Silent Days, Holy Night By Phyllis Clark Nichols {Book Review}

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Synopsis:

Everyone in town knows Emerald Crest, the green granite mansion atop the highest hill, and the legendary, lavish Christmas festivities that used to light up the nights–and the silence that followed when the parties abruptly stopped many years ago. And everyone has heard whispers about the reclusive, mysterious master of the manor, Henry Lafferty the Second.

When eleven-year-old Julia Russell steps into the great house for the first time and meets Mr. Lafferty, the entire course of her life shifts. He’s nothing at all like the rumors she’s heard from neighbors and classmates. He’s kind and extraordinarily talented–he also happens to be deaf and use a wheelchair. And when she overhears a secret about him, Julia decides it’s time for the town to bring Christmas back to Emerald Crest–an act that will change them all forever.

My Thoughts!

There’s nothing quite as satisfying as a good Christmas read! This is such a heartwarming read that really reminds you what the season is all about.
I love how it’s told from a child’s point of view and how well the story flowed. This was one of those reads that you don’t want to end and would make for a great movie. I highly recommend it!

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Author Connection!

Phyllis grew up in the deep shade of magnolia trees in South Georgia. Born during a hurricane, she is no stranger to the winds of change: In addition to her life as a novelist, Phyllis is a seminary graduate, concert pianist, and cofounder of a national cable network with health- and disability-related programming. Regardless of the role she’s playing, Phyllis brings creativity and compelling storytelling.

Phyllis currently serves on several nonprofit boards. She lives in the Texas Hill Country with her portrait-artist husband.

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