Review: The Christmasaurus by Tom Fletcher

christmasaurusTitle: The Christmasaurus

Author: Tom Fletcher

Pages: 384 Pages

Publisher: Penguin UK

The Blurb

Forget everything you thought you knew about the North Pole, and set off on a Christmas Eve adventure with boy named William Trundle, an elf named Snozzletrump, Santa Claus (yes! The real Santa Claus!), a nasty piece of work called the Hunter, and a most unusual dinosaur . . .

The Review

I love the Dinosaur that Poops series by Tom Fletcher and Dougie Poynter so when I saw a full length novel about a dinosaur and the fact that it was linked to Christmas I was sold. The Christmasaurus is about a young boy called William Trundle who doesn’t have the easiest of lives and how his belief in Christmas makes magical things happen.

I don’t want to give too much away because this is a wonderfully magical story that I think you should all read and get as much joy out of it that I did. Yes, it is a story for children, yes it is about a dinosaur and yes it does feature Christmas very heavily but it is a glorious read.

Tom Fletcher has written a story which has a diverse cast of characters, great plot twists and a big dollop of magic doused on top.

I guarantee that when you read The Christmasaurus (and I really think you should) that you will end up feeling the Christmas spirit.

The Christmasaurus by Tom Fletcher is available now.

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