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All I Want for Christmas: A Horror Short Story

by Jason Brant

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All I Want for Christmas is devilishly clever and fiendishly brilliant. Who knew that Jason Brant could channel his inner teenager so well - and one who's a girl at that but he did and I think that speaks volumes for him as a writer. I've always loved his characters and he seems to be able to get into their heads so effortlessly so that when I was reading this it actually felt like I was reading the journals from a teenage girl: one full of angst, melodrama and all the things that come along with being a teenager. I was laughing through most of the story and let's face it, this wouldn't be a Jason Brant story unless it had a clever twist in it somewhere and a twist it has. I so love a good ending :D I never saw it coming, at least not like that hehe.

All I Want for Christmas is a set of journal entries by a teenage girl who has a huge crush on a boy at her school. He's the most perfect boy ever and he's all she wants for Christmas. Telling you any more than that would be darn near criminal, you just have to read it for yourself.

I was pretty excited about this one especially since I'd only read one other short story by him which was Lotion and that one was one crazy story which was what eventually became responsible for him writing his The Hunger series which is one of my all-time favorite zombie stories, right up there with Dawn of the Dead so if you get a chance then check those out too. If you want a fun, off the wall Christmas story then look no further. All I Want for Christmas was well worth the price of admission and still leaves a big smile on my face. ( )
  Jamiesbookblog | Oct 26, 2014 |
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