Book: A Christmas Carol - Revisited by Phil Rowlandscategories: Book, Christmas Fantasy, Scrooge, Dickens Christmas Carol, Charles Dickens, Christmas Story, Inspirational Story, Feelgood Story, Uplifting Story, Christmas Ghost Story
Phil Rowlandsabout this book: From his Manhattan boardroom Scrooge surveys the city and the manic rush hour Christmas traffic. It is a season he despises; a season when hope is reborn only to be extinguished along with the gaudy festive lights. Yet he is troubled by the face he spotted in the crowd earlier from the comfort of his limousine. Could it possibly have been that of his old partner and adversary Jake Marley?
Impossible, Jake is dead, drowned in an 'accident' several Christmases past. But who was the child he saw in the lift, the child who apparently vanished into thin air? And why is Jake Marley's reflection staring back at him through the boardroom window?
For Clinton Ebenezer Scrooge III this Christmas Eve will be unlike any other. He is about to embark on the most terrifying experience of his life at the centre of which is a child with auburn hair. Scrooge is about to discover that Power cannot erase the Past.
• "I thought it was very, very good indeed." —Nigel Crowle (Author)
• "Christmas Carol is truly amazing. . . the imagery at Phil's command is VERY IMPRESSIVE." —John W Cassell (Author)
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