The setting was in the late 1800’s. Nicholas Santa, with his wife (Jennifer) and son (Jon), decided to jump ship and explore the North Pole. I can't rightly say if it’s unfortunate that they discovered the top of the world inhabited. The fact is, the place had been occupied for 40,000 years in contentment, until the Fracture. The Santas found themselves caught in the middle of a Nordic elven revolution. Apparently, the new hierarchy hates all warmbloods (humans); and wishes to stop them from polluting the planet, by means of eradicating every single one. Meanwhile, the separatist believes in a peaceful coexistence. They want the humans to know that elves exist in the North Pole. Those round and bouncy, pink-cheeked and jolly kind of elves. Ever since the fracture, they have been on the run (or rather, on the jump) for 150 years.
- Have you ever wondered why we prefer building snowman in front of our houses?
- How can Santa Claus travel the world in just a single night? Can reindeers really fly?
- How can elves survive in the North Pole?
- Where do they get their food?
- With all that fat, how can Santa Claus fit in the chimney, and still like to eat cookies?
Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for giving me a chance to read this in exchange for an honest review. Review also available on Goodreads.