Review: Snow Burn by Joel Arnold

Smashwords: “Tommy knows he’s in trouble when he goes winter camping with friend Vince Nguyen without telling his folks. But when they’re caught in a sudden blizzard, and the man they rescue from freezing to death turns out to be an escaped convict, Tommy’s troubles are only beginning. Now Tommy and Vince must not only survive the blizzard, but also find a way to keep Quinn from killing them.”

When Joel Arnold asked me to review his book, I thought, “Sure, why not?” It’s the first time an author’s contacted me directly for feedback, so to say I’m flattered is a fair assumption. (Despite the fact he did, I promise to give my honest opinion.)

At first I was confused by the book. I didn’t really know what I was getting myself into by reading it. Once I got into the book, I was pleasantly surprised by likeable characters whose friendship made me giggle a bit. The escaped convict aspect scared me. I mean, what would you do if you rescued a guy dressed in prison garb who made it clear he wanted to get rid of you?

All in all, it was a decent book that posed some very good and interesting questions that made me question my own self and what I would do in the situations.

Because it’s not readily available, check it out at this link – http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/23491

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Comments

  1. Sakura Sandra says:

    Geez Amanda, do you read a book every day or something? You should be doing the Goodreads 2011 reading challenge with yours set to 150 or 200 at this pace! I have only read 25/100 for this year, but that’s still on target. Anyway, I hope you’re having a good night and I’ll ttyl!

  2. Brandileigh2003 (Blkosiner’s Book Blog) says:

    Hmm. I haven’t heard of this one, so thanks for the review.
    Brandi from Blkosiner’s Book Blog

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