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The Twelve Topsy-Turvy, Very Messy Days of Christmas

by James Patterson

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Move over, Dickens‚??America‚??s favorite storyteller has written a gift, ‚??a delightful Christmas story to be shared by the whole family‚?Ě (Kirkus),destined to become as treasured as A Christmas Carol.
 
At Christmastime, a family of three are missing someone dear to them. Until unexpected guests begin to arrive at their empty house, filling it with Christmas memories in the making. 
 
Listening to the song ‚??The Twelve Days of Christmas‚?Ě is a beloved holiday tradition. 
 
Now comes a new one: Reading James Patterson‚??s instant classic, The Twelve Topsy-Turvy, Very Messy Days of Chri
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  margitc | Dec 1, 2022 |
Funny, yet predictable, Christmas story of a family that has been missing Christmas since their beloved mother died that day a few years earlier. Will and Ella are at their wit's end, because their father, Henry, seems lost without their mom. They enroll him on a dating site, to which Ms. Truelove replies. Henry catches them, and tells Ms. Truelove it was a mistake. But, then, gifts begin arriving to the Sullivan house. It becomes a complete disaster, with Ella, Will, and Henry trying to cope.
But, in the end, you will find out why - and who is sending them these gifts. Which to me was quite obvious, but it was still an enjoyable and sweet story. ( )
  rmarcin | Nov 29, 2022 |
Really 3.5 stars.
Oh my, this was one of the silliest books I've read in a long time. Light, farfetched and feel good are all good words to describe this book. Definitely, not your typical James Patterson book. So, if you've been reading some heavy, depressing books lately, this is a nice way to breathe a little levity into your frame of mind. It's a quick read. ( )
  cjyap1 | Oct 22, 2022 |
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Fiction. Literature. HTML:

Move over, Dickens‚??America‚??s favorite storyteller has written a gift, ‚??a delightful Christmas story to be shared by the whole family‚?Ě (Kirkus),destined to become as treasured as A Christmas Carol.
 
At Christmastime, a family of three are missing someone dear to them. Until unexpected guests begin to arrive at their empty house, filling it with Christmas memories in the making. 
 
Listening to the song ‚??The Twelve Days of Christmas‚?Ě is a beloved holiday tradition. 
 
Now comes a new one: Reading James Patterson‚??s instant classic, The Twelve Topsy-Turvy, Very Messy Days of Chri

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