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I was eight years old when I saw my first elf' And for unlikely hero Michael it wasn't his last Michael's unfortunately but accurately named girlfriend Cruella doesn't approve of his obsession with the little people but the problem is that they won't leave him alone And who can blame them when it is his own stepfather who is responsible for causing them so much misery? Oh yes Daddy George knows that elves can do so much than the gardeningLITTLE PEOPLE is the hilarious new comic novel from Tom Holt


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    Tom Holt is the English equivalent of Christopher Moore The big difference is that Mr Moore puts setuppunchline sets in his chapters while Mr Holt is much subtle and restrained Douglas Adams is an apt and accurate comparison Where they are alike is that they both are not shy about setting up outrageous situations but then living within the constraints set up They also are both very very funny and well worth readingThis is his first book or at least the earliest of his works that our library has and is a little weak plot wise It is still funny but there are long periods where in an effort to make his plot work it gets less funnyOn the other hand it is well worth the read just for the gratuitous shots at Microsoft