My Christmas Angels

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My Christmas Angels is a tragic yet heartwarming Christmas story about Greg, a single father whose daughter falls into a coma. Riddled with grief, Greg stays at his daughter’s side, he comes to terms with the possibility that his daughter may never wake up. He buries his grief in doing good deeds. Uplifted, Greg takes solace in the realization that through great tragedy can come great blessings.

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Words: 18,400
Language: Canadian English
ISBN: 9781458149626
About Jason W. Chan

Jason W Chan's mission as an author is to spread hope and happiness through his stories, just like his role model Walt Disney.

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Review by: Francine Richert on Dec. 20, 2011 : (no rating)
Frankly, while reading a Christmas story, I like to be a little more uplifted. It's a hard enough season without submitting myself to an entirely depressing story. I do get the idea that through all the grief and tragedy this father feels he finds the goodness in his heart to bestow kindness on others. It is just too bad that it takes our own grief to make us realize there are so many others out there in need of a bit of happiness in their lives too. Maybe this book should be used as a good social commentary on just how we live our lives with blinders on until life rips them off.
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Review by: MJ Davidson on Dec. 15, 2011 : (no rating)
This is a good book with an interesting storyline. Although some of it was predictable, it is well-written and heart-warming. With that said, I didn't like the use of the words "the mother" throughout the story. It gives the impression that each speaker is somehow passing judgment on the child's mother and it creates a tone of depersonalization. I feel that most people would say "her mother" or "the girl's mother" instead of "the mother." It's not a big issue, but made it difficult for me to stay "in" the story sometimes. Overall, good holiday story. Thanks for sharing it with us.
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