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Sparkling white snowdrifts, beautiful presents wrapped in ribbons, and multicolored lights glittering in the night through the falling snow. 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. And no one would think that a trip to the Waffle House through four feet of snow would lead to love with an old friend. Or that the way back to true love begins with a painfully early morning shift at Starbucks.

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Comments on: "Let it snow – John Green, Maureen Johnson, Lauren Myracle" (7)

  1. Set on Christmas Eve, this young teen rom-com novel follows three different stories all written by the books 3 different authors. From simple collectible christmas items, to snowed in trains, to the small town waffle house, to the national chain Starbucks, ‘Let it Snow’ has everything to cover all your reading needs. Falling for a complete stranger, falling for your closet friend, falling again for a previous flame.
    I loved this book not just because it had that classic nostalgic ‘movie’ feeling such as ‘Love Actually’ and ‘Valentines day’. But I found it an extremely easy book to read. More often then not if I’m going to read a book it’s to relax and just not have to think that much. So when a novel offers you an easy read, that doesn’t bore you to death, then it’s a winner in my eyes! The only problem with it is it isn’t long enough! I’d recommend ‘Let it Snow’ to anyone who has read any of these amazing authors works before, or to anyone 13+ years. I would rate it 4.5/5.

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  2. Keeley said:

    What makes this book an exceptionally good read is the cleverness of it. When a train gets stuck in the town of Gracetown, on Christmas eve, due a huge snowstorm it causes a chain reaction full of romance. This book consists of three stories all written by a different author – John Green, Lauren Miracle and Maureen Johnson. Immediately after starting this book, it got drawn in and could barely put it down! The ends of each story were well woven into the next, by the next author and left me hungry for more. I would recommend this book to anyone who is into the romance genre and i would give it a 10/10 as I found that there was nothing that I felt should be changed.

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  3. I loved this book! It’s written by 3 different authors and all the stories cross over and collide as you keep reading, (kind of like the movie New Year’s Eve). There are 3 parts/stories in it, all written by each different author. Each author has captured the magic of Christmas, the importance of friendship and how friendships can change while at the same time creating a story that is exciting and enjoyable. My favourite part is the last scene of the book as all the characters from all three parts of the book are all there and you get to see how each of them knows one another. The best element of this book is the blizzard as it traps some characters but invites others to adventure. I rate this book 10/10 as I really enjoyed it and there is nothing I would change about it.

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  4. Grace M said:

    This is one of my favourite books. It is cleverly written by the three authors, so that each short entwines with the others, but still remains separate, and it makes for an interesting, and entertaining read. All of the characters are really unique, but their characters you may find in your friends and family. There’s crazy parents, teenage romance, wild road trips, and a hilarious diner scene, making the book really entertaining, and hard to put down. I wouldn’t change anything about this book, as it captures the little moments in our wild lives perfectly. I would recommend this book to anyone looking for a short, funny, and quirky read. ✭✭✭✭✩

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  5. I loved this book! It’s written by 3 different authors and all the stories cross over and collide as you keep reading, (kind of like the movie New Year’s Eve). There are 3 parts/stories in it, all written by each different author. Each author has captured the magic of Christmas, the importance of friendship and how friendships can change while at the same time creating a story that is exciting and enjoyable. My favourite part is the last scene of the book as all the characters from all three parts of the book are all there and you get to see how each of them knows one another. The best element of this book is the blizzard as it traps some characters but invites others to adventure. I rate this book 10/10 as I really enjoyed it and there is nothing I would change about it.

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  6. This is another amazing novel by John Green plus two other authors. It has three romances wrapped into one and is one of the most beautiful books i’ve ever read. I would definitely recommend this to anyone that loves a good love story or has read John Green before and loved it. It is a three part story and all ends meet up at the end making it a loveable winter romance for everyone.

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  7. I recommend the book Let it snow written by three different authors: John Green , Maureen Johnson and Lauren Myracle. This is a three part book. Each part is written by a different author. Much like the movie Valentines Day and Love Actually these stories cross over. All of it takes place in Gracetown on Christmas eve and the few following days. I realised part way through the book I had been holding my breath I was into it that much. I recommend it to people who like romance stories.

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