Do you see that? #50! I made it to the end of my challenge with over a month to spare! I am so proud of myself.
I am not done reading for the year of course (I have already started my next book). I will continue to blog about the book I read until the end of the year and then the 2016
Today I am reviewing A Christmas Carol
It falls under the category: A book that takes place at Christmas time.
I saved my Christmas book for last on purpose. Wanted to read it as close to the holiday season as I could. I am sure I don't need to tell a single sole what this book is about. Unless you have been living under a rock, you have probably seen at least one Christmas Carol movie over the years.
Normally I would not read a book where I have seen the movie. But I have never read A Christmas Carol. I really don't know how I have not read the book, but I wanted to at least see how closely the movies resembled the book.
They did a really good job. There was not a lot in the book that was left out. A few minor details that really did not affect the story in any way. The book is written in the style of the time, but even then, it was not a complicated read.
I recommend reading it, even if you have seen the 100 versions played on TV. A classic is a classic.
Rating: 4 1/2 stars