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Not in Philippines? Choose your country's store to see books available for purchase. Three interconnected stories from three bestselling authors: A Christmas Eve snowstorm transforms one small town into a romantic haven, the kind you see only in movies. Well, kinda. After all, a cold and wet hike from a stranded train through the middle of nowhere would not normally end with a delicious kiss from a charming stranger.
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Also the second re-read has been a both entertaining and ronantically heart-warming experience with a dusting of awe because the three narrations fit so seamlessly together without losing their individual flavor. I can tell that the book and I will meet again. This book was absolutely perfect! Honestly, one of my favourite books ever, even if it is a Christmas book! I loved every single story SO much: The Jubilee express by Maureen Johnson: I also absolutely loved how all the stories intertwined together at the end, it was so well done!
It made me smile so many times and would be This book was absolutely perfect! It made me smile so many times and would be a great book for breaking a reading slump or putting you in a great mood! To be fair, these three stories should be rated separately.
The Jubilee Express 4. I loved how adventurous this story was but it came off a little forced and the characters annoying at times. Her friends were also equally annoying. The only thing I liked about this story was how all three of the stories came together at the end. I'm so busy at the moment that I don't have time to write a proper review. But I really enjoyed it. It was a light read filled with Christmas-y feels and love. Perfect for the holidays if you ask me, when everyone's so busy they don't have time to actually read.
As December approaches, I 3. As December approaches, I become quite obsessed with everything red, gold and dark green, I turn into a walking Christmas impersonation. That's not entirely correct, but I hope you get the idea. I love Christmas and if you don't then So, this year I decided to transfer my Christmas spirit needs into a bookish form.
What does that mean? Not only I did listen to Christmas music and watched every movie with a hint of festivities in it, but I also dedicated part of this moth to read a few books with a Christmas theme. And the first one was Let It Snow. Let It Snow is a collection of three stories from three different authors: I have to admit I didn't read anything from them before shame on me , so I was new to their writing and way of developing characters and plots.
I wasn't blown away by any of the stories, after all they were just about pages each I don't think there's a lot to work on, but I was positively impressed by their overall dedication in turning this book into a "you must read it if it's Christmas" kind of book.
Now, onto the actual story. The three stories revolve all around the same background informations. It's Christmas Eve and the weather outside id frightful I told you I am obsessed. There is a blizzard outside, the kind of one you need to stay inside with a book, a chocolate mug and a cozy blanket near the fire, not the kind during which you go outside throwing snowballs at friends and neighbors.
It was that bad. Even a train had to stop its route luckily near a residential area and the only shops open are a Waffle House and a Starbucks.
Let's see what the protagonists of the stories would do. Anyway, I hope not to give too many details away. It is about a girl named Jubilee whose parents are obsessed with the Flobie Village. I personally didn't know what the thing was or if the hype was real. Turns out it wasn't that real, but Maureen made totally plausible.
Well, it turns out that that famous Flobie Santa Village is going to change her life. Even though she is stuck on a train full of cheerleaders in the middle of a blizzard near a town called Gracetown, she doesn't lose her spirit.
Jubilee decides to go out of the train and walk into the Waffle House nearby. Who is she going to meet? Where is she going to spend her Christmas Eve and the next days with? Will she find love? I thought Maureen's writing was lively, fun and easy to read.
I really enjoyed how the plot developed and Jubilee's character was one you could identify with. Also, the ending was the sweetest. Call me cheesy, but whatever. I am who I am, I won't apologize.
Am I romantic? Do I like happy endings? Do I believe in love at first sight? Only if I can see it. And that is what happened in this story. I was able to actually SEE those two cuties fall for each other, even if their past experiences weren't forgiving with their heart. And I do mean thick. Harry Potter volume seven thick. I could have knocked out a burglar with this piece of cake. Once I tasted it, though, it seemed just the right size. That means that it isn't Christmas Eve morning or afternoon, it was evening and late night.
I didn't enjoy it as much as the Maureen Johnson one, but I was pleased by the ending. What do you do? You answer of course. So, they have to go there about immediately bringing with them a twister. Cheerleaders are waiting for it and everyone needs to hurry because they told him so. Boys will be boys. Give them a bunch of cheerleaders with no offense to them and they will lose their mind. In fact, the three Waffle House employees all called their mutual friends to bring a twister as fast as they can.
They will only let in, the group of friends who arrive first. So our three James Bond's lovers have to hurry asap. During their perilous adventure which includes its fair share of ups and downs, they come to the realization that it isn't about the destination, but about the journey.
They will, in fact, learn how to gather their forces against the enemies and to distinguish what's real to what's just an idea in their mind. Is there love involved? Will our heroes manage to be the winners of the Twister Request? I won't tell you, but if you read above I like happy endings so Ah I almost forgot to mention that my favorite aspect of this story was the friendship.
But at the end it all made sense. Actually the fact that at the end it all made sense all characters, events, people, places, actions was my favorite feature of this story.
However let's start by stating that the main protagonist was a bit annoying. She was quite pretentious and I didn't enjoy how she treated her friends. She was selfish. There are reason why she behaves like she does and whether or not I liked her, the ending made it all acceptable. She broke up with her boyfriend because she kissed another boy.
I hate that. She wrote him an e-mail hoping for him to come back, giving him a date and a place. I am not fond of that. She and one her two best friends decide to buy a teacup piglet to the other best friend. That's cute. These were the vibes I got from the story: But that ending, wow, I was so happy about it. It was so adorable. All the previous characters made an appearance at the Starbucks this annoying girl works at and the ending gave a proper end to each individual story.
Christmas is a state of mind. The Christmas vibes weren't too prominent, but added the perfect amount of fluffy feelings. You could hear jingle bells playing in your head. It made you wish for snow. Those friendships made you miss your own friends. It is a perfect read for the festivities and I highly recommend it if you are looking for something to fill you Christmas need.
It is just so cute and adorable! Obviously don't set your expectations high because, let's be real, these stories are not masterpieces. But I really really enjoyed them! Also, teacup pig. You're welcome. Fun Fact. I wrote the word Christmas 16 times in 1 review. I am not even sure if I still recognize that word. I read this because of John Green.
Not even gonna lie. I was hoping for three, fluffy holiday stories—like the summary promises. Instead this was just three choppy stories. It was cute, like it promised. It was quirky and humorous in all three stories, and I could easily see how all three authors wrote longer, more enjoyable fiction.
No one had time to devlop. It fel 2 Stars Overview: It felt like I was just thrust into different stories and told so so much about the characters and their lives. In Conclusion: I think if each of these stories had been their own book, and had time to work with all the characters and plots, I would have enjoyed them. As it was, it just felt confusing and overstuffed.
This was a really cute, feel-good, wintery read. And yes, I read a Christmas book in August IDEK I loved the writing styles!! They had the perfect balance of humour, fluff, drama, and it was really enjoyable to read!
And all three were Soooooo cute! Just what I was hoping for!! But there was definitely lots of cringe. Though I loved them all, I thought This was a really cute, feel-good, wintery read.
The last story wasn't quite my thing, as I was not at all a fan of Addie, but it wasn't a bad story and I still enjoyed it. I liked how the stories connected, but it did feel a bit choppy at times. Overall, loved it, super cute, would recommend!
Loved how these intertwined together. I did notice a lot of problems with Green's story though, just certain offensive comments were made.
The last story was kind of annoying to be honest Story one was by far the best though! I would actually lower my original rating to a 3. I also r x3 ReRead: I also re-read this in but GoodReads is being difficult atm. December 18, 4 stars Feburary Muy bueno, unas historias super tiernas de navidad. This was cute, and that's about it. Nothing stood out, it wasn't the greatest contemporary ever written, but it was still an enjoyable read.
I think John Green's story was my least favourite, followed by Lauren Myracle's. Maureen Johnson's was by far my favourite, even though it was still nothing special. Part of this could be that I don't like short stories, and I would've loved this to be done as one full-length novel with the chapters switching between characters.
Also, the name choices were This was cute, and that's about it. Also, the name choices were just not my favourite. The parts I liked best of all were the Starbucks parts. As a Starbucks partner, it was cool to see how the opening process has changed over the years and the differences between Canadian and American stores. Three of today's top YA authors have written intertwining novellas set on Christmas in a small town in North Carolina.
A Waffle House figures big, and so does Starbucks, a train, a blizzard, and a teacup pig. I can't say any more without ruining things, but this book is a Christmas gift in itself: Reread, Christmas Love this book every time!
I think The Jubilee Express might be my favorite, by a narrow margin. Rer Three of today's top YA authors have written intertwining novellas set on Christmas in a small town in North Carolina. I want a teacup pig.
Really starting to wonder how this was written. Did they brainstorm it together? Did Maureen write her story, send it to John, who sent them to Lauren? Very curious. Totally assuming that Maureen wrote her story, then passed it to John, who added his part, who passed it to Lauren, who finished it off.
Each story is unique, and yet they are seamless at the same time. Looking for Alaska is popular with my students, and I've enjoyed everything I've read by John Green, so I bought this for my classroom library. The first story was pretty good: The boy was very sweet.
I would definitely seek out more of Maureen Johnson's work for my classroom. The John Green story was familiar: The last story seemed Looking for Alaska is popular with my students, and I've enjoyed everything I've read by John Green, so I bought this for my classroom library.
The last story seemed tacked on just to tie the other two together. I had a tough time caring about the main characters in that one. All in all, not a terrible way to spend a night of post-anesthesia insomnia. Readers Also Enjoyed. Young Adult. About John Green. John Green. Librarian Note: There is more than one author in the Goodreads database with this name.
Printz Award presented by the American Library Association. In January , his most recent novel, The Fault in Our Stars , was met with wide critical acclaim, unprecedented in Green's career. The film rights for all his books, with the exception of Will Grayson Will Grayson , have been optioned to major Hollywood Studios.
In , John and his brother Hank were the hosts of a popular internet blog, " Brotherhood 2. They still keep a video blog, now called "The Vlog Brothers," which can be found on the Nerdfighters website, or a direct link here. Books by John Green. Trivia About Let it Snow. Quotes from Let it Snow. Welcome back.
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