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Reviewed by Joy Hannabass for Readers' Favorite
It was a cold snowy night and one little orphan was so cold and hungry she couldn't sleep. She walks outside in the cold breezy snow and finds the orphanage owner outside barefoot in the snow. The second night, the same thing happens so the girl asks if Mr. Corres is coming home. But will he survive the dangers of the wild? Will he come? Corres has faced the most horrific challenges in order to finally make it home to his wife, and what a surprise he has for her. But only if he makes it home.
I enjoyed this story very much. Home for the Holidays: Hero's Tale by R. J. Knight will have you on the edge of your seat as this story unfolds. At first, I thought this story was a slow go, but as I kept reading, the more interesting it became. And I love the element of faith about that special child born so long ago, born to give hope to the world. This is what Christmas is all about. I usually don't read a lot of books in the fantasy genre, but Home for the Holidays by R. J. Knight has pulled me into this genre a little more. Knight does a nice job of writing this story, with vivid descriptions of Mr. Corres's journey through the wild. I would like to see a sequel to this story. I would love to know more about this couple and the little girl. I highly recommend this book for you to read. If you only have the time for a short read, this one would make a good choice.