Christmas Book Suggestions
Let It Snow: Three Holiday Romances - John Green, Maureen Johnson and Lauren Myracle
A collaboration between three YA writers creating a winter themed intertwined love story. I've seen this book mentioned a lot over the past month as a great winter read. I'm interested to see how the writing style works with it been a mixture of authors and if this book is really worth the hype.
Harry Potter And The Philosophers Stone - J.K Rowling
One of my favourite things about the Harry Potter books is how magical they make Christmas seem and that's in a world where magic exists. I think the earliest books do Christmas best, Harry's first Christmas at Hogwarts is such a memorable experience and one which is so heart warming.
This is surely one of the best known Christmas stories but one I've never read. I'd love to get into reading more classics but I'm a little scared of them. I think reading one where the story is so familiar would help me get over that fear.
Hogfather - Terry Pratchett
The Hogfather is the Discworlds version of Santa, this particular Christmas he's unable to deliver all the presents so he hires Death to help. The discworld novels are interesting because they are not of this world but then mimic it in so many interesting ways. I've not read this book but previous stories featuring death have been funny so I look forward to giving this one a go.
Do you have any Christmas favourites?
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