4 out of 4 stars
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The story was heart warming, quite and simple.When I first started to read this book , I was intrigued as to where the story was leading.
I felt like I was part of the story, the cold winter nights without candles and fire to heat up their cold skin, the agony that the candle maker was experiencing because of his great loss.
Spirit of the season by Brian Lamont is a descriptive story, easy to read and fun to figure out as the chapter goes with great description.
In the middle chapter, I felt that the story is about giving without expecting something in return, forgiving, forgetting, pursuing one's dreams and worked on it.
This story will teach you that it's okay to be hurt, it's okay to cry, it's okay to be yourself without being afraid of others judgment. The story will teach you to rise above yourself, get out of your comfort zone and do what you love.
It is somehow reminds me of father christmas. Perfect for a holiday reads, a great story to tell to the young ones.
It's a tale for a winter's night especially Christmas Eve, I love this it's great for all ages.
I recommend this book to be read by children with the supervision of an adult. I give this story a rate of 4 out of 4 because I was smiling while reading it.
There's a sad line in the story wherein the candle maker asked the doctor if his baby ever saw the light, oh! it was heart-wrenching.
I think from that moment, the candle maker made a decision to bring smile on every people's face, to warm and touch the heart of people, to give light when life seems so dark, to make every children happy.
And so, christmas in everyones heart was born, because of that great candle maker who never stops giving little ways to the hearts of many.
The candle maker strongly believed that kindness and love is free, and it should be given, not asked.
What a great influence to share with everyone.
Spirit of the Season
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