• Title English : How I never managed to catch Santa
• Author : Laurence LABBE
• Pages : 128 Sheet
• Publisher : CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (October 4, 2015)
• Collection : Français
• ISBN-10 : 151763525X
• ISBN-13 : 978-1517635251
• Product Dimensions : 15,2 x 0,8 x 22,9 cm
• Format Kindle : PDF, EPub, Paperback and Mobipocket
• Price : €
• Rating : ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 8/10
♦ Description : “How I never managed to catch Santa Claus”: a humorous satirical tale, a book to do good, to pamper your spirits.
The Lachance family:
a disaster expert mother;
a father who turns into a sex bomb when mowing the grass;
a girl capable of the most delusional inventions to catch Santa Claus or save the world.
The adventures of the Lachance family have not finished surprising you and making you laugh!
An original scenario, a modern fable in which the subjects of our society are treated with hindsight and humor.
Extracts from reader comments:
– Awesome ! The author was pleased and this pleasure is shared.
– A little gem!
– Escape: I could not find better book to change my mind.
– A very good time to pass …
This “feel good book” is to be read in one go to pamper your morale.
A successful challenge for a shared happiness and to share with family, children, friends and … pets.”
“Laurence Labbé lives in the Paris region with her two children. Apart from work, his passions are reading, writing and sports. Curious by nature, self-taught, she has worked in various trades. She likes to write novels that feature colorful characters in a contemporary context, reflecting in the background reflections on the world around us.
His first two novels, “The power of the ordinary” volume 1 and 2, published in 2014 and 2015 were the subject of articles in the Express.fr (the two books were rated 3 pens / 3). His third novel, “How I never managed to catch Santa Claus”, a humorous satirical tale, written in one week to participate in the Kindle Authors’ Autumn Festival contest, seduced readers as soon as it was released, was No. 1 in sales in 2015 and is still in the top humor in 2016 with several thousand readers.”