Let It Snow
Author: John Green, Lauren Myracle, and Maureen Johnson
Length: 352 Pages
Reading Ram Star Rating: 4.8 out of 5 Stars
Jubilee is on her way to visit her grandparents in Florida, her own parents are in jail because of a small dispute at a shop. Her parents lawyer next door shoved money in her hand, drove to the nearest train station, and sent her off. A huge snowstorm strikes, and the train is stranded in a small city, Gracetown. And it's the night before Christmas. Jubilee decides to explore, because the train gets a lot colder as it shuts down to preserve heat and power. She meets a boy, Stuart. He is single, his girl just broke his heart. Maybe Jubilee will get a Christmas miracle after all...
Tobin is chillin' with his friends on Christmas Eve, which eventually turns into early Christmas morning. They get a call from another friend at a waffle house, telling them that a lot of cheerleaders are there, pretty cheerleaders. They start to head over, but the roads are so snowy from the huge storm, they barely make it. Tobin comes to realize that his friends are more important than any cheerleader. Especially the Duke, whose real name is Angie.
Addie has just broken up with her boyfriend Jeb, and it's their 1 year anniversary. She is wallowing in self pity. Her friends are trying to cheer her up, with few positive results. Addie works at the local Starbucks, and when she comes into work the day after Christmas, a true Christmas miracle happens.
I really loved this book. It was 3 different stories each by a different author. All of them were so good! And they had the same characters, and same kind of story, a big snow storm ruins their plans, so they had to make the best of it. Then at the end they all join together, and share their collective tales. The reason I gave it 4.8 out of 5 stars is that some of the the parts of the book were long and boring and too drawn out. But besides that it had amazing details and emotions. You should definitely try this book out in your free time.