Review: Logistics: A Christmas Story

Logistics

by
Chris Coppel

© 2021, printed by Troubador Publishing Ltd., Leicester, UK

1981. There are more surprises under the Christmas tree than Tony and Sofia are expecting to see and it gets them into a whole lot more hot water than they bargained for.

Present Day. A Fortune 400 CEO learns her true meaning of Christmas.

An interdimensional romp that’s guaranteed to put a tear in your eye and a smile on your face. Holly Hilliman and her best friends learn the true meaning of friendship and of Christmas. It’s not without its dangers, though. Spiked cookies and doors that lead out to the middle of nowhere, quite literally, make Holly doubt her own sanity, even more when she discovers why she’s been Kork-napped.

Not only do I recommend this book, but I’m also off to read it again and again. There are so many things to see and do that one reading isn’t going to be enough. I’m looking forward to another book by this author.

Happy Holidays!

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