Get your copy now!
B.R.A.G. Medallion Honoree: This tells a reader that this book is well worth their time and money!
Finalist “The Wishing Shelf Book Awards”
“The excitement and magic seem to just jump off the pages as you are reading. This is one book that will become a tradition at my home at Christmas!” (Reviewer on Amazon)
“Daniel Klock has created a holiday classic, sure to be passed down from one generation to another.” (Reviewer on Amazon)
Only a short time after a strange nightmare about Bluerorcs (what the heck are they?) Will again feels like he is caught in a dream—but this time the best dream he has ever had. For Mr Chevalier visits him at his parents’ house to invite him to join the White Christmas Organisation—the secret organisation that handles the production and delivery of the Christmas presents and that is headed by Father Christmas himself. Will had always been a firm believer in the magic of Christmas and now he is on his way to be part of it all as he begins his job training at Snowfields. And—while traveling with the amazing cloud-based delivery system—he has no idea what other wonders he is going to see or what he is getting himself into…
For just as he is having the time of his life with his new friends at his new school with amazing subjects as well as hard hands-on training, he is caught up in the biggest conspiracy Snowfields has seen in decades.
Note: The author and publisher provide this e-book without Digital Right Management (DRM) software applied.
“This is one book that could easily become a Christmas tradition in every home.” (Reviewer on Amazon)
“I was immediately transported into the story as I read. Daniel Klock has the rare ability to capture the reader and envelop you in his story.” (Reviewer on Amazon)
“I found myself completely lost in the pages of this book. It took me back to my childhood and the joy and excitement we all feel at Christmas time.” (Reviewer on Amazon)
“As an avid reader, I look for books that have at least two specific qualities: a great plot line, and the ability to pull me into its world. For me, “Fraud at Snowfields” was both of those things and more.” (Reviewer on Amazon)
“Enchanting!” (Reviewer on Amazon)