When the “Hallelujah Chorus” is banned from his school’s Holiday Gala, Josh doesn’t want to get involved and fight the injustice like he usually does. But after book traveling through the life of George Frideric Handel in the Literary Loom, Josh has second thoughts. Those second thoughts grow into a passion as Josh discovers the mystery behind the quirky new kid at Claremont High, and learns the value of remembering Christ as he travels through parts of the New Testament. Everywhere he looks, Christmas seems to be about everything but Christ. He can’t change the world, but he can at least bring back the “Hallelujah Chorus” and help people remember what Christmas is all about.
What reviewers are saying:
It was refreshing to read a series written for teens that had a Christian theme running through it.
Just like in the first two books of the series, the kids in this story “book travel” through the lives of cool men and women in history. In this book, Josh travels through the life of the composer, Handel and experiences the ups and downs of the making of The Messiah.