Author: Jaqueline Kyle and Charles dickens
Title: Ebenezer Scrooge: Ghost hunter
Genre: Christmas story, funny, classic, made in to a movie and short stories
Synopsis: Ebenezer Scrooge: Ghost Hunter expands the original text of Charles Dickens classic with all-new scenes of malicious ghosts, soul devouring wraiths, deadly doppelgangers and other terrors from the netherworld. Our story opens seven years after Marley’s violent death. Ebenezer Scrooge has given up ghost hunting and embraced an inevitable slow death by alcohol poisoning. When the spectre of his deceased partner appears to him on Christmas Eve, Scrooge learns that he must face three Ghosts – one who will try to help him, one who will try to harm him and one that cannot be killed. In a story that spans a lifetime of torment, Scrooge must face the demons of his past and his failures in the present in order to prevent the horror that is his future. The stakes for Scrooge’s soul have never been higher than in this wicked retelling of the classic, A Christmas Carol.
About the author: Jaqueline Kyle once stood on top of an active nuclear reactor. It glowed. She dove the Great Barrier Reef and the fish swarmed to check HER out. On her 16th birthday she flew a plane solo – just to enjoy the view. She once ran a marathon - because it was faster than walking. When she bungee jumps, she always goes first, so her friends can jump off the bridge after her. Jaqueline Kyle is not the most interesting man in the world – because she’s a woman
Review: This is a really good book l really enjoyed reading it and it was hard to put down once l started reading this and l love this story and l watch the movie every Christmas I think it is not Christmas without this movie being on it become a Christmas tradition in my house me, my mum and sister sitting watching this movie together as a family there is nothing better than watching Christmas movies with family members while it is cold outside cuddling up with my cat and dog watching Christmassy films. I got this book sent to me for review and its available in kindle and paperback and I highly recommend this book to anybody and anybody that likes Christmas stories.
Star rating: 5 out of 5 stars