Thursday, August 4, 2016

The Ghost of Christmas Past by Michael Hebler

The Ghost of Christmas Past
by Michael Hebler

My rating: 5 stars

Publisher: Night After Night Publications, LLC (October 4, 2016)
Publication Date: October 4, 2016
Genre: YA Fantasy | Literary Fiction
Print Length: 101 pages
Available from: Amazon

 
Based on Charles Dickens’ famous character of the same name, the radiant ghost shines again when embarking on a spiritual adventure into its past in search of meaning for its being.

The Ghost of Christmas Past has had its flame extinguished. Lost souls cannot find their way to redemption without the Spirit's fire illuminating their shadowed memories. Guided by the Christmas Angel, the Ghost of Christmas Past must search for its missing flame within the visions of a mortal life it had long forgotten and brave witness to the troubled child it once had been.

 
 The Ghost of Christmas Past by Michael Hebler

The Ghost of Christmas Past (a novella)What would have happened if The Ghost of Christmas Past hadn’t been there to show Scrooge the light? Can an old ghost re-discover his own past to finally understand its meaning, letting go of old hurts to discover another miracle of the Season? Perfect for all ages, even the Ghost of Christmas Past can use loving guidance from the Christmas Angel.

Welcome to the world of Michael Hebler as he takes us on a magical tale about love, misunderstandings and letting go of the past without erasing it completely.

Yes, even the Ghost of Christmas past can learn a lesson when his flame of light and guidance for others goes out. Only the love and guidance of a special Christmas Angel can show him the errors of his ways. Delightful reading that takes us into a world of mystery and magic that almost sparkles itself as Michael Hebler creates his tale of a spirit that has saved so many others, who now finds himself in trouble when he mistakenly guides the wrong person on their journey. Was it Fate or Christmas magic? A wonderful family read!

I received this copy from Michael Hebler in exchange for my honest review.


 

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