The Christmas Train

The Christmas Train

Book - 2002
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On a train ride to Los Angeles, cash-strapped journalist Tom Langdon encounters a ridiculous cast of characters, unexpected romance, and an avalanche that changes everyone's Christmas plans.
Publisher: New York : Warner Books, c2002
ISBN: 9780446525732
0446525731
Branch Call Number: FIC/BAL 4565 1

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Candona
Aug 26, 2016

It may help to go into this realizing it really *is* a Christmas book and it has 3 separate stories, the first two of which deal with Christmas. The first story is roughly two thirds of the book. It has recognizable Baldacci characterizations to it but is essentially a feel-good story and lacking zest. The second is only a couple of pages and to be honest I quickly got bored with it. I think it ended with an over-used "surprise" element. The third is more Baldacci-like and is a prequel to the Camel Club.

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bixbyjim
Feb 20, 2016

Not too bad but very non Baldacci.

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JayCeeGR
Dec 07, 2014

Disappointing for a Baldacci plot. It read more like a teen romance that while trying, had no zing to any suspense or comedy.

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deumbach
Jul 14, 2013

Fun read with realistic logistics of long distance train rides. It was funny and presented several twists in the finale.

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NANCY1936
Mar 12, 2012

returned 3/12/2012

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nicholsda
Mar 10, 2012

very surprising considering how his other books are written. They are such mysterys and this was kind of a love story.

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