Book Review by @RobertHughes05 of “Lost Christmas” by @loganwriter

My second book review published on Lit World Interviews.
‘Lost Christmas’ by David Logan, who I only just found out also lives in Hove.

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Lost Christmas

Title: Lost Christmas
Published: 27 October 2011 by Quercus
Pages: 289
Genre: Young Adult/ Adult Fiction
Format:Kindle Edition
Price: £2.37 includes VAT & free wireless delivery via Amazon Whisperent
File Size: 1898 KB
Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0857387359
Language: English
Text-to-Speech: Enabled
Sold by:Amazon

Welcome to the world of Richard Thornhill, better known as Goose throughout most of the book.  Little does Goose know, as he wakes up one Christmas Eve morning, that his whole world is about to change.  Going downstairs after hearing some unusual noises, he comes face to face with his parents and his Nan, all of whom are trying to hide something from him.  It is not long before the secret is out, and Goose becomes the happiest boy on earth but, shortly afterwards, his whole world comes tumbling down and he meets up with a stranger named…

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