And To All A Good Night
This book combines two of my favorite things, a Christmas story and the Duck Dynasty family, the Robertsons. Chicago teenager, Hunter Clarke, is shocked to discover he is the contest winner who will spend Christmas with the Robertson Family. Unknown to Hunter, his mother had entered him in the contest.
The teen has led a lonely, solitary life, especially since the divorce of his parents. His mother is not home much because she must work to support them. When his dad moved out, he took his older brother with him. Hunter rarely hears from either of them which makes him feel rejected and unlikeable.
Korie Robertson, Willie’s wife, whose “voice” this story is told through, has big plans for the Chicago teen. She wants their visitor to go on an actual duck hunt, attend their church Christmas service, and be part of the family celebration. However, Hunter arrives angry, sullen and with a bad attitude. Will Hunter end up ruining Christmas for both the Robertsons and himself? Or will Hunter finally let his guard down, and enjoy the festivities?
This is a cute, light Christmas story, written from a Christian viewpoint, and is one I really liked. Learn how crazy, fun and worshipful the Robertsons are at Christmas. Even though this is a work of fiction, I have a suspicion this is how the family celebrates Christmas in real life.
Despite the humorous aspects of the story, there are some very serious sections that detail the many sad parts of Hunter’s life. This tale, along with the characters in it, are believable and easy to relate to. One does not need to have ever watched the television show, Duck Dynasty, to enjoy this story. I highly recommend this 5-star book to anyone who likes stories set at Christmastime that have a good ending.
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