Krengel & The Krampusz

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Krengel & The Krampusz

Krengel The Krampusz The epic origin of a beloved holiday icon unfolds as nine year old Klaas Krengel flees plague ravaged Germania on a swashbuckling adventure across Medieval Europe to the remote ends of the earth whe

  • Title: Krengel & The Krampusz
  • Author: M.C.Norris
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 197
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The epic origin of a beloved holiday icon unfolds, as nine year old Klaas Krengel flees plague ravaged Germania on a swashbuckling adventure across Medieval Europe to the remote ends of the earth, where he finds himself pitted against a gruesome host of adversaries, all resurrected from old Austrian lore A bit of a spoiled brat, Krengel s only friend is an insidious countThe epic origin of a beloved holiday icon unfolds, as nine year old Klaas Krengel flees plague ravaged Germania on a swashbuckling adventure across Medieval Europe to the remote ends of the earth, where he finds himself pitted against a gruesome host of adversaries, all resurrected from old Austrian lore A bit of a spoiled brat, Krengel s only friend is an insidious counterpart called the Krampusz, a blue furred monster who suffers from a pronounced hoarding disorder Vexed by his half brother s lifelong privilege and pampering, the Krampusz enjoys nothing than imperiling the boy through calculated misdirection, ultimately trapping him in the bottomless depths of the enchanted Sack of Shadows Therein, a fantastic realm of weird and warring races demands a showdown between Krengel and its tyrannical ruler, a horrendous witch who alone holds a key to the connection between Krengel and the Krampusz.

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    1. Newton Newton on said:

      My initial fear was that “Krengel and the Krampusz” was going to be another half-hearted holiday crossover book featuring some sort of sadistic Santa Claus hell bent on punishing both the naughty and the nice alike. To my shock and delight, this was not to be the case. What Norris has succeeded in doing here is crafting a wonderfully bizarre and particularly eloquent reimagining of both the Kris Kringle character as well as his often ignored folklore counterpart, the demon-like Krampus. But [...]

    2. Dianne on said:

      Click on Banner to EnterEnter to win a $25 gift card! Open World Wide!A Halloween horror story? The true tale of how the benevolent Santa Claus and all of his trappings came to be? A little of both? Dark and edgy, Krengel and the Krampusz by M. C. Norris is a chilling tale from long ago legends, brought back to life with a raw clarity in this twisted version for contemporary readers. A young boy, wealthy and spoiled, becomes the center of a dark adventure when he discovers he may have an evil [...]

    3. Greg at 2 Book Lovers Reviews on said:

      Krengel & The Krampusz beings with an all too familiar and comfortable melody"On the night before Christmas, while the midnight bells tolled, he flayed his sweet cheeks with outgrown nails. Pigeons turtled their necks and winked in the rafters. Vermin scuttled along their muddy byways". I found myself having to read it out loud. I thought to myself, now this is what I like. Take something warm, comfortable and twist it into something outrageous and shocking.I was initially intrigued by the c [...]

    4. April Wood on said:

      Full book review @ aprillwood.wordpress/2014“If there was one thing that the beast inside Klass Krengel hated, it was being ignored.”I don’t normally seek out books for review, but when I saw the opportunity to read and review Krengel & The Krampusz, I jumped right on it! This speculative fiction is a horrific historical Christmas Tale about young Klass Krengel and his awful counterpart, the Krampusz.Young Klass is born to the wealthiest family in all of Germania. However, the jabberin [...]

    5. JenniferRicketts (Donnie Darko Girl) on said:

      I received a review copy of this novel for my stop on the blog tour at Donnie Darko Girl. Not only did the cover for Krengel and the Krampusz draw me in, but the synopsis was deliciously intriguing. I love it when Christmas and horror are mixed together, and the results of the mixture in this novel inspire chills comparable to being stranded out in a blizzard. The language Norris uses to tell this story of Krengel and the Krampusz was mesmerizing, and though it took me time in the beginning to g [...]

    6. Charlotte Gerber on said:

      Forget everything you think you know about the story about Santa Claus and get ready for a tale that will scare your socks off. The story begins with a spoiled rotten Klaas Krengel who joins a choir of orphans who are cared for by Friar Otto - after all, touring the countryside singing is way better than living in a castle and being ignored. He soon learns that the choir isn't what he thought it would be, and he couldn't carry a tune in a bag if he had to - and the other children resent him for [...]

    7. Michelle allan on said:

      I just cant get into this book. This is a shame because I was really looking forward to reading it. I did not finish.

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