Friday, March 11, 2011

Review: Snowburn by Joel Arnold

Title:               Snowburn
Author:          Joel Arnold
Pages:             72 ( on my e-reader )
Catagory:      Young Adult, suspence

The story:

Seventeen-year old Tommy Connell knows he's in trouble when he goes winter camping with his 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 - who'll stop at nothing to stay out of prison - from killing them.

The view of a book addict:

This is not a genre I read very often, but I liked the summary of this book. I liked the book, it’s written very well and I had no problem with feeling a connection to the main characters although they were boys.
It’s an interesting story and it really gets you thinking about what you would do would you be in the situation the boys are in.

The verdict of a book addict:

A good book, but not something I would pick up myself. This book is something for people that like books about survivingt tough situations. Although I wouldn’t pick this book myself I had a great time reading this book.

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