Revenge of the Christmas Box

  • by Cathy Crimmins, Tom Maeder
  • Narrated by Arte Johnson
  • 1 hrs and 39 mins
  • Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

If there's even a smidgen of Scrooge in your psyche, just say, "Bah-Humbug!" and laugh at this satire of the treacly best seller, The Christmas Box. Among the variations on the theme are: The Christmas Vox, in which a young man finds himself having phone sex with Ms. Santa Claus; The Christmas Jury Box, a touching memoir by a sequestered O.J. juror who misses her fruitcake; and The Christmas Box Lunch, the touching tale of a caterer's X-mas. You'll be pleased to learn that the true meaning of Christmas is receiving.


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Customer Reviews

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How many boxes

If one was to write a Christmas story, what would you call it. Every type of box you could dream up. Okay story, some amusing scenes but okay at best.
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- Robert C Moore "I enjoy listening to book more than reading. But that doesn't compare to a movie."

Recorded from an Oatmeal Box

What would have made Revenge of the Christmas Box better?

The recording should have been made using real microphones instead of, what sounds like, a Mr Microphone broadcasting thru an AM transistor radio built circa 1962. This release has all of the fidelity and clarity of Thomas Edison's original attempt to recite Mary Had a Little Lamb on a wax cylinder.

What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)

never got there.

Would you be willing to try another one of Arte Johnson’s performances?

Little Artie is fine; now open the sealed box he's speaking from and let him try reading it again in front of a real microphone.

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- E. Van Eckert "vanEckert"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-16-1999
  • Publisher: Phoenix Books