Christopher Moore, once my go to guy for twisted takes on the early life of Jesus, an average guy who becomes death, and a guy who works for a sexy vampire has competition.
Seth Grahme-Smith, author of the brilliantly written Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter, has done it again with his take on the birth of Jesus and the actions of the three wise men.
Unholy Night is not for the squeamish. Grahme-Smith writes very vividly about limbs that meet with sharp swords, the recreation of the killing of male children in an attempt to eliminate the threat of the Messiah to King Herod, and a torture scene that made me squirm.
Seth Grahme-Smith takes a historical event, then
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