Friday, November 18, 2011

"Mary's Son: A Tale of Christmas" Review and Giveaway...

Mary's Son: A Tale of Christmas
Darryl Nyznyk

"Eleven-year-old Sarah Stone is lonely in a mansion amidst butlers, nannies, housekeepers, and a father who is too busy for her. She is angry at the world. On the other side of town, in a slum called the "Sink," Jared Roberts and his gang barely survive broken families and a hardscrabble existence. Jared, too, is angry, and intends to do something about it. He eyes Sarah's mansion for a pre-Christmas burglary that will show the world who he really is.

Into this mix comes a mysterious little man named Nicholas, who intrigues, yet scares, Sarah and Jared. Against incredible doubt and cynicism, Nicholas tries to guide the two youths away from their anger and the suffering that will follow, only to realize he can not move them. Finally, he whisks them to another time and place where a Christmas long ago teaches them the true meaning of life in a way they never imagined.

"MARY'S SON" is a modern tale of the fears and passions of youth overcome by the wonder of the real Christmas story and the winner of 3 Mom’s Choice Awards."

What we thought: This is a fantastic book that truly embraces and explains the reason for the season and modernizes the story so that even today's children can relate.  It really is a beautiful story and would be great to share with your kiddos, especially ages 7+.  It is no wonder this book is the winner of 3 Mom's Choice Awards...it is a beautiful story:)  ABCD Diaries gives Mary's Son: A Tale of Christmas an A+!

Buy It: As a special for ABCD Diaries readers, the author is offering the e-book for free on Amazon the week of Thanksgiving (Nov 23-30) and then for only .99 cents all of December!




Disclosure: ABCD Diaries was given a copy of this book for review purposes only. We were in no other way compensated. The opinions expressed in this post are ours and ours alone.

1 comment:

  1. https://twitter.com/#!/lnb1191/status/140497541711134720 TWEET FOR TODAY.

    Leah Baird

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