Let It Snow

Let It Snow

Three Holiday Romances

eBook - 2009
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The weather outside is frightful, but these stories are delightful! When a huge blizzard (that doesn't show signs of stopping) hits, Gracetown is completely snowed in. But even though it's cold outside, things are heating up inside, proving that the holiday season is magical when it comes to love. In three wonderfully (and hilariously!) interconnected tales, YA stars John Green, Lauren Myracle, and Maureen Johnson create a must-have collection that captures all the spirit of the holiday season.
Publisher: 2009
ISBN: 9781101575178

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mogie
Feb 12, 2017

This was not a good book. The John Green story I liked. If it hadn't been included I would have stopped reading based on the first story. It was overly mushy and emotional. I liked that the stories were intertwined and thought the ending was fun when all of the story lines converged. I wouldn't recommend this book to anyone.

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darladoodles
Jan 27, 2017

Three stars for three stories by three different authors with a central theme and characters that overlap between stories. The first story about Jubilee was my favorite, perhaps it had the advantage of being the first to introduce the snow storm, stranded train and the Waffle House? Anyway, it was an enjoyable read for cold, wintry nights over the holidays.

kirstd31 Jan 05, 2017

Loved the stories. Enjoyed how all 3 stories were related. My favorite was the story by John Green. It was so funny!

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andreareads
Jan 04, 2017

This collection of teen holiday romances was exactly what I needed at this time of year. I wouldn't dismiss it as fluff, either: there was more thought about what makes a good partner than I've read in some adult romances.

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MDodds11
Dec 08, 2016

I really enjoy and can't wait for the movie to come out.

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maroon_ferret_23
Nov 02, 2016

I love all three of the stories! Brilliant how they came up with the idea to partially combine them. My favorite story is john greens.

Chapel_Hill_KatieJ Dec 21, 2015

All three stories are seamlessly combined to describe how people react to a blizzard in the North Carolina mountains on Christmas Eve. Each story works independently which makes the connections between stories seem like a treat. Having a book written by three authors is an intriguing idea, and it works well in these stories. This is a great book to read around Christmas.

I've waited for too long to get this book, but I tried. It took two months in two holdings - one initial thing is cancelled and it has to go and the other was such a success, that I obviously can't wait to get my hands on for Christmas break.

UPDATE: After reading this, I was Christmas spirited just in time for the holidays and man, how I spent about over one week reading each story from different authors that it all happened in about two days, involving of the heavy snowstorm in 50 years and how things get turned out to be the miracle of Christmas.

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serineg
Nov 19, 2015

My favourites were the stories written by John Green and Lauren Myracle. Maureen Johnson's book wasn't very interesting for me. Although, I did love how all the books tied together in the end. Really good book to read and I do recommend it!

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red_cat_3866
Nov 13, 2015

Good book, the john green book isn't that good, but the others are good

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andreareads
Jan 04, 2017

Jubilee Hall is the biggest building in the collection. It’s the main place that presents are made and wrapped. It has colored lights, a working conveyor belt with gifts stuck to it, and little elves that turn as if they’re loading and unloading them. The elves of Jubilee Hall each have a present glued to their hands – so what it really looks like are a bunch of tortured beings doomed to pick up and set down the same gift over and over again until the end of time or until the motor breaks. [“The Jubilee Express” by Maureen Johnson]

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andreareads
Jan 04, 2017

Our cheerleading team was actually quite good; they were, on average, far better athletes than the football team they rooted for. [“A Cheertastic Christmas Miracle” by John Green]

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red_cat_3866
Nov 13, 2015

" I know it sucks, but it's certainly the most adventurous Christmas ever. " On the John Green part of the book

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Mar 26, 2013

"As the poet wrote: So much depends upon the golden hash browns, glazed with oil, beside the scrambled eggs." (p159)

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