Claus: Legend of the Fat Man
Pages no: 329
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
I loved this book!! There really is nothing more to say beyond that. It was full of adventure, good vs bad, the highs and lows - several times I actually caught myself holding my breath as I read, worried about what was going to happen next. I really liked the way the author had Santa Claus becom...
Two twin brothers born minutes apart grow together but one is different "cold" as in cold hearted. As Jack grows he is picked on by others even his own brother. They go their separate ways.Nicolas Santa and his wife are on a voyage in the Arctic regions near the north pole when a horrible storm tea...
What a great twist to a familiar topic. I usually don’t read adult Christmas stories and I don’t know why but after reading this one, I just might have to broaden my horizons. Have you ever wondered how reindeer can, fly besides just taking off? Ever thought about living below the ice in the North...
I must admit I didn't enjoy this book as much as the other one I read from the author. Nevertheless, it was enjoyable in its own right, and proved a gripping read.It was also a somewhat weird novel, in that some things in it that might have thrown me off-course actually proved palatable in the end. ...