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There isn't much I can say about the plot without spoiling it so I'll get right to my thoughts.
I wanted this book to be so much longer, simply because it's an incredibly creepy read. It captured me from the very start and I listened to it in one sitting because I couldn't put it down.
The author manages to pack quite a punch in this short read. He starts the action pretty much straight away and the whole way throughout he ramps up the tension and fear until the climatic ending. It's a grisly chilling tale and one that I devoured. I loved every second and it played out like a TV episode in my head.
Despite this being so short, the author still brings an in depth story to the table. His characters are well fleshed out and the plot is believable and fast paced. It has everything a great read should, and more!!
In all this was a creeptastic read. It grabbed me from the start and didn't let go. He wrapped up everything nicely and as I said before, even though this is a short book, it still felt like a complete novel, if you can understand what I mean!!
Gary Tiedemann did an amazing job with this book. He is the whole reason the book played out like a TV show in my head. He brought the right emotions at the right time and brought the creepiness to life!!
*I received a copy of this from AudioBookBlast in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.*
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What made the experience of listening to Snowblind the most enjoyable?
Wow. The narration by Gary Tiedemann was SUPERB and the story itself by McBride was gripping throughout. I listened to it the whole way through last night at work, and I didn't want to get out of my car to visit my stores because I was so utterly into the storyline.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Snowblind?
For me, the most memorable part I think would be the tense moment where the MC finds "the hand"
Which scene was your favorite?
My favorite scene was the MC discovery of the hidden cold cellar area. I enjoyed the moody atmosphere and imagery while he discovered all the secrets inside. I felt like he was playing a video game for a minute and he had just come across some great loot or something lol.
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I received a free audio copy of this book in exchange for an honest review from audioblast.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
I don't usually buy books under 8 hours length but this had really good reviews so I bought it. I listened to it all in one go. An edge of the seat listen. Quarter of the way through I guessed the origin of the hunters but this didn't put me off listening to the end. There was one part when I could have smacked the dozey sherif, he kept shouting stupid orders which if he had any sense he would have seen the real conditions and there was no way his orders could be carried out. It is a pity that the book was so short. It seemed that no sooner had I started then it was over and I was left in limbo. The narrator also gave it life, a great listen absolutely worth a credit even though it is under 3 hours long.
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