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Halloween lantern decorates the Christmas tree Subhajit Waugh

Halloween lantern decorates the Christmas tree

Subhajit Waugh

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Devil intends to rule Christmas and Halloween worlds by exploiting Jack, alias ‘pumpkin king’, as a puppet. Jack, the supposed bad guy, had sold his soul to Devil, and risks an excruciating death if he resists. He has to rise from an underdog as a ‘MoreDevil intends to rule Christmas and Halloween worlds by exploiting Jack, alias ‘pumpkin king’, as a puppet. Jack, the supposed bad guy, had sold his soul to Devil, and risks an excruciating death if he resists. He has to rise from an underdog as a ‘dark hero’ to thwart Devil’s desire. But will Jack’s intellect, cunning, and hook or by crook policy be enough against the impossible odds?ABOUT: This is the first novel (and the only one) which seamlessly knits together the ‘Halloween legend’ and Christmas characters (like Krampus, henpecked Santa Claus & bullying Mrs. Santa, ogress Gryla-the mother of Yule lads, et al). This is an action packed, fast-paced, globetrotting novel, with a taste of cold war era spy thrillers and enriched with flavors of popular folklore & exotic legends.Detailed description:Jack sells his soul to Devil. Through a chain of incidents, he gains eternal youth, and becomes the ‘spiritual leader of Halloween’ alias ‘pumpkin king’. Now with the noose around his neck, he is resisting the takeover of his Halloween world by Devil.Meanwhile, Christmas world is torn apart by territorial conflict between ‘Santa Claus’ and ‘Ded Moroz’, the Russian counterpart and arch-rival of Santa. ‘Ded Moroz’ is convinced that two tigers can’t share a forest, nor can two swords coexist peacefully in the same sheathe- hence he must knock out Santa from the Christmas arena forever.Things turn worse for Jack when Devil decides to fan the Christmas rivalry for personal gains, and rule Halloween world through proxy by exploiting Jack as a puppet.Jack soon finds out that he must pull the strings for Devil like a mere slave, and his position is no different from the day when Devil almost flogged him to death. He risks an excruciating death by burning in the embers of hell if he resists.Jack, the supposed bad guy, has to rise from an underdog as a ‘dark hero’ to thwart Devil’s nefarious desire. But will Jack’s intellect, cunning, and ‘hook or by crook’ policy be enough against the impossible odds?