What reason have you to be merry? You’re poor enough.

There is no better time to delve through your literature classics than during the magical time of Christmas. Our Mystery Literature box for this special day holds some rich surprises, and a thoughtful reflection about the real meaning of Christmas.IMG_4341

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Have you guessed? It’s of course A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens 

Full Description: 

“Ebenezer Scrooge is a mean, miserable, bitter old man with no friends. One cold Christmas Eve, three ghosts take him on a scary journey to show him the error of his nasty ways. By visiting his past, present and future, Scrooge learns to love Christmas and the people all around him.”

(Source for Book Description and Purchase)

Related material that you might like:

A Christmas Carol and Other Christmas Books By Charles Dickens

A Christmas Carol (2009) Directed by Robert Zemeckis (movie)

A Christmas Carol (1984) Directed by Clive Donner (movie)

Scrooge (1970) Directed by Ronald Neame

A Christmas Carol: The Musical 

London Musicals

Other books by Charles Dickens: 

Oliver Twist

Great Expectations 

Suggested place to read: On a comfy sofa  next to a warm and cosy fire place 

Suggested time: On a cold winter afternoon (maybe after Christmas lunch) 

Suggested food/drink: A glass of mulled wine or a cup of tea accompanied with a Honey/treacle rings (Kaghak tal-Ghasel translated in maltese) or a slice of Christmas pudding with warm custard

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