Stormi's Review: Zanta Claus: There's another Claus in town! by D.C. Little
Released: November 23, 2015
Genre: Young Adult, Humor, Fiction
Length: 205 pages
Zanta Claus is a hilariously funny, fresh story guaranteed to brighten your holiday season. David Kringle, Santa’s brother, realizes his destiny is to start his own fairy tale, Zanta Claus, which starts where his brother’s ends. The new fairy tale is an extension of the family business, but is different in every way! David is a slender, handsome man with a quick wit and a certain charisma with the ladies. He is hopeful he will find the one, even after searching for over a thousand years! David had found a niche in life as an author, writing about the family business with titles such as “Elves Gone Wild”, “One Reindeer You Don’t Want to Pet”, and others. Despite these less than flattering views of the North Pole, Kris and Claire support David in all his endeavors – that doesn’t mean there isn’t restitution! The Council of Fairy Tales approves the Zanta Claus charter for a one-year provisional trial. The race is on to prove the new South Pole fairy tale can make a difference in the world. The success of Zanta Claus relies on the edgy elves appointed by the Elf Union, a rookie reindeer team and their strict trainer, an inexperienced head elf, a cantankerous plant foreman and the rest of a colorful, hilarious cast of characters. Their journey is sure to become part of your holiday season for years to come.
Five Boundless Stars
Let me just start off by saying I absolutely loved this book. This was a great book to read around the holiday season. This book follows David, the brother to Santa Claus. In this book it tells his story of becoming Zanta Claus. He is pretty much the Santa for adults. It follows his journey along the way from the good to the bad to the down right hilarious. I really enjoyed this book. I absolutely love Christmas and this book stole my heart and attention on page one. It was written very well and was filled with so many wonderful characters. The story was heart warming, funny, and full of holiday cheer. Honestly, I would love to see another book about David, Anne, and his great crew. Definitely a great read!