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Product description

The essence of Christmassy magic. Believe in the impossible! When you think of Christmas, you probably think of mince pies and twinkly lights in trees. But lately, there’s something else that comes to mind: Matt Haig! This author’s festive novels are becoming part of our Christmas culture, just like the Queen’s speech and the David Walliams TV specials. Matt’s written three Christmas bestsellers, and here are the first two: a feast of merriment, magic and jolly good fun. If you imagine Harry Potter in Lapland with a hint of Oliver Twist, that’s more or less what you can expect. Elves, reindeer, toys and snow galore!

  • The first two Christmas novels by top author Matt Haig
  • Magical and uplifting, these are instant festive classics
  • Bursting with humour, delight and atmospheric artwork
  • Matt is the bestselling author of Reasons to Stay Alive

“A glorious mix of fairytale, folklore and fun.” Francesca Simon

“Matt Haig puts the Happy back into Christmas.” Jeanette Winterson

Product Details

Format

Paperback

Date published

August 2nd, 2018

Condition

New

UK edition

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