

Jeffry Floyd is one of the few (maybe the only!) people who would spend Christmas Day dying instead of accepting an invitation to celebrate with the woman he’s falling in love with. Of course, Floyd isn’t technically a person and he doesn’t really understand Christmas. He does know that he’s tired of Joseph Adams asking him if he’s okay. The truth is, he isn’t. And he doesn’t know if he ever will be again.

Let me start by saying that if you haven’t read first six supervillain books, you shouldn’t start with this one. Go back to the beginning and work on catching up. Silent Night is a short story that fits right in with the longer books in the series. Not the most polished writing style, but the quirky, loveable characters make up for it. This story jumps around a lot, making it a bit hard to follow at times, but you’ll get the hang of it. 😉 It’s a nice follow up to book six, and a nice filler while fans wait for the next “season”.

Read my review of book 1, Supervillain of the Day.

P.S. Because of Christmas, there won’t be a Guess a Quote this Monday.

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