Saturday, December 24, 2022

Merry Christmas! A Literary Christmas 2022: WRAP-UP

First of all, I’ve been thoroughly enjoying this year’s jolly season's reading. Thanks abundantly to Tarissa @ In The Book Case for hosting it! I’ve planned to read four books, but end up with five (thanks to Hamlette/Rachel @ The Edge of the Precipice! 😉). Click the link to bring you to the reviews!

Jane and the Twelve Days of Christmas by Stephanie Barron - 💗💗💗1/2

It’s just as I have expected. (Very) cozy murder mystery. Witty, with a bit of romances, and packed with Christmas jolly – English Christmas jolly!


A Very French Christmas: TheGreatest French Holiday Stories💗💗💗1/2

A mixed of some Christmas delights and some not very Christmassy. Some were jolly, but some quite bleak. All in all, a good collection to be devoured with a blanket each night before Christmas!


Hercule Poirot’s Christmas by Agatha Christie💗💗💗💗

It’s a great murder mystery that happened to be committed on Christmas, but it’s definitely not what I’d hope for a Christmas read. There’s just too much blood for the festive seasons!


The Christmas Hirelings by MaryElizabeth Braddon - 💗💗💗💗💗

The perfect Christmas one can ever hope for! Joyful, heartwarming, full of love and forgiveness. 


Miracle on 34th Street by Valentine Davies💗💗💗💗

A novella based on 1947's movie; heartwarming and a little inspiring. 


And last but not least, I would like to wish you all, from my heart to yours.…

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  1. Merry Christmas, Fanda, and the happiest of New Years!

    1. Have a Merry Christmas to you too, Marian! Happy holidays!

  2. Merry Christmas, Fanda! You did very well with the challenge.

    1. Is it a challenge when it makes me happy doing it voluntarily? 😄 Anyway, have a jolliest Christmas, Cath!


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