The Twelve Children Of Christmas: A Baihu Short Story

The Twelve Children Of Christmas A Baihu Short Story When Jonathan s Christmas good deed goes awry Baihu comes to his rescue Can she get to Jonathan in time and will she be able to save the children The Twelve Children Of Christmas is a short story

  • Title: The Twelve Children Of Christmas: A Baihu Short Story
  • Author: James Chalk
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 349
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When Jonathan s Christmas good deed goes awry, Baihu comes to his rescue Can she get to Jonathan in time and will she be able to save the children The Twelve Children Of Christmas is a short story 6,600 words set in a shared fictional universe with author James Chalk s Jonathan Harkon Adventure series At the author s request, this title is sold without DRM DRM RigWhen Jonathan s Christmas good deed goes awry, Baihu comes to his rescue Can she get to Jonathan in time and will she be able to save the children The Twelve Children Of Christmas is a short story 6,600 words set in a shared fictional universe with author James Chalk s Jonathan Harkon Adventure series At the author s request, this title is sold without DRM DRM Rights Management.

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    1. This is a short endearing Christmas tale. If anyone can create a dystopian Christmas, it has to be James Chalk. There are three facets to this story which come together at the end. Elsie, a nun initiate is coming back to the orphanage after taking the children out for the day. She is having doubts about the path she has chosen and wonders if God is testing her. The Reverend Mother at the orphanage muses over the way the world is changing, making the line between right and wrong, thinner.And then [...]

    2. THIS IS A STAND ALONE SHORT STORY OF BAIHU ONE OF THE CHARACTERS (sort of) FIRST INTRODUCED IN THE JONATHAN HARKON ADVENTURES (MEAT MARKET). I FELL IN LOVE WITH BAIHU IN THAT STORY, I COULDN'T HELP IT I AM A CAT LOVER. I WISH I HAD A CAT LIKE BAIHU. NOT ONLY AM I A CAT LOVER I LOVE A FAIRY TALES. EVEN THOUGH THIS IS PART OF A SCI-FI SERIES, IT HAS A FAIRY TALE FEEL TO IT. THIS IS A VERY SHORT READ AND I LOVED IT, CAN'T WAIT TO READ MORE OF THIS SERIES. SO GLAD I READ THIS SERIES (started with Me [...]

    3. I love Baihu!!Having read his other two works, "The Meat Market" and "Cyborg Spell Shop," I am now a HUGE fan of author James Chalk. While "The Meat Market" was dark and gritty and depraved and sinister, and "Cyborg Spell Shop" was zany and entertaining while still gritty, "The Twelve Children of Christmas" proves that Mr. Chalk is adept at writing many different genres -- all within the same fictional universe! "The Twelve Children of Christmas" is a heartwarming fairytale about a mountaineerin [...]

    4. The Twelve Children Of Christmas: A Baihu Short Story is an adorable and heart warming fairy tail that is filled with action and suspense, making this a very easy story to get emotionally involved in the plot-line and moved by the likable life-like characters.Transported through time and space from Earth's past, James Chalk has a unique way of telling a tale that comes to life.Baihu, is a gentle giant yet there is something very special about this tiger. How could one not fall in love with this [...]

    5. Enchanting Tale!The hero in this tale is a white tiger named Baihu. She is telepathically connected to Jonathan, who in this story is only known as the transport driver. If you’ve read any of James Chalk’s other works, you’ll know Jonathan is much more. This is gentler part of a universe built by the author.Mini sections switching from scene to scene set the pace of this story. This method of writing enhanced the tension, driving the reader to keep turning pages in this heart pounding yet [...]

    6. The Twelve Children of Christmas has all the beguiling elements of a fairy tale. Equally important and like all great fairy tales, the story has an underlay of age old philosophical and spiritual concepts such as hope, faith, love. In just a few pages, I was transported to the North Sphere, Care for All Colony where I experienced a unique and refreshing Christmas Eve with a mystical like white tiger named Baihu that saves Christmas!I highly recommend this entertaining short story that also makes [...]

    7. Charming, fast-paced, fun Christmas read! Suitable for children if memory serves. Give it a once-over first, though. The plot is simple. A group of children (and their caretaker) are derailed in the snow on their way home. Baihu, a freakishly smart and sweet big cat attempts to save the day. If you've read "The Meat Market," you'll identify with the writing style, but, otherwise, the only other similarity is Baihu, and it's a cute, adventurous way to learn more about the lovable feline! Unique r [...]

    8. I LOVE Baihu! I'm a big fan of creature heroes in stories and animal sidekicks. Reading this made me squeal and handclap quite a bit since this is Baihu's starring role! The style of this short story was a little unorthodox, but it grew on me as I continued to read. With each page, we saw a piece of the story from the POV of another character in the tale. I had formerly thought that Jonathon was a bit anti-religion, or at the least, anti-Christian, but you see that's far from the truth. I love h [...]

    9. This Christmas tale can be read at any time of the year. Elsie, a nun initiate, Jonathan, and his white tiger, and twelve children come together to make this a story of hope, faith, and yes, charity. It's not a long story but could be in the future. It is endearing and charming. Saving Christmas, self discovery, and a hero are great topics in any story. I am a fan of James Chalk's dystopian style and he does not disappoint here.

    10. You are sure to enjoy this fairy tale along with your children. The biggest thing that I have noticed when reading to a child is keeping their attention span, this book is sure to do just that.It will be enjoyed for years to come and also provide a life time of memories.

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