Thursday, 20 November 2014

My Festive Reads: A Fictional Christmas Dinner

 
 
I've read a lot of great books this year with some brilliant characters, so I thought it would be fun to put together a guest list of fictional characters to invite over for a fun and festive Christmas dinner!
 
Jess, Ed, Nicky and Tanzie
from The One Plus One by JoJo Moyes
 
 
I loved The One Plus One earlier in the year and thought that Jess, daughter Tanzie and stepson Nicky made a brilliant, if slightly dysfunctional family. Add in their new friend Ed and the smelly but loveable dog Norman and you've got yourself some pretty great guests.
 
You can see my review of The One Plus One here
 
 
Alex and Holly
from The Best Thing That Never Happened To Me by Jimmy Rice and Laura Tait
 
 
Best friends Alex and Holly would bring a lot of fun to the Christmas dinner. Plus, Holly already has a festive name, upping the Christmassy atmosphere.
 
You can see my review of The Best Thing That Never Happened To Me here 
 
 
Romily and Posie
from Dear Thing by Julie Cohen
 
 
Romily is pretty impulsive but also fun and she has a big heart so I think she would make a fantastic guest for my Christmas dinner. Her daughter Posie could also keep Tanzie company!
 
You can see my review of Dear Thing here 
 
 
Crystal
from A Place To Call Home by Carole Matthews
 
 
Crystal would bring so much fun to the table! Crystal is funny and daring as well as being a great friend. I bet she'd have some stories to keep everybody entertained!
 
You can see my review of A Place To Call Home here 
 
 
Ben
from No-one Ever Has Sex On A Tuesday by Tracy Bloom
 
 
Like Crystal, Ben would bring a lot of fun. He doesn't have a serious bone in his body!
 
You can see my review of No-One Ever Has Sex On A Tuesday here 
 
 
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