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    Good YA Christmas book

    What Light is a standalone, contemporary young-adult novel set during Christmastime. It's hard not to compare the author Jay Asher's previous work to this one, and just so you know, there's no comparison. But What Light offers perspective and an inspiring message all its own. The themes incorporated in this story include self-forgiveness, allowing others to move on from their mistakes, second chances, and not casting judgment on others because you never know what you would do when confronted with similar stressors. Another thing of note in this novel was how tangible the Christmas holiday felt. The spirit of giving, winter weather, fresh Christmas trees, and candy cane hot chocolate flowing all around transported me to the setting pretty effortlessly. Overall, I liked What Light and I think all ages can learn some life lessons. Check it out! My favorite quote: “They didn't even say thank you. Not once!” “They missed the parade. They were frustrated.” “Are you serious? You brought them a free tree!” “I'm not doing this to earn a gold star. They had a little baby and they were probably tired. Missing the parade – misunderstanding or not – would be frustrating.” “But you're doing this with your own money on your own time...” “So you would only do this if people tell you how awesome you are for it?” ... “Just so you know, I am very aware of how mean they were about getting a free tree. I have to believe, though, that everyone is allowed a bad day.” That's another good lesson. It's eye-opening for teens especially to be involved in volunteer work or community service and not be shown appreciation. That's not why you give of yourself though. Sometimes there is no thank you but you just have to remember why you're there.
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    A great winter read

    I love how simple yet sweet the book is and how it really captures true emotions and shows you how people can always change. Although it's based around winter and reading it then makes it the most magical, it's a great book all year round.
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    Lacking Tension

    I felt that the premise was good, it had promise, a Christmas tree farm sounds interesting, but the story really felt slow and lacking the tension that comes with a great romance. This was more syrupy. An okay read.
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