A review of a book that i put off reading oh so too long!
How Do You Impersonate a Christmas Ghost?
The Christmas season has arrived. The members of the newly-formed Christmas Carol Society are beginning their weekly meetings. Charlie Baker finds the first meeting odd enough, but when the assignments start, he has to wonder why he allowed himself to get roped into attending. Miss Dartmoor tells her members to impersonate the Ghost of Christmas Past for their own personal Scrooge.
Just how does a mere human accomplish such an absurd task? Charlie tries to figure it out, but begins to see the Lord might plan for the assignments to have a deeper impact on him than he expected.
An impact that Charlie isn’t sure he wants to face.
I have put off reading “Christmas Carol Society” by Rebekah Jones for a long time, simply because I didn’t want another Christmas story last year and I now regret it… Or not, I’m not sure, it turned out to be a lesson I sorely needed at this time.
Anyway, this nod to Dickens’ classic “Christmas Carol” is an inspiring story of faith and learning that I highly recommend.
Following along with Charlie as he looked for his own personal Mr. Scrooge to be his Christmas ghost.