Das Weihnachtsglas: Roman by Jason F.  Wright

Das Weihnachtsglas: Roman

byJason F. Wright, Marie Rahn

Kobo ebook | April 26, 2010 | German

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Ausgerechnet an Heiligabend räumen Diebe Hope Jensens Wohnung aus. Die junge Journalistin ist ohnehin am Boden zerstört, weil erst vor Kurzem ihre Adoptivmutter gestorben ist. Doch dann erhält sie ein geheimnisvolles anonymes Geschenk. Sie ist wild entschlossen, den edlen Spender ausfindig zu machen. Dabei erfährt sie von einer wunderbaren Weihnachtstradition – und löst unverhofft das Geheimnis ihrer Herkunft.

Title:Das Weihnachtsglas: RomanFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:April 26, 2010Publisher:Heyne VerlagLanguage:German

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ISBN - 10:3641044499

ISBN - 13:9783641044497

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from An ok read... I received this ebook through ebooksforreview in exchange for an honest review. First, I have to say that when I first read the summary I thought it sounded like a really good book. Unfortunately, the book didn’t live up to my expectations. I thought it would be a sweet little Christmas story about a dad trying to prove to his daughter that Santa was for real, but it wasn’t quite that. Actually, I found the book to be just ok. It was supposed to be a clean read, but there was a lot of language. Also, I didn’t the kind of humour used in this book. Overall, I’d say that the idea was good, but the book wasn’t what I expected. It could have been great, but I found it was only ok.
Date published: 2014-12-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great Christmas tale. Megan is 9 years old and has been told by her friends, teacher and older siblings that Santa isn't real. She wants to prove that there really is a Santa Claus by video taping him coming to her house then posting it on You Tube to show the world that Santa exists! When she writes her mom a note explaining everything she wants to do and asks for permission to stay up late so she can video tape Santa's arrival, her father, George, reads it and wants to make her wish come true. George is an engineer who just lost his job so he has the time and knowledge to make "Santa" land his reindeer on the roof and deliver the presents so Megan can tape it. George is willing to do anything in order to have his daughter believe in Santa. His plan does have problems like the astronomical cost, and the strain it puts on his marriage. The beginning of this story was not happy with George getting fired and had me wondering if I would like this book. As I continued reading I enjoyed this Christmas tale and liked the way it showed there isn't anything a parent won't do for their child. I also liked that George got insight into his own childhood as he was trying to organize the Santa visit for Megan. He knew he could have been a better father to his older children, Jeremy and Jamie, but his never too late attitude was inspiring. I received a complimentary copy of this book by "Inspired by Kathy" in exchange for my honest review.
Date published: 2014-11-23