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by Joanne Kimes

ePub Christmas Sucks: What to Do When Fruitcake, Family, and Finding the Perfect Gift Make You Miserable download
Author:
Joanne Kimes
ISBN13:
978-1598698121
ISBN:
1598698125
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Publisher:
Adams Media (October 17, 2008)
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Subcategory:
Christian Living
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1186 kb
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1996 kb
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Rating:
4.1
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983

Christmas, of course, brings lots of pleasure to many people. As the book promises, Christmas has a lot of downsides.

Christmas, of course, brings lots of pleasure to many people. I assumed that the book would deliver a polemic on those downsides, with a lot of humor thrown in. I expected something along the lines of the Erma Bombeck books. There are movies on this same subject that would deliver more than this book

Christmas Sucks book. Besides, once I realized that pregnancy sucks, it gave me the perfect fodder for my first book entitled, "Pregnancy Sucks: What to do When Your Miracle Makes you Miserable".

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Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. With twelve days of Christmas, there’s plenty of reasons why this is far from the most wonderful time of the year.

Christmas Sucks by Joanne Kimes "Sucks" series. Quick humorous read with tips and tricks for surviving the holiday season: shopping, choosing the perfect gift, meals, office parties, in-laws, houseguests, weight gain, etc. This is not an anti-Christmas book. gifts actually meant something

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I love these kinds of books (I had little use for What to Expect When You Are Expecting and instead relied on The Girlfriends Guide To Pregnancy and Pregnancy Sucks, also by Joanne Kimes). And this book delivers. What does it deliver? Practical advice as well as plenty of humor.

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These days, Christmas lights adorn front porches before the Thanksgiving turkey is even in the oven. Plane tickets to visit hardly-missed relatives cost more than the suitcase full of presents people have to lug across the country. And radios everywhere play songs about that fat guy in a red suit on an endless loop. Yes, it’s official: Christmas Sucks. This title is a humorous look at America’s commercialization of the Christmas holiday season and the terrible travel, inordinate amount of preparation, and family strife that accompanies it. You can commiserate with the fact that everyone drives themselves into debt buying gifts, no one enjoys seeing long-lost relatives, and everyone is creeped out by the department store Santa. With twelve days of Christmas, there’s plenty of reasons why this is far from the most wonderful time of the year.
  • I expected more from this book. I expected more humor, more insight. The book did not deliver. I have no issue with the basic premise and no religious convictions that would have me biased against the nature of the book.

    Christmas, of course, brings lots of pleasure to many people. As the book promises, Christmas has a lot of downsides. I assumed that the book would deliver a polemic on those downsides, with a lot of humor thrown in. I expected something along the lines of the Erma Bombeck books.

    Save your money. I suspect that there are similar books on the subject of Christmas and the hassles one has to face in celebrating the Christmas season. If the subject interests you, you might search the internet for alternative reading. There are movies on this same subject that would deliver more than this book.

  • I realize this is suppose to be a stress relief but I just found the book depressing. Maybe the fact I've always loved Christmas didn't help. The author doesn't seem to appreciate what she has but complains a lot.

  • I bought this book to calm my nerves on a flight to Disneyworld in January. It worked! It was funny and although I don't hate Christmas anymore since my daughter was born (but am now scared of flying), I felt frazzled from a hectic holiday season. The book made me laugh as some of the situations were even worse than mine. Well-written and enjoyable read.

  • Love the sarcasm and cynicism! Will definitely read again. Reminiscent of Erma Bombeck's humour; Will recommend to siblings as we approach next year's holiday season!

  • The title makes this sound like a Christmas bashing book but it is far from it. Gives great tips, advice and ideas for making your holiday season less frantic and stressful and much more relaxed and worry-free.