Brothers. Many times as I was reading The Broken Christmas Tree I thought of my childhood and my siblings. The arguments, the animosity, the comandere, the togetherness.
As I read I felt like I was listening to someone recount tales of their childhood. A highlight real of the memories. As they put together the big picture.
The Broken Christmas Tree isn’t a book I loved. I think I didn’t enjoy it because it felt more like non-fiction.
|Author:||D W Rigsby|
|Source:||I purchased this item on June 6, 2015 when it was Free|
|Publisher & Date:||October 24th 2014 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform|
|Genre:||Christmas Christian Fiction (according to Godreads)|
|ISBN:||1502821621 (ISBN13: 9781502821621)|
|Ages:||12+ – to about 25%|
|Steam:||YA – to about 25%|
|Setting:||New Weston, Ohio 1974-1983|
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