Let It Snow

Let It Snow

Three Holiday Romances

Book - 2008
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In three intertwining short stories, several high school couples experience the trials and tribulations along with the joys of romance during a Christmas Eve snowstorm in a small town.
ISBN: 9780142412145
0142412147
9780147515018
0147515017
Characteristics: 352 pages ;,21 cm.

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VaughanPLKim Dec 29, 2019

I read this book in anticipation of the Netflix adaptation, which, as it turns out, strays so far from its source material as to be unrecognizable. That might be a good thing, because altough I liked the first story in this book, the other two fell flat. "A Cheertastic Christmas Miracle" doesn't hold up well in 2019 (the obsession with cheerleaders and the race to the Waffle House in order to hit them just feels sexist and gross). In the last story, Addie was so self-centred and annoying I couldn't really root for her. Disappointing.

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NovemberBaby
Jan 13, 2019

YA but not too juvenille. I fell in love with the characters. All 3 authors sprinkle their stories with charming details you will appreciate and give this book a little somethin' extra...from Tinfoil Guy, to "yes my name is Jubilee, and no, I'm not a stripper", to Carla the Car, and John Numbers One, Two, and Three. Soooo good. In a word: ENJOYABLE from cover to cover.

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WoodneathRachel
Nov 23, 2018

This book is a light, fun treat with moments of laugh-out-loud humor. Three connected novellas by three different authors still add up to a compulsive quick read. The Waffle House full of cheerleaders and the Flo-Bee Santa Village have stuck with me, even though it's been years since I read this! Time to dig it out again for some holiday cheer :)

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swheeler89
Jan 31, 2018

This book will destroy any holiday cheer you may have once held. Don't.

My favorites were The Jubilee Express and A Cheer-tastic Christmas Miracle. I've read this book at least 6 times over the past 4 years and it never gets old. These two stories always make me laugh without fail, especially J.P.

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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.

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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.

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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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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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